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    Gortuary - Manic Thoughts Of Perverse Mutilation (2008)

    Gortuary - Manic Thoughts Of Perverse Mutilation (2008)

    Gortuary are a quite new band, they play brutal death in the modern style. Manic Thoughts of Perverse Mutilation is characterized by unrelentingly speed, with parts reminiscent of both technical, and slam style brutal death.

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    Gortuary? Sounds like Al Gore's personal mortuary...
    *If a man wants God to hear his prayer quickly, then before he prays for anything else, even his own soul, when he stands and stretches out his hands towards God, he must pray with all his heart for his enemies. Through this action God will hear everything that he asks* -Abba Zeno-

    *Protagoras: "Truth is subjective. What is true for you, and what is true for me, is true for me. Your opinion is true by virtue of its being your opinion."

    *Socrates: "My opinion is: Truth is absolute, not opinion, and that you are in absolute error. Since this is my opinion, then according to your philosophy you must grant that it is true."

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    more gortuary

    There aren't enough bands surviving long enough to get tight with death-gore. It's too immediately satisfying to get into personal self-mutilation and musical putrefication, than keeping the cult going until actual satanic events take over. Unless, of course, this is a fan appreciation album for those who can't afford body tattoos and multiple piercings. You didn't say if they had a screamo or emo singer, or a band member with vocals in bondage onstage. Has this band set a new statistic as the loudest band? When funk bands were hot, people talked about sweat on the dance floor. I haven't heard anything about a band that leaves the most blood. Is the U.S.A. military using their recordings to bombast interior soft targets?
    Unless I hear some answers, good answers, to these questions, I can't be a follower. Something tells me these guys are going to follow you.
    If you are truly into heavy stone music, dig my group, Cementary.

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    John Watt,

    i did not know you had a group called Cementary. or is it a joke about a grave made with cement?

    reggae and dub aficionados can give marks to groups following the level of smoke,the opaqueness of the smoke, and maybe the quality of the weed used by the public.

    once i saw blood ON STAGE... actually i saw it on tv; it was Kiss doing their funny thing, i don't remember exactly, maybe they killed a pig or reproduced the sequence of "Carrie".

    talking about satanic events, as a black sabbath fan, i always found it very difficult to understand why people worried about them or more precisely about the youth listening to their music and going to their concerts. i mean, they always wore big crucifixes on stage, and always talked about love, doing what seems right, etc. yeah they also worshipped Mary-Joanna. what i'm trying to say is that black sabbath must have been the best and most seductive evangelist group of all time! not even american! there's been a lot of other groups on this path, but they remain the most famous, since they sold so many records and filled such big venues.

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    Sunwaiter, you are so right on, and I'm seeing English as your second language. The first time I played an electric guitar through an amp was at the corner store down the street. The kids there had equipment. I can't remember the song title off Black Sabbath's first album, but the first riff I was shown so the drummer could play was offa that. Duh duh, duh-ta-duh, duh duh, drum fill, duh duh, duh-ta-duh, duh duh. Two strings up and down. Some people thought it was a Christian rock album. Clever promotions. Ozzie's wife. The brains and only brains left in that group. What do you mean, not even American, after targeting that audience and ending up with a reality show and talk show here?

    I really appreciate your dub lines about the level of smoke. But Black Sabbath was about everything else except that. Probably didn't turn down a free toke though. You never mentioned the quality of being wet (l'eau) or dry (sec) weed. I see The Beatles as being on the same path, being more famous, but they had Royal English assent and the B.B.C. to give them more commercial prowess. Ozzy never got to say he was more popular than Jesus. The closest I came to Kiss blood was their appearance in Buffalo where they poured a little of their own into printer's ink, promoting their new comic book. I like reading the thread counts in their homemaker's designer rug and wall-hanging series, or grabbing a little fingerboard time with one of their collector's guitar and silk-screened pick offerings at the local mall.
    My vote for the best and most seductive evangelical group of all time is either The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the choir from The Crystal Cathedral, or that massed Castratae overture that was never recorded for posterity, just being popelingua.
    Thanks for noting my facetiousness with digging your own stone grave Sunwaiter, soleil'a'ici, but that's all it is. Get me really on and I have truly awefull things to say. Ever get into Gaelic? (pronounced gay-lick)
    You have to give Ozzie credit for turning his life around, for a while. Being in jail and deciding to start a band to stay out isn't a life choice I ever had to work with. And Tony Iommi deserves more guitar credit than his very overshadowed work received.
    You and I, waiter of the sun, can only imagine walking into the Marshall showroom to look at amps before the rest of the world could. What's the sign say over the owner's office? Jimi Hendrix put us on the map.
    I'm going to do some mutilation right now myself, oo, ooo, yes, I can hear those poor corn kernels popping, pushing up against the lid. Take that heat, you little poppers. You should progress with the times over here, mon soleil parisienne, and get into The Village People. They said so many poppers were tossed onstage, getting crushed by their feet, it was like a narcotic haze that made some pass out. Of course, a Village Person getting down onstage really inspired their audience. Heavy, heavy, cover charge and security there. I like my spice now sporty. I can take my pick, even if I have one in my pocket.
    I've just read in a jazz posting that the greys of winter make Paris more appealing, and the chicken tastes better. La poulette ne pas tout j'acout, mon ami.
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    Paris has always seemed beautiful and depressing to me, just like a very attractive woman. Spleen is the core of paris magic, as far as i can understand it, from my thirty years of living in the area. Just listen to "the european female" by the stranglers, if you hasn't lately.

