hmm thats not that extreme
like the first song best
after thats its some pretty comfy '60s to '80s-vibe pop, sad that i have seen too many anime intros to take japanese singing seriously, but legit pretty good music
They were one of the few AmRep bands I never bothered investigating back when I first discovered the label. All well and good, because I probably wouldn't have liked them very much back then - too straightforward and conventionally "Grunge". I've come to appreciate the more standard side of 90s Rock though. Just recently, I found out that there are even a few good Pearl Jam songs:
I probably hadn't heard this one since I was about 11.
Albini rescinded apparently because he calls them "extremely important". whatever, flip flopper.
its funny because Albini got off on being an edgelord back then and went completely soy after the election.
somebody must've grabbed his pussy.
listening to this now
I think TSOL were on Posh boy I think but maybe Frontier. They probably knew Ginn and SST through Keith Morris who likely had nothing good to say about them after getting kicked out of Black Flag. I know the Hermosa Beach scene and OC scene were very different, Hermosa was more blue collar and saw the OC kids as rich trouble making brats.
I like Burzum's music I just wish Varg would shut the fuck up about 'muh christcucks' not every Christian is dogmatic. of utimws, like myself, follow syncretic/gnostic offshoots which might be even too autistic for Varg.
And @Ledgemund np. Anytime
Burzum is good, though I don't listen too often. Varg seems alright, kind of a meme at this point though. If I recall he and a lot of other "pagans" seem to have a problem with MSTOW - pretty gay. Guy assumes that everyone has a murder and several famous albums to his name with which to attract a sub-looksmatch virginal forest bride.
Anyone ever heard Quorthon's second solo album? It's very different from Bathory - will sound fairly out-of-place to anyone only familiar with Under the Sign of the Black Mark or similar. It's pretty decent Hard Rock with minor Grunge and Psychedelic elements to it. Main drawbacks are the terrible song titles and, presumably, lyrics. Many seem to be taken straight from the mustache-and-leather 70s playbook:
"Cherrybutt & Firefly"
"Hump for Fun"
"You Just Got to Live"
Based for the most part. And yeah almost every foid I've been with I'd have to explain music I listen to them, a few exceptions though with shared taste but that doesn't always mean they're The Best for you. You have to factor in loyalty, trust, compatibility of other likes vs. dislikes. enough difference for each of you individually plus enough commonality to get along, and also the ability to read some body language. because AWALT. I have autism so its difficult to do that, I do better reading dudebrahs that I know than women. they're confusing af is putting it lightly. my intolerance for passive-aggressive behavior also is an issue.
Ah yeah the whole album is very subdued. It takes a certain affective state to get into that stuff for me as well. I usually prefer that things be much more propulsive, but Nebraska is very good when the mood strikes.
Yeah, it's a fairly notorious subset of Black Metal. More or less the only one that soycucks refuse to infiltrate, owing to "fucking fathithm", naturally. The Blazebirth Hall collective out of Russia has more good stuff as well, in the Burzum vein.
Speaking of Suicide, I forgot how much I liked their self-titled album. I was huge into it when I was 16, used to always put down whatever I was doing to give "Frankie Teardrop" my full attention. It sort of fell out of rotation after I cycled through different tastes, but it's a stunning album that's taken on a wholly new dimension - very, very similar, right down to the themes, to how Taxi Driver never resonated fully until I was in college.
Walk the streets and there's whores everywhere. Patchy-beard longboarders mainlining xenoestrogens. Tranny psyops. Mass immigration. Sickness pulses in the air.
Baby, baby, baby, baby
He's a-screamin' the truth
Killin' its youth