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  • Nox-Aeternus

    - Salutations ! Merci a vous ! Sommes heureuses de faire partie de vos relations . Excellent gout musicaux ! Respect ! Les Jumelles ; Chantal & Chantel !

    26 Nov 5:52 Responder
  • Nox-Aeternus

    - HELLO ! Respect & Salutations ! Merci et bienvenue . Excellent gout musicaux ! Un grand plaisir de vous avoir dans nos relations . Merci et bonne journée . Respect ! Les Jumelles ; Chantel & Chantal !

    26 Nov 5:16 Responder
  • Nox-Aeternus

    - HELLO ! Respect & Salutations ! Belle page ; Excellent gout musicaux ! Bonne semaine . Respect ! Les Jumelles !

    24 Nov 16:01 Responder
  • noisefiend

    I was waiting for Waffenruhe to leak their new album. War Rituals was promising, but I doubt you listen to much martial/tribal stuff these days.

    31 Ago 3:33 Responder
  • noisefiend

    power noise is basically interchangeable with rhythmic noise. regular harsh noise, depends on the artist, prefer more death industrial/power electronics stuff.

    29 Ago 21:56 Responder
  • noisefiend

    I had a brief flirtation with speedcore, shit really isn't my thing, I usually go for harder shit like power noise.

    20 Ago 1:00 Responder
  • noisefiend

    I might have a way up there hopefully.

    20 Ago 0:58 Responder
  • noisefiend

    how ya been? apparently Deustch Nepal, Raison D'Etre and Brighter Death Now are playing Cleveland soon, I hope to go.

    18 Ago 12:34 Responder
  • csapol

    Keine problemen Fraulein, nagyon szívesen! :D

    7 Ago 0:22 Responder
  • csapol

    heyy, köszi az acceptet, fasza az about me-d, mizu? :)

    27 Jun 12:57 Responder
  • Selfsurprise

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    12 Mar 17:38 Responder
  • Kennoth

    Anyway your recommendations were pretty cool, so thanks for that ;) Btw you never told me you opinion on Ashes You Leave. Btw I noticed you scrobbled some Matt Uelmen, so I feel that you're a perfect person to ask: can you recommend me ANYTHING that's similar to his Diablo soundtracks? Especially from D1. That shit's rad. When I listen to this, it gives me an otherworldly experience, plus it hits me with nostalgia:

    22 Ene 1:54 Responder
  • Kennoth

    Hi, sorry for the belated reply as well. Alright, first of all, I LOVED Heart of Lilith. I didn't think I was gonna like it, but it's pretty cool actually. If it was just a little bit heavier it would have been perfect. ;) I've heard Silencer before. They have cool instrumentals (as is the case with most DSBM), but that voice is just too much for me. Of course I'm familiar with Tristania, they were the former band of Sirenia's founder, Morten Veland. Before the Veil is my favorite song of theirs, although I really haven't heard much. I might have heard something of Moonspell before, but it didn't really catch my attention. I won't really listen to that whole album, so can you give me few songs that you like the best? Shape of Despair are pretty cool, so I'll have to explore them more later. And finally, Gnaw Their Tongues was very weird, but I liked it. For some reason, it really reminded me of Blut aus Nord

    22 Ene 1:50 Responder
  • Kennoth

    Merry Christmas to you too. Well I dunno, how about a little bit of both? As long as it's not TOO much out of my comfort zone. :)

    25 Dic 2013 Responder
  • Kennoth

    I've never heard of those bands that you mentioned, seems rather obscure. Btw stuff that you listen to seem very interesting, though I don't really know anything about it. I wouldn't mind a recommendation myself, you probably know my taste in music by now, so that could be a good starting point =)

    8 Dic 2013 Responder
  • Kennoth

    Having friends, especially to the place you're going, is very useful, I agree. Though I don't really have that many friends to begin with. I'm kinda the same, I dislike change, and I prefer to cling to my habits, whether they're good for me or not. Though I do admit that change could be good for me. Maybe some day. Hmm right now on my end, it shows a very high compatibility. I don't think even developers know how this shit works =) I guess it has a will of its own. Well, I could certainly recommend Ashes You Leave, it's a Croatian gothic doom metal band, probably the biggest metal act that we've ever made. Oh they're dark alright. I'll throw some links at you, if you like it, you could take a peak at their whole discography. , , . My favorite albums are Desperate Existence, and Songs For the Lost (their latest).

