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 on: Today at 05:36:13 PM 
Started by Mr Stab - Last post by Mr Stab
Hey guys clearing out a lot of stuff
I have the following items
Grunt Europe after storm (force majeure) £5.00
Pogrom multictural degeneration £5.00
Pogrom/body cargo resistance £5.00
Pogrom liberal cunt /liberali pyzda £5.00
Control means to and end £5.00
Control misanthrope £5.00
Control natural selection £5.00
Control algolagnia £5.00
Control the cleansing £5.00 gbp
Angel of Decay bleeding on the flowers £5.00
Angel of decay Covered In Scars £5.00
Angel of Decay implements limited number 5 of 6 £10
Rasthof Dachau blut und Boden limited cdr in metal tin
 £10
A.R.S Vive la resistance £5.00 ( joint project with Rasthof Dachau atrox and stahlwerk 9)
Rasthof Dachau/Stahlwerk 9 the final resistance £5.00
Vargr (nordvargr)mors omnia solvit £ 7.00
MK9 Evidence series object placebo (tape in oversize box)
£10
MK9 anhedonic ideations (business card and mini CD with booklet £15
Haus arafna the singles £5.00
Karl Runau beyond frequencies £5.00
SKM-ETR the rugged meat cleaner £6.00
SKM-ETR BFI-UNIT 01 remix CD £6.00
Slogun Chronicles of a serial murder £9.00
Steel hook prostheses torturous anxiety £5.00
Frozen faces broken sounds from a dying culture £5.00
Bocksholm the haunting curse of skogs Sara £5.00
Brighter death now kamikaze kabaret £5.00
Deutsch Nepal erosion £5.00
Deutsch Nepal benevolence £5.00
Deutsch Nepal alcohology £6.00
Deutsch Nepal Amygdala £6.00
Deutsch Nepal the silent container (4cd boxset) £20
Njurmannen terror in the dollhouse £5.00
Dead letters spell out dead words lost in reflections (double tape box will throw in the CD version too) £9.00
The steinklang picture years 4cds in booklet £6.00 (includes rasthoff Dachau ..atrox ...viron..dkf..irikarah..andxesion)
Nordvargr sleep therapy boxset (Inc t-shirt) £40
The following are dvdrs
pig and tomboy the films of Martin bladh £6.00
Stoyfest live in oslo 2007 £5.00
Grunt decadence of flesh £5.00
Gelsomina& Squamata private live show 2006 £5.00
Degenerating Finland live DVD £5.00

Tshirts (selling cos too small)
Genocide Organ we grow (unofficial with Klan country cover XL) £8.00
Brighter death now I wanna die xl (Skinny fit) £6.00
Brighter death now free your soul xl (skinny fit)£6.00
Streicher nicht schuldig black xl £.6.00
Streicher sans sentiment xl black red print £6.00
N.T.T gospels of the gash XL with back print £6.00
N.T.T Power romance Xl with red print £6.00
theologian the chasms if my heart xl with back print £6.00

Open to offers and of course will combine shipping




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 on: Today at 04:33:53 PM 
Started by New Forces - Last post by whiteheatnoise
Copies headed to Skeleton Dust.

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 on: Today at 04:30:22 PM 
Started by pureterror - Last post by whiteheatnoise
Copies headed to Skeleton Dust, along with some essential Troniks restocks.

 4 
 on: Today at 04:28:20 PM 
Started by WCN - Last post by whiteheatnoise
Copies headed to Skeleton Dust.

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 on: Today at 04:10:25 PM 
Started by Brad - Last post by death persuader
Here’s an interesting, clearly written article discussing George Floyd’s toxicology report. The writer provides evidence showing   Mr. Floyd was overdosing from Fentanyl and in the throes of  Excited Delirium Syndrome when he was being arrested and detained...

https://www.unz.com/article/or-did-george-floyd-die-of-a-drug-overdose/

Unfortunate that this article isn't more popular, I'd love to see/hear someone(s) dispute some of what's presented here.

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 on: Today at 04:03:43 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by ConcreteMascara
Was sad to hear of Morricone's passing as well, but living to 91 years... you can't complain too much about that!

Two weeks ago I watched Avengers: End Game after watching all of the Marvel movies in release order over the past few months. I saw only a handful in the theaters so it was interesting be able to see how they weaved it all together over a decade. Obviously I get that there's a shit load of Marvel comics story lines that back-boned it but still to get it all the way to the last two Avengers movies and stick the landing was impressive to me. On an individual movie level or even series level there's a lot of things to pick at and criticize and those comments might be valid enough, but for me, bashing these movies because they're different than other movies I like is pointless and meaningless. Is Captain Marvel as good as Tarkovsky's Solaris, no. Is it easy fun, sure. Are most giallo films silly sleazy, nonsensical affairs? Yes. Do I love them anyway? Yes. I love them because of that. I would say most of what I watch are genre films that don't aspire beyond their basic premise and I love them for it. So why would I criticize comic books movies for being comic book movies? I guess my point is I was able to enjoy the Marvel movies for what they were instead of what they weren't and the experience has made the pandemic less bad. It also made my fiance happy because she can only handle so many yakuza or slasher films.

