Jun 30, 2013
Jun 27, 2013
"The high tech trio includes a 78 fingered guitarist fitted with 12 picks, an electronic octopus of a drummer who can wield 21 drum sticks and a keyboard player that can shoot laser beams from its eyes."
Full story here.
Jun 26, 2013
OK, I know that I'm pushing the term 'black metal' here, but her vocals where very contrasty to the (purposely) generic background music, that I think BM best summarizes it. Although screamo wouldn't be too far off.
I'll be honest, I had chills when this little kid and her nine-year-old brother came on stage and started performing. Hats off to the parents. Way too cool. So innocent and yet so brutal.
Big thumbs down to the guy who once used to be cool and funny. I'm talking about Howard Stern. He totally disliked and poked fun of the kid. And like a flag in the wind, he changed his decision only once realized the crowd was not on his side.
Check out the song "Zombie Skin" performed by Aaralyn and Izzy.
Jun 24, 2013
Back in December of last year, Dave Mustaine posted (another) rant, this time against Men's Wearhouse, for the company's tardiness in delivering a gift certificate he purchased for the band's tour manager.
On January 2, Men's Wearhouse responded to Mustaine via Megadeth's Facebook page, admitting that the delay in processing the order was "unacceptable" and standing by its promise to "deliver world-class customer service."
Fast forward six months and here he is again, this time Mustaine teamed up with Kenny G for a new Funny Or Die video spoofing Men's Wearhouse commercials. The clip features Mustaine as the featured spokesman, detailing the story of Keith, a man in need of a metal album to psych him up for a big job interview. The Kenny G appearance here actually steals the show, the bit would have been funnier if Mustaine wasn't trying to pimp his new (and arguably) shitty album.
Funny Or Die is a comedy video web site founded by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's production company, Gary Sanchez Productions.
Jun 23, 2013
Jun 22, 2013
Test your metal hearing and your metal concert experience.
If you only see a visual midway through (and no sound), you're a metalhead who has seen a lot of shows. If towards the end, you still hear the sound, you're a poseur. If you hear nothing throughout the video, you better go see a doctor.
Jun 20, 2013