03:31 - moonflash Yeah, might be about Crowley. The Horned God or Baphomet appears in a number of different pagan traditions though.
03:17 - Redn1ght Yeah Moon, I guess it's singing about Crowley? (You know that guy.) Well, some are funny pokes at the fans: [link] there's one here (game related song.)
03:11 - M C Vice The best backmasked message is the one in the Red Dwarf episode with the backwards planet.
02:54 - moonflash Well, some of them really are legit and included on purpose as subliminal messages. A lot of them are quite exaggerated though, like the infamous satanic lines in Stairway to Heaven.
02:43 - Redn1ght Meh, you still believe in backmasked messages? Moonflash: [link]
02:19 - !J.O.O.E.! Nice. I might have to try that with BoC's stuff. Sounds good.
02:16 - moonflash I use Audacity to play BoC songs backwards, they sound almost as hypnotic in reverse as they do normally. Plus, there are a bunch of creepy Easter eggs, like this one(listen around 2.50) [link]
Russian metallers Arkona will release their forthcoming album, "Goi, Rode, Goi!", on the following dates:
Oct. 28: Finland, Spain
Oct. 30: Benelux, France, Italy, Sweden
Nov. 02: Rest of Europe
Nov. 03: US/Canada
"Goi, Rode, Goi!" was recorded at CDM Records studio (Moscow sound) between October 2008 and May 2009 (except: drums recorded at Gigant records studio, guitars recorded at Astia studio). The album was mixed at Deformation records studio (May, June 2009), was produced by Sergey "Lazar" and Masha "Scream" and was mixed & mastered by Sergey "Lazar".
01. Goi, Rode, Goi!
02. Tropoiu Nevedannoi (On The Unknown Trail)
03. Nevidal (The Wonder)
04. Na Moey Zemle (In My Land)
05. Pritcha (The Parable)
06. V Tsepiakh Drevney Tainy (In Chains Of Ancient Mystery)
08. Liki Bessmertnykh Bogov (Faces Of Immortal Gods)
09. Kolo Navi (Kolo Of Nav)
11. Pamiat (The Memory)
14. Nebo Hmuroe, Tuchi Mrachniye (Sullen Sky Lurid Clouds)
More details about "Goi, Rode, Goi!" can be found at this location.
I hope this album won't contain any Nokturnal Mortum ripoffs...
are there any other songs like "Brata Slavyane" which are "stolen" from NM? or is this one enough for you to post such a comment?
I'm pretty sure there was another one, though i think it was a Lucifugum song... don't ask me which one, I haven't listened to Arkona in AGES...I've listened to only 2 albums (Vozrozhdenie. Vo Slavu Velikim), so there could be some I don't know of.