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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...
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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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    John Watt§

    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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    John Watt§

    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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