I have been getting super excited over the announcement of Brendon Small’s Galaktikon and season 4 of Metalocalypse coming on the 29th April. I have been a a big Dethklok fan from the start and from what I have heard of Galaktikon so far this project is going to live up to it. As of today three samplers tracks have been released and they are Dangertits, On My Way and Prophecy Of The Lazer Witch. My personal favourite is On My Way.
If you are fan like me you may be interested in the merchandise packages that are available on the Brendon Small’s website I went for the t shirt/hoodie combo.
Galaktikon has been described by Brendon Small as a “high stakes intergalactic extreme rock” album about a “very messy, public, intergalactic divorce” between two superman man lois lane esque characters. The album will have Dethklok members Gene Hoglan on drums, and Bryan Beller on bass.
Below is an interview with Brendon Small talking about his use of the Carvin Legacy amps and the idea and production behind Galaktikon.
In the early 90’s one of the hottest bands on the groove heavy metal scene was White Zombie a four piece with a signature style fronted and founded by writer, vocalist, and graphic artist Rob Zombie with Sean Yseult on bass, Jay Yuenger on guitar and during the 93 period in the video below Phil Buerstatte on drums.
Back in 1993 the band were on tour after the success of their critically acclaimed album La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. 1 which spawned the all time classic singles Thunder Kiss ’65 and Black Sunshine. The band split in 1998 with Rob Zombie launcing a successful solo career winning a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance and later going on to establish a career as a film director, creating two of my favourite horror movies House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects.
I have been a White Zombie fan for many years with the 90’s era being my personal favourite so when I found the video below I was super stoked that it was a full concert and that someone had taken the time to upload it.
This morning I came across this little gem whilst doing my daily viral video check up and was pleasantly surprised. I’m not usually one for short films as I often find them to be well pretentious and boring but this one grabbed my attention and kept it with the beautiful scenery and amazing physics I shudder to think how long it must of taken to get right.
Created by: OddBall Animation
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Tagged RUIN, Short Film
Cassette Boy is back and this time they have mashed up the news creating a rather hilarious two minutes and forty four seconds of video.