Gila wrote:i'm gonna go listen to zz top!
I got a girl, she lives on the hill.
She won't do it but her sister will...
Good old ZZ Top.
scirmast wrote:GAAH!!? Damn, I was so hopeful when I heard you say ambient, but this is more of noise than ambient. Anyway, it's somewhat fair to not get them to play live if they use real mental patients
\o/ I listened the whole "song".
scar3crow wrote:new era: welcome to the board, glad to see others took notice of this post.
What is the label you work for? Its been a long while since I read that interview with... whoever it was that responded to Metal Maniac's emails.
I gave the mp3 you left on uploaded.com a brief listen, muted slightly. Ill give it a proper listen when Im at home (at work at the moment). Pretty good sounding stuff for their aims, whatever they may be. Im always on the lookout for sound that really captures a mood or perception well, whether it be positive or negative.
Ive received a lot of disparaging comments from others simply for bringing up Stalaggh because "theyre obviously doing it for the attention", which is potentially true but more likely a silly notion since if any of whoever is involved attempted to "cash in" on such, even in just a social format, it would dispel the entire image. Of course one must always wonder if they actually get mental patients for their recordings, or if we are just dealing with some particularly talented vocalists who are choosing a different route, circumventing the over-beaten path that is traditional black metal (you know, the tr00 necro kvlt kind).
I guess Stalaggh has succeeded in their mission thus far, in that to me, from what I have heard, their recordings, it sounds like a little tiny snippet of the actual Hell.
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