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  • Last.fm Quiz

    20 oct. 2008, 6h17m par Demigod1

    Saw this is another journal, decided to c/p it and fill it out myself.

    1. How did you get into 29? (DevilDriver)
    I was looking at band articles on Wiki and stumbled across DD's, they sounded interesting, so I decided to check them out.

    2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Machine Head)
    Halo

    3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33? (N/A)
    I have no 33, just two 32s (Kreator & Warrel Dane) My favorite Kreator lyrics are from Dystopia, and my favorite Warrel Dane lyrics are from When We Pray.

    4. What is your favorite album by 46? (N/A)
    I have two 45s (Belphegor, Scars on Broadway), no 46. My favorite album by Belphegor is Goatreich-Fleshcult and my favorite SOB albums is Scars On Broadway

    5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (Bloodbath)
    1

    6. What is your favorite song by 50? (N/A)
    I have no 50, I have 4 46s (Godsmack Good Times, Bad Times[/track]], Soilwork Rejection Role[/track]], Hatebreed I Will Be Heard[/track]], Anathema Fragile Dreams[/track]]).

  • Awesome!

    29 jui. 2007, 5h10m par Rusty92

    Tue 24 Jul – Family Values Tour

    Honestly this was one of the best concerts ever for me.

    There were two stages and both had some amazing bands. At first I went to check out the second stage, where the only good bands were Droid and Five Finger Death Punch Droid Five Finger Death Punch. Those two bands were amazing and werent generic thrash metal either, both were really good. Got autographs from both bands.

    Afterwards I went to first stage and checked out the bands there. I made it in time to see Trivium which were really good, they even did a cover of Master of puppets which they didnt finish.Trivium

    After Trivium were Hellyeah, for me they were the #1 act there. They put on an amazazing show of songs that people will enjoy for sure. They did a cover of Queens Stone Cold Crazy (They called it Stone Cold Wasted). They put on an amazing show and afterwards signed autographs for those who bought their CD (In my case I got their autograph because vinnie remembered spilling his beer…
  • rock news - guaranteed My Chemical Romance free

    14 nov. 2006, 8h23m par dthprod

    SCREAMING FOR BRITAIN
    A Wilhelm Scream return to the UK in January. The full list of dates has yet to be confirmed, but it's to include Newcastle Academy January 17, Glasgow King Tut's 18,
    Nottingham Rock City 19,
    London Islignton Academy 20.

    DEATH TO CKY MAN
    CKY guitarist/vocalist Deron Miller is currently working on a death metal side project. It's called World Under Blood, and involves Hate Eternal/Vital Remains drummer Tim Yeung, and ex-Machine Head/Soulfly man Logan Mader.

    NUMAN'S TELE TOUR
    Gary Numan plays the following shows: Nottingham Rock City December 5,
    Manchester Academy 7,
    London Kentish Town Forum 9.
    He'll be playing the whole of the 'Telekon' album.

    3 INCHES UPDATE
    3 Inches of Blood are finally in the studio, working on their new, as yet untitled album. It's being produced by Slipknot's Joey Jordison. Expect an early '07 release through Roadrunner. The Canadian metalheads are to tour the UK in March.

    CRUMBS FOR THE UK
  • This Day in Music History - April 26

    26 avr. 2006, 14h35m par ChetSparks

    - This Day in Music History - April 26 -

    1938
    Born on this day, Duane Eddy, guitarist, (1960 UK No.2 and US No.4 single 'Because They're Young', plus over 15 other UK & US Top 40 singles).

    1942
    Bobby Rydell (Robert Ridarelli) is born in Philadelphia. His biggest hit is the No. 2 song ``Wild One'' from 1960. He appears in the films ``Bye Bye Birdie'' and ``That Lady from Peking.''

    1945
    Born on this day, Gary Wright, Spooky Tooth, solo, (1976 US No.2 single 'Dream Weaver').

    1960
    Born on this day, Roger Taylor, drums, Duran Duran, (1983 UK No.1 single 'Is There Something I Should Know' plus 25 other UK Top 40 singles, 1984 US No.1 single 'The Reflex'), Arcadia, (1985 UK No.7 single 'Election Day').

    1961
    Born on this day, Chris Mars, drums, The Replacements, (1984 album 'Let It Be').

    1964
    The Beatles attended the 28th birthday party for Roy Orbison.

    1966
    The New York Times reported Ray Charles would undergo tests to see whether or not he had abstained from narcotic drugs.