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Buttafuko: The Black Album

Post by hodgy » Tue Feb 09, 2010 5:51 pm

Out now. The best album you've ever heard.
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[url=http://www.buttafuko.com/]Hey, Buttafuko!![/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/buttafuko]More Buttafuko!![/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/hodgy666]Who, me?[/url]

[url=http://www.thebraindead.com]Lick it, Slam it, Suck it.[/url]

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Post by bleez » Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:24 pm

It's about god damn time.
[font=Impact][size=100]Bleez - SOLACE IN BLACK and BUTTAFÜKO[/size][/font]

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Post by Evil Red » Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:52 pm

Good! Bring me up one!
I made the Devil do it.

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Post by derek666 » Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:18 am

Good! Bring me down one!!!

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Post by Frank the Hammer » Wed Feb 10, 2010 4:18 pm

Good. Bring me over one!
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Post by MetalGoddess » Wed Feb 10, 2010 5:29 pm

Unlike these other peeps, I'd be willing to come to you to pick one up! ;)
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Unlike these other peeps, I'd be willing to come on you to pick one up! ;)
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Skipp and the Spice 5[the first pressing of "Douche, the cleaner of the beast" gets my fist in the air everytime!!!].

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Post by Evil Red » Wed Feb 10, 2010 10:46 pm

skipp666 wrote:Unlike these other peeps, I'd be willing to come on you to pick one up! ;)
HAHA! I'll pick you up and drive you myself if I can watch!
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Post by MetalGoddess » Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:11 am

skipp666 wrote:unlike these other peeps, i'd be willing to come on you to pick one up! ;)

roflmao!!! :d
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Post by LIVE FO RETSINIM » Thu Feb 11, 2010 1:01 pm

hodgy wrote:The best album you've ever heard.
ummm, I guess you can enjoy that statement for now, at least until the Anal Judicator album comes out. Then you will have to change that a bit.
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Post by hodgy » Thu Feb 11, 2010 6:06 pm

LIVE FO RETSINIM wrote:ummm, I guess you can enjoy that statement for now, at least until the Anal Judicator album comes out. Then you will have to change that a bit.
I'm not even gonna try to make a video better than AJ. It would be pointless.
[url=http://www.buttafuko.com/]Hey, Buttafuko!![/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/buttafuko]More Buttafuko!![/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/hodgy666]Who, me?[/url]

[url=http://www.thebraindead.com]Lick it, Slam it, Suck it.[/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/clawmusic]CLAW[/url]

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Post by Jib » Mon Feb 22, 2010 8:11 pm

Seattle metal = cheesy


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ElectricWizardJune 23rd, 2005, 01:07 PM
This is not a rant but more of a question to everyone. I like good heavy metal and have frequented the Seattle Metal forums to find some good bands to get into. To my suprise.... there are none. What I am finding instead are bands that are so silly in image and music that I am confused as to if these bands are Wierd Al Yankovich style parodies or if these bands are serious.

Example, names like "Tasty Gore" and "Satan's Ashtray" and "barefoot Barnicle." Are these band names serious or are they Weird Al style parodies? If they are parody bands then they aren't really doing a good job of making me laugh..... if they are serious then those have got to be some of the most stupid names I have ever heard for a metal band.

I also find a lot of these bands to fall under the same generic shticks that metal bands are known for.
1) Growling "evil" screamer
2) Jagged spiked out band logo that is impossible to read.
3) Generic "heard that before" crunch riffs.
4) Silly satanic imagry
5) Dorky evil stage props and band photo shots

I simply want to know if these bands are serious bands or if they are weird Al Yankovich parodies of metal bands.

I am not saying all seattle metal bands fall prey to this sillyness. End Theory, S2C are two examples of real bands that I would actually spend money to go see live. Unfortunatly these bands are the minorty. It almost seems like 11 year old boys are running the metal scene in WA.

Lets pretend I am starting a seattle metal band... "Yo dude lets call ourselves Satan's rectum, we can spike out the logo and drench it in blood, here are some melody-free crunch riffs to go along with the grroaaaa!!! grunts lets make a myspace page full of pentegrams and upsidown crosses!"

p.s. If you all are just parody bands you need to thin the ranks, there are too many of you.

