21:44 - Redn1ght Any Epic Doom albums that I should be checking out? The more complex riffs the better.
21:21 - !J.O.O.E.! I'm usually bored by doom that pace but it sounded almost like early Emperor doing doom.
21:20 - Apothecary I dunno, I guess I've just been spoiled too much by ROB and Elysian Blaze :p
21:20 - Apothecary The first one just really bored me tbh, though those almost Monarch-like choirs in the background were cool. I just prefer blackened doom to be a bit more... balanced, I guess, and not ALL slow tempo
21:13 - !J.O.O.E.! I dunno, I like the sound of all 4 of their tracks (less so the third one but it's still good)
20:58 - Apothecary So a friend rec'd this Old Witch band to me the other day, and I'm listening to their split with Keeper. Not bad, but I wish more of the music sounded like that second track here, that's really the style I prefer
So there's some speculation as to whether or not Jesus was crucified in the nude. Most people who were committed to ultra-brutal death by ultra-brutal crucifixion were stripped before getting ultra-brutally nailed to their respective ultra-brutal crosses. But that sordid piece of garbage and The Passion of the Christ says nay! And Posthumous Blasphemer, a tech-death band from the oft-forgotten country of Belarus, does too. Jesus, whose bathing suit region appears on the cover of their '08 album, Fracture the Worship, is wearing his bronze-age bathing suit. Does that make Posthumous Blasphemer less brutal? Fuck off with questions like that. Of course it doesn't. They are fuckin brutal, mayne. Let's make that clear.