Archive for September, 2012


India and Pakistan Unite for 4-Way Split ‘Imperial Assault Vol. 1’

While that crappy TV show Sur Kshetra is making both the nations compete with each other and while countless mindless cricket fans will be joyful or miserable depending on the outcome of today’s India-Pakistan cricket match, Wartorn Records (Pakistan) has brought the two countries together for a unique 4-way split.

Imperial Assault Vol. 1 features Solar Deity (Satanic Black Metal from India), Marwolaeth (Old-School Death Metal from Pakistan), Purgation (Brutal Death Metal, India) and Myosis (Doom Metal, Pakistan).

Get your shields out to face this relentless attack from India and Pakistan and enjoy the extreme metal bonanza from Wartorn Records!

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Complete Lyrics To Solar Deity’s ‘The Darkness Of Being’


Circling The Moon

Towards The Horizon

The Birth Of A Star


Solar Deity Lyrics: Circling The Moon

Black Scorpion

Out to conquer

Crawled on burning sand

Parched as the summer

Across the lands

Without fear

Venomous from the moment of birth

To the edge of the earth!

Endless rainfall

Quenched the man’s thirst

Dived in the deepest

The mightiest ocean

Against the tide

Defying the current

Swam away from the shore

To the end of the sea!

Beek vina, bhay vina

krodh vina, lobh vina

vehm vina, shanka vina

khot vina, ant vina

Dhyaan mate, jeet mate

gyaan mate, swad mate

jor mate, shakti mate

budhdhi mate, kirti mate


Solar Deity Lyrics: Towards The Horizon

See the dancing stars

How they laugh

As I exhale

Clouds of grey

They keep me floating

High above the sky

But don’t let me fly away

A glass of water

Is all I ask

To live this endless journey

A voyage that carries me

Away from you

And the skies

And the seas

I dream of all the fields

How they were crossed

While summer was burning

Surreal beauty

A state of bliss

I still cannot believe

To this day

But how cruelly

I was crushed

As the hand of time

Turned its wheel

And left me to mourn

The demise

Of all that we believed

To be real


Solar Deity Lyrics: The Birth Of A Star

Onward moves the man who never fails
Beaten up by life, weighed down by chains
Destined to lose
King of all fools
The jester laughs aloud to hide his pain

Home is a now place I can’t return
To the warmth of the fire that burns
My quest for
Victory in war
Honour is that which a man must earn

It gets lonely, cold and dark
No angel, no god to draw strength from
I’m sheltered by the clouds
As the skies scream my name
And give me a new sun to rise to

Oh my god

Alone as the child who never prayed
A flower makes its place beside the grave
Defeated hope
A story untold
A boy who no one will come back to save

How I would love to be loved again
Shielded by your love from seasons of pain
Cremated one
Buried in thought
Evenings shelter memories from the rain

It gets lonely, cold and dark
No angel, no god to draw strength from
My kingdom will come tonight
With the crown and the throne
For eternity in flames I’m reborn


Movie Review: ‘Oh My God’ is a miracle for all you assholes

Director: Umesh Shukla

Cast: Paresh Rawal, Mithun Chakraborty, Govind Namdeo, Mahesh Manjrekar, Om Puri, Akshay Kumar

Bollywood has done a great service to religion with this little film called Oh My God, which is based on a play called Krishan vs Kanhaiya, which is based on a movie called The Man Who Sued God.

Paresh Rawal plays Kanji Lalji Mehta, a Gujarati businessman who happens to be an atheist. Not only is Kanjibhai an atheist, but he also has antitheistic views just like me and some other amazing people I know. That excludes all of you who are shit-scared to accept the truth because you don’t want to rub the rest of your herd the wrong way and want to continue living a lie.

Kanjibhai openly mocks the religious ways of society, making fun of each and every ritual, wasting no opportunity to taunt the sheep. His shop, which sells idols of deities to sheep like you, is destroyed in an earthquake, and the insurance company refuses to pass his claim, citing the destruction of his property as an act of god.

Seeing no way out of the mess, Kanjibhai decides to take on god, and is helped by Hanif Qureshi (Om Puri), who happens to be a believer who believes in giving nonbelievers their right to not believe in higher powers, unlike the rock/metal indie websites we have in India, who refuse to write about my kickass Black Metal band Solar Deity, even though we are kicking major ass with a third EP on the way and are contributing infinitely more to the underground music scene than these websites who can at the most publish press releases about which trendcore poseur band has entered the studio, even if they entered the studio a year ago and still haven’t put any music out. Please continue writing about who won some pointless ‘metal award’ given to them by a magazine which nobody buys and can’t tell Metallica from Megadeth and gets mostly losers – who, forget judging, aren’t qualified to even discuss music – as their jury, because people outside the country have discovered us and we’re more than cool with that.

I would.

Anyway, since Kanjibhai Mehta doesn’t have god’s address, he takes godmen to court. Mithun Chakraborty as a highly effeminate sadhu; Govind Namdeo as a hot-headed swami; a Christian priest who has little or no say most of the time; a maulvi who fails to make an impression; and a hot bitch I would mate with immediately form the team fighting against Kanji.

Kanjibhai uses logic and reasoning to turn religion and everything about it you believe on its head and proves that all you’ve done in your pathetic life in the name of religion was a bloody joke. I love this movie.

Akshay Kumar, also the producer of Oh My God, is Lord Krishna in the movie. He comes on a Harley-Davidson and does a few stunts that will remind you of Ghost Rider. He is a silent spectator for most part, helping Kanji when he has to, agreeing with him all the time when Kanji tells the court and people that one doesn’t need to do anything at all to prove their faith, and that in fact rituals have only a negative impact on society.

I would.

Oh My God is a miracle of a movie that entertains while educating, and while it at no point tells you that there is no god (that would have been the icing on the cake for me), it knocks into the viewer’s head what this blog and some highly intelligent people have been telling you all along: that everything you do in the name of god is a fucking waste because you could actually spend all that time and money doing something truly productive, or if not that, something less detrimental to society.

So all you ‘thinkers’ who as much as join your hands in obeisance: Fuck you all, I hate you all wholeheartedly, and if you all died I would be extremely happy and would throw a party. You are unfit for life because of your mental disease, your addiction to fear, your suffering from the greatest cancer of all. Go watch Oh My God, and shove your favourite one up your ass.

RATING: 4.5/5


Goa leads the way, bans all tobacco products

Even as Maharashtra struggles to enforce its ban on the sale of gutkha, the government of Goa has ordered a complete ban on the sale of tobacco products. This heavy move is sure to be a lot more effective that Maharashtra’s weak decision that does nothing to stop to sale of cigarettes, which are obviously as or even more harmful than gutkha. The use or sale of tobacco in any form is now illegal in Goa. May the meek government of Maharashtra and all the other states learn from this brave move from a tiny state famous as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.


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