History Music / Sigh

5th Jan '18 6:05:37 PM Wyldchyld
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* DepravedBisexual: Mikannibal, who is bisexual, seems to cultivate this image on purpose. She has revealed in interviews that she has eaten cockroaches, drinks cow's blood before recording vocals, [[FetishFuel records vocals naked]], and enjoys [[GroinAttack urethra torture]] (inflicting it, that is).

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* DepravedBisexual: Mikannibal, who is bisexual, seems to cultivate this image on purpose. She has revealed in interviews that she has eaten cockroaches, drinks cow's blood before recording vocals, [[FetishFuel records vocals naked]], naked, and enjoys [[GroinAttack urethra torture]] (inflicting it, that is).
4th Jan '18 4:23:37 PM CassandraLeo
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* EpicRocking: Most releases have at least one or two really long songs. ''Infidel Art'' has five of them - only one song on that album ("Suicidogenic", at a mere 4:46) is less than eight minutes long. Their longest song, "Slaughtergarden Suite", is nearly eleven minutes long - unless you count "Lucid Nightmares" as one song; it runs for 41:46, but it really plays more like a suite of several songs that are stitched together with connecting interludes. (The longest song in "Lucid Nightmares" is "Amongst the Phantoms of Abandoned Tumbrils", which runs for 9:31). Also above the nine-minute mark are "Ready for the Final War" (9:16), "The Zombie Terror" (9:43), "The Last Elegy" (10:30), "Beyond Centuries" (9:39), and "Seed of Eternity" (9:19).

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* EpicRocking: Most releases have at least one or two really long songs. ''Infidel Art'' has five of them - only one song on that album ("Suicidogenic", at a mere 4:46) is less than eight minutes long. Their longest song, "Slaughtergarden Suite", is nearly eleven minutes long - unless you count "Lucid Nightmares" as one song; it runs for 41:46, but it really plays more like a suite of several songs that are stitched together with connecting interludes. (The longest song in "Lucid Nightmares" is "Amongst the Phantoms of Abandoned Tumbrils", which runs for 9:31). 9:31; however, the song proper is closer to 7:14, with approximately the last 2:17 being comprised of a trippy interlude.) Also above the nine-minute mark are "Ready for the Final War" (9:16), "The Zombie Terror" (9:43), "The Last Elegy" (10:30), "Beyond Centuries" (9:39), and "Seed of Eternity" (9:19).
3rd Jan '18 2:32:16 PM CassandraLeo
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* EpicRocking: Most releases have at least one or two really long songs. ''Infidel Art'' has five of them - only one song on that album ("Suicidogenic", at a mere 4:46) is less than eight minutes long. Their longest song, "Slaughtergarden Suite", is nearly eleven minutes long.

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* EpicRocking: Most releases have at least one or two really long songs. ''Infidel Art'' has five of them - only one song on that album ("Suicidogenic", at a mere 4:46) is less than eight minutes long. Their longest song, "Slaughtergarden Suite", is nearly eleven minutes long.long - unless you count "Lucid Nightmares" as one song; it runs for 41:46, but it really plays more like a suite of several songs that are stitched together with connecting interludes. (The longest song in "Lucid Nightmares" is "Amongst the Phantoms of Abandoned Tumbrils", which runs for 9:31). Also above the nine-minute mark are "Ready for the Final War" (9:16), "The Zombie Terror" (9:43), "The Last Elegy" (10:30), "Beyond Centuries" (9:39), and "Seed of Eternity" (9:19).
3rd Jan '18 2:26:53 PM CassandraLeo
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*** "Imiuta" (忌み歌) evidently translates roughly as "Abominable Song".

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*** "Imiuta" (忌み歌) evidently translates roughly as "Abominable Song". Note that these kanji are sometimes romanised as "Imi-ka" rather than "Imiuta".
*** "Doman Seman" (ドーマン・セーマン) appears to be an [[https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%82%BB%E3%83%BC%E3%83%9E%E3%83%B3%E3%83%89%E3%83%BC%E3%83%9E%E3%83%B3 amulet]] worn by people who swim in the ocean, intended to protect them from sea demons.
3rd Jan '18 2:13:29 PM CassandraLeo
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*** Hail Horror Hail: 恐怖万歲 (Kyōfu man)

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*** Hail Horror Hail: 恐怖万歲 (Kyōfu man)mantoshi)
28th Dec '17 8:03:59 PM CassandraLeo
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* CulturedBadass: Given that the band has quoted Chopin and Mozart and that Mirai named Music/TheBeatles as one of the major influences on Sigh's increasing experimentation starting at around ''Ghastly Funeral Theatre'', Mirai probably qualifies.

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* CulturedBadass: Given that the band Sigh has quoted Chopin and Mozart Mozart, incorporated references to works like ''Literature/ParadiseLost'' and that Mirai ''Literature/OedipusRex'' into their works, and named Music/TheBeatles as one of the major influences on Sigh's their increasing experimentation starting at around ''Ghastly Funeral Theatre'', Mirai the whole band arguably qualifies, though Mirai, being responsible for the bulk of the songwriting, probably qualifies.qualifies most of all.
28th Dec '17 8:00:30 PM CassandraLeo
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* DudeLooksLikeALady: Some of their early promotional photos are pretty androgynous-looking, particularly Mirai's in the packaging for ''Scorn Defeat''. This was probably at least partially a product of the corpse paint they were wearing at the time; since they stopped wearing it, this no longer particularly applies.
28th Dec '17 7:58:22 PM CassandraLeo
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* CulturedBadass: Given that the band has quoted Chopin and Mozart and that Mirai named Music/TheBeatles as one of the major influences on Sigh's increasing experimentation starting at around ''Ghastly Funeral Theatre'', Mirai probably qualifies.
27th Dec '17 1:10:48 AM CassandraLeo
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* RockMeAsmodeus: Well... they are BlackMetal.

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* RockMeAsmodeus: Well... they are BlackMetal. By the standards of the genre, honestly, they qualify as a DownplayedTrope; a lot more of their lyrics are based on Japanese occult traditions than on Western ones. Mirai has commented that he feels it's pretty silly for bands who may not even know much about Christianity to make anti-Christian music. That said, they definitely still have songs that fall into this trope; they just tend to be the exception rather than the rule.
27th Dec '17 1:06:25 AM CassandraLeo
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** Finally, ''Hail Horror Hail'' has Japanese lyrics in several songs.

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** Finally, ''Hail Horror Hail'' has Japanese lyrics in several songs.songs ("12 Souls", "Invitation to Die", "Curse of Izanagi").
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