I was expecting the music to pick up in intensity but it stay about the same throughout. I'm not a big fan of those kinds of songs.Just got around to listening to this album. Springsteen was an admirer of Alan Vega/Suicide and the influence actually comes through quite obviously here.
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.I was expecting the music to pick up in intensity but it stay about the same throughout. I'm not a big fan of those kinds of songs.
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.NSBM...hmmmmmm...this intrigues me
Ill check it out, sorry for late reply
Joe Breuer's band after Bastards and Janitor Joe. It doesn't quite measure up to those two, especially the former, but it's still worth a listen.
you should hmu if you want dig deeper into the industrial sceneHave fun figuring out the lyrics of these two
And then something you boios can understand
I also listen Rammstein but almost everybody knows them already so not going to bother posting them
nigga whatAre you the guy that had the avi of yourself with a rain jacket on incels.me