#1
hey wtf is the name of the song and the artist who plays the song while they're riding thew train in norway

someone said it was bathory but i checked the soundtrack and bathory is not on there
#2
if you looked on the IMDB page you would know but its
enslaved - havenless
to the best of my recollection.
#5
My psych, anthro, soc. teacher is actually considering showing this to my class.
Last edited by Wintersun at Mar 16, 2008,
#6
It's probably the greatest documentary ever, but Sam didn't put enough focus on death metal though.
“You know that I don't fucking care if I live or die.”
#7
i watched it on my zune and it was really hard to see the credits

THANK YOU SO MUCH i searched forever for that song
#8
My favorite part is his interview with Gorgoth.

"What do you think influences your music the most?"

*calmly* "Satan"
*sips wine*
time machine. Inadvertently, I had created a
#9
Quote by Wintersun
My psych, anthro, soc. teacher is actually considering showing this to my class.


Yeah i decided to watch it during my first semester of anthroplogy at university. I didnt know much about anthropology at that time though :P
#10
Quote by iceman_8319
My favorite part is his interview with Gorgoth.

"What do you think influences your music the most?"

*calmly* "Satan"
*sips wine*


Nah man, the interview obutcher took the cake!

Necrobutcher (Mayhem): Could you repeat the question?
Sam Dunn: Alot of people think that Black Metal is starting to lose touch with its roots...
Necrobutcher (Mayhem): [cuts Sam off] Which ones? Who are they? Who the **** are you talking to? **** THEM! Ya know...
Sam Dunn: ...Do you have a comment on that?
Necrobutcher (Mayhem): Yeah, I got a comment... **** YOU!... Ya know?



It's only trul funny if you've seen it though.
Gore AND Core; unite!
#11
Awesome documentary! and yes.. the song is Enslaved - Havenless
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#12
sam needed to include moar thrash besides slayer. they blow compared to kreator