Posted by Imperator on 2nd July, 2021 @ 12:37 UTCBy Imperator on 02-07-2021 @ 12:37 UTC

When I first started getting into extreme metal, I really admired Nicholas Barker from his work with Cradle of Filth and Dimmu Borgir, and to this day I still think he's one of the greatest metal drummers out there, his work on the "Dusk and Her Embrace" album is mindblowing:

I think his departure from Cradle of Filth marked the end of an era and the beginning of their decline, and even though I'm fond of Midian and I think Adrian Erlandsson is a good drummer, there's simply no way he could fill Nicholas Barker's shoes in that role, he's not in the same league and I don't think it even ... [»]


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Posted by Imperator on 17th June, 2021 @ 13:07 UTCBy Imperator on 17-06-2021 @ 13:07 UTC

Over the years I noticed some weird searches on the site, thanks to people's mobile phone autocorrect not being versed in the dark arts of kvltness.

I found it pretty funny, so I began to make a list at some point (don't ask me why exactly). I may as well share it now, see if you can guess what they were searching for, some are more obvious than others:

a bigot analysts nathan bagel far black metal israel krieg blunt aus nord bout sushi nord cassidy luciferi cat anemia crown of asterisk dimmi virgin dummy borger funny roll grand belgians key minas mongrel nuns laughter skillet walnut ... [»]

Posted by PeaceThroughAnarchy on 28th May, 2021 @ 19:33 UTCBy PeaceThroughAnarchy on 28-05-2021 @ 19:33 UTC

One of the most inclusive documentaries ever made for a band! it covers every detail from their childhood to their early Thrash Metal, Death Metal Beginnings, right into their early Underground Black Metal and Viking Metal day towards their current Progressive Metal Trajectory. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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Posted by PeaceThroughAnarchy on 28th May, 2021 @ 08:36 UTCBy PeaceThroughAnarchy on 28-05-2021 @ 08:36 UTC

This is one of the earliest documentaries about BM which didn't just criticize it and shifted the focus from controversies towards the music itself.

at some points it's fuckin' hillarious (some may even call it Cringy) but it's really really cool and also includes Bands like Ancient Rites, Enthroned, and dark Funeral.

Posted by PeaceThroughAnarchy on 25th May, 2021 @ 17:31 UTCBy PeaceThroughAnarchy on 25-05-2021 @ 17:31 UTC

Let's be a little Punk-y (and Crossover-y) for a moment!

What's your fav Hardcore or Crossover songs/bands/albums that you find underrated?

Posted by PeaceThroughAnarchy on 25th May, 2021 @ 16:49 UTCBy PeaceThroughAnarchy on 25-05-2021 @ 16:49 UTC

well, we have seen countless interviews, documentaries and even podcasts including all sorts of people from the Norsk BM scene but one of the most important and influential people on the scene has little interviews compared to other guys in the scene! yep, that's right, our silence boy Ted! in most interviews and podcasts that i have seen, Ted mostly doesn't talk and let's Fenriz do the talking ! on some other interviews he's sleepy and yawns and groans all the time.

this one is my fav interviews concerning the Formation of the Band and early days of the band (Especialy A Blaze In the ... [»]

Posted by Eliraq Salih on 24th May, 2021 @ 12:01 UTCBy Eliraq Salih on 24-05-2021 @ 12:01 UTC

Hi guys, I am looking to listen to black folk/pagan metal albums like Nokturnal Mortum, Kroda style

Posted by Warblackmetal666 on 28th April, 2021 @ 19:07 UTCBy Warblackmetal666 on 28-04-2021 @ 19:07 UTC

Hi guys, I'm a really big fan of Marduk, especially the album Panzer Division. But even if I know pretty good the black metal scene, I never find any album as good as Panzer Division in the same style. So maybe someone here who has better knowledge than me can find me something in the same genre than this album. Thank you to everyone that will reply.

Posted by Imperator on 28th April, 2021 @ 18:34 UTCBy Imperator on 28-04-2021 @ 18:34 UTC

To kick off the forum here's a short three-part documentary someone shared with me today, on the topic of one-man black metal bands, namely Xasthur, Leviathan & Striborg. Didn't actually watch it yet but was told it's interesting:


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