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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 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!



Times Crest Writes About People Who Don’t Believe In God

An article that appears in this week’s edition of Times Crest comes as a breath of fresh air. Titled Godless And Loving It, the full-page story writes about a meet-up of people who don’t believe in the concept of god and cite it as “India’s biggest superstition”.

I’m thrilled to know there are so many more people who simply refuse to participate in this make-believe game adults play, this let’s-pretend-there’s-something-out-there game which they consciously suck their future generations into.

The number of seemingly intelligent people I’ve spoken to who not only can’t accept that they were misled by their gullible parents (who were misled by their gullible parents, and so on), but feel absolutely no shame in inducing the fear of god in their children is overwhelming.

And more than overwhelming, it is appalling.

How can you do that to your own child? I wouldn’t do it even to my enemies.

Below that wonderful article, there are two square boxes that carry stories of a Hindu and a Muslim.

The Hindu man speaks on how his parents were shocked to hear that he was an atheist and made him break 100 coconuts at a temple, and the Muslim man talks about how he offers namaz five times a day when he visits his parents but doesn’t do any of it at home; he’s a closet atheist.

It is amazing to hear stories of people who have rejected the concept of religion and don’t feel the need to depend on any higher power, and that there are many more freethinkers who are doing their bit to promote rational thinking.

Times Crest has scored major points with me for carrying the story, but reading it has made me angrier than before.

While I can’t attack your parents for being gullible and won’t criticize your choice of doing a Master’s in stupidity, here’s what I will say: Fuck you for what you are doing to your children.


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Spiritual Sex

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Who says spiritual gurus don’t like a good fuck every now and then? Swami Nithyananda, who has been embroiled in a sex video controversy since the past few weeks now has another scandal on top of him – a sex tape of him getting on top of another actress. After some starlet called Ranjitha, it’s now Yuvarani’s turn to deny the allegations. I feel writing a lovely little post about this, crammed with my unnecessary and unwanted gyaan, but there’s too many articles scheduled for the next few days and I’m going to need an entire week to stop laughing at followers of this godman. All you adult children who believe in shit like god – you have seven days, please find a good place to hide. Your time starts now.


Exhumation’s New Bassist

Guess who’s playing bass for us at Resurrection @ Marimba Lounge on February 18th. Leave a comment if you know his name or what he’s popularly known as and you’ll get a quarter of Antiquity Rare whisky or two 650 ml. bottles of Tuborg beer before the gig!


Music Review: Nefarious Dismal Orations

-by Dipankar ‘Demonos’ Roy

Band: “Inquisition”

Album: “Nefarious Dismal Orations” (2007)

One of the existing hopes of black metal in Kali Yuga ‘bizaare ;), ex-Columbia USBM led by the towering Lord Dagon is the extremely evil, unhallowed almighty Inquisition.

Nefarious Dismal Orations comes post megalithic albums like Invoking…, Into the InfernalMagnificent Glorification….and this time with a title that’s shorter but hymns to his beloved Lord that are larger than what can be surmised in mere CD space.

Nefarious…dawns with an Ingmar Bergman kind of theme aptly christened Ancient Monumental War Hymn that takes one right to the classical world of antiquity & wisdom that builds up to unleash an onslaught of machine-gun triggered drums and now-characteristic Inquisition guitar riffing and yes the bellowing, haunting wails of Dagon. His vocal capability has long been the point of utter amazement and stoic horror. There is something stupefying in the overdriven vocals those which don’t cry of depression, suicide or desolation. Instead what is apparent in most of Inquisition songs are hymns to the ancient Lord of Darkness. Surprise element: Double vocal growls. This track holds a sensation of what is to follow beyond.

Nocturnal Gatherings and Wicked Rites reminisces one of those sinister & abrupt guitar leads that Dagon has introduced in his earlier work, they sound like a sudden wail of an attack out of nowhere like an ambush. This song has intermittent slow bridges where, for once you can let your mind pause for a while out of the ecstatic victorious feeling & reflect on the sheer genius of the artistry that Dagon has consistently held all this while. Surprise Element: Song ends with howls of some hundred miserable souls begging you for mercy and the overdriven guitars taking the lives out of them.

Strike of the Morning Star is definitely one of the best songs of the album. Ancient, powerful, controlled, and clear. The fact I love this band so much is that Inquisition is mighty strong with their lyrics, and you can distinctly figure the message that Lord Dagon holds for those with Luciferian inclination. Beautiful solo riffing completes the track. No surprise element here as his consistency abounds.

Through the Infinite Sphere Our Majesty Shall Rise – Unlike Marduk and some other bands, there is no self glorification here. Its all about what Dagon said before in one of his tracks from the Magnificent Glorification….album – Its the Eternal Loyalty to our (his) Lord Satan. And eternal loyalty is what Dagon stands by. Some extreme double bass involved here, as the solemn haunting continues.

Infernal Evocation of Torment is sure to remind you of Abbath. Surprise Element: Lots of Immortal influence without sounding like them. This is a hymn of shorter duration as compared to other songs in the album; in fact it’s the shortest at 2:56.

By now you have gathered enough energy and ready to raise Him from the great Slumber so as to assist Him in His doing – hence this is the time Where Darkness is Lord and Death the Beginning hits you in the heart! This song is one that holds a lot of emotional elements. Some great riffwork melodies. However insertion some solos could’ve been very tasteful here. But again do not forget – you are in Inquisition territory! Slow drawling sounds with pinch harmonics and majestic melodies lead you to a trance-like or rather a séance-like atmosphere; perfect for your nocturnal rituals to commence. So feel cosy now & indulge.

The title hymn exudes fury and controlled chaos at the start. Surprise element: Oh lord, was Dagon humoring himself? Notice the pitch bends here at the riff bends. This track disappointed me for a split bit, but before I realized I was struck by – Surprise Element 2: an Ingmar Bergman kind of war hymn playing in the outro that effects as a far-off beguiling victory horn. The most notorious song of the album this or shall I surmise – Nefarious Dismal Orations.

My pick of the album – Enter the Cult. Definitely takes the throne away as the best beckoning call to the ones uninitiated. The wailing leads are back as guitars do the talking for Dagon. You can feel the flow of adrenalin in the song structure. The sound has been maintained to the most wicked level. Surprise Element: An unyielding wait for Dagon’s vocal parts.

Before the Symbol of Satan We Vow and Praise – The finale hymn says it all. For those who missed the vocals, Dagon is back with renewed evil prowess. Sharp-edged and resonating chants and hymns bounce off the walls around you as the weak tremble and the mighty become stronger. By now the enlightened monster of yourself that you have invoked within, in all grimness and solemnity is at one with the solitary chiming of the bells that concludes this excellent musical piece of war wizardry that Inquisition has set forth.

Am I impressed or what? Hell Jeah.

Overtly Satanic & subtly violent without even treading into misanthropy, depression, fascism, mindless homicide/genocide or confabulated Nietzsche-inspired themes, this album like all others is entirely dedicated to the worship of The Supreme Lord of Nature.

Definitely not one of Inquisition’s masterworks. Nevertheless, the surprises & treats in store for a keen listener or a fan, in times of nowadays black metal, Inquisition majestically heralds the masthead following of the truest form.

If you need a rating: 3.5/5…because Before the Symbol of Satan We WOW and Praise!

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