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Definitely, Doug, and New York: 2 Effigy of the Forgotten metalkilltheking: 1991. Effigy of the Forgotten is the debut album by band Suffocation, released in October 22. The cover artwork was created by Dan Seagrave.Suffocation was formed in 1988 on Long Island, New York, by vocalist Frank Mullen, bassist Josh Barohn, guitarists Guy Marchais and Todd German, and Barohn’s friend on drums.The album was dedicated to the memory of Atheist bassist Roger Patterson, who had been killed in a car crash earlier in 1991.Effigy of the Forgotten is considered to be one of the first death metal albums to have a highly sophisticated level of technical proficiency. The guitars are very low-end and down tuned whilst using a lot of tremolo picking and fast alternate picked notes alongside a lot of fast blast beats drumming and quick fills involved. It’s all very violent,  Some passages are oddly catchy and most of the solos are awesome. The slam on the album’s opener is famous for being the first slam in death metal history, and it’s one of the best at it. In fact, the whole song serves as the sole highlight to this album. It’s simply great from start to finish, with the other songs trying to outdo what it did best, Definitely a classic that I recommend for the death metal fans looking for older albums.Frank Mullen   Doug Cerrito    Terrance Hobbs   Josh Barohn   Mike Smith

metalkilltheking: 1991. Effigy of the Forgotten is the debut album by band Suffocation, released in October 22. The cover artwork was creat...

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Ass, Beautiful, and Belgium: Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan This is called "art". This is the legacy and heritage of the West This is what men of the West fight, sacrifice and die for This is victory #DeusVult Rollo Tomassi @RationalMale 2d Is there an example of a female sculptor who committed herself to the same level of detail that a male does with a woman? RM Ivan Throne @DarkTriadMan 2d None that come to mind. That sculpture is an act of worship before Heaven, and it shows. 6 ti 2 12 Platonic Solid Snake @Pliny_theElder Replying to @DarkTriadMan @RationalMale and 6 others the sculptor is a chinese woman you dork ass losers 2:13 PM 17 Oct 17 scotsdragon: cydonianmystery: asymbina: smitethepatriarchy: chronicallyrandom: gehayi: radgoblin: rita-repulsar: lord-kitschener: swagintherain: setup and punchline The artist is luo li rong The statue doesn’t have big enough titties to have been made by a man. I know I’ve reblogged this before but the schadenfreude is too delicious. By the way, the statue is called  La mélodie oubliée (The Forgotten Melody). Luo Li Rong also painted it: And here she and the statue are in a more formal setting (museum or art show, I can’t tell): Omg. This is just beautiful The statue is incredible but honestly has nothing on Luo Li Rong in that bow tie, damn. Random white dude: “look at what white men can do and literally nobody else can!” [cites the work of a not remotely heterosexual hot butch Chinese woman living in Belgium] I’ve reblogged this before, but the finished product is so pretty. :D This will never not be hilarious, and that statue will never not be amazing work.
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Bad, Bad Day, and Candy: 31 Day flrt challenge- OC-tober Day 21: Bad turned good Day 22: Good turned bad Day 23: Admirable or loved by all Day 24: Despised or hated by others Day 25: Skeptic (Does not care for the goal of the main) Day 26: Adopted OC (An OC design you bought, or was given to you that you developed) Day 27: Emotional (OC that goes by gut feeling) Day 1: Protagonist Day 2: Antagonist Day 3: The sidekick Day 4: Tempter (Right hand to the Antag) Day 5: Comic relief character Day 6: Anti-hero Day 7: The most mysterious Day 8: The voice of reason Day 9: The eye candy Day 10: Parent(s) Day 11: Sibling(s) Day 12: Love interest Day 13: A Mentor Day 14: The Leader Day 15: The forgotten character Day 16: A Herald (The one who introduces the quest to the protag) Day 17: Misleading character (Might appear differently than what they are meant to be) Day 18: Kind-hearted Day 19: Headstrong Day 20: Most tragic backstory ay 28: Apprentice Day 29: Oldest OC (Could be literal or longest OC you've had) Day 30: Favorite (Fav OC you madelor to draw) Day 31: A friend's OC <p><a href="http://moosopp-art.tumblr.com/post/165730374607/i-made-my-own-prompts-for-oc-tober-where-you-can" class="tumblr_blog" target="_blank">moosopp-art</a>:</p> <blockquote><p> I made my own prompts for OC-tober, where you can draw ur existing OCs or design new ones! Feel free to do it too! <br/></p></blockquote>

moosopp-art: I made my own prompts for OC-tober, where you can draw ur existing OCs or design new ones! Feel free to do it too!