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Here is some real bullshit

Post by Jib » Mon Feb 22, 2010 8:15 pm

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Latest Immoral Intent News
Seattle Metal Online Celebrates Its 4th Year
Sep
9,
2004 at 5:38 PM by darkstar (Source: Blabbermouth.net).


Seattle Metal Online will celebrate four years of helping local metal bands network and learn about the music business with its fourth annual Seattle Metal Online Anniversary Festival on Saturday, September 18 at Studio 7 in Seattle.

Seattle Metal Online (SMO) is an organization created by Carrie and Joe Jauregui in August of 2000, out of a love for metal music. They had a desire to help local metal bands network and learn the music business. The organization has been interviewed by Seattle Weekly, as well as many other local newspapers. As of August 2004, approximately 250 local metal bands are part of the Seattle Metal Online "Brotherhood."

When asked how the organization had changed over the last four years, Carrie replied, "In the beginning, there were less than 25 bands on SMO, and we had a much more of a 'family' type feeling. That is when the 'Brotherhood' started. Now the scene is SO huge, that in all these years, I still haven't met all of the 'family' yet! I love the fact that there are so many metal styles to choose from now. I was just looking at some old promo shots from a couple bands from years ago....those bands are no more, but I had to sit and look at the faces of those guys and remember those times and how far we have come since then.....it's amazing really...."

Event organizer Geri Nahrgang has spent many hours lining up the venue, lighting, sound, bands, and sponsors. When asked how to choose 14 bands out of 250 on SMO to play the festival, Geri responded, "Lisa Bonner of Syren Spawn and I listed all the bands, then we decided who had given the most help and support to SMO overall. We ended up with a list of 37 bands, to fit into 14 slots! After that we drew names out of a hat because all of these bands were so good."

The fourth annual Seattle Metal Online Anniversary Festival is being held Saturday, September 18, 2004 from 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. at Studio 7, 110 South Horton, Seattle, WA. (one block north of Spokane Street, between 1st Ave South and Occidental). The cost is $7 before 4 p.m. and $10 after 4 p.m. The show is all ages, but an upstairs bar for 21+ (must have ID) is stocked with beer to enjoy while watching the show.

Local metal bands scheduled to play the SMO Anniversary Fest include: The Almighty Needledick, NME, Enkrya, Just Karma, Immoral Intent, Ground Zero, Prozak Staple, Dissonance, Dorgan Onor, Weight of the World, The Braindead, M.T.F., Expiration Date and the Seatown Manglers

The SMO never helped anyone do anything but fail.
Total infintile narcissism.

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Nothing

Post by Jib » Mon Feb 22, 2010 8:20 pm

This forum is a dead stick.
It's a place to yak after the party is over.
It was a cool idea 10 years ago.It's full of cyber ghosts.The real people who tried to offer a service were chump changed.
I gotta tell ya the party died.
And how's the liver Hodge?
:cheers:

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Post by hodgy » Mon Feb 22, 2010 9:43 pm

Jib wrote:This forum is a dead stick.
It's a place to yak after the party is over.
It was a cool idea 10 years ago.It's full of cyber ghosts.The real people who tried to offer a service were chump changed.
I gotta tell ya the party died.
And how's the liver Hodge?
:cheers:
The liver was tasty. I cooked it with onions and made a pretty bitchin' gravy with the pan drippings.
[url=http://www.buttafuko.com/]Hey, Buttafuko!![/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/buttafuko]More Buttafuko!![/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/hodgy666]Who, me?[/url]

[url=http://www.thebraindead.com]Lick it, Slam it, Suck it.[/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/clawmusic]CLAW[/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/devilsfood1/]Devil's Food!![/url]

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Post by bleez » Mon Feb 22, 2010 10:36 pm

Jib wrote:This forum is a dead stick.
It's a place to yak after the party is over.
It was a cool idea 10 years ago.It's full of cyber ghosts.The real people who tried to offer a service were chump changed.
I gotta tell ya the party died.
Well, you're here and you seem to think someone will care.
[font=Impact][size=100]Bleez - SOLACE IN BLACK and BUTTAFÜKO[/size][/font]

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Post by IRONDICK » Mon Feb 22, 2010 10:39 pm

hodgy wrote:The liver was tasty. I cooked it with onions and made a pretty bitchin' gravy with the pan drippings.
I like adding bacon as well....bacon makes everything better.
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Post by Evil Red » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:40 pm

Jib wrote: I am not saying all seattle metal bands fall prey to this sillyness. End Theory, S2C are two examples of real bands that I would actually spend money to go see live. Unfortunatly these bands are the minorty. It almost seems like 11 year old boys are running the metal scene in WA.
Awesome! Both bands are playing this weekend. Wanna go?
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Post by LIVE FO RETSINIM » Tue Feb 23, 2010 12:15 am

Jib wrote:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Latest Immoral Intent News
Seattle Metal Online Celebrates Its 4th Year
Sep
9,
2004 at 5:38 PM by darkstar (Source: Blabbermouth.net).


