In between The Faint records and Depressed Buttons, and our parties I seem to make it here monthly. At least read them and make some revisions before turning in. A: The live thing is something that you really take in as a whole.
Heavy metal music is one genre that typically does not get as much attention as it really deserves. To many people, heavy metal has carries a lot of negative connotations that turn them off right away. I hope that in the future people are able to get past these perceived negatives so that they can enjoy the complexities and, perhaps surprisingly, beauty of heavy metal music.
For more info: See this previous article for more information on the Rites of Darkness II Festival. The venue for the festival has apparently been confirmed as the White Rabbit.
While extreme music might be getting more popular death metal is not. death metal is an underground form of music and always will be. There is a lot of nu-metal that is getting more and more popular but true Death Metal will never get to that point.
Now the fun part! Crank that song and put it on repeat. Get yourself in the feeling place of the song and groove with it. While you’re dancing around you are to think about this dream person. Imagine what it would be like to be dancing with them, flirting, smiling, winking and basically having a fun, carefree and playful time.
We ended up doing sixteen issues before everyone got real jobs and were to busy making a living to do the magazine so we went on a hiatus until about ten months ago when we all got together for Jeff’s birthday and somehow or another we decided to do the podcast.
Well, If you checked them out. I hoped you enjoyed it. I may have missed a couple or misplaced them in the wrong spot but, I’m sure you get the point. Look them up on myspace and add them. I’m sure they’d love that.
I went to graduate school in September 1991. I had worked with so many kids who were strung out on drugs and had other problems and I wanted to help so I went to school to be a social worker. Also, I was 27 and Rivethead wasn’t paying the bills so I had to get serious.
The Midwest Meltdown US Tour will begin on Sept. 16 and the next night will be in St. Louis at Fubar. The full list of tour dates is available here. Their debut album will be available on Oct. 4.