Deinonychus' new album "Warfare Machines" is evaluated by the German Censorship Commission due it's warlike nature and might possibly risk a complete ban in Germany.

In a few weeks there will be a result out of all this.......

To be continued......


Band profile: Deinonychus
 
Posted: 26.11.2007 by Marcel H.



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selken - 26.11.2007 at 21:44  
Anyone who dares to censor anything, DESERVES TO DIE!!!
or at lest taken to Cuba or China where you can't express yourself out.
Good luck Deinonychus!!
BTW, that only manged to draw my attention, I'll try them.
Bad English - 26.11.2007 at 22:12  
Germans are possessed whit anti nazism its like mental deasise or like poeple who watch porno 20 hours in day and masturbate 10 time sin day ....
Marcel Hubregtse - 26.11.2007 at 22:14  
Written by Bad English on 26.11.2007 at 22:12

... and masturbate 10 time sin day ....


what's wrong with masturbating ten times a day?

Currently I come to about 15 times
Bad English - 26.11.2007 at 22:19  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 26.11.2007 at 22:14

Written by Bad English on 26.11.2007 at 22:12

... and masturbate 10 time sin day ....


what's wrong with masturbating ten times a day?

Currently I come to about 15 times


Hehhehehe I dunno nothing but I prefere have a sex whit REAl women 10 time sin day ho whit me

Ok but serisuly --- Firts train to Nderland go to music shop by album, next train beck to Germany, what gourement will do , nothing, nobody dont check lugage and police dogs cant smell CD specely whit NS elements ... easy
Marcel Hubregtse - 26.11.2007 at 22:21  
Mmmm Deinonychus has nothing to do with NS whatsoever...
Bad English - 26.11.2007 at 22:24  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 26.11.2007 at 22:21

Mmmm Deinonychus has nothing to do with NS whatsoever...


I agree but why ban? and such ban IMo even in Iran its posible get banned thinks
Promonex - 26.11.2007 at 23:36  
Somehow this sounds familiar...
Queen Of Hippies - 26.11.2007 at 23:42  
Written by selken on 26.11.2007 at 21:44

Anyone who dares to censor anything, DESERVES TO DIE!!!

Riiiiiiiiiiight. I'm sure you'd love it if Neo-Nazis were not censored.
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About the situation in Germany, I don't think they're being paranoid, in general; it's still too early, only 70 years have passed.
But banning this release might be a bit excessive.
Bad English - 26.11.2007 at 23:45  
Written by Promonex on 26.11.2007 at 23:36

Somehow this sounds familiar...


who won in elections in Germany?
Carrion - 26.11.2007 at 23:51  
Hmm.. Another record banned in Germany.. I recall that Impaled Nazaren's Nihilism had the same fate..

EDIT: Oops, sorry, Deinonychus' album hasn't been banned yet. I'm too tired to read carefully.
selken - 26.11.2007 at 23:52  
Written by Guest on 26.11.2007 at 23:42

Written by selken on 26.11.2007 at 21:44

Anyone who dares to censor anything, DESERVES TO DIE!!!

Riiiiiiiiiiight. I'm sure you'd love it if Neo-Nazis were not censored.

sorry, but I can't tolerate censorship of any kind, only if is it for protect childrens' minds, but metal is not for kids!
Promonex - 27.11.2007 at 00:13  
Written by Bad English on 26.11.2007 at 23:45

Written by Promonex on 26.11.2007 at 23:36

Somehow this sounds familiar...


who won in elections in Germany?

WTF?? What do elections have to do with that?