On a totally different note, last weekend I watched Samurai Spy by Masahiro Shinoda. I worship Shinoda's Pale Flower, but had no idea how this would stack up. While it didn't become an instant favorite like Pale Flower, I enjoyed the hell out of it. Out the gate your get a barrage of factions and names to try and remember, but I didn't find it to be nearly as complicated and some reviews I've read. It's 3 factions, 1 main character, some other important players. I didn't find it to be any harder to follow than a Kurosawa flick of other samurai genre films. What I thought more than anything was it felt sooo much like an anime about ninjas and samurai. Especially the one spymaster dressed in all white with a grappling hook weapon thing and the cool slow motion jumping and freeze frame tricks. In a lot of ways it reminded me of Ninja Scroll, but without titties and demons... which I guess is the majority of Ninja Scroll so maybe its a bad comparison. The back and forth between ninja action and exposition also felt very anime. I can definitely recommend.

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 on: Today at 04:00:21 PM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by death persuader
I agree that a good record/etc. with shit artwork is preferable to a horrible sounding one with solid artwork, but it’ll never be not dispiriting to see/hear the former combination, I don’t think it makes the argument that visuals/sounds are equally important any less valid either.
It comes down to what you prefer. To me it's not an argument at all but a mere opinion. If it's an argument for you though, you just contradicted yourself there: if you think a good music / shitty artwork combination is preferable to shitty music / good artwork, then it follows necessarily that they're not equally important. They aren't for me. If they are for you, that's fine and I have no way or desire to discredit your opinion.

Noise music without any context given to the listener by song titles, artwork, lyrics/vocals (PE), etc. is comparable to an abstract painting. Without looking at the title of the painting, the viewer will contextualize the piece according to their own perception and attached emotions. In this way, we can never understand the piece, but simultaneously cannot fail to understand it.

There’s some contradiction there, sure— “visuals/sounds are almost equally important to me” is how I should’ve worded it is all.

But "the viewer will contextualize the piece according to their own perception and attached emotions." but artworks can and do change the viewers perceptions.

Context (even if it’s vague) in the form of artwork is important to me in noise, unless the record/whatever itself is distinctive or novel enough for me to not want or need it, which I think is increasingly rare (not just in noise/related)

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 on: Today at 03:24:59 PM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by JLIAT

Noise music without any context given to the listener by song titles, artwork, lyrics/vocals (PE), etc. is comparable to an abstract painting. Without looking at the title of the painting, the viewer will contextualize the piece according to their own perception and attached emotions. In this way, we can never understand the piece, but simultaneously cannot fail to understand it.

I agree it's comparable to an abstract (non-representational) painting, and Vomir uses the familiar fine art title "Untitled".  But if we look at the title and packaging of Merzbow's Bloody sea, i dont think it would be legitimate to think the sound work is in anyway expressing that, as its not significantly different to other of his works. Likewise The Rita's 'Skate' (made i think from recorded skateboards) and Thousands Of Dead Gods - recording from a shark cage. I for one couldn't tell the difference. As for understanding the work, here i would disagree. Though "illustration' propaganda, in a sense has understandable messages, as does advertising, some think, (and I do) art is more that that. I cited Tom Wolfe's 'Painted Word' and also Kant's ideas on aesthetics. It's that in the end the work defies understanding that gives it is unique aesthetic. It would follow from an 'understanding' model of art, the production would be fairly simple. To save space here, its not an understanding that makes one think a mountain beautiful. A qualification in geology would be kind of irrelevant.  Or the beauty of a starry night.

Which is maybe what you mean by " we can never understand the piece, but simultaneously cannot fail to understand it"

But "the viewer will contextualize the piece according to their own perception and attached emotions." but artworks can and do change the viewers perceptions.*

*Which in noise is now missing?!

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 on: Today at 01:42:41 PM 
Started by GEWALTMONOPOL - Last post by BlackSunAndSteel
The Irishman - very entertaining acting and incredible actors, story is okay; sometimes that digital face rejuvenation effect they used is so noticable that it distracts from the scene. Overall 5/10

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 on: Today at 01:38:31 PM 
Started by FreakAnimalFinland - Last post by BlackSunAndSteel
I agree that a good record/etc. with shit artwork is preferable to a horrible sounding one with solid artwork, but it’ll never be not dispiriting to see/hear the former combination, I don’t think it makes the argument that visuals/sounds are equally important any less valid either.
It comes down to what you prefer. To me it's not an argument at all but a mere opinion. If it's an argument for you though, you just contradicted yourself there: if you think a good music / shitty artwork combination is preferable to shitty music / good artwork, then it follows necessarily that they're not equally important. They aren't for me. If they are for you, that's fine and I have no way or desire to discredit your opinion.

Noise music without any context given to the listener by song titles, artwork, lyrics/vocals (PE), etc. is comparable to an abstract painting. Without looking at the title of the painting, the viewer will contextualize the piece according to their own perception and attached emotions. In this way, we can never understand the piece, but simultaneously cannot fail to understand it.

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