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I'm looking for grindcore bands. The above is a partial...
"I love sodomy!" - Paul Ledney
I disagree. Metallic hardcore has been around for years, but metalcore is pretty clearly a hybrid with mostly late hardcore influences.
And now, no one remembers them.
Pathologist and General Surgery were pretty good.
Metalcore is later hardcore with a few metal riffs.
Nu-metal is "Rap/rock" with Anthrax riffs.
Ministry is obviously not metal. Neither is Godflesh. They're doing their own thing and should be respected on those grounds. Originally, both...
They flaked out.
The best response is the simplest: sodomize them.
Maybe he raped them first.
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Contact: Dag Hansen
International Day of Slayer
PO Box 1004
Alief, TX 77411
Just print the tracklists for the first two albums, South of Heaven, and then the song name "Raining Blood" here.
I don't think we should jump to conclusions that Jeff was a heavy drinker. A number of sources say otherwise. More likely, heavy meds wrecked his...
Interview: Varg Vikernes
After creating in the course of four early albums an impressive body of art that essentially ended black metal as...
Põhjast – Matused
Unlike most entries in this sub-genre, Matused is not campy hard rock with metal licks and prolonged droning...
Most of us just “attend” to things, like jobs and families, and hope for the best. The giants among us are driven...
Chris Reifert of Autopsy reveals details of The Headless Ritual
Famed for their contributions to late-1980s death metal and its continued...
Meshuggah? 1/10 -- pretentious beatbox music.
Is the holy book fictional, or metaphorical? Is The Republic fictional by your definition?
This sounds like all of humanity. Be selfish, destroy things, then blame religion/government/heavy metal/whatever.
Deeds of Flesh is great; some tech-deth influences, but fewer than you might think. Still shreds!
You may have to ditch the tshirts, abandon the hair (or have it fall out) and possibly even stop going to shows so frequently.