Anyway, the process has just started and lots of stuff that undergoes such a process does not get a total ban. In my humble opinion it was totally uncalled for to make a news post out of this though inciting against the German system once again. It already pissed me off when Herr Morbid overreacted like that while actually being the one to be blamed (at least he turned out to be quite a sensible guy after all) and it pisses me off once again. German history has called for certain things to be kept away from the public, glorification of racism and violence among others. Most of that stuff (not the racist stuff though) is still allowed to be sold to people above the age of 18, it's just to keep it away from minors.
Bad English - 27.11.2007 at 00:18  
@Prom dunno but Im pissed of all stuff has banned in Germany man why? Cannibal Corpse and such thinks , now this ... why there are alowed porno in that case?

Im pissed of of this bans
Marcel Hubregtse - 27.11.2007 at 00:26  
This warrants a news post since it shows that censorship concerning music is still rampent even in mdern-day Germany society and especially since Deinonychus music and lyrics have nothing to do whatsoever with fascism, nazism, neo-nazism etc. If they decide to band this album which has lyrics ON warfare and NOT gloryfying it I wonder what will happen when the Hail Of Bullets full-length is released for that one speaks of WWII in historical perspective. Are they gonna ban that too. This news isn't anti-German at all, it is is anti-censorship. Remember that Marco of Deinonychus has nothing against Germany and Germans at all. He collaborated with Bethlehem (who also had problems with the German censors at the time of S.U.I.Z.I.D.)

I keep to my point that this news item is TOTALLY called for.
White Winter Sun - 27.11.2007 at 00:44  
There is a difference between treat certain subjects and to make the apology or to glorify them.
Promonex - 27.11.2007 at 00:50  
If the lyrics are just ON warfare, then this won't be banned. There are many bands and artists which depict warfare, some even utilizing Nazi aesthetics (Feindflug anyone?) and none of them got banned. Skyforger had a swastika in their name and had an album about WWI which didn't get them banned, and if I'm not totally mistaken the same applies to Vreid's second album. We'll see whether this will actually be censored or not; judging from the precedence I don't think it will.

And my point was NOT that Marco of Deinonychus has anything against Germans, but that this news post creates an anti-German attitude as not all facts are stated or clear yet, just like it was the case with Forgotten Tomb's battle against the German Legacy zine. IF this gets censored you won't see me defending the German system or anything, but as long as this is not the case I'll disapprove all attempts to shed a bad light on my country - the second response to this news clearly shows that people just LOVE to generalize...
Queen Of Hippies - 27.11.2007 at 01:13  
Written by selken on 26.11.2007 at 23:52

sorry, but I can't tolerate censorship of any kind, only if is it for protect childrens' minds, but metal is not for kids!


Then YOU should be censored for that. Adults are as easily-influenced as children. And some are so dumb that they're worse than children. Complete freedom only leads to anarchy. I'm talking here about the theorical aspect of the question, not about the release that's going to be banned.
LeChron James - 27.11.2007 at 07:42  
Germany is so gay. first Cannibal Corpse and now Deionychus. obnoxious pigs.
Bad English - 27.11.2007 at 13:48  
Written by Promonex on 27.11.2007 at 00:50

If the lyrics are just ON warfare, then this won't be banned. There are many bands and artists which depict warfare, some even utilizing Nazi aesthetics (Feindflug anyone?) and none of them got banned. Skyforger had a swastika in their name and had an album about WWI which didn't get them banned, and if I'm not totally mistaken the same applies to Vreid's second album. We'll see whether this will actually be censored or not; judging from the precedence I don't think it will.

And my point was NOT that Marco of Deinonychus has anything against Germans, but that this news post creates an anti-German attitude as not all facts are stated or clear yet, just like it was the case with Forgotten Tomb's battle against the German Legacy zine. IF this gets censored you won't see me defending the German system or anything, but as long as this is not the case I'll disapprove all attempts to shed a bad light on my country - the second response to this news clearly shows that people just LOVE to generalize...

