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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 1:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



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Dark Funeral in 2007 when they acted in the pornmovie "Club Satan: The Witches Sabbath". They did NOT do any sex scenes according to the article I scanned this from (I haven't seen the movie). The article also writes about their role in the film, as "The Satans Disciples" where they drags the catholic girl to hell. On the pictures they pose with her (Paris Gables) and the other one with the director (Shane Bugbee).


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Notice the Swastika on the top right...this proves well again that "flirting" with NS and racism was common during the early 90ies Norwegian scene... Very Happy

Very interesting memorabilia anyways!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2019 5:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Dark Funeral in 2007 when they acted in the pornmovie "Club Satan: The Witches Sabbath". They did NOT do any sex scenes according to the article I scanned this from (I haven't seen the movie). The article also writes about their role in the film, as "The Satans Disciples" where they drags the catholic girl to hell. On the pictures they pose with her (Paris Gables) and the other one with the director (Shane Bugbee).


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Embarrassing clowns.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2019 5:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

PanzerGeneral wrote:
Oh I did not know that - I used to browse ebay just for fun and see how the prices were. But I did not notice them being banned. I think I saw some just a year or two ago - but I guess you can always try to get around the rules in some way. I could be mistaken though.

Pretty sure Burzum records/merch is still banned from ebay. So its not like ebay is particularity good at enforcing bans.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2019 6:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Laughing thanks for sharing that one, man
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

K.D.S. wrote:
PanzerGeneral wrote:
Tezcat wrote:
Little DARKTHRONE trivia for you:

The skulls on Darkthrone's UaFM cover photo were sent from Medellin, Colombia, to Nocturno Culto by Bull Metal

Did not believe a word when Bull Metal told me back in '93 but I did read an interview with Nocturno Culto in which he actually conformed the story. On how did a human skull could have been sent via intercontinental post mail back in the day is beyond my comprehension but hey! story seems legit.

Now, if I could only remember where did I read that interview... that would be great
Not so strange at all. I got mine the same way (we have a serious lack of human skull stores in my town). You know they send all sort of crazy stuff like drugs, drugs, drugs and weapons.
What would be a lot more interesting was if it did NOT come with the post...


Yep, and contrary to what most people might assume, owning / selling human osteology is actually perfectly legal in large areas of the world. Depending on regional / national legislature you usually don't even need to have papers documenting the skull's origin, and unless it's obvious that the material was stolen or otherwise ehm, 'unethically procured' there's not much authorities can or will do. I got one myself for EUR 250 or so last year.

Now I can very well imagine that those Colombian skulls were unethically sourced (e.g. someone went to do some good ol' fashioned grave robbing) rather than legitimate archeological finds, but hey, who knows!


Well, actually there was no need to go the proverbial grave robbery, you know. There is a local cemetery here in Medellin called "Cementerio Universal" which had been used for decades by the local authorities to bury the nomen nescio (nameless dead) bodies found and abandoned in the outskirts of the city and/or for poor people. When the time came, the remains were unearthed and basically scattered around the graveyard. You could walk in the place and pick whatever you wanted from the ground. Many a skull picked up over there ended up being used by local BM bands --included Typhon, Bull Metal's later band. On that interview, Nocturno Culto said on that iinterview that the skull was "probably a victim of the drug wars over there!".

On a side note about sending unethically sourced stuff by post mail:

There is a story about Necrobutcher being forced to sell ilegaldrugs around 90-91 to earn some money. Varg stated on one of his videos that the first time he met Euronymous, he and Harald Demonaz were told that Necrobutcher was "busy smoking hashish". There was a local rumor --again by Bull Metal-- about how Necrobutcher had gotten some weed seeds sent from Colombia by Bull Metal and that the seeds had been provided by Carlos Mario "La Bruja", PARABELLUM's guitar player...