Seattle Metal Online will celebrate four years of helping local metal bands network and learn about the music business with its fourth annual Seattle Metal Online Anniversary Festival on Saturday, September 18 at Studio 7 in Seattle.

Seattle Metal Online (SMO) is an organization created by Carrie and Joe Jauregui in August of 2000, out of a love for metal music. They had a desire to help local metal bands network and learn the music business. The organization has been interviewed by Seattle Weekly, as well as many other local newspapers. As of August 2004, approximately 250 local metal bands are part of the Seattle Metal Online "Brotherhood."

When asked how the organization had changed over the last four years, Carrie replied, "In the beginning, there were less than 25 bands on SMO, and we had a much more of a 'family' type feeling. That is when the 'Brotherhood' started. Now the scene is SO huge, that in all these years, I still haven't met all of the 'family' yet! I love the fact that there are so many metal styles to choose from now. I was just looking at some old promo shots from a couple bands from years ago....those bands are no more, but I had to sit and look at the faces of those guys and remember those times and how far we have come since then.....it's amazing really...."

Event organizer Geri Nahrgang has spent many hours lining up the venue, lighting, sound, bands, and sponsors. When asked how to choose 14 bands out of 250 on SMO to play the festival, Geri responded, "Lisa Bonner of Syren Spawn and I listed all the bands, then we decided who had given the most help and support to SMO overall. We ended up with a list of 37 bands, to fit into 14 slots! After that we drew names out of a hat because all of these bands were so good."

The fourth annual Seattle Metal Online Anniversary Festival is being held Saturday, September 18, 2004 from 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. at Studio 7, 110 South Horton, Seattle, WA. (one block north of Spokane Street, between 1st Ave South and Occidental). The cost is $7 before 4 p.m. and $10 after 4 p.m. The show is all ages, but an upstairs bar for 21+ (must have ID) is stocked with beer to enjoy while watching the show.

Local metal bands scheduled to play the SMO Anniversary Fest include: The Almighty Needledick, NME, Enkrya, Just Karma, Immoral Intent, Ground Zero, Prozak Staple, Dissonance, Dorgan Onor, Weight of the World, The Braindead, M.T.F., Expiration Date and the Seatown Manglers

The SMO never helped anyone do anything but fail.
Total infintile narcissism.


Yeah! STick it to em!!! Take THAT 2004!!!!
[b]R.I.P. Chelsie[/b]

[b]JJGC [/b] [SIZE="6"]4[/SIZE] [b]LIFE[/b]

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[URL=http://www.myspace.com/analjudicator]
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Post by MetalGoddess » Tue Feb 23, 2010 10:26 am

Hey, I wrote this! Not too bad, if I say so myself. I was honored that it was published on Blabbermouth.net :cheers:

Jib wrote:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Latest Immoral Intent News
Seattle Metal Online Celebrates Its 4th Year
Sep
9,
2004 at 5:38 PM by darkstar (Source: Blabbermouth.net).


Seattle Metal Online will celebrate four years of helping local metal bands network and learn about the music business with its fourth annual Seattle Metal Online Anniversary Festival on Saturday, September 18 at Studio 7 in Seattle.

Seattle Metal Online (SMO) is an organization created by Carrie and Joe Jauregui in August of 2000, out of a love for metal music. They had a desire to help local metal bands network and learn the music business. The organization has been interviewed by Seattle Weekly, as well as many other local newspapers. As of August 2004, approximately 250 local metal bands are part of the Seattle Metal Online "Brotherhood."

