Women will never understand any Black Metal. At most they will pretend to enjoy it, like with most music.
What's the most "dude weed lmao" artist, song, or album of all time?
This picture is so accurate though all dad rock sucks.
Why do metal fans act like their genre is the most significant genre in the entire world, like there's a rift between the fan base and both sides think the other is a buncha faggots.
ITT: Albums Americans will never understand.
>I have Kanye West and Katy Perry.
Post 'em now /mu/!
I hate Merzbow, Boredoms, Gerogerigegege, Coil, Throbbing Gristle, Whitehouse, Nurse with Wound, Einstürzende Neubauten, Brainbombs, Death in June, Current 93, La Monte Young, Moondog, Lou Harrison, Henry Cowell, Luigi Russolo, Popol Vuh, Fishmans, Jean Jacques Perrey, Les Rallizes Dénudés, Rainbow Caroliner, Taj Mahal Travellers, Fushitsusha, Peter Brötzmann, John Cage, Scott Walker, Unwound, Dead, Frank Zappa, Morton Feldman, Captain Beefheart, Pharoah Sanders, Albert Ayler, Ornette Coleman, Alice Coltrane, Arnold Schoenberg, Pierre Boulez, György Ligeti, Karlheinz Stockhausen,...
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I have a kitty in my lap right now.
Wtf /mu/, is this real
Does anyone know anything about this band? Have they even been around before all this?
ITT: Albums with one track that is vastly superior to all others
Saw a cool looking video at the gym, now I can't find it fucking anywhere - A black haired girl in a studded leather jacket is riding on a sports bike at night, backlit by neon purple light. It had an 80s futuristic kind of vibe to it and didn't sound like a regular pop song. Definitely isn't the Taylor Swift song Google keeps giving me. Judging by the production quality, it looked like it had been made in the past year.
Greatly appreciate any help!!
Today's my 18th birthday! I can now post on 4chan. My first post on /mu/ but my taste is better than yours. AMA
Thoughts on the new Guided by Voices album?
I'm a huge fan of GBV but outside the first song, this album does nothing for me. Sounds (and essentially is) a third Teenage Guitar album.
So what do we think of this?