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10
May
14

Aditya Mehta on Headbanger’s Kitchen

So, how many bands do you know that have a dish named after them or one of their albums or songs? As a guest on Headbanger’s Kitchen, I was presented a fried dish called Snowless Chicken Kiev, which The Demonstealer has named after my Black Metal band Solar Deity‘s depressive-suicidal black metal single. I got to taste the food only after an interview packed with almost every question The Demonstealer wanted me to answer on his cookery show.

I now think I should’ve skipped the questions on Satanism and Black Metal instead of struggling to answer them differently as I had nothing to add to what has already been said and written before, but what the hell, it’s not everyday you get to see the Solar Deity frontman disoriented (the result of long-term marijuana abuse) and being ruthlessly interrogated by the Demonic Resurrection frontman about what he really thinks of everything from his other band Exhumation to all the ass-licking local wuss bands that have no idea what being metal is about.

The Snowless Chicken Kiev is truly a feast for the senses (you can see in the video how enticing it looks), and as I slowly chewed the succulent chicken, the butter and garlic worked their magic on my tongue, and I shook my head in delight like any Gujarati does involuntarily every time some delicious food enters his belly and adds vitality to the darkness of his being and new meaning to his life.

The first 11 minutes of the episode offer you a fascinating lesson from The Demonstealer himself, as he shows you exactly how to prepare what will henceforth be known in the worlds of music and food as Snowless Chicken Kiev. The rest of the episode has him grilling me with some tough questions which people usually ask me anonymously on ask.fm. I thank The Demonstealer for inviting me to Headbanger’s Kitchen to gorge on his crunchy-on-the-outside and melt-in-your-mouth-on-the-inside Snowless Chicken Kiev, and of course, for helping me make some new enemies!

That, and my brother says I should use a concealer to hide my dark under-eye circles (the result of long-term alcohol abuse). Anyway, go ahead and try The Demonstealer’s Snowless Chicken Kiev recipe, and I hope you like the interview as well!

 

08
May
14

Extremely Cute Kitten For Adoption In Mumbai

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I found this extremely cute kitten yesterday and it lives in a shoebox in the bedroom. It hasn’t yet learned to walk, but a couple of days of drinking replacement milk and it should be running about. If anybody wants to adopt this darling (I don’t know if it’s male or female), please call me on 9920041058. Meow!

01
May
14

Can You Smell What The Demonstealer Is Cooking?

For long has the Indian metal underground been embarrassed by musicians clueless about what they’re doing in the scene, and their utter obliviousness unfailingly shows up every time they open their mouths to speak. What you’re about to get, however, is a lethal dose of straight dope on all things related to metal from this part of the world. Prepare yourselves for blasphemous chanting on Headbanger’s Kitchen: if you’ve had enough of pseudo-thrashers and their hilarious macho posturing, if you’re done laughing at deathcore/metalcore wimps giggling at their lame inside jokes, if the ominous sounds from the video below strike fear in your hearts, if you’re certain the metalhead chef’s incantations will raise the dead, if you believe you were born under the sign of the bacon pentagram, if you know what I mean, and if you smell… what The Demonstealer is cooking.

DOWNLOAD SOLAR DEITY MUSIC:

Devil Worship (EP, 2013) | The Darkness Of Being (EP, 2012) | Snowless (Single, 2012) | In The Name Of Satan (EP, 2012)




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