17:23 - psykometal it's many colonies and ex-colonies, it's usage is also frequently used in the exact way I used it. So I'll just go ahead and stick with "cunts" as my expletive noun there. ;)
17:21 - psykometal LOG, in most of the English speaking countries cunt is not a positive thing. In America it's viewed as such a terrible word that it might as well have been stricken from our vocabulary because nobody uses it. And in Britain, and
17:04 - Hellcult There is something 'fresh' in this song - Carnifex "Drown Me In Blood"
16:28 - Andreas I call fellow christians who are against metal "non-believer"
16:06 - Nikpe and what about Dark Tranquillity tour in november in USA? Did no one is waiting for concerts?
16:00 - Overrwatcher Seems like it depends on the European country. The more conservative (like Russia) the more it's frowned upon. Metal is unpopular in America outside of nu/alt/NWOAHM/Metallica but that's often a good stepping stone.
15:56 - VIG i know i live in america too, it sucks being a metalhead here too
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Opera Diabolicus is the brainchild of composer David Grimoire and lyricist Adrian De Crow. The idea sprung to life when the two of them met randomly at a stage play of Umberto Eco's book The Name of the Rose at a theatre in Gothenburg the year 2006. Both of them were very intrigued by the story and they ended up talking about how interesting it would be to make a theatrical and dark metal musical based on that kind of a story. The conversation between them that took place in Gothenburg that bleak December night planted the seed that soon should grow to be the concept of Opera Diabolicus- The concept of combining the dark elements of music and theatre in alliance with musical excellency.