Ideologic

Ideologic

Stephen O’Malley

SLAYER MAGAZINE #20

Posted: Dec 28, 2010

The texts below was written by Metalion of Slayer Magazine:

SLAYER XX BLOOD FIRE DEATH

Interviews and articles with:

WATAIN
MORBID
WHIPLASH (Tony Scaglione)
BATHORY (several interviews and reviews in a somewhat big tribute feature)
666 (no)
SADUS
KREATOR
SAVAGE THRUST
MEDIEVAL
INVIDIOUS
DEATHRASH
OBSCURITY
NOCTURNAL GRAVES
SADISTIK EXEKUTION
SUNN O)))
GROTESQUE
MASTER’S HAMMER
DESTROYER 666
PAGAN ALTAR
STRID
JARBOE
FUNERAL MIST
NIFELHEIM
as well as other more or less familiar features.

This issue also contains a A2 pos...

Georges Bataille : Literature And Evil

Posted: Dec 25, 2010

The only TV interview that exists with Georges Bataille (1958). About his book Literature And Evil. Interviewer: Pierre Dumayet. Translation: hvolsvellir

Ancient Maya Temples Were Giant Loudspeakers?

Posted: Dec 25, 2010

from http://news.nationalgeographic.com/

Ancient Maya Temples Were Giant Loudspeakers?
Complexes may have used acoustic design to broadcast—and disorient.

Ker Than
for National Geographic News
Published December 16, 2010

Centuries before the first speakers and subwoofers, ancient Americans—intentionally or not—may have been turning buildings into giant sound amplifiers and distorters to enthrall or disorient audiences, archaeologists say.

Temples at the ancient Maya city of Palenque (map) in centra...

William Burroughs on…Led Zeppelin!

Posted: Dec 21, 2010

Rock Magic: Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin, And a search for the elusive Stairway to Heaven by William Burroughs, Crawdaddy Magazine, June 1975.

When I was first asked to write an article on the Led Zeppelin group, to be based on attending a concert and talking with Jimmy Page, I was not sure I could do it, not being sufficiently knowledgeable about music to attempt anything in the way of musical criticism or even evaluation. I decided simply to attend the concert and talk with Jimmy Page and let th...

CASPAR BRÖTZMANN MASSAKER @ Roadburn

Posted: Dec 20, 2010

Greg and I are proud and honored to announce that Caspar Brötzmann Massaker will be performing set during the SUNN O))) curated day at ROADBURN Festival April 15th 2011.

Brötzmann and his band have been a major source of inspiration on both of us over the years and we are very enthusiastic about the booking.

Globe Unity Orchestra - Drunken in the Morning Sunrise (1970/11/07)

Posted: Dec 20, 2010

November 7, 1970
Kongresshalle - Berliner Jazztage
Berlin, Germany

composition by Peter Brötzmann

Alexander von Schlippenbach - piano, percussion
Derek Bailey - electric guitar
Heinz Sauer - tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, alto saxophone
Peter Brötzmann - tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, basset horn
Evan Parker - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
Gerd Dudek - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute
Michel Pilz - bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, flute
Kenny Wheeler - trumpet, flugelhorn
Berna...

RIP Captain Beefheart

Posted: Dec 18, 2010

BEEFHEART PAINTINGS HERE: http://www.beefheart.com/runpaint/index.html

Don Van Vliet, ‘Captain Beefheart,’ Dies at 69
By BEN RATLIFF

Don Van Vliet, an artist of protean creativity who was known as Captain Beefheart during his days as an influential rock musician and who later led a reclusive life as a painter, died Friday. He was 69 and lived in Trinidad, Calif.

The cause was complications of multiple sclerosis, said Gordon VeneKlasen, a partner at the Michael Werner gallery in New York, where Mr...

new interview with DYLAN CARLSON

Posted: Dec 17, 2010

interview with dylan carlson
by Lori Goldston, Monday November 29, 2010

LG: How long has Earth been around?

DC: We started in ’89. In Olympia.

LG: I’m interested in what your original idea was, and what’s changed and what’s stayed the same.

DC: My first band was, you know, bad punk rock. At least in my world that’s how most people I know started up. Obviously some people have musical training and started somewhere else, but that’s where I started.

I was into rock music when I was a kid, but never r...

DAIKICHI AMANO | HUMAN NATURE

Posted: Dec 17, 2010

http://www.xn--bongot-0ya.com/human_nature.html

October 2010

DAIKICHI AMANO | HUMAN NATURE

Edition Bongoût | ISBN : 978-3-940907-09-07
23 x 31 cm, 128 pages, Hard Cover

In his photographs, Daikichi Amano (b.1973 in Japan), enfant terrible of Hokusai, does not shun even the most impossible types of
embraces.

In his monstrous orgies—elaborate and disturbingly sensual encounters of otherworldly beauty that flirts with the abject—angel-
faced women frolic with snakes and earthworms, elegantly contorted a...