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Haha, rasprava sa Blagojem i Louom je barem imala koliko-toliko smisla, ti dodjes samo da se obrukas

Drzi se ti pravoslavnog blek metala.

Ja HellSarma i ovaj u Sredini

Ti si moj čovek :D


Posebno ovo


Satanica, Thelema & Zos Kia Cultus su zlatno doba. U vremenu kad je Zos Kia Cultus bio aktuelan, postao sam fan. Kvalitet u kombinaciji sa osećajem nostalgije za tim periodom me i dan-danas dobro rade kad pustim.

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odgledah nastup sa Hellfest-a prošle godine

predobri su, treba ih gledati negde ove godine

em su usvirani, em je ceo nastup vizuelno sjajan

šteta što je bio dan

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Behemoth to release official biography on Metal Blade Records - Behemoth: Devil's Conquistadors out in February

Behemoth: Devil's Conquistadors by Łukasz Dunaj serves as the definitive Behemoth biography. This book, officially blessed, or rather damned, by Behemoth, serves as an in depth look at the history of the events that materially influenced the band. As Dunaj points out in the intro, this isn't "Poland's response to Motley Crue's biography The Dirt." Simply put Behemoth: Devil's Conquistadors is the story ofBehemoth, their music, and their rise to the upper echelon of metal and becoming a household name in their native homeland, Poland.


Behemoth: Devil's Conquistadors is a 490 page, hardcover tome that is being released by Metal Blade Records in February 2015. The book includes quotes and anecdotes from current and former members that provide context and details in addition to the author's narrative, plus interviews with Tomas Krajewski, Rob Darken, Graal, Havok, and more. The artistically presented pages are splattered with old scans of photos of the band, flyers, lyric sheets, etc. Pre-orders are available now atmetalblade.com/behemoth. The passages below serve as previews to the book.

From the foreword by Krzysztof Azarewicz:

"If, as a cultural anthropologist, I were to point to a single cosmic force which Behemoth's music expresses, I would name it not Satan but Dionysus. A deity that represents not only the intoxicating influence of cosmic energies and earthly benefits, but also their benevolent healing properties. A deity of strength and pride. A deity of creative might."

Nergal discusses the acquisition of his first electric guitar:

"The first communion was a very important moment for me. I know this sounds ridiculous, but it's true. Of course, not as a religion experience - I didn't understand anything and couldn't care less. Same as all the other kids. We all stood there with our votive candles and waited for one thing. Cash. The first communion must be one moment when you get the most money you're ever going to get as a child. And for this money, I bought myself my first electric guitar. Not a bike, no Legos - a guitar."



Bog na nebu Nergal na zemlji

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