This doesn’t deal with some classic topics in art or literature, though. Hardly one would say something new on Hamlet’s question as it has carved itself deeply on campuses’ benches long ago. These guys set the mood for the rest of the night.
With the slogan “Free – Take One!” emblazoned across the top, Rivethead Magazine was a familiar sight in Houston-area record stores, especially those that were — how shall we say — metal-friendly.
If your into a little Darker Metal. Local death metal Bands are rising to new heights. With chances to see the hard core stuff available at Gustos in Boise. Bands like END of ALL FLESH and Deadly Sins get a chance to Spray Blasphamy and Gore on the always Hard Core Fans.
TS: Max has been around officially about a year now. Most people didn’t hear much about it because most of the tours that he started with us were in Europe and other places. His introduction into the band was pretty much through word of mouth. It was tough, because Ryan “Bart” Williams is a guy that we’re so close with, but he was more interested in developing a studio. The decision to leave was a mutual one, and he’s going to help produce the new album. But Max has been friends with us for a long time now; we’ve played with his old band before, and even shared a tour bus while in Europe. He’s a really positive guy and really lit a fire under our asses (laughs). As we get older, we realize that changing band members isn’t as horrible as it used to be. We’ve handled things very professionally.
We’re doing a Faint tour next month but we have out weaker shows and the final one is a big festival here in Omaha with Spoon and some other bands. Besides that I haven’t made any pans to see any shows yet.
TS: I think it was the next step in the evolution of the band. It is centered in the Black Dahlia Murder sound, and we’re at a point that fans can rely on a signature sound and not do anything too crazy. On this album, I think it provided the most complex and catchiest music we’ve ever done. It’s our most developed album to date.
Formed in 1998, All that Remains play metalcore. The band has sold more than 500,000 records in the United States alone. All that Remains have released five full-length CDs, the latest of which titled For We are Many (Prosthetic Records/Razor & Tie).
His band sounded great, particularly returning guitarist Twiggy Ramirez. Manson tore through all of the hits including “Irresponsible Hate Anthem” and “Dope Show”, which was the highlight of the night. He closed with a haunting version of his cover of the Eurythmic’s “Sweet Dreams” complete with candlight and his popular anthem “Beautiful People”.