mstrkrftz:

Guozhuang Garden

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death-psychedelic:

Wayne Barlowe’s Hell-themed artwork

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chanelcries:

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funeralfrost:

Leviathan | Massive Conspiracy Against All Life

Double LP on aqua blue vinyl, a bit transparent. If you recognize a really good black metal album, this is no exception.

fuckmetodubstep:

tekopyhaapaskaa:

markhoppus:

Really embracing the whole experience.

FUCK YOU and PLEASE.

Idiots will be idiots.

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son-ov-hades:

"But now my altars run with Blood! My Fires are corrupt! My incense is a cloudy pestilence of Seven Diseases!"

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blackdoomdeath:

Galdr - Galdr (2011)

fuckmetodubstep:

wat

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blackdoomdeath:

Hell / מזמור split

drittenreichkunst:

Willy Kriegel “Nacht” (GDK 1943)

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bafamal:

Opferblut - Satanic Warmaster

(Before everyone knew he was a faggot.)

My scan.

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withouthorilka:

Георгий Белащенко. Вий. 1897.

Viy by Georgy Belaschenko. 1897.

In East Slavic mythology, the Viy’s are creatures from the underworld, whose gaze kills. Their eyes are usually covered with large eyelids that they can not lift unassisted.

This Ukrainian depiction by Georgy Belaschenko is based on Nikolai Gogol’s short horror story "Viy".

According to Belarussian and Russian folk tales, the Viy’s eyelids could only be lifted by helpers with pitchforks. Whoever made eye contact with a Viy would die. In some versions whole towns and villages would turn into rubble upon the gaze of a Viy. It is considered that the creature is based on the folk idea of the evil eye, which can damage or kill whatever it rests its gaze upon.

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