Well, what do you know.... Tt turned out that the story is actually true! Kjetil Manheim was here in Medellin on july 2017. Not only he confirmed the story but we have it on video!that Necro sold weed that he cultivated but also that the seeds were sent to him from Colombia Smile

https://www.facebook.com/iuutyu/videos/10155056065611886/

Manheim during his visit to Medellin. This is at MASACRE's Alex Okendo's tattoo studio. Alex is telling the story in Spanish
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Necrobutcher $ignature $eed
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2019 1:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tezcat wrote:
K.D.S. wrote:
PanzerGeneral wrote:
Tezcat wrote:
Little DARKTHRONE trivia for you:

The skulls on Darkthrone's UaFM cover photo were sent from Medellin, Colombia, to Nocturno Culto by Bull Metal

Did not believe a word when Bull Metal told me back in '93 but I did read an interview with Nocturno Culto in which he actually conformed the story. On how did a human skull could have been sent via intercontinental post mail back in the day is beyond my comprehension but hey! story seems legit.

Now, if I could only remember where did I read that interview... that would be great
Not so strange at all. I got mine the same way (we have a serious lack of human skull stores in my town). You know they send all sort of crazy stuff like drugs, drugs, drugs and weapons.
What would be a lot more interesting was if it did NOT come with the post...


Yep, and contrary to what most people might assume, owning / selling human osteology is actually perfectly legal in large areas of the world. Depending on regional / national legislature you usually don't even need to have papers documenting the skull's origin, and unless it's obvious that the material was stolen or otherwise ehm, 'unethically procured' there's not much authorities can or will do. I got one myself for EUR 250 or so last year.

Now I can very well imagine that those Colombian skulls were unethically sourced (e.g. someone went to do some good ol' fashioned grave robbing) rather than legitimate archeological finds, but hey, who knows!


Well, actually there was no need to go the proverbial grave robbery, you know. There is a local cemetery here in Medellin called "Cementerio Universal" which had been used for decades by the local authorities to bury the nomen nescio (nameless dead) bodies found and abandoned in the outskirts of the city and/or for poor people. When the time came, the remains were unearthed and basically scattered around the graveyard. You could walk in the place and pick whatever you wanted from the ground. Many a skull picked up over there ended up being used by local BM bands --included Typhon, Bull Metal's later band. On that interview, Nocturno Culto said on that iinterview that the skull was "probably a victim of the drug wars over there!".

On a side note about sending unethically sourced stuff by post mail:

There is a story about Necrobutcher being forced to sell ilegaldrugs around 90-91 to earn some money. Varg stated on one of his videos that the first time he met Euronymous, he and Harald Demonaz were told that Necrobutcher was "busy smoking hashish". There was a local rumor --again by Bull Metal-- about how Necrobutcher had gotten some weed seeds sent from Colombia by Bull Metal and that the seeds had been provided by Carlos Mario "La Bruja", PARABELLUM's guitar player...

Well, what do you know.... Tt turned out that the story is actually true! Kjetil Manheim was here in Medellin on july 2017. Not only he confirmed the story but we have it on video!that Necro sold weed that he cultivated but also that the seeds were sent to him from Colombia Smile

https://www.facebook.com/iuutyu/videos/10155056065611886/

Manheim during his visit to Medellin. This is at MASACRE's Alex Okendo's tattoo studio. Alex is telling the story in Spanish
I have heard stories about that cemetery - it just seem so far out when you come from nice safe Scandinavia. But I must admit I am spellbound by the though of it being possible to pick up human bones from the ground. I would really like to visit that place once.

The pot seed story is great! But Im more fascinated with the "Cementerio Universal".
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I have heard stories about that cemetery - it just seem so far out when you come from nice safe Scandinavia. But I must admit I am spellbound by the though of it being possible to pick up human bones from the ground. I would really like to visit that place once.

The pot seed story is great! But Im more fascinated with the "Cementerio Universal".


