Thor-Varg

z.k., 20, Masculino, CanadáÚltima visita: 15 dias atrás

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  • power_gamer_6

    Your musical compatibility with Thor-Varg is HIGH Music you have in common includes Metsatöll, Winterfylleth, Devin Townsend Project, Týr and Amon Amarth." --- NOTHING CHANGED IN TWO DAYS BUT OK I'LL TAKE IT

    10 Nov 2014 Responder
  • power_gamer_6

    "Your musical compatibility with Thor-Varg is MEDIUM" WELL, it's a step up from LOW!

    7 Nov 2014 Responder
  • marte87

    Sounds awesome! I like to go hiking too, no matter which season it is. I'm sure you'll get to study linguistics eventually if you really want that. Enjoy your break as much as you can! Btw, have you ever been camping outside of Canada?

    6 Set 2014 Responder
  • funebre

    Do you like Sol Invictus at all?

    22 Ago 2014 Responder
  • marte87

    Slowpoke correction: studying

    2 Ago 2014 Responder
  • marte87

    Hey, yeah lol, we've been friends in here for quite a while now. I've even posted you a shout earlier. Also, thanks, I'm very satisfied with my choice of major. I've been studing for three years now, one more to go. It involves carrying on the traditions as well as combining them with modern technologies (designing the structures by using autocad, using modern and traditional tools, etc.). If you're more interested you can check my course page: https://www.facebook.com/RehitusIV/photos_stream?tab=photos_albums Similar kind of profession is taught in Ontario as well (at least it's the only place I know of) https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-School-of-Restoration-Arts-at-Willowbank/110437969008509# I could keep on going, but looks like now I've sent enough spam for today. Are you studing something too?

    31 Jul 2014 Responder
  • power_gamer_6

    LOLOL Y U MAD THO

    30 Jul 2014 Responder
  • Ashavari

    why howdy! you have excellent taste *nods vigorously* DRUDKHHHH

    13 Jun 2014 Responder
  • funebre

    68 plays of Rose Clouds of Holocaust. Very nice.

    31 Mai 2014 Responder
  • LHammerheart

    Horn?

    30 Mai 2014 Responder
  • Keolia

    Shit-tier? Nothing wrong with Burzum, Agalloch, or Bathory though!

    24 Mai 2014 Responder
  • Azerohn

    I found some great band thanks to similar taste in music! Very nice profile, I wish you all the best!

    4 Abr 2014 Responder
  • cybrauralninjuh

    \m/

    6 Fev 2014 Responder
  • marte87

    Cheers! I can say the same about your charts! It's also great to see that we share the same interests.

    13 Dez 2013 Responder
  • maleficam

    I am indeed! I really hope you can. It was quite expensive, all things considered, but it was worth it. I have actually been getting into homebrewing recently. First up is mead. My partner has made many different things, such as meads and beers and gruit. At one point he had a yarrow tincture that smelled just like the herbal brew, so I believe the brew was heavy on yarrow. Maybe I will attempt a replica once I figure out how all of it works! Maybe Arktau Eos will be back next year, and I can ask them!

    13 Dez 2013 Responder
  • maleficam

    It was 5am by the time I got back to the jeep, and we all only got an hour or three of sleep before we headed off to the airport. Overall, it was a weekend of severe sleep deprivation, and I was probably the coldest I have ever been--and ever will be--in my life. Still, I enjoyed every moment. It was a brilliant adventure, and I would do it again in a heartbeat...even just for Arktau Eos.

    8 Nov 2013 Responder
  • maleficam

    After they finished I went back down to stage 3 and waited for Arktau Eos. By then it was something like 3:30am, and colder still. My feet were painful stumps, half ice, half fire. It just kept getting colder. Hay had been laid down to soak up the remnants of the rain, but everything remained damp. It felt like I would never be warm or dry again. There were maybe a dozen of us there waiting for Arktau Eos. Imagine the scene: it is after 4 in the morning, no one has had any sleep, we are on the side of a mountain in the forest with the moon behind the stage, the air is crisp, and there are a dozen people shivering as this band comes on, sitting rather huddled together on top of damp hay. Their set...was mindblowing, and everyone watching was really into it. They passed around this handmade herbal brew that tasted something like a yarrow tincture smells. It was spicy and warming and delicious. And drone! And throat singing! What an excellent way to close the festival.

    8 Nov 2013 Responder
  • maleficam

    I hadn't listened to Hexvessel before going and fully intended to check them out based on your recommendation. I started watching Poison Ring on the other stage while they soundchecked, though, and I was so impressed with his set that I stayed for its entirety. It was one man doing performance art, I guess, while crafting different noises using vinyls. It was eerie and droney and exactly what I wanted (I was listening to drone constantly in September). The band I was looking most forward to was Arktau Eos, who were set to play at 1am or something. There were still six or seven bands before them, averaging an hour each, by 10pm, so I went back to the jeep for a while because I could not handle the cold any longer. I ventured out again around 2am, this time wearing a blanket over my coat. Their stage was still vacant, so I went up to the first stage to discover Halo Manash setting up. They were another favourite. More delicious drone, and the hour was perfect!

    8 Nov 2013 Responder
  • maleficam

    The music on Sunday began with Blood and sun on Stage 3, which was the smallest stage. Most of those left on the festival grounds emerged to watch the set. It was a good way to start things off, especially after the bleak mood of the previous day. There were more set delays too, and no band played at the time they were listed to play at. I spent the entirety of Sunday walking between Stage 1 and Stage 2 (maybe ten minutes between them) with feet so cold that every step shot tingles up my legs, with only shoddy guesswork to go by on who would be playing at that time. On one of those jots I caught the end of Common Eider, King Eider. They were incredible, and one of my top four of all the bands I saw. They had two violinists and varied vocals, including some throat singing (of which I have been extremely fond in recent months). I also caught some of Bell Witch again. Velnias is probably the only full set I saw. I always love seeing them play.

    8 Nov 2013 Responder
  • maleficam

    Somebody took pity on the few people left, and everyone was served a free hot meal under the tarps in the artist area. We realised that sleeping in our tents would be impossible because of the rain and cold, and so we ended up sleeping in the jeep. It was cold enough that we kept waking every hour or so to put the heat on. Around five or six am we woke up to everything covered in frost, mist, and snow. It was beautiful. We just kind of watched it for a while, and eventually began to wander. One of us got a wifi signal and kept checking the Facebook page for updates, but there was very little communication on the part of the organisers. No one knew when bands would start for hours, and the lineup was changed several times. Unfortunately the weather also meant that many bands had to cancel, and the remaining were doubled up on two of the stages. The original setlist had no overlap. Sets were shortened in attempt to accommodate everyone, but as Sunday went on many more bands cancelled.

    8 Nov 2013 Responder
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Sobre mim

Music lover, nature lover, outdoorsman, ISTP.
Into linguistics, anthropology, history, the occult, biology and ecology, among other stuff.

I am the master of unholy subsonic frequencies bassist for the band Unbowed, based in Guelph, Canada.

I have an eclectic palate, but I primarily listen to (atmospheric) black metal, traditional European music, folk music, neofolk, and various types of IDM. Genres don't matter to me so much as atmosphere and mood do, but I'm most actively involved in black metal and traditional European music.

My custom artists generally show what I'm listening to a lot during a given time frame. Sometimes the scrobbles are low because I don't listen on the computer much anymore.
My overall charts are severely inaccurate at this point, and for a more realistic view of my favourite/most played artists, it's a better idea to examine the last 6-12 months.

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