Tony Cederteg (Libraryman/ Our Legacy)
(1) How do you find the music you listen to? Mostly by searching for it in record stores and online, through friends, at clubs/bars and of course from my own references of previous listened-to-music that directs me to the new shit. (2) What is your favorite way to enjoy music (live, alone, in the car, bath, work, etc.)? Live- as loud and as violent as possible, in the metro on my way to work, at work, with friends, while fucking friends, at home working, when I dance, when I sleep, during dinner, while drinking and when playing it myself - i.e, all fucking hours awake. (3) What do you find exciting about the new music you listen to? How shit can develop still, even though it’s often a variant out of something that’s already been done before, or not, you know? The energy, new sounds & interpretations, new hatred and illusions. (4) What is it about the songs you’ve been listening to for years that resonates with you? It feels like you sometimes create the perfect playlist (in your head) from birth up to your burial at sea. When death hits your end and you have successfully enjoyed so many songs that you are completely fulfilled, still horny for new music - all because you didn’t know better, for good and for worse. It’s a vital and vivid part of your life even though you sometimes try to admit that it doesn’t hold that weight on you, duh!
1. Skitsystem - Svarta Tankar
2. Dark Funeral - The Secrets of the Black Arts
3. Candlemass - Samaritan
4. The Shitlickers - Cracked Cop Skulls (Sprackta Snutskallar)
5. Watain - Devil’s Blood
6. Disfear - Religion
7. Entombed - Left Hand Path
8. Dissection - The Somberlain
9. Ghost - Genesis
10. Dismember - Dreaming in Red
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