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Old 02-03-2011, 03:22 PM   #91 (permalink)
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death metal deals with reality more, some of the Satanic stuff I can take with a pinch of salt

black metal is mostly Pagan worship which is a no-no for me, especially since most black metallists seem to think theirs is superior to Christianity as it predates it

satanism is just the other side of the coin of the whole Judeo-Christian thingie, I can deal with it, if you wanna align with Lucifer and think Hell is fun, that's up to you
Honestly there's tons of black metal out there that's not related to any type of religious beliefs. I understand if you're not a fan but don't let the artists beliefs be the only thing that stops you from listening to something. For instance, Fen's lyrics don't express any type beliefs. Bands like Lantlôs, Agalloch (Arguably not black metal, whatever.), Ludicra, Altar of Plagues, and many many other bands. Anyway, sorry for going off topic. Although, I guess you might just be trolling? Either way though this seems to be a belief common among most people who have never explored black metal for whatever reason.


As for this topic, nobody really knows what I listen to. My mom occasionally hears it and thinks it just a bunch of random noise. She thinks the old country I listen to is ok though. So, I don't know. I don't talk about music with anyone really.
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Old 02-04-2011, 03:40 AM   #92 (permalink)
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You are one strange cat, that's for sure.
am I? some of the Pagan stuff has been adopted by so-called Christians - the yule log, the mistletoe so I'd rather not deal with that

Satanism is still reaffirming Christianity in some ways, isn't the Devil derived from the Bible? me, I also believe in dipping my feet in Satan's swimming pool now and then
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Old 02-04-2011, 03:41 AM   #93 (permalink)
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Honestly there's tons of black metal out there that's not related to any type of religious beliefs. I understand if you're not a fan but don't let the artists beliefs be the only thing that stops you from listening to something. For instance, Fen's lyrics don't express any type beliefs. Bands like Lantlôs, Agalloch (Arguably not black metal, whatever.), Ludicra, Altar of Plagues, and many many other bands. Anyway, sorry for going off topic. Although, I guess you might just be trolling? Either way though this seems to be a belief common among most people who have never explored black metal for whatever reason.
I'm not trolling - that's what I've been led to believe about black metal.
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Old 02-04-2011, 03:54 AM   #94 (permalink)
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I'm not trolling - that's what I've been led to believe about black metal.
Take it with a pinch of salt.....where have I heard that before??..Or is it grain of salt??..
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Old 02-04-2011, 03:58 AM   #95 (permalink)
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I don't talk about it in the real world. I don't want anyone to think I'm obsessive about it.
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Old 02-04-2011, 04:13 AM   #96 (permalink)
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Take it with a pinch of salt.....where have I heard that before??..Or is it grain of salt??..
most of these so-called Satanists in the metal world aren't that serious about their beliefs, I mean Tom Araya of Slayer is a Catholic fergawdssakes

the black metallists seem to be dead serious, in interviews anyway

okay based on what you and Hank said, I think I'll check out some black metal
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most of these so-called Satanists in the metal world aren't that serious about their beliefs, I mean Tom Araya of Slayer is a Catholic fergawdssakes

the black metallists seem to be dead serious, in interviews anyway

okay based on what you and Hank said, I think I'll check out some black metal
Dont read into that to much man..I was literally wondering where I had heard that before.
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Only two people at my school know that I don't listen to mainstream music (which will become more apparent as I'm now writing music-related articles for my school's newsletter). My Algebra teacher actually thought that I had Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" on my iPod just because it was on her radio while I was sitting in the front seat of her car.

My brother and mom could care less.
wait what? your algebra teacher was driving you back to her place for some extra credit?
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am I? some of the Pagan stuff has been adopted by so-called Christians - the yule log, the mistletoe so I'd rather not deal with that
Most of Christianity comes from earlier pagan traditions (i.e. the virgin birth, the resurrection, the concept of hell, the visual depictions of Satan, etc.)

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Like I said, you are a strange cat.
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Most of Christianity comes from earlier pagan traditions (i.e. the virgin birth, the resurrection, the concept of hell, the visual depictions of Satan, etc.)

yeah I'm aware - that's y I don wanna mess with paganism - i feel it just might deride my faith entirely

and neways I find paganism boring - there was a anti-Christian club in my University and I went to their booth and found out they were Pagans, if they were satanists, I'd at least consider joining
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