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Skelator "Swords" EP album cover (Corum on cover)

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  • Yisselda
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    A tasty bit of artwork. Is there a Moorcock link to the lyrics?
    Mikey C wrote.

    If your refering to the picture of the album in the first post, yeah.

    Id say,thought ive not heard it, that the albums something to do with the first 3 Corum books. Theye are called the Swords trilogy.

    I admit, I could be wrong.
    Posted: Sat Nov 19, 2005 10:50 pm Post subject:

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    yolanda wrote:
    Are they really heavy /death metal? I like Seether and Drowning pool, but i feel the need to get into heavier music.

    I think when you get into rock and metal, you get into heavier and louder music. Next year i will be into death metal. If it goes like that ill be a heavy goth instead of a Light Goth.



    Real death metal is as close to Goth as the Cure is to Slayer.

    If you want to hear some great Death Metal, check out:

    http://www.illogicist.com/emptywords/vi...ension.mpg

    (You may want to completely download it before you try to play it.)

    Their first 4 records, from Scream Bloody Gore to Human are classics. You do not get any more death metal than DEATH itself.

    Lyrics to song on video:

    Quote:
    5. LACK OF COMPREHENSION

    A condemming fear strikes down
    Things they cannot understand
    An excuse to cover up weaknesses that lie within
    Lies
    Laying your guilt and pain
    On people that had no part in the molding of a life
    That creates its destruction
    Lies
    Right before your very eyes
    A reflections of the mistakes
    To the end you will deny
    Your part in the demise of a life
    Lack of Comprehension
    Thriving on your clichأ©
    Compelled by self-resentment

    Reaching into the minds of those that created
    The depression in which they
    In which they drowned their flesh and blood
    Lies
    So easy to blame the
    Everlasting fear on a pathetic attempt
    To justify the ending of life
    Lies
    Right before your very eyes
    A reflections of the mistakes
    To the end you will deny
    Your part in the end of a life
    Lack of Comprehension
    Thriving on your clichأ©
    Compelled by self-resentment


    Those lyrics are surprisingly good. I, not knowing a lot about Death Metal, thought they would be more gory.

    I am only just getting the knack of cutting and pasting, so ignore any mistakes.

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  • Mikey_C
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    A tasty bit of artwork. Is there a Moorcock link to the lyrics?

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  • VeteranOfThePsychicWars
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    Originally posted by yolanda
    Are they really heavy /death metal? I like Seether and Drowning pool, but i feel the need to get into heavier music.

    I think when you get into rock and metal, you get into heavier and louder music. Next year i will be into death metal. If it goes like that ill be a heavy goth instead of a Light Goth.

    Real death metal is as close to Goth as the Cure is to Slayer.

    If you want to hear some great Death Metal, check out:

    http://www.illogicist.com/emptywords...prehension.mpg

    (You may want to completely download it before you try to play it.)

    Their first 4 records, from Scream Bloody Gore to Human are classics. You do not get any more death metal than DEATH itself.

    Lyrics to song on video:

    5. LACK OF COMPREHENSION

    A condemming fear strikes down
    Things they cannot understand
    An excuse to cover up weaknesses that lie within
    Lies
    Laying your guilt and pain
    On people that had no part in the molding of a life
    That creates its destruction
    Lies
    Right before your very eyes
    A reflections of the mistakes
    To the end you will deny
    Your part in the demise of a life
    Lack of Comprehension
    Thriving on your clichأ©
    Compelled by self-resentment

    Reaching into the minds of those that created
    The depression in which they
    In which they drowned their flesh and blood
    Lies
    So easy to blame the
    Everlasting fear on a pathetic attempt
    To justify the ending of life
    Lies
    Right before your very eyes
    A reflections of the mistakes
    To the end you will deny
    Your part in the end of a life
    Lack of Comprehension
    Thriving on your clichأ©
    Compelled by self-resentment
    http://www.emptywords.org/WORKS.htm

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  • Yisselda
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    Are they really heavy /death metal? I like Seether and Drowning pool, but i feel the need to get into heavier music.

    I think when you get into rock and metal, you get into heavier and louder music. Next year i will be into death metal. If it goes like that ill be a heavy goth instead of a Light Goth.

    Leave a comment:


  • Azariel
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    Originally posted by yolanda
    Thats intersesting. But what has the picture got to do with the album? Id have thought a skeleton would have been more likely.Given the bands name.

    I was expecting a picture of Skeletorr from He Man.
    The earlier album already did that! And had many Skelator/Heman referances incluing: "Skelator," "She Ra (Will Be Mine)" and my favorite "The Skelatorian Manifesto" (all available for download at the band's site)


    Originally posted by yolanda
    Did you add the bit in brackets in the title of this thread cos people didnt think it was MM.
    I notice the torn red cloak instantly and put two and two togather - but then again those unfamiliar with the band's mannerisms would have lost the connotation :D

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  • Azariel
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    Re: Skelator "Swords" EP album cover (Corum on cov

    Originally posted by ApocalypticVision
    these guys are good friends of mine which play heavy metal from here in San Diego!

    Damn! You lucky dog, I love skelator! I have them on myspace, their awesome! And Yolanda, you should listen to the music - it give you an idea why the cover is the way it is :D

    Give me metal or give me death!

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  • Yisselda
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    Thats intersesting. But what has the picture got to do with the album? Id have thought a skeleton would have been more likely.Given the bands name.

    I was expecting a picture of Skeletorr from He Man.

    The picture looks a bit Final Fantasy. Similer to the Yoshitako Amano picture on the omnibus.Interesting sword.

    Did you add the bit in brackets in the title of this thread cos people didnt think it was MM.

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  • Skelator "Swords" EP album cover (Corum on cover)

    these guys are good friends of mine which play heavy metal from here in San Diego! check em out at http://www.trueskelator.com/ & http://www.myspace.com/skelator


    Corum facing the Chaos horde


    artwork done by Nathan Bockelman - http://www.csulb.edu/~nbockelm/index.htm

    email em to buy a copy of the EP
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