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Live At Elements Of Rock 2006 In Uster (And Some Shit With Friends From Ticino) (DVDr, Ltd, PAL). L'é Tütt Folklor Records.
Brutal Martyrium - Live At Elements Of Rock 2006 In Uster (And Some Shit With Friends From Ticino) (DVDr, Ltd, PAL). Huere Fattoni, Clithorrids. Huere Fattoni, Clithorrids - Split (CDr, Ltd).
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Martyrium is the first recorded and second released studio album of the unblack metal band Antestor. It is one of the earliest Christian extreme metal albums released in Norway. Although recorded in 1994, only bootleg copies of Martyrium were printed in 1997, and it became a "cult classic" among a small audience until the album was issued in 2000 by Endtime Productions. Originally Torodd Fuglesteg, head of the infamous Arctic Serenade Records, sent Antestor to studio to record Martyrium.
element the OF skirt is sudden-smells taking place Metal - festival in Uster ZH in Switzerland. Although the festival is organized and carried by the association Unblack, among its goals the promotion of the Christian Metalszene in Switzerland ranks, strict is made certain that the concert part remains free by religious elements. is. arising volume preaching on the stage explicitly forbids.
Slipping into use in 1994 after Simon Reynolds coined it in Mojo, the term was almost as universally reviled as IDM, polarizing bands, fans and critics alike, who saw it as disparaging. Looking back, it seems more fitting now than it ever did then, heralding a shift in both mindset and technique as bands increasingly headed to the studio for inspiration as the digital age took hold. The performative emotion of the live performance, for so long the beating heart of rock, was rejected in favour of studio experimentation. Whether you accept the term or not, this thing called post-rock encompasses some of the most exciting albums of the last 25 years. From stone-cold classics to unsung obscurities, here are the 30 you need to hear.
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