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posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 03:19 AM
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originally posted by: Velatropa24
a reply to: outofstep

Incubus are not death metal. Neither is mortification. You people are so confused.

Christian death metal:

- Crimson moonlight
- Extol (but only the early stuff before they changed to gay screamo).


No, it is you who is confused. Not only was Mortification (and Incubus) Christian Death/Thrash Metal, but Steve Rowe (vocalist) of Mortification literally has numerous videos (and "preachings") on Youtube to this day professing "Jesus Christ" -- like he lyrically did when writing for Mortification. Nuclear Blast records signed them on right away. I grew up on late '80s/early '90s Death Metal. I bought their debut on tape at a local record store way back when. The band Living Sacrifice was also a pretty prominent Christian Death Metal act in the early '90s. They changed their style over the years, and now play generic sh**, but their debut and second album are pretty solid, musically. Not as "oil & water" as many would have you. Lyrically Christian; musically Death Metal.


edit on 9-1-2017 by Kromlech because: (no reason given)




posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 03:28 AM
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originally posted by: Velatropa24
a reply to: outofstep

Incubus are not death metal. Neither is mortification. You people are so confused.

Christian death metal:

- Crimson moonlight
- Extol (but only the early stuff before they changed to gay screamo).


There are two bands called Incubus (which I always found daft). Actually, hold the phone, it seems Death/Thrash Metal Incubus from Louisiana split for a bit in '91 and when they came back in 2000 they had to change their name to stop being confused with Incubus, they are now called Opprobrium. They have Christian elements to their music too.

For the record, the Christian version of Black Metal is called White Metal (and sometimes Un-Black Metal) and the Christian version of Death Metal is Life Metal...
edit on 9/1/17 by djz3ro because: I had to move a space and change Light Metal to Life Metal...



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 04:40 AM
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I love Manowar songs (fantasy, warrior songs).
However, one of them is quite evil (the demon's whip).



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 04:53 AM
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a reply to: peter vlar

You say tomato i say death metal



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 04:58 AM
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originally posted by: Kromlech

No, it is you who is confused. Not only was Mortification (and Incubus) Christian Death/Thrash Metal


All the way through your post you kept saying Christian Death Metal, which reminded me of Christian Death. OK, so they're a Deathrock band (are we confusing anyone with the mount of genres floating about yet?)

They do a really good cover of Sex Dwarf by Soft Cell...




posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 05:29 AM
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originally posted by: djz3ro

originally posted by: Kromlech

No, it is you who is confused. Not only was Mortification (and Incubus) Christian Death/Thrash Metal


All the way through your post you kept saying Christian Death Metal, which reminded me of Christian Death. OK, so they're a Deathrock band (are we confusing anyone with the mount of genres floating about yet?)

They do a really good cover of Sex Dwarf by Soft Cell...



Guy, I simply corrected you. That is all. Nothing more. Nothing to lose sleep over. I've been listening to extreme Metal for quite a long time now (25+ years). When I sees something wrong, I calls it out (I particularly happen to include facts; whoa is me). Christian Death is post-punk/Industrial, btw. If you're confusing post-punk/Industrial with Death Metal, then either get your ears checked, or stop being an ignorant newbie. How does Christian Death "remind" you of Death Metal, exactly? Be specific. The name? I hates me some ignorance.
Nothing more appetizing or refreshing.
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posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 05:32 AM
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Do Iron Maiden count?
Just want to know if I should make some sacrifices...


edit on 9/1/2017 by UKTruth because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 05:37 AM
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originally posted by: Kromlech

originally posted by: djz3ro

originally posted by: Kromlech

No, it is you who is confused. Not only was Mortification (and Incubus) Christian Death/Thrash Metal


All the way through your post you kept saying Christian Death Metal, which reminded me of Christian Death. OK, so they're a Deathrock band (are we confusing anyone with the mount of genres floating about yet?)

They do a really good cover of Sex Dwarf by Soft Cell...



Guy, I simply corrected you. That is all. Nothing more. Nothing to lose sleep over. I've been listening to extreme Metal for quite a long time now (25+ years). When I sees something wrong, I calls it out (I particularly happen to include facts; whoa is me). Christian Death is post-punk/Industrial, btw. If you're confusing post-punk/Industrial with Death Metal, then either get your ears checked, or stop being an ignorant newbie. How does Christian Death "remind" you of Death Metal, exactly? Be specific. The name? I hates me some ignorance.
Nothing more appetizing or refreshing.


First up, not a Newbie, I've been a Rock, Metal, Punk, Industrial and Alternative dj since 1997. Secondly, I didn't confuse anything, you saying Christian Death Metal reminded me of Christian Death (hint, it's the same words without 'Metal' at the end)

Speaking of ignorance, you hadn't corrected me until this post, where you did so erroneously and I certainly wouldn't lose any sleep over it...



