Braydon
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Braydon

22.A domesticated primate philosopher on an oxygen-supported carbon based planet circling a Type G star. Also a polymath of the arts and sciences, and animal at heart. I love attending concerts, black metal culture, drawing, reading, meeting like minded persons, runic lore, writing, bdsm, walks through nature, sampling her finest herbs and doing primal fitness. I am an activist and animist so my recent writings will take more focus on these, as well as other outside culture. Sometime in the near future i will move to UK and then Norway,

My other journals include:
http://aferalspirit.wordpress.com/
http://atmanentelechy.wordpress.com/
http://journeyoftheseer.tumblr.com/

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ArtMixed Media

Greetings, i believe it would be appropriate to say the pieces designed by Spacebrain seem to come from another dimension. Born in Germany now living in Oslo and adapted a fascination with horror and biomechanism, René M. Hamel started to craft weird experimental sculptures. Looking like real life versions of

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Literature

Pete Helmkamp is a true warrior of life, shedding his vocal and bass talents in the past for Revenge and Kerasphorus. Two war metal bands that blaze a blasphemic path of nuclear destruction in the face of the modern death metal scene. The latter disbanded a short time ago. What

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DocumentariesFilm

I was bred in the northern parts of Canada, and know the secrets of nature and have shared a close reverence for the ferality of it’s inhabitants and archaic landscape for an extremely long time. I was pleased to know as i matured there were others with the same thoughts

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FilmMovies

I was scavenging for some obscure film once and happened upon one from 1989 called’Der Todesking’ (lit. The King of Death). Then found out soon after the maker of the film, Jörg Buttgereit, was also behind Nekromantik, I had seen none of them but felt inclined to sit through and try

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Black Metal

Quite some years ago when I spent more time reading metal reviews I found an author going under the pseudonym of Scarlet, and her particular writings were completely unique in the sense that she did not waste time explaining to death the sound and characteristics of each track or comparing

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ArtBlack MetalMixed MediaPainting

Kim Carlsson from Lifelover and Hypothermia has quite a mentally different persona from almost everyone in this world. He was the original member of the former, and often stood out from the other members. He was known to mutilate himself on stage, and take copious amounts of drugs before the

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Black MetalFilmMusic

Stalaggh was a Dutch noise entity, set out to redefine the experience of the listener through audial provokation and expermentation with sound. No official members identites have been revealed but one interview exists, and they have been known to use the screams of mental patients for their recordings, as well

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Black MetalMusic

I’ve here collected a black armament of recordings made for the darkest portions of your life, when everything is gray, bleak, hopeless, suffering, and suicide is your only comfort. The suicidal/depressive black metal tag has created many imitators, and cheap copies void of any emotion but with this there is

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ArtPhotography

To root off this inquisitive interview, i shall ask where your inspirations come from, it seems by the aesthetics of your shots you at least hold a close reverence for nature and the dark side of life, is this true? Nature, nudity, shadows, fog, rain, antiquity and anything else I

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Film

About 6 years ago, as i was exploring the depths of obscure film, i found the truly weird ‘Begotten’. And it left a permanent scar on me. It was true horror in the way that i had never devoted my visual and hearing sense to such an experience, the first

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Black MetalDoomReviews

I discovered this black gem from a compilation that represented a third wave of Norwegian black metal. This division has 3 obscure members, and nothing is really known about them save for one or 2 interviews, one done by myself. They tread a unique path, as each individual does not

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Black MetalReviews

Since my cassette player on my stereo broke, I was rather upset. But in another sense did not feel a complete loss, as i only possessed cheap homemade tapes anyways. But after receiving a letter for Die Hard zine from Infamroth with a copy of Ved Graven inside, i immediately

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