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 +2Posted on Jan 27th, 2011 | re: Double Take: Arcade Fire - The Suburbs (191 comments)

stick to metal dude.

 0Posted on Dec 1st, 2010 | re: Decibel Top 40 Albums Of 2010 (37 comments)

No Zoroaster. miss…

 0Posted on Nov 30th, 2010 | re: Stereogum's 50 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2011 (220 comments)

pig destroyer

allen king strikes again.

This is one of those bands that, no matter what the music sounds like, id wish I could just hang around the studio while they recorded. Alotta talents and brains in this band.

 0Posted on May 14th, 2010 | re: Haunting The Chapel No. 11 (5 comments)

All the talk of black metal “purity” is really starting to wear me down. It seems like its mostly the bands from overseas who all claim to the torchbearer of some long ago agenda, but continue to produce music that is moving farther and farther away from the very same idea they safegaurd. I think thats why im drifting more to American Black Metal- maybe its the nationalist in me but it seems to be drawn from a more organic source, and isnt trying to bog itself down with theatrics and too much idealim.

Once again, great interview.

 0Posted on May 14th, 2010 | re: Haunting The Chapel No. 11 (5 comments)

All the talk of black metal “purity” is really starting to wear me down. It seems like its mostly the bands from overseas who all claim to the torchbearer of some long ago agenda, but continue to produce music that is moving farther and farther away from the very same idea they safegaurd. I think thats why im drinking more to American Black Metal- maybe its the nationalist in me but it seems to be drawn from a more organic source, and isnt trying to bog itself down with theatrics and too much idealim.

Once again, great interview.

 0Posted on May 11th, 2010 | re: Swans To Play Brooklyn Masonic Temple (6 comments)

This is amazing. Being only 25 I learned about the swans last year doing my research. I was stuck in maryland and ordered Filth and Children Of God- they saved me from drinking my summer away. I might have to hitchhike to chicago on October 8th. Maybe Detroit is closer.

 0Posted on May 7th, 2010 | re: High On Fire - "Bastard Samurai" (Stereogum Premiere) (7 comments)

Its so Neurosis-biting Scott Kelly should be go check his mail-box for a royalty check

 0Posted on May 7th, 2010 | re: High On Fire - "Bastard Samurai" (Stereogum Premiere) (7 comments)

Ive been listening to high on fire since surrounded by theives and let me tell you, the production” is a very weak argument. I personally like there “new” sound and love this record and for one, these guys deserve a bigger audience. For them to open up for mastadon-a band that met at a high on fire show, is a travesty and sort of a slap in the face. Matt Pike is a man of the people- when I saw them on this tour in Columbus he was walking around talking to every person and taking pictures. compare that with these other bands that all of a sudden get to big to talk to little old us.
P.S- crack the sky sucked. It was the first album I traded in.

 +1Posted on May 4th, 2010 | re: Stream Howl Full Of Hell (Stereogum Premiere) (14 comments)

Im glad theres more posts like this- this site is one of the few that my work computer lets me get on.- and its gonna be great this year- new zoroaster, salome, watain, weedeater, kylesa, jucifer….plus this and the black tusk