@Prom - Skyforger are not swastika its some ancient folk sign I forgot menaung of it but its conected whit ancient baltic gods

Skyforger was also involved in a minor scandal with one of their former producers, who believed they were affiliated with Neo-nazism. (see Skyforger's Official website) The reason for this was the cover of their album "Thunderforge" (depicts a pagan god striking an anvil, bearing a pendant of a resemblance to depictions of Nazi "ancient Aryans"), as well as the swastika, or sunwheel, incorporated in Skyforger's logo. Some websites have therefore listed Skyforger as a Neo-nazi band. The band denies any such claims and doesn't display any Nazistic tendencies in their lyrics, meaning the scandal was most likely a result of the producer's poor knowledge of ancient Indo-European symbols.
Promonex - 28.11.2007 at 01:58  
Written by LeChron James on 27.11.2007 at 07:42

Germany is so gay. first Cannibal Corpse and now Deionychus. obnoxious pigs.

Thank you kindly for proving my point...

@K7: I know. Nonetheless suncross and swastika means the same and just because Skyforger use it in the ancient pagan context it doesn't mean it's free from neo-Nazistic connotations. Strangely Skyforger has not been censored despite of the German system being oh so evil and paranoid about anything connected with Nazism...
Bad English - 28.11.2007 at 10:54  
Written by Promonex on 28.11.2007 at 01:58

Written by LeChron James on 27.11.2007 at 07:42

Germany is so gay. first Cannibal Corpse and now Deionychus. obnoxious pigs.

Thank you kindly for proving my point...

@K7: I know. Nonetheless suncross and swastika means the same and just because Skyforger use it in the ancient pagan context it doesn't mean it's free from neo-Nazistic connotations. Strangely Skyforger has not been censored despite of the German system being oh so evil and paranoid about anything connected with Nazism...


I know but usin swastika in folk conts isnt using swastika in NS concest , its diferent sing songs about WWI, 12 century and folk songs or about WWII, killing juds and killing muslams ... and seems Germans dont understand lyrics or havnt read them carifull( I mena gouremnt ppl)

...and12 century you know Lv and ger was one country
Fritillaria - 20.09.2014 at 22:01  
This is rather old, but as far I've read their lyrics they clearly supported Nazism, just saying
Troy Killjoy - 20.09.2014 at 23:13  
Written by Fritillaria on 20.09.2014 at 22:01
...they clearly supported Nazism, just saying

Proof? I just skimmed through their lyrics and didn't see anything that would indicate they support Nazism.
Fritillaria - 20.09.2014 at 23:42  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 20.09.2014 at 23:13

Proof? I just skimmed through their lyrics and didn't see anything that would indicate they support Nazism.

This one made me think :We grow by number, every day one joins under the swastika.
Leaving behind the civilized world.

Every thought serves the cause, as we've been told many times.
A proud to be Aryan.
Curtains of blood fall over Europe, we are the next in line.
Preserve and protect from decline.

To kill is to survive...
I'll take away your life...

Follow the runes, we are dressed in hate.
Your Zionist God will come too late!
Each of us, indoctrinated and stale.
My knife pierces your flesh, so pale!
Troy Killjoy - 21.09.2014 at 00:15  
Written by Fritillaria on 20.09.2014 at 23:42
lyrics

And where in those lyrics do you see the band supporting the ideology?
Fritillaria - 21.09.2014 at 00:18  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 21.09.2014 at 00:15

Written by Fritillaria on 20.09.2014 at 23:42
lyrics

And where in those lyrics do you see the band supporting the ideology?

Well it sounded to me like that , but apparently I've misinterpreted it
Troy Killjoy - 21.09.2014 at 00:20  
Written by Fritillaria on 21.09.2014 at 00:18
Well it sounded to me like that , but apparently I've misinterpreted it

It comes across to me like the rest of their lyrics, war-themed from an NS perspective but not one that ever explicitly endorses the ideology.
Fritillaria - 21.09.2014 at 00:22  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 21.09.2014 at 00:20

It comes across to me like the rest of their lyrics, war-themed from an NS perspective but not one that ever explicitly endorses the ideology.
I see

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