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 05:40 AM
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posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 05:44 AM
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originally posted by: djz3ro

originally posted by: Kromlech

originally posted by: djz3ro

originally posted by: Kromlech

No, it is you who is confused. Not only was Mortification (and Incubus) Christian Death/Thrash Metal


All the way through your post you kept saying Christian Death Metal, which reminded me of Christian Death. OK, so they're a Deathrock band (are we confusing anyone with the mount of genres floating about yet?)

They do a really good cover of Sex Dwarf by Soft Cell...



Guy, I simply corrected you. That is all. Nothing more. Nothing to lose sleep over. I've been listening to extreme Metal for quite a long time now (25+ years). When I sees something wrong, I calls it out (I particularly happen to include facts; whoa is me). Christian Death is post-punk/Industrial, btw. If you're confusing post-punk/Industrial with Death Metal, then either get your ears checked, or stop being an ignorant newbie. How does Christian Death "remind" you of Death Metal, exactly? Be specific. The name? I hates me some ignorance.
Nothing more appetizing or refreshing.


First up, not a Newbie, I've been a Rock, Metal, Punk, Industrial and Alternative dj since 1997. Secondly, I didn't confuse anything, you saying Christian Death Metal reminded me of Christian Death (hint, it's the same words without 'Metal' at the end)

Speaking of ignorance, you hadn't corrected me until this post, where you did so erroneously and I certainly wouldn't lose any sleep over it...


lol, WTF does a post-punk/Industrial band have to do with Death Metal? Absolutely zero. I question what YOU brought up. Reminds you of Death Metal, how? I'm all ears.



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 05:50 AM
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originally posted by: Kromlech

originally posted by: Velatropa24
a reply to: outofstep

Incubus are not death metal. Neither is mortification. You people are so confused.

Christian death metal:

- Crimson moonlight
- Extol (but only the early stuff before they changed to gay screamo).


No, it is you who is confused. Not only was Mortification (and Incubus) Christian Death/Thrash Metal, but Steve Rowe (vocalist) of Mortification literally has numerous videos (and "preachings") on Youtube to this day professing "Jesus Christ" -- like he lyrically did when writing for Mortification. Nuclear Blast records signed them on right away. I grew up on late '80s/early '90s Death Metal. I bought their debut on tape at a local record store way back when. The band Living Sacrifice was also a pretty prominent Christian Death Metal act in the early '90s. They changed their style over the years, and now play generic sh**, but their debut and second album are pretty solid, musically. Not as "oil & water" as many would have you. Lyrically Christian; musically Death Metal.



The confusion around the issue has already been addressed by me twise. Please go back and read. There is no need to carry this on.



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 05:58 AM
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originally posted by: Velatropa24

originally posted by: Kromlech

originally posted by: Velatropa24
a reply to: outofstep

Incubus are not death metal. Neither is mortification. You people are so confused.

Christian death metal:

- Crimson moonlight
- Extol (but only the early stuff before they changed to gay screamo).


No, it is you who is confused. Not only was Mortification (and Incubus) Christian Death/Thrash Metal, but Steve Rowe (vocalist) of Mortification literally has numerous videos (and "preachings") on Youtube to this day professing "Jesus Christ" -- like he lyrically did when writing for Mortification. Nuclear Blast records signed them on right away. I grew up on late '80s/early '90s Death Metal. I bought their debut on tape at a local record store way back when. The band Living Sacrifice was also a pretty prominent Christian Death Metal act in the early '90s. They changed their style over the years, and now play generic sh**, but their debut and second album are pretty solid, musically. Not as "oil & water" as many would have you. Lyrically Christian; musically Death Metal.



The confusion around the issue has already been addressed by me twise. Please go back and read. There is no need to carry this on.


Confusion? What confusion? Lol, you're confused about WHAT, exactly? Oh please attempt to "school" me on extreme Metal. I await the hilarity.



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 06:04 AM
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originally posted by: Kromlech

originally posted by: Velatropa24

originally posted by: Kromlech

originally posted by: Velatropa24
a reply to: outofstep

Incubus are not death metal. Neither is mortification. You people are so confused.

Christian death metal:

- Crimson moonlight
- Extol (but only the early stuff before they changed to gay screamo).


No, it is you who is confused. Not only was Mortification (and Incubus) Christian Death/Thrash Metal, but Steve Rowe (vocalist) of Mortification literally has numerous videos (and "preachings") on Youtube to this day professing "Jesus Christ" -- like he lyrically did when writing for Mortification. Nuclear Blast records signed them on right away. I grew up on late '80s/early '90s Death Metal. I bought their debut on tape at a local record store way back when. The band Living Sacrifice was also a pretty prominent Christian Death Metal act in the early '90s. They changed their style over the years, and now play generic sh**, but their debut and second album are pretty solid, musically. Not as "oil & water" as many would have you. Lyrically Christian; musically Death Metal.



