As this started I thought I was going to be able to write about the difference between the previous metal song and this one which was going to be much better.Unfortunately after the intro it gets worse. I'm really bored of this kind of metal. It's like a shit Emperor, and if I'm going to be embarrassed and this actually is some early Emperor that I haven't heard you should just listen to Prometheus: The Discipline of Fire and Demise instead.
A loud nothing with reverb and I hate 3/4!!! I wish they had this music when I was 13 so I could shock the "Tull and Quo" kids. And I hope I'll never be 13 again. Mike, I think "Shit Emperor" is an excellent band name!
I think maybe I'll start that band. I don't have to do the word verification.
Some of you may be aware that in my spare time I'm on the staff of a site called Vampirefreaks that is stuffed to the gills with desperately humourless black metal fans. They type like this-"This is kvult. It is the black metal. You should be kvult. This is what Varg Vikernes died for. It is like the forest. The cold forest."Twats. Anyway they're welcome to this tedious old guff, because it's rubbish.
Well, it seems I'm still in Rockworld and I've ended up in the smaller room on the left that people only go into because there's less queue at the bar...
Ooh, and it has a voice over in the middle. Different metal, same genericness. Bits and pieces that might be good, all mixed together in a big metal stew, boiled to death, and served up with the shredded vocal chords of the singer.Bleh.
I'm not wholly averse to the odd bit of black metal, and don't find this objectionable for the most part. The voice-over in the middle, however... good grief.Then again, this might be the only track on the compilation that I would listen to again, even if purely for the comedy value.
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