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May 20, 2024

Video games for adults are getting increasingly popular. They are everywhere on the internet as well as on dating sites. Many people are aware of these games, but very few actually play them. These games are fun.

In certain of these games there are naked women. Some of them feature sexy, kinky scenes. These games may not be sexually explicit, but they do contain explicit sexual content.

The Fister

The debut album of Fister, Gemini, is a bleak, agonizing trip into hell. The influences of the sludge band are apparent, including a nod to Yob and Burning Witch in the doom-oriented slow part, and brutal screams of the black metal segment. It’s a distinct sound.

For their second album, Decade of Depression, Fister pays homage to the bands that got them into metal in the beginning. The sludge band features tracks that are from Metallica, Slayer, Danzig and Darkthrone and their own sugary rendition of death metal. The band’s approach to the classics is not for everyone, but it is effective by bringing back the sound that was significant to the musical evolution of listeners. The album is brutal, slow and punishing however in a positive way. An absolute must-listen for anyone who is a fan of heavy metal and doom. Check out Fister’s Facebook page and Bandcamp.


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