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  1. metalrover

    Dark piano music box

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    Why I practice a lot of self-censorship

    Hallo alien, saturday late night no sit spaceship go out jalan jalan ah....
  3. metalrover

    The air quality is bad today

    Night time chao tar smell very strong siol...
  4. metalrover

    Man changes into bra and skirt before masturbating

    Like that also song...
  5. metalrover

    siao lang taxi @ alexandra rd, compilation 3 cams

    Taxi max can drive until 75yrs old..
  6. Corpsepaint, not to be confused with zombie makeup, dead makeup, or Goth makeup, is a makeup style favored by black metal bands. It was originated by the vocalist of Mayhem, Per "Dead" Ohlin, who wanted to look like a corpse on stage. To apply corpsepaint, follow these directions. Steps 1 Apply a thin layer of white base on your face. Make sure you use enough to make your face at least several shades lighter, but not enough so that you look like a geisha or a clown. Generally, it's a good idea to include your jaw line and neck unless you want a "mask" or "floating face" effect. ------------------------------------- 2 Apply white or translucent powder over the white base (optional). Though this step can be skipped, it will help keep the white base from smudging/melting off your face or into the rest of the color. ------------------------------------- For extra hold, repeat Steps 1 and 2until a mask-like effect is achieved. ------------------------------------- 3 Liberally apply either dark blue/purple/black eyeshadow around your eyes. There should be enough to cover the entire space between your eyebrow and eyelash. Apply a reasonable amount beneath your eye. ------------------------------------- Instead of simply applying it so that it contours to your eye socket, try going for a spider-webbed, stitched, shattered, dripping, or vine-y effect. ------------------------------------- 4 Apply a wide layer of black eyeliner around your eyes. This helps to bring out the eye shadow and your natural eyebrows. ------------------------------------- 5 Apply dark lipstick if desired. Match the colour to what’s around your eyes for a more cohesive effect. Again, consider creating a secondary effect such as stitching or dripping instead of simply drawing perfect lines. ------------------------------------- Tips Whether on stage or in the pit, it gets very hot; either use waterproof makeup or avoid complicated designs, as they will fade with sweat and look bad if you don't have time to keep fixing them up every few hours. A sponge is very useful in applying large swaths of paint. For the rest, use your fingers (don't forget to wash!) or a soft makeup pencil. Avoid pimples. Get rid of the greasepaint when you're done. Rub Pond's cold cream (cosmetic turpentine; cheaper and more efficient than any fancy makeup remover) all over the makeup, give it a minute, then wipe. Use a cotton swab or cotton ball for your eyes; it's more thorough. Wash the remaining grease out with mild soap. Do not scrub: that is what causes pimples. Be sure to use moisturizer after you rinse to maintain your skin's natural oil levels. Moisturizer works to remove the paint as well, but you might have to go over it twice. Painting your whole body isn't necessary unless you are trve kvlt, in which case you would paint the whole body, but also wear long sleeves. Most black metal fans just paint their faces, because who wants to spend three hours putting the stuff on when you could be out there having fun already? If you're wearing something that shows a lot of skin, just taper out the white edges to blend into your natural skin tone. Observe or research the styles of musicians such as King Diamond, Behemoth, Immortal, Dimmu Borgir, etc. for inspiration. If you're having trouble getting your lines straight, pencil the edges in first.
  7. metalrover

    Dark piano music box

  8. metalrover

    If life is a game, then what genre would it be?

    The toilet bowl. Absolutely essential but always taken for granted and treated like dirt...
  9. Cannot be, according to edmw research results, at least 70% of sinkies sleep like babies every night de wor....
  10. Moi work on weekends as well, so the only time during weekends to relax is during the night. Chill at home, enjoy some beer, blast some music through the night, try to sleep late...
  11. Pruss 2 independent witnesses to counter sign and then video record...
  12. metalrover

    'Pay-as-you-throw' system to limit household waste?

    Test balloon spotted...
  13. metalrover

    Hands down, the best MEE REBUS in Singapore!

    Rooks nice, must go try eat someday..
  14. $150/1/1 $20 jiak frog leg porridge, open 1 bottle $10 take taxi home...
  15. Madhatter's diversion of attention tactics to move jhk's attention from domestic to rally them to bash sinkieland still works..
  16. metalrover

    buy western food end up marry chiobu owner

    Bet he must have told her he got a special recipe jhj mayoniese sauce to marinate her delicious 鸡排....
  17. metalrover

