Monthly Archives: October 2015

Metal heroes

Why do you have to die to be a hero It’s a shame a legend begins at its end Why do you have to die if you’re a hero When there’s still so many things to say unsaid – Judas … Continue reading

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Heavy metal fan arrogance

Mainstream metal publications often hype up musicians based on how affable and congenial their personalities are. Cuddly teddy-bear epithets are handed out to those who are gracious enough to grant pleasant vibe-y interviews or oblige fans with photographs (Erik Rutan: … Continue reading

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Importance of sitting on the moment

Information overload is a term that is often used to signify the relentless exposure to data that modern human beings are subjected to. It is a simple equation; unless one is possessing of a preternatural genius capable of absorbing and … Continue reading

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Causality in music

[Originally written for] [EDIT: The image above might suggest that I believe in the idea of a prime mover as postulated by religious doctrine. I don’t, not in that exact sense, nor did I stop to think of it … Continue reading

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The brotherhood of thought

Racial differences exist. Forget the science behind it; modern pseudo-think forces us to believe that we’re all the same. We’re not, at least not on a physical level. Black people can run faster than me, look larger and more cut … Continue reading

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