22:24 - ScreamingSteelUS Shit happens. Shining happens. Don't go calling out Abigail Williams and Origin for touring with them or the venue or the fans or everybody else. That's just pointless and stupid.
22:23 - ScreamingSteelUS The fact that "it's black metal" doesn't necessarily excuse what are some objectively rude or unsettling practices, because as Che said, sometimes it's a bit much, but, you know, do some research. It still IS black metal.
22:22 - ScreamingSteelUS I guess I'm sympathetic towards her because she did have an uncomfortable experience for perfectly understandable reasons, but she loses me by making it everybody else's problem and blaming everyone else for humoring Kvarforth.
22:19 - ScreamingSteelUS I'm genuinely torn between "she's overreacting hilariously" and "actually, that seems pretty fair." Either way, I was so ready for her to punch Kvarforth.
22:14 - Apothecary Real shit, upon first reading this article I thought it was satirization of overly sensitive PC types. Maybe it actually is
22:13 - Maco The fact that she didn't leave makes me think deep inside she was having a great time. Lol
22:10 - Apothecary I mean I can kinda relate, I think really over the top theatrics black metal is quite a joke, and when I saw Watain live last year it was just one eyeroll moment after another. But I wasn't "offended" by it lol
"This Horrifying Force (The Desire To Kill)" and "Sink Beneath Insanity", two brand-new song from US blackened thrash metallers Skeletonwitch can now be streamed on Revolver Magazine and Pitchfork.
Two other new songs, "The Infernal Resurrection" and "'Reduced To The Failure Of Prayer", can be here and here.
"The Infernal Resurrection", "Reduced To The Failure Of Prayer", "This Horryfing Force (The Desire To Kill)" and "Sink Beneath Insanity" comes off the band's upcoming album Forever Abomination, which is set to be released internationally in October through Prosthetic Records. More album details were previously reported here.