    "Made of Metal" News \m/

    DANK SLAMS: Beerbongs, Pigs, Animal Activism And Magical Dragons (ANIMALS KILLING PEOPLE, GOREPOT) It's been far too long since those long, luscious slegs (slam legs) have been spread revealing that mysterious, golden, cheeto-dust covered split. This time, the split features two of slam's dankest bands in NYC's Animals Killing People and Taiwan's Gorepot. This is the real deal, folks. None of us here at ye olde stanky dank are capable of making this shit up… ADVERTISEMENT The oddly-titled split, Maleficis De Saltu (Sorcery Of The Jungle), features some of slam's filthiest grooves. The first four tracks on display from Animals Killing Peopleare a vision of the musical, artistic, and animal activistic direction of Wilson Rairan – the same Wilson whose impressive influence was last heard as the drummer of Colombian Death Grind pioneers Purulent. AKP's contribution to the split was recorded, mixed and mastered at Menegroth, The Thousand Caves by Colin Marston (Gorguts, Krallice). Gorepot, once a one-man brutality machine from the Far East, are now a three-man band (plus machine – a drum machine). These guys are chock-full of all the essential slamamins (slam vitamins): sickness, pigs, gore, blood, beer bongs and magic dragons. Most of us have never truly experienced Taiwan's dark mysteries. Gorepot are about as close one can get to understanding this magical land, without ending up the star of a snuff film. With the pleasantries out of the way, it's now time to hit you with an exclusive sneak-peak Maleficis De Saltu (Sorcery Of The Jungle). When you have finished watching/listening, be sure to head on over to CDN Records and pre-order our copy today! Source : metalinjection.net
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    "Made of Metal" News \m/

    Death metal music inspires joy not violence I've had one desire since I was born; to see my body ripped and torn. The lyrics of death metal band Bloodbath's cannibalism-themed track, Eaten, do not leave much to the imagination. But neither this song - nor the gruesome lyrics of others of the genre - inspire violence. That is the conclusion of Macquarie University's music lab, which used the track in a psychological test. It revealed that death metal fans are not "desensitised" to violent imagery. The findings are published in the Royal Society journal Open Science, "[Death metal] fans are nice people," said Prof Bill Thompson, from the Australian university, which is based in Sydney. "They're not going to go out and hurt someone." This latest study is part of a decades-long investigation by Prof Thompson and his colleagues into the emotional effects of music. These effects, he explained, are complex. "Many people enjoy sad music, and that's a bit of a paradox - why would we want to make ourselves sad?" he asked. "The same can be said of music with aggressive or violent themes. For us, it's a psychological paradox - so [as scientists] we're curious, and at the same time we recognise that violence in the media is a socially significant issue." How do scientists test people's sensitivity to violence? With a classic psychological experiment that probes people's subconscious responses; and by recruiting death metal fans to take part. The test involved asking 32 fans and 48 non-fans listen to death metal or to pop, whilst looking at some pretty unpleasant images. Lead researcher Yanan Sun explained that the aim of the experiment was to measure how much participants' brains noticed violent scenes, and to compare how their sensitivity was affected by the musical accompaniment. To test the impact of different types of music, they also used a track they deemed to be the opposite of Eaten. "We used 'Happy' by Pharrell Williams as a [comparison]," said Dr Sun. Each participant was played Happy or Eaten through headphones, while they were shown a pair of images - one to each eye. One image showed a violent scene, such as someone being attacked in a street. The other showed something innocuous - a group of people walking down that same street, for example. "It's called binocular rivalry," explained Dr Sun. The basis of this psychological test is that when most people are presented with a neutral image to one eye and a violent image to the other - they see the violent image more. "The brain will try to take it in - presumably there's a biological reason for that, because it's a threat," Prof Thompson explained. "If fans of violent music were desensitised to violence, which is what a lot of parent groups, religious groups and censorship boards are worried about, then they wouldn't show this same bias. "But the fans showed the very same bias towards processing these violent images as those who were not fans of this music." What did the band think of their music being used like this? "We don't have any issue with it," Bloodbath's lead singer Nick Holmes told BBC News. "The lyrics are harmless fun, as the study proved." He added that Bloodbath's lyrical content was "basically an aural version of an 80s horror film". "The majority of death metal fans are intelligent, thoughtful people who just have a passion for the music," he said. "It's the equivalent of people who are obsessed with horror movies or even battle re-enactments." Why does this matter? Prof Thompson said the findings should be "reassuring to parents or religious groups" concerned about violent music. More broadly, there is still concern that violence in media leads to social problems. "If you're desensitised to violence, perhaps you wouldn't care if you saw someone on the street getting hurt - you wouldn't help." But while research has found some evidence of such desensitisation in people who play a lot of violent video games, music, it seems is different. "The dominant emotional response to this music is joy and empowerment," said Prof Thompson. "And I think that to listen to this music and to transform it into an empowering, beautiful experience - that's an amazing thing." Nick Holmes identified with that, saying that most of the he enjoyed was "melancholic, dramatic, sad or aggressive and not much in-between". "I take joy and empowerment from those styles," he told BBC News. On the topic of the Eaten's lyrics, he added: "I didn't personally write them, but I would be frankly astounded if anyone listened to that song and then felt a desire to be eaten by a cannibal." Source : bbc.com/news/science-environment
  19. metalrover

