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Until the Light Takes Us // Thorns

I was watching Where the Light Takes Us again last night. I’ve only seen it from beginning to end once. So last night I was kind of skimming through it again. 644 more words


The importance of production in music

An exploration of why how music is presented is just as important as the music itself 1,260 more words


Tarnkappe - Winterwaker (Review)

Tarnkappe are from the Netherlands and this is their second album.

The band’s first release Tussen Hun En De Zon introduced us to the band’s take on classic black metal, with lashings of Burzum and Darkthrone influences lacing the old-school venom of the music. 207 more words


Burzum The Ways of Yore

Burzum The Ways of Yore has, in the two years which have elapsed since its publication, received a very odd mixture of reactions.  It has either been completely shunned as the work of a madman writing nonsensical empty music, or intuited to be a work of deep spirituality by those attuned to the simple and balanced as a way to beauty.   430 more words


Trve Kvlt Svrfer Rock

We can all agree that black metal is arguably the most aggressive, violent, and harsh form of music out there, but did you know that it has a twin brother? 338 more words


Varg Vikernes Reflections on European Mythology and Polytheism

The present book is, as the title suggests, a series of reflections and afterthoughts regarding the ancient and original European traditions now generally denominated as “paganism” (a word used by the Christian world to refer to anything different in a derogatory manner).   1,917 more words