Well, I hope kvltness has not plummeted too badly in my absence. I was forced to take a break from my teachings due to some ridiculous legal issues, which left me with very limited access to the world wide web. I thus decided to halt my teachings, and continue when my predicament changed, which I am happy (In a dark, misanthropic and kvlt way) to say it has.
This unfortunate situation also forced me to put my band on hold, but I am sardonically pleased to inform you that I will resume my musical activities effective immediately, and will soon record material that I have written in my absence.
Much have happened since the last time I so selflessly atttempted to educate you worthless insects. The biggest of which, is the demise of Ronnie James Dio. This is a sad day for all kvltists, for the world has lost one of its original Unholy Ones. But rest assured, as long as fire burns on this wretched Earth, the (un)Holy Diver will be among us.
Lesser news: a Norwegian book called Innfødte Skrik (Native Shrieks) about Norwegian Black Metal has been released, and I intend to read it and review it here.
I have recently watched the Black Metal documentary Until the Light Takes Us which features ultra-kvlt Black metal artists like Fenriz, Count Grishnackh, Hellhammer and Faust. I will of course review it in full here.
Anyway, that is all for now, minions. Expect my lessons to resume in full, very soon.
Those who fail to live up to my standards will suffer castration or worse.
Until next time, incinerate your local church.
Yours cruelly, N.S.