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Shining (Swe) and Shining (Nor)
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Originally posted by Jake Kobrin Jake Kobrin wrote:

Originally posted by irrelevant irrelevant wrote:

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Also Univers Zero. 

I certainly agree with those two recommendations. And if you like This Heat, and are feeling adventurous, check out Virus: 



Or especially Ved Buens Ende if you're feeling more adventurous. ;)



But for REAL darkness there's:




Thanks. I hadn't heard any of those before. I especially liked Virus. Thumbs Up
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We need to share the PA peace-pipe around this thread... Wink

Here's another one for you, though. Shub-Niggurath!


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...there's 3 others parts too Tongue

I think this whole album is pretty dark, and "evil." Even the lyrics are dark. Others have mentioned it already, but I also agree with Tago Mago. Like one person said, it was not meant to sound dark, but it really does come off as dark, especially Augmn and Peking O. I remembered listening to that for the first time and I felt so disturbed, but I was so tranced out by the music that I had to finish it. It is a little hard to get into. Hopefully this helps you out for what you are looking for. Smile
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Just remembered. Morte Macabre - Symphonic Holocaust. From what you´ve listed, this should be right up your alley.
Great re-workings of old horror movie scores soaked in mellotron and a very Crimsonian feel to it.   
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There's a theme in César Francks organ piece "Grande pièce symphonique", in major key, which is tranquil but very grand, and profound. It couldn't be described by one word, such as "dark", but it gives me kind of an ominous feeling:
 
Try Coil. This could be frightening
 
If you like dark industrial electronic stuff, there is the "Silent Hill" videogames (1 and 2 in particular). This is a very good horror piece with a nice escalation. Maybe you want more harmonies and stuff, but you mentioned that you wanted music that give you the creeps, so..
 
This is a song from the Resident Evil videogame, which has great music.
It sounds similar to Art Zoyd, which I would recommend, I have "Faust" which is superb dark electronic avant-garde music.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Let me suggest this...I think it's both dark and evil.

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Originally posted by Epignosis Epignosis wrote:

Anything by The Flower Kings.
Yes, I completely agree with you, TFK is the ultimate occult band....... :p
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Originally posted by moshkito moshkito wrote:

Is the Scorpion evil because of it?


Yes.
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Originally posted by davidk davidk wrote:

I didn't ask for reading material I asked for music, and fyi you don't sound smart you just sound like you are trying to sound smart. Reading AC does not make you smart. Also, like stated before what is the point in wasting your time posting completely irrelevent bullsh*t on a post that has nothing to do with AC or reading for that matter? I don't really think anybody here including me really gives a sh*t if you think you are a genius?


A little more humility please. You're asking for people's help then ridiculing them for offering assistance.
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Originally posted by russellk russellk wrote:

Originally posted by davidk davidk wrote:

I didn't ask for reading material I asked for music, and fyi you don't sound smart you just sound like you are trying to sound smart. Reading AC does not make you smart. Also, like stated before what is the point in wasting your time posting completely irrelevent bullsh*t on a post that has nothing to do with AC or reading for that matter? I don't really think anybody here including me really gives a sh*t if you think you are a genius?


A little more humility please. You're asking for people's help then ridiculing them for offering assistance.

Because he's evil...LOL
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^ I did consider that... LOL
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I see many metal suggestions here, but Zeuhl is obviously the direction you should go for after devouring VDGG and King Crimson discography!
If you are not into Magma because of the vocals, try this modern instrumental Zeuhl/Avant stuff Thumbs Up


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Arachnoid's single album.
Arachnoid Arachnoïd album cover
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Heater valve kicking on.
Snotty noses being blown.
Griping.
Maybe cookies coming out of the oven???

C is for cookie, and it is good enough for me.

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Okay - it's 2am here in the UK and I'm too tired to read through this thread to see who has offended who and why. I'm locking this down until I'm more awake. In the mean time, all should consider that (like anything "spiritual") while some people find "evil" to be a real other people don't.

Edited by Dean - April 05 2011 at 20:06


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Okay - thread unlocked - 4 million posts hidden.
 
Let's keep this about MUSIC shall we chaps? (rhetorical question - we shall keep this about music)


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This is one of the darkest and most evil songs ever recorded. It is a song about a child molester and killer.. The lyrics are in German, but here the translation. The beginning is blasphemous too, of course, because it was Christ who said "Let the children come to me". So here the lyrics:

Child Molester:

"You let the children come to me!
In white gowns and flowers in their hair
I took away their virginity,
I just can't tell you how lovely it was"!

(Mad laughter.).

Angry Crowd:

"Serve the Beautiful, the Good, the True,
Whip him, he is already quivering for it.
Let him experience the sweet pain;
 He so craves for disgrace and ignominy!

Child Molester:

"We danced ring-a-ring-a-roses
And sang a beautiful song.
The smallest girl started crying for her mother
I softly speared her with my member".

(Mad laughter)

Angry Crowd:
"Come thee all and look at him!
His head shaved bald, and still he smiles.
Let's get to work, it's easily done!
Hang him, the lusty moloch".

The final words, spoken into the megaphone, appear to be nonsense syllables; at least I can not recognize anything.

And here the music that goes with them:


I think you will all agree that this is exceptionally dark.


Edited by BaldFriede - April 06 2011 at 17:30

BaldJean and I; I am the one in blue.
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^^Disgusting enough to reduce Comus to a bunch of choirboys. Having read the lyrics, I don't even want to play it.
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Originally posted by BaldFriede BaldFriede wrote:

This is one of the darkest and most evil songs ever recorded. It is a song about a child molester and killer.. The lyrics are in German, but here the translation. The beginning is blasphemous too, of course, because it was Christ who said "Let the children come to me". So here the lyrics:

Child Molester:

"You let the children come to me!
In white gowns and flowers in their hair
I took away their virginity,
I just can't tell you how lovely it was"!

(Mad laughter.).

Angry Crowd:

"Serve the Beautiful, the Good, the True,
Whip him, he is already quivering for it.
Let him experience the sweet pain;
 He so craves for disgrace and ignominy!

Child Molester:

"We danced ring-a-ring-a-roses
And sang a beautiful song.
The smallest girl started crying for her mother
I softly speared her with my member".

(Mad laughter)

Angry Crowd:
"Come thee all and look at him!
His head shaved bald, and still he smiles.
Let's get to work, it's easily done!
Hang him, the lusty moloch".

The final words, spoken into the megaphone, appear to be nonsense syllables; at least I can not recognize anything.

And here the music that goes with them:


I think you will all agree that this is exceptionally dark.

Thank you this is amazing!!! Lyrics are disturbing, but the song is awesome. 


Edited by davidk - April 06 2011 at 19:38
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Just remembered. Morte Macabre - Symphonic Holocaust. From what you´ve listed, this should be right up your alley.
Great re-workings of old horror movie scores soaked in mellotron and a very Crimsonian feel to it.   


This is amazing! Reminds me a lot of King Crimson. Do you know any other bands that use Mellotron in a similar type of way? 
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