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TIL a few days ago...

 

There is something called "pirate metal" as performed by a bunch of Scotsmen.

 

 

 

 

 

I had never expected to see a Scottish pirate metal band's music video featuring chicks in swimsuits washing a male donkey while performing a tribute to mexico. And when said Scottish pirate metal band's performance featuring chicks in swimsuits washing a male donkey has a better understanding of basic music theory than the preponderance of current pop music...

 

These are truly... times we live in.

 

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Sabbath Assembly is a band designed to scare parents in the 1970s.  Their songs are occult/psychodelic rock with noticeable progressive rock influences.  They sing heartfelt songs of praise to a triune entity comprised of Satan, Lucifer and Jesus.  It's heretical as fuck.  Probably listening to this will make you into a middle aged cat lady who sells scented candles at metaphysical festivals.

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On 1/27/2018 at 6:09 AM, Collimatrix said:

 

 

Sabbath Assembly is a band designed to scare parents in the 1970s.  Their songs are occult/psychodelic rock with noticeable progressive rock influences.  They sing heartfelt songs of praise to a triune entity comprised of Satan, Lucifer and Jesus.  It's heretical as fuck.  Probably listening to this will make you into a middle aged cat lady who sells scented candles at metaphysical festivals.

 

This would be a lot more shocking if we didn't live in a world where Satanists were suing the government for religious freedom.

 

Weak.

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Imagine my excitement to discover that there is a band called L7.

 

Imagine my disappointment to discover that they do not appear to be named after the ubiquitous Royal Ordnance 105mm rifled anti-tank gun.  They're some sort of proto-grunge, riot grrlll outfit that would throw used tampons at the audience.  I guess I'm OK with that.
 

 

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