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    March 23, 2014
    "On January 24, 1973, İbrahim Kaypakkaya and his comrades were attacked by Turkish military forces in the mountains of Dersim. He was wounded badly, while a number of his comrades died. The military left Kaypakkaya for dead, allowing him to avoid capture. During that winter, severe weather conditions and snow forced him to take shelter in a cave for five days. Thereafter, he left for a village where he asked for assistance from a local teacher. Initially, the man allowed Kaypakkaya to take shelter in a room but then locked the door and reported him to the military. The military officers tortured Kaypakkaya under custody in Diyarbakır Prison, infamous for its brutal treatment of inmates, for 4 months. In one instance, he was tortured for two weeks after which he was forced to walk barefoot over 50 km snow and icy rivers from city to city. On 18 May 1973, he was tortured to the brink of death and then shot and killed by military officers at the age of 24. His corpse was mutilated and cut up.”

    "On January 24, 1973, İbrahim Kaypakkaya and his comrades were attacked by Turkish military forces in the mountains of Dersim. He was wounded badly, while a number of his comrades died. The military left Kaypakkaya for dead, allowing him to avoid capture. During that winter, severe weather conditions and snow forced him to take shelter in a cave for five days. Thereafter, he left for a village where he asked for assistance from a local teacher. Initially, the man allowed Kaypakkaya to take shelter in a room but then locked the door and reported him to the military.

    The military officers tortured Kaypakkaya under custody in Diyarbakır Prison, infamous for its brutal treatment of inmates, for 4 months. In one instance, he was tortured for two weeks after which he was forced to walk barefoot over 50 km snow and icy rivers from city to city. On 18 May 1973, he was tortured to the brink of death and then shot and killed by military officers at the age of 24. His corpse was mutilated and cut up.”


    March 17, 2014

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    March 14, 2014
    recently

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    February 10, 2014
    I was so lazy I didn’t even try to listen to anything that wasn’t present on my playlist already. Was so burnt out and disgruntled about music as a whole I settled down to reading new release bulletins from some major websites. It just felt like traveling by foot to another place just to see the same dull and abashed suburbs.
Just as I wanted to tear my insides out seeing the superkvlt ultra satanic revival movement which got itself going in the last 3-4 years, the new school hardcore bands covered with baphomets and pentagrams which enjoy some mild success by shamelessly ripping off bands like Cursed and Integrity made me feel like bored to death and beyond from hardcore altogether.
Enter Seizures, with their latest release The Sanity Universal.
As raw as the humble beginnings of Converge, and hailing the 21st century musical god Trent Reznor with its melodic atmosphere and solid riffage, Seizures’ second album presents a recording that is as organic as it comes. The whole recording sounds like a good rehearsal full with energy recorded by the mistake of an excited studio technician. Drums sound like the bastardized child of a mountain troll and a Pershing tank, pummeling with ferocity under the baleful screams, which somehow manage to sound agonized and vehement at the same time.
It’s not unusual for a good band to make some forward progress on every release. Seems like Seizures possessed (and still does) so much untapped potential in them, to be exhumed and slapped in your face in the upcoming years. Contrary to chained and botchy chaotic guitars and drums that other bands like to abuse, their chaoticism is far from being horrendously irritating. It feels clean and pure, like drifting away in the vacuum of space with the closest hope of survival light years away.
Watching Seizures live just got embedded into my to do before I die list, in bold letters. The Sanity Universal is already available in their bandcamp, and looks like it’ll be pressed on black gold soon by Melotov Records.

    I was so lazy I didn’t even try to listen to anything that wasn’t present on my playlist already. Was so burnt out and disgruntled about music as a whole I settled down to reading new release bulletins from some major websites. It just felt like traveling by foot to another place just to see the same dull and abashed suburbs.

    Just as I wanted to tear my insides out seeing the superkvlt ultra satanic revival movement which got itself going in the last 3-4 years, the new school hardcore bands covered with baphomets and pentagrams which enjoy some mild success by shamelessly ripping off bands like Cursed and Integrity made me feel like bored to death and beyond from hardcore altogether.

    Enter Seizures, with their latest release The Sanity Universal.

    As raw as the humble beginnings of Converge, and hailing the 21st century musical god Trent Reznor with its melodic atmosphere and solid riffage, Seizures’ second album presents a recording that is as organic as it comes. The whole recording sounds like a good rehearsal full with energy recorded by the mistake of an excited studio technician. Drums sound like the bastardized child of a mountain troll and a Pershing tank, pummeling with ferocity under the baleful screams, which somehow manage to sound agonized and vehement at the same time.

    It’s not unusual for a good band to make some forward progress on every release. Seems like Seizures possessed (and still does) so much untapped potential in them, to be exhumed and slapped in your face in the upcoming years. Contrary to chained and botchy chaotic guitars and drums that other bands like to abuse, their chaoticism is far from being horrendously irritating. It feels clean and pure, like drifting away in the vacuum of space with the closest hope of survival light years away.

    Watching Seizures live just got embedded into my to do before I die list, in bold letters. The Sanity Universal is already available in their bandcamp, and looks like it’ll be pressed on black gold soon by Melotov Records.

    February 7, 2014

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    February 7, 2014

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    February 7, 2014
    untrustyou:

Dominik Smialowski - The Pilot’s Melancholy

    untrustyou:

    Dominik Smialowski - The Pilot’s Melancholy

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    February 5, 2014
    tnawl:

Disfear: "Live The Storm"

    tnawl:

    Disfear: "Live The Storm"

    February 5, 2014
    well done

    well done

    February 5, 2014

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    February 3, 2014

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    February 2, 2014

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    February 1, 2014

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    February 1, 2014

    lifeless-mind:

    Iron Lung//Hatred Surge - Oppressor//Suppressor

    Withered body.
    Weathered face.
    Grit your teeth.
    Wear them away.
    I am stress in your jaws.
    I am stress between your eyes.
    Bury me deep so no one can see.
    Bury me deeper til you push me away.
    Burning bile.
    Aches and pains.
    Nights of restless sleep.
    I’m the only secret you can’t keep.
    I’m a fucking nuisance.
    I’m under your skin.

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    February 1, 2014

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