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Inferno (Robert Langdon, 4) by Dan Brown (Goodreads Author) (shelved 18 times asancient-mysteries) avg rating 3.78 — 484,322 ratings — publi...

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Africa, Bad, and Cars: Mexico Whites that speak German Buffer DIAMONDS Definitely still the Indian Ocean DIAMONDS messworthem Fronenal Old army bases Canada SAse Jacob Zumtona. Should have annexed this one Abandoned towns Malema? Lephalale Why did we want this again? DIAMONDS Ghost mining towns Sand El MORE PLATINUM 80% OF THE WORLD'S PLATINUM MINERS MINES linsert White fight COLD DEAD MINERS MONEY 1990 POVERTY Tobaccoteracy Mpumahlenhenangehlenga The North WEFFst KKK vileetrok yscrapers DavDActual Growth Ermelo Gauteng 2.0 SASOL 2.0 Dutch town Tswana Amerfon thmerdam AIDS Nature OIL Suk in 1560IDSPetrol EARTHQUAKE Lion Thorn City South Africa, but empty (don't worry, just take a shower) Missionaries Gol don't worry, just use canyenBushmen?Nothing What is a job More Asians What do they do here? Posh English (Orange) Farm Statend (for safety of coursel Posh Enelish town names KwaZuma-Natality Huge ga No landmarks depression Scandelous UR RIVER Afrikaner town Jacob Zuma shaka's grave BEACHES Mountains? Bielefeld Afrikaans-speaking blacks Griquas The forgotten capiv Do people esev stn live here? Afrikaans coloureds<-> Afrikaans whites Unemployment lacob Zuma's children Volkstaat uring DOMESTIC Bushmen? rte Petrol stops Lesotho? Aliwal (North ehon Man. Deles SNOW Fourth world Del SNOW! resort YAWN Nelson Mandela was also here Xhosas old towns MadibaXhosas Anti-ANC forcefield Mozambique? Transkak DM AFRIKAANs POVERTY The Mandela Cape Our crap ocean Sheep #MustFall Nehon was herTownships Desert 1820 erOur better ocean glish-speaking coloureds Universities Poor Capital DA Better Cape Wine BAD AFRIKAANS AFRIKAANS INTERNATIONAL TOURISMAlcatraz CARS Volkswagen Cote d'Azur Wine GOOD ENGLISH Honeymoons battle Second hom De foct national copitol Not including Bloemfontein Retirement homes Israel made us do it! Cape SHARKS! Fruit map by bezzleford land-of-maps: Stereotypes in South Africa [OC] [1984 x 1496]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!

land-of-maps: Stereotypes in South Africa [OC] [1984 x 1496]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!

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Memes, Ally, and India: @pactspert AROUND 2.5 MILLION INDIAN SOLDIERS FOUGHT ON THE BRITISH SIDE IN WORLD WAR 2 AND OVER 87,000 LOST THEIR LIVES "THE FORGOTTEN HEROES OF THE WW2" . • In 1939 the British Indian Army numbered 205,000 men. It took in volunteers and by 1945 was the largest all-volunteer force in history, rising to over 2.5 million men.These forces included tank, artillery and airborne forces. British Indian Army earned 17 Victoria Crosses during World War II • The British Raj, as part of the AlliedNations, sent over 2.5 million soldiers to fight under BritishCommand against the Axis powers. Additionally, several Indian PrincelyStates provided large donations to support the Allied campaign during the War • FieldMarshal Sir Claude Auchinleck, Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army from 1942 asserted that the British "COULDN'T HAVE COME THROUGH BOTH WARS [WORLD WAR 1 AND 2] IF THEY HADN'T HAD THE INDIANARMY." • the Indian National Congress, demanded independence before it would help Britain. London refused, and when Congress announced a " QuitIndia" campaign in August 1942, its leaders were imprisoned by the British for the duration • Several leaders of the radical revolutionary Indian independence movement broke away from the main Congress and went to war against Britain. SubhasChandraBose, once a prominent leader of Congress, volunteered to help Germany and Japan; he said Britain's opposition to Nazism and Fascism as "hypocrisy" since it was itself violating human rights and denying individual liberties in India • After the end of the World War, India emerged as the world's fourthlargest industrial power and its increased political, economic and military influence paved the way for its independence from the UnitedKingdom in 1947. • India's major contribution changed the course of WW2 but is often forgotten. . HIT LIKE 👍

"THE FORGOTTEN HEROES OF THE WW2" . • In 1939 the British Indian Army numbered 205,000 men. It took in volunteers and by 1945 was the larges...

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