Opening for this with Forest of Grey. We have presales and I am currently whoring it out everywhere. I'll hopefully have pics up later of the show when it happens and melts my face. Not a fan of Rotting Christ at all, but Melechesh is awesome and this is only the second time they've been in the US in their almost 20 year history and the first US tour. And they're awesome if I didn't mention that. Also Somnae is one of the cooler local bands, I'm going for the opener and the co-headliner. Then probably leaving. Oh ya and for my gig.
Of course I put us first. Whateva.
Hate: KILLER Polish blackened death metal.
If you wanna go, don't forget to bug us for tickets!
Song is Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead. This band is so cool. I was into them in like middle school cuz I stumbled on them through myspace or something and I recently rediscovered them. SO HEAVY. A lot of modern death metal misses that purely heavy quality that's so important... well, here ya go. Just practicing my lung capacity and my "howl" in my lows. FYI, I need suggestions on another song to cover. Something hard, preferably not scene, but i don't really care. Any ideas?
Check out this album I played a couple tracks on. It's mostly Latin flavored, but it's kind of all over the place in a good way. Kelu is a fellow Cornish student and most of the folks on the record are to. Buy it, yo! Support a local starving artist/student!
Also: just figured out how much Ty looks like Obama.
I'm gonna start doing a lot of these. This is a vocal cover I did of Italian Tech death band Hour of Penance. The song is "Liturgy of Deceivers". The band actually saw it, and the guitarist and the drummer said I was awesome! No big deal or nothin. NBD. Well here it is.
My stream of thought. So songs I dig, usually soul or metal, written works I've done or am working on, music I'm working on, etc. So for the first thing EVAR on my brand new bloog, I'll kick it off with two of my favorite songs, one black metal, one soul.
The first is a track off of an early demo from Russian band Old Wainds rereleased under the name of "Where the Snows are Never Gone." Vber kvlt. It's called Guardians of the Icy kingdom in english, something else in Russian. I set it to pictures of Beksinski artwork, fitting I thought.
The second is off of Donny Hathyways "Extensions of a Man" called "Love, love, love." Soulful as humanly possible. Before you die, listen to Songs in the Key of Life and this album. srsly. Well here ya go.