Mordzeit

Doomsower, 24, hombre, Estados UnidosVisto por última vez: Diciembre 2013

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  • SonicMasster

    to be honest,it was the other way around.Venom loved Amebix ;) truth

    25 Sep 2011 Responder
  • BestialWarlust

    Dude, Holy FUCK. Best mod ever. http://www.strategyinformer.com/pc/medievaltotalwarvikinginvasion/mod/33526.html Check it out

    23 Jun 2011 Responder
  • johnmicahrapp

    Hey Mordzeit, how are you lately?

    25 Feb 2011 Responder
  • becala

    I'm kinda crazy- I drive up to Seattle at least once weekly, sometimes twice. Often during the traffic times that will make it take 2.5 hours instead of 40 minutes. (I drive fast.) Though not so much right now due to Snowmageddon 2010. Only 5-6 total inches, but our infrastructure for dealing with it sucks so crazy accidents are happening everywhere and people are taking 7 hours to make a 20 minute commute. Alda is local and very small time. They are unsigned and I think their tape/cd distro is only at shows. Not sure that recorded is as heavy-hitting as live, but it looks like you can download their full-length here: http://canalla-metal.blogspot.com/2010/02/alda-alda-2009.html

    23 Nov 2010 Responder
  • becala

    O I just figured out you are not actually in the Bay Area, but just travel there for shows. I'm not actually in Seattle, but my bf is, so I'm there a lot. It's only a 50 mile drive, but on that stretch of I-5 that can take up to 2.5 hours, sometimes more when it's really bad.

    19 Nov 2010 Responder
  • becala

    I think you already missed the Watain show in the Bay Area. My friend Pranjal was there and he said there was a juggalo in the audience. Here in Seattle we had an asian guy doing the Seig Heil, and with such skill that he clearly had done it many times, not just once as a joke. Yeah, Agalloch plays live shows so rarely that it's a real treat to see them. I like them just fine, but my main motivation for going to that show is actually for one of the opening bands, Alda. It's interesting to me that they speak to me so much more deeply than the Agalloch, when that band is one of their major inspirations. BTW I get down to the Bay Area a couple of times a year, sometimes more. I try to coordinate it with a good show or two, but generally no matter when I go the heavy metal finds me, mostly because of the company I keep.

    19 Nov 2010 Responder
  • chrisday

    How did you manage to see Waning while living in the US. That is bad ass. Did they tour here and I totally missed it??

    18 Nov 2010 Responder
  • becala

    You, sir, seem to have your head on straight, along with the killer taste in music. And heeeey, Black Witchery and Impiety! \m/ You know they are both playing at a (killer) festival down in San Antonio in December with many other amazing bands, right? I was going to try to make it, but I spent all my money and then some going to Austin to see a bunch of non-metal. :)

    12 Nov 2010 Responder
  • becala

    Hey, I saw your review of Landmine Marathon on their shoutbox, and I wanted to give you props for evaluating the singer's performance and skill rather than her boobs. Granted sexual attractiveness can play a lot into a performance, but I find it pretty stupid that when someone is tearing it up that hard, the most many folks can manage to say about her is, "She's a babe." Actual words heard when I saw them in Austin, TX last week. And many other times when I've seen a female in a band, whether they were fronting it or not.

    12 Nov 2010 Responder
  • Mordzeit

    It's an 80's post punk, new wave, goth, alternative sort of day.

    22 Oct 2010 Responder
  • Desecration

    Nice posts on the war metal shoutbox, very well said.

    13 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Psychonaut23

    Thanks for jammin on the path! sick charts, grindcore/powerviolence!

    23 Ago 2010 Responder
  • Mordzeit

    What? I still think you have me confused w/ someone else. I'm pretty sure I never said that because I don't listen to crap like that in the first place, nor would I comment about something like that. Besides, that band sounds like shit anywhere, not just in the studio.

    16 Ago 2010 Responder
  • ValseOfDeath

    Nono, that wasn't randomly dude, you got something wrong. You posted that Dimmu Borgir sound like shit in the studio, so I just wanted to bash you, yayay.

    13 Ago 2010 Responder
  • katt-om-natten

    Thanks !!

    13 Ago 2010 Responder
  • vernymss

    Amazing taste! cheers from México

    12 Ago 2010 Responder
  • ValseOfDeath

    Hey, you sound like shit in the studio.

    10 Ago 2010 Responder
  • Mordzeit

    Nagelfar and Teitanblood are so damn savage.

    9 Ago 2010 Responder
  • BestialWarlust

    Yeah

    28 Jul 2010 Responder
  • Mordzeit

    Holy crap. I just love neofolk so much. The most beautiful and experimental music ever.

    28 Jul 2010 Responder
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Conóceme

It's quite possible that I listen to better music than you. It's almost assured that my taste is more diverse than yours. Deal with it.

Types of music I enjoy (especially when artists combine different ones) include, but are not limited to experimental, progressive, minimalism, ambient, downtempo, industrial, martial, neofolk, folk, classical, orchestral, anarcho punk, crust punk, grindcore, sludge, traditional/funeral doom, stoner rock, underground old-school black metal/death metal, thrash, electronic, electronica, dub step, gabber, breakcore, glitch, 8-bit/chiptune, synthpop, trip hop, deathrock, gothic rock, darkwave, indie rock/pop, post-rock, post-industrial, post-punk, new wave, No Wave, shoegaze, noise, alternative rock, grunge, underground hip hop, jazz, blues, psychedelia, prog rock, folk rock, folk metal, folk punk, older pop, and...well, lots of older music, and lots of other stuff. I'm obsessed with music. Collecting it, learning about the history/evolution of it, etc.



Bands seen live (that I can remember):
Agalloch
Allerseelen
Dispirit
Destruction
Heathen
Megadeth
Slayer
Rotting Christ
Landmine Marathon
Ensiferum
Eluveitie
Turisas
Tyr
Suidakra
Faun Fables
Minenwerfer
Nunfuck
Kuru
Lycus
Waning

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