The confusion around the issue has already been addressed by me twise. Please go back and read. There is no need to carry this on.


Confusion? What confusion? Lol, you're confused about WHAT, exactly? Oh please attempt to "school" me on extreme Metal. I await the hilarity.


I'm sorry, if you have trouble understanding what is written, then I can't do much else for you. I chose not to participate in chewing things over for you. If you have anything new to offer, I may consider replying, if you however want to dwell on old # which is no longer relevant, count me out. Peace.



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 06:14 AM
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Lightweights, all of them.





posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 06:16 AM
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originally posted by: Kromlech

lol, WTF does a post-punk/Industrial band have to do with Death Metal? Absolutely zero. I question what YOU brought up. Reminds you of Death Metal, how? I'm all ears.


Wow, are you actually reading what I'm saying or are you just making up my half of the conversation. I'm not a Newbie to metal of any variety as I've been Djing (not playing in a band) at Metal clubs since 1997 and listening to it for a good 5 years before that, I can play anything but I specialise in Alternative styles like Punk, Metal, Rock and Industrial (post-punk was what you said, not me, though I do play some from time-to-time.) I never said Christian Death reminded me of Death Metal, I said that you mentioning Christian Death Metal (bold added by me to give you a further clue) reminded me of the band name. I'm not explaining it a third time, if you don't understand this you can stay confused. I bet everyone else got my point first time round, ha ha....



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 06:23 AM
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originally posted by: Velatropa24

originally posted by: Kromlech

originally posted by: Velatropa24

originally posted by: Kromlech

originally posted by: Velatropa24
a reply to: outofstep

Incubus are not death metal. Neither is mortification. You people are so confused.

Christian death metal:

- Crimson moonlight
- Extol (but only the early stuff before they changed to gay screamo).


No, it is you who is confused. Not only was Mortification (and Incubus) Christian Death/Thrash Metal, but Steve Rowe (vocalist) of Mortification literally has numerous videos (and "preachings") on Youtube to this day professing "Jesus Christ" -- like he lyrically did when writing for Mortification. Nuclear Blast records signed them on right away. I grew up on late '80s/early '90s Death Metal. I bought their debut on tape at a local record store way back when. The band Living Sacrifice was also a pretty prominent Christian Death Metal act in the early '90s. They changed their style over the years, and now play generic sh**, but their debut and second album are pretty solid, musically. Not as "oil & water" as many would have you. Lyrically Christian; musically Death Metal.



The confusion around the issue has already been addressed by me twise. Please go back and read. There is no need to carry this on.


Confusion? What confusion? Lol, you're confused about WHAT, exactly? Oh please attempt to "school" me on extreme Metal. I await the hilarity.


I'm sorry, if you have trouble understanding what is written, then I can't do much else for you. I chose not to participate in chewing things over for you. If you have anything new to offer, I may consider replying, if you however want to dwell on old # which is no longer relevant, count me out. Peace.


I accept your official cop-out.



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 06:32 AM
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originally posted by: djz3ro

originally posted by: Kromlech

lol, WTF does a post-punk/Industrial band have to do with Death Metal? Absolutely zero. I question what YOU brought up. Reminds you of Death Metal, how? I'm all ears.


Wow, are you actually reading what I'm saying or are you just making up my half of the conversation. I'm not a Newbie to metal of any variety as I've been Djing (not playing in a band) at Metal clubs since 1997 and listening to it for a good 5 years before that, I can play anything but I specialise in Alternative styles like Punk, Metal, Rock and Industrial (post-punk was what you said, not me, though I do play some from time-to-time.) I never said Christian Death reminded me of Death Metal, I said that you mentioning Christian Death Metal (bold added by me to give you a further clue) reminded me of the band name. I'm not explaining it a third time, if you don't understand this you can stay confused. I bet everyone else got my point first time round, ha ha....


Oh I read your illiteracy on Metal. Hence my response.
Bring that sh** up a fourth time; get corrected the 5th and 10th time.



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 06:46 AM
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This guy would like to have a word with the OP.




posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 06:46 AM
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has Crunky directly responded to anyone ?

he seems unable to respond to my request

it's almost like he can't.......



posted on Jan, 9 2017 @ 07:01 AM
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originally posted by: kibric
has Crunky directly responded to anyone ?

he seems unable to respond to my request

it's almost like he can't.......


Crunky likes to post his hilarious disposition, and then NOT respond. Simply look at his other hilarious threads... Such as: celebrities being held in underground bases, and Donald Trump is an artificial clone of himself -- himself (the "real" Donald Trump is evidently being held in an underground base, and being controlled by "demonic" entities). We all have soul-feeding parasites on us. Oh Crunky... stop using a keyboard ASAP.
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