    The only contact i had with gaelic was while i visited Ireland.

    It made no doubt, since the day i heard "sweet leaf", that Ozzy and his mates weren't talking about autumn. i used to find it cool when he said "smoke it!" (killing yourself to live).

    tony iommi is metal's django. but besides his minor finger infirmity, he developped something very personnal and had fine taste concerning arrangements. he could ( and let's hope he still can) play electric and acoustic guitar, mellotron, piano, flute, and who knows what other instruments that would suit his dark and heavy sound ideas.

    When someone asked Jimmy Smith if he liked the term "acid jazz", he answered that acid was those damn pills they dropped on woodstock. his music or the music he initiated in some way wouldn't deserve such a name.


    thank you for evaluating my english so well, though i have a idea of what i still have to learn. thnak

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    Paris has always seemed beautiful and depressing to me, just like a very attractive woman. Spleen is the core of paris magic, as far as i can understand it, from my thirty years of living in the area. Just listen to "the european female" by the stranglers, if you hasn't lately.

    The only contact i had with gaelic was while i visited Ireland.

    It made no doubt, since the day i heard "sweet leaf", that Ozzy and his mates weren't talking about autumn. i used to find it cool when he said "smoke it!" (killing yourself to live).

    tony iommi is metal's django. but besides his minor finger infirmity, he developped something very personnal and had fine taste concerning arrangements. he could ( and let's hope he still can) play electric and acoustic guitar, mellotron, piano, flute, and who knows what other instruments that would suit his dark and heavy sound ideas.

    When someone asked Jimmy Smith if he liked the term "acid jazz", he answered that acid was those damn pills they dropped on woodstock. his music or the music he initiated in some way wouldn't deserve such a name.


    thank you for evaluating my english so well, though i have a idea of what i still have to learn. thnak you for making the french effort!

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    gettin'zigzag wit'it

    Sunwaiter! You, or me, I would rather you get popped (arrested) for it, have a hit of something hazing up this forum, Parisite you are with this talk of spleen. I have to admit that's a psychological reference I haven't experienced, unless you are reluctant to use the word gaul. If that's what it takes you get into it with drummergrrrl I'm missing out.

    I can comment sur le vert, seeing so much all my life. In Edmonton, in the praries back in the early seventies, it was common social practice for tokers to have seats along the wall or back. Not in Ontario. Everyone was standing around outside or getting kicked out when it started seeping out of the washrooms. It was always leaves, stems and seeds until the early eighties, when it became all about the buds. Years ago, indoor tobacco "public" smoking was banned. The outdoor crowd expanded, and you couldn't tell by passing by what the clouds were. Then all public tobacco was banned. Bars and bingo halls went out of business.

    Here in Welland there is wicked, wheelchair, primo and hydroponic weed. All just names for manufactured weed, so easy to soak buds in chemicals and pass off narcotics as simple marijuana. That's why indoor grows, so expensive and cop friendly, are such a big business. Most people frown on "outdoor" crops. I was invited to listen and help a young band, but they spent $20 on weed to get ready. I sat there waiting to get going. Four teenagers hauling away, and half an hour later the first started to stir. If there wasn't a nice guitar for me to twiddle my fingers on, and staying over down the hall, I would have left.

    I've been bike-hiking around the Niagara Peninsula like it's my back yard, outside all day or a day and a half, trying to go somewhere different every time, off road, through streams and forests, and have never found anything growing. The few times I thought I had a strong enough whiff to follow turned out to be apartment building washer vents. I found a dead body, prevented a rape and suicide, and found things where the police were very interested, this being a border with The U.S. Tu as vu, mon ami! International travellers are always surprised how tired and humourless most people are around here, if not illegally, then getting to much co-operation from their prescription doctor.

    I call southern Ontario Northern New York. There is a new disease. Patients transferred back here from the States have mutations that are resistant to previous medications from so much over-prescribing there. And for rockers managing to subsist from the sixties, there are three types of gonnorhea, now two resisitant to cures.

    And so, Sunwaiter, I thought you were giving me a stereo reply, until I noticed you added the completion of your line the second time. I talk about inventing a new guitar. One of my best Quebecois friends said "redefinition" and coming from him, il ecoute le verte. When you were forced to take French as a second language in school here in Ontario, when Trudeau made bilingualism a Canadian policy, they taught Parisian, very different from the "French" spoken in Quebec. Even Canada's capital, Ottawa in Ontario, is not officially designated bilingual. What a waste. All the instructions in packaging, signs and government printings in two languages. What anger against Quebec, people from there getting the top government posts in other provinces because they were bilingual, even if their English wouldn't pass a test. Ukranians in Saskatchewan, The Skeena In British Columbia, subservient to French masters. Don't believe all the nice stuff about Canada. It just looks good because the Americans never had to publicly conquer us. They just let Quebec politicians sell out the rest. Si tu vu, mon ami, si vu comprende, cette mon ecole mots mal quand je ne sais les masculin ou feminine ou les plurants. J'ai aussi Latin. Speaking about that, ever hear of Hadrian's Wall?

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