Deathspell Omega - The Furnaces Of Palingenesia



Release date: 24 May 2019
Style: Black metal, Avantgarde metal

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01. Neither Meaning Nor Justice
02. The Fires Of Frustration
03. Ad Arma! Ad Arma!
04. Splinters From Your Mother's Spine
05. Imitatio Dei
06. 1523
07. Sacrificial Theopathy
08. Standing On The Work Of Slaves
09. Renegade Ashes
10. Absolutist Regeneration
11. You Cannot Even Find The Ruins…

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15.05.2019 - 00:33
RaduP
CertifiedHipster
Written by LuciferOfGayness on 14.05.2019 at 23:57

Written by theFIST on 14.05.2019 at 23:42

the significantly more cruel, destructive and deadly communism

Sounds interesting, link to that album?

Need me some tankie bm
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15.05.2019 - 18:27
Apothecary
PsyCHEdelic
Written by Czerny Reiter on 11.05.2019 at 03:59

People who prioritize morality and politics over aesthetic appreciation will forever be at odds with more extreme art forms.

It's a given that it won't be for all palates, but works expected to conform to moral boundaries and culled of their potential for transgression cannot really be called art.

This is the point that I feel is sadly being lost in much of the contemporary art culture of today, the fact that art is always (ideally, at least) meant to tear down walls as opposed to erecting them and staying within the confines of prevailing social customs and sensitivities. Many artists today that are regarded as "classic" and recognized for their importance, such as William Blake, Poe, the Beats, the Dadaists, etc., were derided and considered as obscene in their time. I'm not saying that metal bands today that flirt with fascist, white supremacist, and Nazi imagery will go down in history as "classic," or even that they receive my support (certainly not), but they are nonetheless staying true to the spirit of transgression at the core of artistry in their own way, so with that in mind, I find it difficult to really point and say "no, you shouldn't be doing that", even if I may personally disagree with the beliefs that drive their work.
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Now who should I call? Should I call Mr. Strawberry?
No, I don't think I'll call Mr. Strawberry. I don't think he's taking calls.
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15.05.2019 - 19:00
LuciferOfGayness
GolemOfWaffles
Written by Apothecary on 15.05.2019 at 18:27

Written by Czerny Reiter on 11.05.2019 at 03:59

People who prioritize morality and politics over aesthetic appreciation will forever be at odds with more extreme art forms.

It's a given that it won't be for all palates, but works expected to conform to moral boundaries and culled of their potential for transgression cannot really be called art.

This is the point that I feel is sadly being lost in much of the contemporary art culture of today, the fact that art is always (ideally, at least) meant to tear down walls as opposed to erecting them and staying within the confines of prevailing social customs and sensitivities. Many artists today that are regarded as "classic" and recognized for their importance, such as William Blake, Poe, the Beats, the Dadaists, etc., were derided and considered as obscene in their time. I'm not saying that metal bands today that flirt with fascist, white supremacist, and Nazi imagery will go down in history as "classic," or even that they receive my support (certainly not), but they are nonetheless staying true to the spirit of transgression at the core of artistry in their own way, so with that in mind, I find it difficult to really point and say "no, you shouldn't be doing that", even if I may personally disagree with the beliefs that drive their work.

What you are trying to say is that that metal bands today that flirt with fascist, white supremacist, and Nazi imagery is sadly lost in contemporary art culture of today. But like with such as William Blake, Poe, the Beats, the Dadaists, etc., they are considered as obscene in their time, but what they really do with their Nazi imagery and fascist flirts is to tear down walls as opposed to erecting them and staying within the confines of prevailing social customs and sensitivities. So, so sad, I agree with that
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"Every night, full of drugs and liquor, I see, floating above my bed, the Devil.
This woman in white dress, Satan Herself.
She's beautiful. She's there for me. Translucent.
I'm in love with her."
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15.05.2019 - 19:02
Apothecary
PsyCHEdelic
Written by RaduP on 15.05.2019 at 00:33

Need me some tankie bm

I recall this from a few years back, though I don't think they're really promoting communism or anything, more so just writing about the Russian Revolution, so not sure if "tankie black metal" is a fitting label.
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Now who should I call? Should I call Mr. Strawberry?
No, I don't think I'll call Mr. Strawberry. I don't think he's taking calls.
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15.05.2019 - 19:15
RaduP
CertifiedHipster
Written by Apothecary on 15.05.2019 at 19:02

Written by RaduP on 15.05.2019 at 00:33

Need me some tankie bm

I recall this from a few years back, though I don't think they're really promoting communism or anything, more so just writing about the Russian Revolution, so not sure if "tankie black metal" is a fitting label.

Oh yeah, I remember that, but im pretty sure that's not really tankie bm, the same way that an album about the holocaust is not necessarily NSBM

Great album btw
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