When asked how the organization had changed over the last four years, Carrie replied, "In the beginning, there were less than 25 bands on SMO, and we had a much more of a 'family' type feeling. That is when the 'Brotherhood' started. Now the scene is SO huge, that in all these years, I still haven't met all of the 'family' yet! I love the fact that there are so many metal styles to choose from now. I was just looking at some old promo shots from a couple bands from years ago....those bands are no more, but I had to sit and look at the faces of those guys and remember those times and how far we have come since then.....it's amazing really...."

Event organizer Geri Nahrgang has spent many hours lining up the venue, lighting, sound, bands, and sponsors. When asked how to choose 14 bands out of 250 on SMO to play the festival, Geri responded, "Lisa Bonner of Syren Spawn and I listed all the bands, then we decided who had given the most help and support to SMO overall. We ended up with a list of 37 bands, to fit into 14 slots! After that we drew names out of a hat because all of these bands were so good."

The fourth annual Seattle Metal Online Anniversary Festival is being held Saturday, September 18, 2004 from 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. at Studio 7, 110 South Horton, Seattle, WA. (one block north of Spokane Street, between 1st Ave South and Occidental). The cost is $7 before 4 p.m. and $10 after 4 p.m. The show is all ages, but an upstairs bar for 21+ (must have ID) is stocked with beer to enjoy while watching the show.

Local metal bands scheduled to play the SMO Anniversary Fest include: The Almighty Needledick, NME, Enkrya, Just Karma, Immoral Intent, Ground Zero, Prozak Staple, Dissonance, Dorgan Onor, Weight of the World, The Braindead, M.T.F., Expiration Date and the Seatown Manglers
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Post by Jenzy » Thu Feb 25, 2010 12:11 am

Sorry, I would really like to be interested in this but there just isn't any pictures or shiny objects I can Oooooh and Aaaaaah over.

Jib wrote:Seattle metal = cheesy


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ElectricWizardJune 23rd, 2005, 01:07 PM
This is not a rant but more of a question to everyone. I like good heavy metal and have frequented the Seattle Metal forums to find some good bands to get into. To my suprise.... there are none. What I am finding instead are bands that are so silly in image and music that I am confused as to if these bands are Wierd Al Yankovich style parodies or if these bands are serious.

Example, names like "Tasty Gore" and "Satan's Ashtray" and "barefoot Barnicle." Are these band names serious or are they Weird Al style parodies? If they are parody bands then they aren't really doing a good job of making me laugh..... if they are serious then those have got to be some of the most stupid names I have ever heard for a metal band.

I also find a lot of these bands to fall under the same generic shticks that metal bands are known for.
1) Growling "evil" screamer
2) Jagged spiked out band logo that is impossible to read.
3) Generic "heard that before" crunch riffs.
4) Silly satanic imagry
5) Dorky evil stage props and band photo shots

I simply want to know if these bands are serious bands or if they are weird Al Yankovich parodies of metal bands.

I am not saying all seattle metal bands fall prey to this sillyness. End Theory, S2C are two examples of real bands that I would actually spend money to go see live. Unfortunatly these bands are the minorty. It almost seems like 11 year old boys are running the metal scene in WA.

Lets pretend I am starting a seattle metal band... "Yo dude lets call ourselves Satan's rectum, we can spike out the logo and drench it in blood, here are some melody-free crunch riffs to go along with the grroaaaa!!! grunts lets make a myspace page full of pentegrams and upsidown crosses!"

p.s. If you all are just parody bands you need to thin the ranks, there are too many of you.

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Post by Evil Red » Thu Feb 25, 2010 12:34 am

I'm just excited to be getting out and seeing some shows this weekend after working like mad for weeks. Ryantarded hijacks or not...

Yeay Fü! :metal:
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Post by Adremelech » Wed Mar 10, 2010 8:01 pm

We listened to it at work today. I got a few funny looks, but not as many as I expected:cheers:
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Post by hodgy » Thu Mar 11, 2010 5:14 pm

Adremelech wrote:We listened to it at work today. I got a few funny looks, but not as many as I expected:cheers:
We'll try harder next time.
[url=http://www.buttafuko.com/]Hey, Buttafuko!![/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/buttafuko]More Buttafuko!![/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/hodgy666]Who, me?[/url]

[url=http://www.thebraindead.com]Lick it, Slam it, Suck it.[/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/clawmusic]CLAW[/url]

[url=http://www.myspace.com/devilsfood1/]Devil's Food!![/url]


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