    8 Dic 2013 Responder
  • Kennoth

    Having a guide with a Bela Lugosi accent would be cool as fuck. =) Too bad I don't know such a person. I did visit Budapest before though, during some highschool trip, and it was much more pleasant experience then as our guide knew what he was doing, and where to go. As far as the unemployment goes, things really aren't any better here. Generally, there isn't much of a future to be had in this country for young educated people (every other young person is unemployed in Croatia, according to statistics). You obviously know your English, so why didn't you move out by now? Oh, I also noticed a sudden spike in our compatibility. It went from very low to high! Did you listen to my library or something?

    6 Dic 2013 Responder
  • Kennoth

    I live in Osijek, sort of a "capital" of that region, the biggest town and administrative center. Just like yours, it used to be a major industrial hub, during Yugoslavia. Now most of it is closed down, unemployment is rampart and so on. Anyway, I'm much closer to Pecs than I am to Zagreb. It's a nice enough town, albeit a bit dull. We went to Budapest first, but didn't really have a good time there. Firstly, we didn't plan anything, and we couldn't find any places to stay there, and there were major language barriers, which didn't help (I noticed most Hungarians don't speak English, what's your take on that?). So, while we wanted to spend a few nights in Budapest, we ended in Pecs instead (we barely managed to find some crappy 2 star hotel there). I've been to Zagreb few times, but I don't really know the city that well, too big for my liking. It has a lot of nice looking parks and avenues though.

    6 Dic 2013 Responder
  • Kennoth

    No, not at all. Which part of Hungary are you from? I've been there with friends this year, to Budapest and Pecs.

    5 Dic 2013 Responder
  • Kennoth

    Hey there. I think you're an interesting person, and I can relate to a lot of things in your about me (likes and dislikes), so I decided to stop by and say hi. Hi.

    5 Dic 2013 Responder
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"Dear sir dear lady
This carnival is dead and gone
And never anyway alas this party never yet began"

Greetings Stalker!

Interests & things I like:
Music (obviously), horror, thriller and art-house dramas (psychological ones in particular), anything bizarre and odd, dreams and nightmares, sleeping (a lot), psychology, escapism, solipsism, the anatomy of fear, the amazing world of the subconscious, rpg (p&p or PbF only), traveling, culture and folklore, weird associations and impressions, chasing moods and atmospheres, urban decay, abandoned places and ruins, industrial wastelands, inhumane human experiments, anything thought-provoking, collecting collecting-compulsions, black and/or sick humor, symbols, animals (especially birds, felines and reptiles), werecreatures, illusions and hallucinations, solitude, running clouds, moons, planets and nebulae, underground places and tunnels, clocks moving backwards, frozen time, gemstones, old coins, bones, the sea, mirrors, lanterns, masks, freak-shows, thinking "out of the box", distorted and strange perspectives, flying and floating, daggers and knives, incense, smoking, lighthouses and towers, depths and heights, embracing the joy of life and the beauty of decay, conspiracy theories, and many, many more.

Things I dislike or hate:
Banality and the mundane aspects of life, infants and small children, bureaucracy, boundaries, obligations, dogmatism, fundamentalism, bigotry, flying insects coming inside, insomnia, sentimentalism, "political correctness", censorship and related bullshit, living in a body made of flesh, time (too fast), the systematic brainwashing of people,
judgmental self-righteousness, my lack of artistic talent, and many, many, many more.


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