mercoledì 20 luglio 2011
Altar Of Plagues - Mammal
Black metal with intense Atmosphere, this music goes immediatly to your heart.
Hope this guys will continue as they're doing since many years to bring us eccellent music.
Dopo tutti gli scandali legati alla pedofilia, la chiesa ha perso numerosi consensi in Irlanda e speriamo ne perda sempre di più. Il verme che infesta il paese da secoli e che lo ha reso servo e schiavo comincia a risentire del suo stesso veleno. Mi compiaccio di questi gruppi estremamente prolifici invece che continuano instancabili a dar voce al tarlo nell'orecchio dei loro connazionali.
Primordial - Redemption at the Puritan's hand
Another great job for this band, check it out, raw folk/black metal with many dark atmospheres and influences.
Feel the puritan's hand
"Ucciso un altro sogno quel giorno di luglio, la voce spezzata. Chi non piega la testa va tolto di mezzo nel modo più veloce, due colpi ed è tutto finito, un uomo è già un pezzo d'asfalto. Hanno tutto il diritto di uccidere in nome dello stato."
venerdì 8 luglio 2011
sabato 2 gennaio 2010
The Lillingtons (1995-2001, 2006-2008) were a punk rock band from Newcastle, Wyoming. Considered a pop punk act by contemporaries, their sound often draws comparisons from punk pioneers the Ramones.The original lineup consisting of Kody Templeman, Zack, Cory, and Tim as a four-piece only recorded the first 7","I Lost My Marbles", produced by Joe King of The Queers for his More Bounce to the Ounce compilation CD. The band continued as a three-piece after Zack quit. Their first full-length album, titled Shit Outta Luck, was released on Clearview Records in 1996. Following the release of their first album the band decided to change their sound, and in 1999 they went into the studio with producer-engineer Mass Giorgini to record a new LP. The result was Death By Television, an album that took sci-fi-movie-themed songs such as "War Of The Worlds" and "Invasion Of The Saucermen" and combined them with tracks that made references to other retro themes, such as "X-Ray Specs." The band spent the next two years touring heavily within the punk scene and disbanded after teaming with Giorgini for one last album, the spy-themed LP The Backchannel Broadcast,Lookout! Records. The album included the song "Wait It Out", written by Ben Weasel and later re-recorded by The Riverdales for their record Phase Three. released in February 2001 on John Jughead (of Screeching Weasel and Even in Blackouts) filled in as second guitar on many tour stops on the Death by Television and Backchannel tours. Other notable appearances on these tours include Ben Weasel (at The Fireside in Chicago, his first stage appearance since 1995), and Lurch Nobody. Timmy V left the band after Death by Television and was replaced by Austin, Texas drummer Scott. Red Scare Industries reissued Death By Television and Backchannel Broadcast in 2005. The band split for a few years before reuniting with all original members to release a new album, The Too Late Show in 2006 with no plans on reuniting for a tour to support due to the members' other commitments. Frontman Templeman is currently a member of Laramie, Wyoming pop punk band Teenage Bottlerocket. Drummer Timmy V is currently playing as a hired hand with Albuquerque, New Mexico all girl three-piece The Eyeliners, and plays drums in his own project Stabbed in Back, a solo hardcore/punk project entitled A Portrait of Noise.
martedì 8 dicembre 2009
I'm not going crazy, I just love those guys and their music. They play some experimental stuff, an absolute blast from australia! Check them and if you can support them and buy their records, their european tour as finished a couple of weeks ago, but they are coming back next year, so if you haven't already seen them, dont miss their show, have a beer or a cola with them, awesome guys, awesome music.