Relationship Advice and Black Metal Wednesday; Women’s Need For Change and Old Pagan/ Grausamkeit split (2000)

Women can’t be happy with the status quo. They’re made this way, the way same cats instinctually bury their turds women refuse to accept “the way things are”. No matter what they feel that their surroundings should be changed, “improved”.
During prehistoric times we were all hunter-gathers so women had to constantly seek out sources of food. In modern times, once they get back from the grocery they still have the urge to seek and lack an outlet for this instinctual drive, which is also why women can not put anything back where they found them (they enjoy looking for things).
This love of change is the reason why there are so few successful female entrepreneurs (check it out, only 20% of business with revenue over 1 million dollars are female owned). The number of business owning women is emphasized while the successful part is casually brushed aside. Most of the women are obviously going in circles spending more time changing things than making money.
Honestly, women would have had the right to vote hundreds of years earlier if they just hadn’t kept changing their minds about how to get that right. The reason slaves got the right to vote before women is because men lead that movement and it stayed on track. It is no suprise that a black man became president before a woman.
I am not saying that women’s opinions don’t matter, I’m just saying listening to them is like a sniper using buckshot; some shot will be on target but most are going to miss.

Today we have the Old Pagan/ Grausamkeit split from 2000, both german bands were solo-projects playing fast lo-fi black metal. This release was limited to 166 cassettes (Metallum) and Old Pagan has since been joined by other members, further devolving their sound.
This analog split is one of the first German Black Metal releases that I really enjoy and, refreshingly, a new split that can be termed “true black metal”, 90%.

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