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What songs are you listening to? /Redux/

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I am familiar with them too :)

Do you know Thorns?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkv6EKcIUvw
Yes, I'm familiar with a lot of them due to growing up around the time when all those bands were popping up everywhere in Scandinavia. The bm scene around that time unfortunately had a pretty bad name in relation to all the violence spurred on by a few prominent members. You may be familiar with the history.

An old school friend of mine was a vocalist with Arcturus for a while. He later formed progressive style technical metal band Spiral Architect: I'm currently into newer stuff though. I like Kvelertak who incorporate black metal and punk rock.

Doesn't matter, as long as it's angry I'm happy :smoker:. Here's Kvelertak with Evig Vandrar (Eternal Wanderer). I really like the video too:
 
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Yes, I'm familiar with a lot of them due to growing up around the time when all those bands were popping up everywhere in Scandinavia. The bm scene around that time unfortunately had a pretty bad name in relation to all the violence spurred on by a few prominent members. You may be familiar with the history.

An old school friend of mine was a vocalist with Arcturus for a while. He later formed progressive style technical metal band Spiral Architect: I'm currently into newer stuff though. I like Kvelertak who incorporate black metal and punk rock.

Doesn't matter, as long as it's angry I'm happy :smoker:. Here's Kvelertak with Evig Vandrar (Eternal Wanderer). I really like the video too:
Hazard a guess at what my username is named after, rather than just using the Norwegian word for hell. The history fascinated me for quite a while a few years ago or so. What was it like to be there as it was all going on, where you quite informed about it, or just heard what the media had to say? Because not only what Euronymous did there was that stint Varg had with the church arson's and everything else interlinked.

That tech metal sounds pretty good, not really my thing but it's catchy with decent vocals :)

The crust punk reminded me of Darkthrones newer stuff(ish) not their latest on double checking but certainly a change in direction
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4A0tkMhQMwg

I haven't really been in the BM scene lately as I'v been listening to, well, everything that's good, some subjective facet of art that I appreciate which is defined in ways still unknown to me; there is gold in (nearly?*) every genre.

Do you know Ulver?
They've gone through massive genre changes and are one of my favorite bands.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3Ubctz2ywA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEhBztupdaA

As for what I'm listening to atm.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGjnCB3o4TY

*I'm not sure I'v tested this fully so I cannot solidly make that claim.
 
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