I refer to Infernal Combustion far too much for a satirical webzine that published most of its relevant numbers more than a decade ago. This is because Keith Bergman and Mark Tinta put together some awesome writing in an era in which there was a lot less stuff on the internet, and it's had some staying power. This is where that Amon Amarth copypasta comes from, as well as what I'm referring to when I talk about Hypocrisy and Gamma Ray wrecking a hotel room, or attribute certain guidelines on music to King Fowley. ("...[I]f it's not on vinyl and I don't own the band's backpatch, it's probably homosexual!") So go read it, and whine that the Wayback Machine folks have the later, Roadrunner/Blabbermouth-aegised content stored under a different hierarchy.
Also, if you got here from a misformed phpBB URL wrapper for a picture on a site for Ukranian prostitutes, please leave a comment explaining how that even happens. I get referrer spam all the time, but seldom is it this obviously sketchy or this functionally impossible.