I know it is off-topic... Not sure if it is still possible to do that but back in the day sure it was. Haven't been in the place for years but, you know? I will pay a visit just to see what does it look like today. I remember it was very, very creepy; this is a very Catholic city and for years the Church had the place to bury poor people who could not affod a proper burial, and for prostitutes, thieves, and homeless people. During the days of Pablo Escobar dead bodies were piled up and left at its gates or people were carried out to the cemetery during the night and were executed on the spot and their half-buried bodies were found the next morning. There were no ossuaries and, when the time came, they unearthed the older graves to make room and their remains were scattered on the ground. Lovely.

I know the city is trying to "recover" the place so I might as well pay a visit before the cemetery goes under some gentrification process. I will send you a PM if you want, with details and pictures if after my visit.
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Tezcat wrote:
PanzerGeneral wrote:
I have heard stories about that cemetery - it just seem so far out when you come from nice safe Scandinavia. But I must admit I am spellbound by the though of it being possible to pick up human bones from the ground. I would really like to visit that place once.

The pot seed story is great! But Im more fascinated with the "Cementerio Universal".


I know it is off-topic... Not sure if it is still possible to do that but back in the day sure it was. Haven't been in the place for years but, you know? I will pay a visit just to see what does it look like today. I remember it was very, very creepy; this is a very Catholic city and for years the Church had the place to bury poor people who could not affod a proper burial, and for prostitutes, thieves, and homeless people. During the days of Pablo Escobar dead bodies were piled up and left at its gates or people were carried out to the cemetery during the night and were executed on the spot and their half-buried bodies were found the next morning. There were no ossuaries and, when the time came, they unearthed the older graves to make room and their remains were scattered on the ground. Lovely.

I know the city is trying to "recover" the place so I might as well pay a visit before the cemetery goes under some gentrification process. I will send you a PM if you want, with details and pictures if after my visit.
My mate had a few contacts in Colombia and we were told stories like what you wrote above - fucking crazy and impossible for me to understand. Crazy and fascinating! I would love to see photos from that place - do take some if you have the possibility.
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Not exactly triva but a fun fact (and hopefully it may have happened to any of you)

When the first copy of MORTUARY DRAPE's «Into the Drape» vinyl EP arrived to Colombia, many MANY people got a cassette recorded by Bull Metal with it. The fun fact is that the guy recorded it at 33 1/3 RPM (the vinyl label did not have an indication about the actual speed which is 45 RPM) so we all were convinced that MORTUARY DRAPE were a doom/black metal band and we thought they were quite original ("oh, you see? no blast beats, just pure feeling, man!"). A whole generation of metalheads actually believed that (me included)... until the thing came out on CD. Some people to this day actually like the 'slower' version the most

Hilarious, isn't it
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Tezcat wrote:
Not exactly triva but a fun fact (and hopefully it may have happened to any of you)

When the first copy of MORTUARY DRAPE's «Into the Drape» vinyl EP arrived to Colombia, many MANY people got a cassette recorded by Bull Metal with it. The fun fact is that the guy recorded it at 33 1/3 RPM (the vinyl label did not have an indication about the actual speed which is 45 RPM) so we all were convinced that MORTUARY DRAPE were a doom/black metal band and we thought they were quite original ("oh, you see? no blast beats, just pure feeling, man!"). A whole generation of metalheads actually believed that (me included)... until the thing came out on CD. Some people to this day actually like the 'slower' version the most

Hilarious, isn't it
Good one. I remember this happening to someone with the first Mercyful Fate - and when he found out how the King really sang he did not like it any more.
On a side note I recommend Autopsy - retribution for the dead Mlp on 33rpm for the ultimate Autopsy horror doom.
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Thanks for these great and insightful posts about the Columbian scene, Tezcat and PanzerGeneral. I have created a topic specifically dedicated to it, so maybe we could continue the discussion there?

Link: http://nwnprod.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=68183
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