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Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 13:01 UTC


Murder Music - A History Of Black Metal

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 13:01 UTC


Until the Light Takes Us (2008)

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 13:04 UTC


Black Metal Satanica (2008)

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 13:05 UTC


Satan Rides The Media (1998)

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 13:09 UTC


Ihsahn's Interview on MTV About Satanism, Black Metal and Church burnings

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 13:12 UTC


Church burning in Vaaler Norway 2009

"This act was probably a tribute to the prison release of Varg Vikernes."

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 13:31 UTC


Metal: A Headbanger's Journey (2005)



Metal: A Norwegian Black Metal Documentary (bonus)

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 13:33 UTC


NRK1 Black Metal Documentary

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Re: Black Metal

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 13:55 UTC


Black Metal A Documentary (Reality Check TV)

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Re: Black Metal

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 14:46 UTC


Once Upon a Time in Norway (2007)

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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Tue May 31, 2011 16:43 UTC


KFC Black Metal Commercial

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Re: Black Metal

Postby AG » Tue May 31, 2011 16:49 UTC

haha awesome. gotta watch these.
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Re: Black Metal

Postby chaos252 » Tue May 31, 2011 19:53 UTC

I cant see what these videos are cuz Im on my phone.. But have you checked out that black metal doc thats been on netflix? came out few years ago, all bout burzum n mayhem and the whole scene back wen it started. Interesting stuff. I had heard the crazy Mayhem murder story before but the doc went really in depth.
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Re: Black Metal

Postby craij » Tue May 31, 2011 20:39 UTC


just watched this. i'd like to hang and shoot the shit with gaahl. seems like a very smart, artistic person with strong ideals.
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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Wed Jun 01, 2011 10:15 UTC

Yes, you noticed how it ends, he just stops talking when they ask him something stupid about him being a "lone wolf". It is a different way of thinking, perceiving society, very alien to Judeo-Christian values. Islam with its warrior ethics is a bit closer, but still far way, because of all fatalistic and otherworldly beliefs. I don't like everything about the Gorgoroth, but you could say without this sort of thinking you can't produce real Black metal. You don't need to be into Satanism (whatever that may be, depends on who you ask) -- it is a different way of thinking, and this is most important element, something which separates true Black metal from other genres, and from sell-out/commercialized Black metal bands. I also noticed some bands are expressing this new `geist` without even being aware of it.
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Re: Black Metal

Postby craij » Thu Jun 02, 2011 16:30 UTC

Right. But part of me thinks he's waiting. Giving the interviewer and the viewer time to think about what has been said all along. Since he clearly doesn't think they've been listening.

It doesn't matter which "ism" is referred. It defeats the purpose of the message. That message is simple: (any interpretation of) "God" exists in everything. It represents growth. If it is not growing (like any defined religion we know to date), then it does not contain "God".

I substitute "Energy" for "God" and this philosophy is spot on for me.

In regard to accidental "geist". I agree. Messages are usually misinterpreted and coincidental in music.
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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Thu Jun 02, 2011 18:11 UTC

There is always some energy "in the air" which influences society and then you sense this general feeling which may be very different from what was zeitgeist centuries, or in our time, decades ago. Right now many old views are breaking down, old institutions have no power over people anymore, and we have a chance to utilize this new energy for something great. That is, to break free from old dogmas and restrictions.

His views are not that important, he is too individualistic, which can be as bad as pure collectivism.
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Re: Black Metal

Postby craij » Fri Jun 03, 2011 22:07 UTC

who's views are important? the individuals or the sheep that follow them?
personally, i think his message is informative. for some, maybe even enlightening.
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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Sat Jun 04, 2011 10:32 UTC

His views are good, however he is not exactly someone who would want to change society much, he just wants to be left alone, that is his view. But still, with music he and his band are producing they are changing views from others and influence society, which is good, because general message is to be liberated from slave mentality and morality, view which is consistent with so-called Left-Hand Path or modern Satanism.

Check this video about Left-Hand Path vs. Right-Hand Path, it's informative and fun to watch. :)


Bob Larson Interviews Zeena Lavey and Nikolas Schreck (Showdown with Satanism)

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Re: Black Metal

Postby chaos252 » Fri Jun 17, 2011 08:23 UTC

from what i understand (after watching some Deicide interviews).. satanism is basically hedonism. self-worship
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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Fri Jun 17, 2011 09:28 UTC

Hedonism would be to enjoy yourself as much as you can without any self-development or overcoming, pleasure is good, nothing else matters. People like that would for example tolerate dumping of toxic waste in some 3rd world country as part of their business practice, as long as they can afford new BMW and a few high-class whores.

Satanism, at least true spiritual satanism, not LaVeyan officialy accepted religion of ego-worship (although he had different beliefs in private!) would be self-development and overcoming, with emphasis on SELF, that is no immersion into some God or worship of any kind, including worship of Satan. Worship means submission, dissolution of yourself into some greater power, which is exact opposite of true Satanism. Whoever worships Satan is not true Satanist. Check the video above (Showdown with Satanism), it explains it pretty well.

More advanced material...
Hostia vol I, II, III (Secret Teachings of The O.N.A.)
http://www.4shared.com/file/k12IIEIK/Hostia_-_Vol_I_II_III.html
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Re: Black Metal

Postby dyn » Fri Jun 17, 2011 09:51 UTC

There is something interesting, despite focusing on Self (not lower self) you cannot achieve much without crossing the Abyss, that is, without destroying parts of personality and beliefs which limit you. It is not for everyone, and most certainly there is not only one way to do it. Sometimes very profound experiences can have similar effect on people. It can also be dangerous, but not that much if you are right in the head.

To cross the abyss is to begin a metaphysical process that will lead from a reality composed solely of relative experience to one that includes the absolute for the first time. It is the beginning of magical maturity.

It should be noted that crossing the abyss has sometimes been equated with the destruction of the ego, but this is misleading. Yes, metaphysical experience transcends the relative self, but it is inclusive, not destructive or dismissive. If we first consider the hand and then the body, would it be correct to say the hand is destroyed by such a growth in awareness? The same is true of the growth in awareness from ego to absolute, and this is no more illustrated in those magicians, gurus or holy men who attain to enlightenment or the completion of the Great Work and yet still remain egotistical, sociopathic shit heads.

More: http://www.thebaptistshead.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=253&Itemid=28

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abyss_(Thelema)
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