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    But seriously, Phil is a racist piece of shit who can eat a dick. The fact that the music blows is secondary to me not giving a shit about it.

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    It could be amazing music, but I'd never know, because racist pieces of trash shouldn't be supported. There are so many other non-racist pieces of non-trash making so much better music... Just because he was lucky enough to stand in front of the Abbott Brothers for so many years doesn't mean a thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    I’m sorry, I couldn’t hear you over the sound of me cranking Testament.
    Wow so heavy. That told me.

    On the racism point though. What he did was terrible but I maintain that he isn't smart enough to have had any true malicious intent other than shocking people.

    Also he has publicly apologised a lot, donated to charities etc. I'm not condoning what he did at all but if you marginalise people like this all you do is perpetuate their belief that they are under attack, because they are....

    All that said I appreciate that as a fan of pantera I have obviously got a reason to not want him to be that way, at least not anymore.

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    I like all types of metal. Testament does fuckin rule! Its not about being "heavy" Its just great music.



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    Quote Originally Posted by schreckmusic View Post
    I like all types of metal. Testament does fuckin rule! Its not about being "heavy" Its just great music.


    Did not say it was, I also like testament.

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    Not bad, 16 posts before 'I'll tell you how much I don't care, by posting about it', must be an MG record.

    And Testament are boring.

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    Quite enjoyed that, was thinking the production was a bit clean until I cottoned on that it was Blackened DM and not Black Metal. I'll have to check this album out.

    Also, I can't wait to jump into Testament threads and say how I don't care about testament but recommend some bands people who like Testament probably won't like... give it a rest guys.

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