The Surreal Origins of Primus | Les Claypool on Metallica Ties, Acid Trips, MTV Breakthrough

Primus is one of the most singular, weird and innovative bands in heavy music, which is why it's particularly incredible that they've reached the heights they have and continue to be one of the genre's most beloved acts. But how did they get there? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Khw8Xz_CPdo Bassist-vocalist-mastermind Les Claypool walked us through the surreal origins of his funky… Continue lendo The Surreal Origins of Primus | Les Claypool on Metallica Ties, Acid Trips, MTV Breakthrough

Man or Beast? Metal Vocal Challenge: Lorna Shore’s Will Ramos

You've heard a deathcore vocalist do a pig squeal over blast-beats, but have you actually ever heard a real pig squeal over blast beats? Would you be able to spot the difference? That's the challenge we posed to Lorna Shore vocalist Will Ramos — one of the most animalistic, nightmarishly fiendish frontmen in extreme music… Continue lendo Man or Beast? Metal Vocal Challenge: Lorna Shore’s Will Ramos

TOOL’s Infamous 1993 Scientology Centre Shows | Maynard James Keenan & David Cross Look Back

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwicw3k7TGg In 1993 — fresh off the release of their debut EP, 'Opiate,' the year before — TOOL played two shows at the Scientology Centre in Hollywood, California. The concerts have since become the stuff of legend. A young comedian named David Cross first heard about TOOL when he saw an ad for the shows… Continue lendo TOOL’s Infamous 1993 Scientology Centre Shows | Maynard James Keenan & David Cross Look Back

LORNA SHORE – Live @ House of Independents

Lorna Shore is an American deathcore band from Warren County, New Jersey. Formed in 2010, the group currently consists of lead guitarist Adam De Micco, drummer Austin Archey, rhythm guitarist Andrew O’Connor, and vocalist Will Ramos. They have released three EPs and released their debut album Psalms in June 2015 and their second album Flesh Coffin in February 2017. Their… Continue lendo LORNA SHORE – Live @ House of Independents

M. Shadows: How I Went From Hating to Loving Mr. Bungle’s ‘California’

RevolverMag - July 12, 2019 Versão portuguesa: Whiplash.net Avenged Sevenfold singer on "brilliance" of Mike Patton and Co.'s swan song Mr. Bungle were always a weird band, but with 1999's California, they did the unimaginable: They got even weirder. Over 44 minutes, the album incorporates elements of Hawaiian music, electro-funk, surf rock, doo-wop, folk, pop, psychobilly,… Continue lendo M. Shadows: How I Went From Hating to Loving Mr. Bungle’s ‘California’