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That's basically the argument I was having decades ago with a buddy of mine about Linux (he was a much bigger fan than I ever was).
His argument: The beauty of it is that if something doesn't work, you can fix it yourself!
Mine: This adds no value to the receptionist who just wants her computer to work.
While Linux has improved tremendously, my position's still pretty much the same. I'm a developer, maybe I could fix some of those problems myself, but I just don't have the time or interest to become a Linux kernel expert - I'm trying to solve my own problems, not somebody else's.
I've known Dark Buddha Rising for years, but the recent release of the Waste Of Space Orchestra debut (which also featured the SOTW) has renewed my interest in them.
Members of DBR play in WOSO and Atomikylä, together with members of Oranssi Pazuzu.
Out of those three, DBR sounds most like WOSO: slow, low and heavy doom metal.
And with "only" 15 minutes Ashtakra I is the shortest track on the album.
This stuff isn't for anyone, but if you're into doom metal you can't miss the Dark Buddha!