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    Quote Originally Posted by Tongue-Splitter View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7lpftvYDMA

    If you don't like this song, you are wrong.
    Parkway Drive is solid....I've been into Haste the Day lately though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1-800-STFU View Post
    Parkway Drive is solid....I've been into Haste the Day lately though.
    Burning Bridges is one of my favorite albums of all time

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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    Yeah, that's some pretty righteous stuff, man. If you really get into it and you also like vinyl, there's some amazing Burzum vinyl in the world. There's a picture disc box that came out in... 2001 I think it was, that's gorgeous. Unlike a lot of people, I like the later stuff just as much as the earlier. All of it is just freakin' genius, IMO.
    yea ive been reading up on them and how he killed Euronymous and burned those churches lol. They were some crazy mother bastards

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKdoubleStacker View Post
    yea ive been reading up on them and how he killed Euronymous and burned those churches lol. They were some crazy mother bastards
    You're reading Lords of Chaos, I take it?
    --DEUS CARITAS EST--
    LIGHT UP THE HALO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    You're reading Lords of Chaos, I take it?
    nah ive just been reading his bio on wiki and interviews on youtube

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    Yeah the new Parkway Drive album is really good

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    Anyone into Born of Osiris?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKdoubleStacker View Post
    nah ive just been reading his bio on wiki and interviews on youtube
    It's a pretty good book, man. I have no idea if it's hard to find now or anything like that, but it's got some good stuff in it.

    There used to be a lot of reading material over at burzum.org, but I haven't looked there in a while. It's kind of sad, in a way, 'cause it
    all started out pretty innocent. But then I think they all kind of
    started trying to out-bad*** each other, and add in drugs,
    fanatical religious/political ideas, and of course it spiralled
    into utter chaos.

    Of all that music though, I still think there's something about
    Varg's that is absolutely timeless, and beyond anything I ever
    heard before or after. There were a lot of imitators and a lot
    of detractors, but those first four albums... changed everything.
    --DEUS CARITAS EST--
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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    It's a pretty good book, man. I have no idea if it's hard to find now or anything like that, but it's got some good stuff in it.

    There used to be a lot of reading material over at burzum.org, but I haven't looked there in a while. It's kind of sad, in a way, 'cause it
    all started out pretty innocent. But then I think they all kind of
    started trying to out-bad*** each other, and add in drugs,
    fanatical religious/political ideas, and of course it spiralled
    into utter chaos.

    Of all that music though, I still think there's something about
    Varg's that is absolutely timeless, and beyond anything I ever
    heard before or after. There were a lot of imitators and a lot
    of detractors, but those first four albums... changed everything.
    i remember all of that time as well, and they did let drugs and other stupidity get int he way of some other wise pretty progressive concepts happening. Not talking about the anti-Christian stuff since that is centuries old, but the DIY underground music thing. I liked some of what Varg had to say, but sort of parted ways with a lot of the racism stuff. I identify with some of his arguments as far as diluting the native workforce with refugees, but not some of the all out hatred stuff.

    I definitely identify with the Scandinavian Heritage/Paganism/Viking thing. I have been into that side of my heritage forever

    BK, if you are getting into that stuff, also check out Enslaved, Kampfar, Mythotin, Borknagar, Marduk, older Emporer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1-800-STFU View Post
    YES!

    First album is my favorite...very complex.

    Their newer stuff is still solid but it doesn't captivate me like Kezia. It's more in the mold of Rise Against than their truly unique 1st album IMO
    Their first album wasn't Kezia. And Rise Against?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1-800-STFU View Post
    Parkway Drive is solid....I've been into Haste the Day lately though.
    If Jimmy Ryan never left Haste the Day, Haste the Day would have been my all-time favorite band I think. Burning Bridges and Concerning the Way It Was are two of my top ten records all-time. Trenches is alright, but too melodic in my opinion, and the production of the first album left Jimmy's vocals too quiet in comparison to the music. I can't wait for the next Trenches album, and hopefully it will highlight Jimmy's vocals better, and more hopefully yet, they'll actually tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    It's a pretty good book, man. I have no idea if it's hard to find now or anything like that, but it's got some good stuff in it.

    There used to be a lot of reading material over at burzum.org, but I haven't looked there in a while. It's kind of sad, in a way, 'cause it
    all started out pretty innocent. But then I think they all kind of
    started trying to out-bad*** each other, and add in drugs,
    fanatical religious/political ideas, and of course it spiralled
    into utter chaos.

    Of all that music though, I still think there's something about
    Varg's that is absolutely timeless, and beyond anything I ever
    heard before or after. There were a lot of imitators and a lot
    of detractors, but those first four albums... changed everything.
    Somebody on another forum posted the song Burzum - Dunkelheit.

    I listened to it and was blown away, I am not a big rock/metal fan, I mostly listen to hip hop, but Burzum is pretty damn awesome. Its so damn unique, unorthodox, haunting, and emotional.

    I think I am going to try and expand my music flavors

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    Anyone listen to The Ocean? Amazing band from Germany. Give em a listen if you haven't before.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIx0BQH1d5U

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    Quote Originally Posted by americaspasttim View Post
    Anyone into Born of Osiris?
    Yes, very good stuff. That's been my style lately, maybe even a little heavier, but that quality deathcore style with incredible musicianship... love it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tongue-Splitter View Post
    If Jimmy Ryan never left Haste the Day, Haste the Day would have been my all-time favorite band I think. Burning Bridges and Concerning the Way It Was are two of my top ten records all-time. Trenches is alright, but too melodic in my opinion, and the production of the first album left Jimmy's vocals too quiet in comparison to the music. I can't wait for the next Trenches album, and hopefully it will highlight Jimmy's vocals better, and more hopefully yet, they'll actually tour.
    I pretty much agree with everything you just said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tongue-Splitter View Post
    Their first album wasn't Kezia. And Rise Against?
    Which is it? It's the first I've seen available. I'd be interested in stuff before that.

    Their newest album had shades of a band like that...they lost some of their uniqueness. At least it didn't appeal as much to me.

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