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By far one of metal's most underrated guitar legends. Guy could pull bluesy metal riffs out of his ass. Also, what he could do with just a couple...
Yes. Dave King of Flogging Molly on vocals too. First 2-3 albums are great.
Don't wring your fingers about it.
Keith Emerson's skull will remember that.
The new Priest utterly rips so far. I am slamming my payment on the front desk the day that record drops. Some new Thor too? Yes, please.
There's overselling, and then there's Ric Flair, good God.
They did. Century is basically a handful of underground legends like Coroner, Dark Funeral, and Napalm Death, and then a whole lot of nobodies...
A lot of horseshit, but there's some good ones in there. Jethro Tull, Karl Sanders, Krokus, Fear, The Zombies (yes, those Zombies, the same...
I'm picturing Jon Lord using his B3 like a flak cannon while violently shaking it like he usually did and wearing a Rambo bandana and a blood...
Once again, nothing to do with consensus, they are not metal by the faintest of technicalities, consensus or not.
Why thank you.
Shhh. Don't tell Lars...
He can smell your illegal copies.
Hell Awaits was originally a Christmas record, as the rare bootleg scrap of lyrics, "With the High Santa awaiting, candy cane in hand, spilling...
Patti Smith's 1959 collaboration with Glenn Danzig, entitled The Skulls of Rock and Roll African Americans, is credited with pioneering folk metal.
Tokyo Blade in named for Godzilla severing the French capital city in half with his phallus.
I thought it was Paul Di'Anno, but it turns out he was with The Kinks.
Varg Vikernes played bass for Mayhem under the pseudonym Count Grishnackh.
Contrary to popular opinion, The Marvelettes were not the first thrash metal band.
Tony Iommi frets his chords harder because two of his fingertips are artificial.
Black Sabbath were formed in 1968.
Influences on metal include...
Dave Mustaine from Iron Maiden is my favorite tuba virtuoso.