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It would appear that “Doom” is now a term that anyone can apply to any band, regardless of said band’s actual resemblance to Doom Metal, or Metal at all for that matter.
This is getting fucking stupid.
"Everyone has a criticism of everything now. There doesn’t have to be a solution or an alternative anymore, just a critique and a shout about oppression. This generation has more access to long range communication and international social networking and few seem to do fuck all with it but complain.
Fake radicals telling armchair radicals why they are so powerless to change their situation but the same pseudo revolutionaries will give you a 200 page essay on why their particular form of being oppressed makes then incapable of addressing any of the issues they brought up.
The Black Panthers organized and fed kids free breakfasts before school. Act-Up didn’t beg for a do nothing Congress to acknowledge that HIV/AIDS was infecting and killing a vast number of people, they were putting themselves out there with Direct Action to draw attention while creating a community to support those dealing with the disease. And there are many such groups over the decades that were faced with terrible adversity and went headlong into it with all available energy and resources.
Changing your Facebook profile picture doesn’t matter. Posting a link to an online petition doesn’t make you politically or socially active. Reblogging a list of suicide hotlines doesn’t make you empathetic. If one more fucking person tells me some “The Secret” bullshit about changing the world with happy thoughts I swear I will strangle the life out of them.
It’s like practicality is lost on my generation, no one knows or wants to change anything because then they wouldn’t have anything to talk about."
Me. Angry. First thing in the morning. (via holy-mountaineering)
This feller’s done hit the nail on the head.