Relationship Advice and Black Metal Wednesday; BLODFEST

Ok, I don’t mean to be rude here, but I have noticed a distinct pattern. The world is half full of women, and most of them are trying their damnedest to be heard, totally and absolutely convinced that everyone needs to know what is on their minds. The main problem here is that most of them don’t have anything relevant to profess. They get confused, just because some women have proven themselves useful, they immediately conclude that all women have great and innovative ideas, especially themselves.
Mention Margret Thacher to any woman and quickly that woman is going to start giving unsolicited advice, as if Thacher’s achievements suddenly make her opinions more profound and relevant just because they both have a snatch.
I am not trying to be rude here, I am just pointing out a possible reason why women haven’t been listened to much throughout history.

Today’s black metal selection is Blodfest, a Danish band that has been putting out albums since 2005, though claiming to have been together for much longer. Denmark is not know for black metal bands, at all really. I think about a decade ago there was somewhat of a NSBM scene there, but that’s it, until Blodfest. Kinda low on the radar but a stellar band none the less, defiantly worth checking out.