    "Made of Metal" News \m/

    Some slam Death Metal Artists Devourment 42,134 listeners Devourment is a brutal death metal band that was formed in 1995 after the demise of local Dallas based death metal band Necrocide by drummer… Cephalotripsy 9,589 listeners Ideas had been composed in 2003 by guitarist Nick Ochs to start a project which would in the future become Cephalotripsy. Within two and a half… Guttural Secrete 19,803 listeners Guttural Secrete was formed in the summer of 2002 by Jeremiah "Blue" Jensen, the band's vocalist. He was sick of the "weak" bands in his area,… Ingested 32,051 listeners Ingested are a British brutal death metal/deathcore band from Manchester. Since their formation in 2007, the group have built a reputation as one… Abominable Putridity 35,738 listeners Abominable Putridity is a brutal death metal band from Moscow, Russia. The band formed in 2003 by Alexander (Drums) and Pavel(Former Guitarist).… Vulvectomy 9,471 listeners Vulvectomy is an Italian brutal death metal band. They formed on January 2007 by the will of Diego Fanelli, already singer of Stench of… Waking the Cadaver 49,922 listeners Waking the Cadaver are a Brutal Death Metal band from Shore Points, New Jersey, formed under the name Death to Honor in 2004, but settled on… Katalepsy 22,403 listeners Katalepsy is a brutal death metal band that formed in 2003. Their brand of brutal death metal incorporates bludgeoning technical riffs at manic… Dying Fetus 163,485 listeners Dying Fetus are a death metal band from Annapolis, Maryland (USA). The group formed in 1991 and have, ever since, had frontman John Gallagher as… Guttural Engorgement 5,774 listeners Guttural Engorgement Is A slamming brutal death metal Band From USA. Formed In 2006 Human Rejection 9,701 listeners Human Rejection was a brutal death metal band from Greece. They formed in 2005 by Alex (vocals) and Dennis (Guitars). Eventually, Chris joined… Despondency 5,840 listeners Located in The North of Germany, Leer/East Frisia based brutal Death-band DESPONDENCY was founded in the spring of 1999 by Dirk Janssen… Infernal Revulsion 6,528 listeners Infernal Revulsion is a slamming brutal death metal band from Japan. They were formed in 2004 by Hidenori Sato (Vocals), Masuda Koichi (Guitar),… Short Bus Pile Up 3,644 listeners Short Bus Pile Up started as a joke back in the winter of 2005. After realizing he wanted to do more as a musician, Tyler Sharpes (vocals)… Vomit Remnants 4,809 listeners Vomit Remnants is a brutal death metal band from Japan. Starting in the end of 1997, Keisuke got together with Takahiro and Ryo to form a NY… Kraanium 18,207 listeners Kraanium is a Norwegian brutal death metal band. The group was founded in 2001 by the twin brothers Martin and Mats Funderud. Having played… Begging for Incest 7,517 listeners Begging for Incest is a slamming brutal death metal/deathcore band from Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The band was formed in 2007 by… Disfiguring the Goddess 55,383 listeners Disfiguring the Goddess is a one-man slam death metal band created by Cameron Argon (aka Big Chocolate) in Minden, Nevada in 2006. As its sole… Epicardiectomy 3,944 listeners Czech slamming brutal death metal band Epicardiectomy has been started in year of 2007 in Prague by Milan on drums and Zelda on guitar/vocals… Vomit The Soul 7,899 listeners Vomit the Soul was an Italian slam death metal band from Lecco, Lombardy, Italy named after Cannibal Corpse's song "Vomit The Soul". The band… Artery Eruption 3,503 listeners Artery Eruption is a slam death metal band based in Clovis, California.
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    "Made of Metal" News \m/

    Slam death metal music Wiki Slam death metal is a style of brutal death metal subgenre which focuses on the 'mosh' parts (slams) rather than the blasting parts. The genre started in 1991 by the idea focused by Internal Bleeding but was not recognised as an official sub-genre until 1995 when their debut album Voracious Contempt was released. This was still not enough for most fans to go over to calling it slam death metal. However, Devourment changed this with their debut release in 1997 and made it highly exposed. The genre is widely unknown to the masses of the death metal scene and if heard, sometimes ignored by the death metal fans. Many feel it is just brutal death metal with heavy influences on breakdowns. However, some of these aforementioned artists can not just be put into brutal death metal genre as their unique twist to the genre removes them from brutal death. Apart from this the genre is however, accepted by a lot of fans all over the world and there are more and more websites, blogs and venues using the term within the scene.
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