WowKhnud wrote:What in the name of all that's (un)holy?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/221242660873?ss ... 1438.l2649
this reflects the current scene, look how many new HM bands are out there with a BM image. But it is also natural, that some of the older (back then younger) generation have changed their musical taste from BM to 80s Metal. There were many BM bands who started using more "classic" Metal riffs on each new album, who were blamed then for getting commercial. And I'm sure, that many of the "bigger" bands would have quit if it wasn't for the money....lunaboy wrote:It's fucking STUPID !!!! It's just became very trendy to have "obscure looking" records from 80s in young metal generation circles. When I checked NWN (Nuclear War Now) forum back in early days there were just talk about NEW / KVLT Black and Death metal and records.None carred about Heavy / Power / Thrash metal.But now it seems there's new TREND 'N' KVLT to have some of these "Long Lost Gemms" and if band is called BLACK DEATH ... You can't go wrong with such name and record even if LP end laying in the shelves.... I've seen a lot of these "examples".And there's a big demand for this record when army of hungry new generation collectors jumps in.
Crazy! Also, isn't that a picture from one of glockose's auctions?Nightcrawler wrote:Probably this was here before:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/MEDIEVAL-STEEL- ... 1c33f746f2
But this record Is NOT PRIVATE PRESS. And I think that this new generation metal collectors circle who jumped into this kind of music just few years ago set new Price / Market standarts (As well as BIG DEMAND).I mean everybody noticed for example rising prices even for regular Neat / Roadrunner / Ebony stuff.And it's no surprise anymore.humus wrote:Whereas it's perfectly acceptable for the old metal generation to drop 4-figure amounts on private US metal records, of course.lunaboy wrote:It's fucking STUPID !!!! It's just became very trendy to have "obscure looking" records from 80s in young metal generation circles.
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