This footage is taken from the Iron Maiden VHS 'Behind the Iron Curtain,' which briefly documented the band in Eastern Europe on the World Slavery Tour. For those who don't know, bassist Steve Harris is an accomplished soccer player and was asked to train with West Ham United. He kept music as his passion and soccer as a hobby, but still played well!
Forget the partridge in a pear tree and five golden rings, it's time for a viking death metal Xmas! On second thought, those five rings of gold might actually make some sense here. Anyway, here's a metal take on a holiday classic.
"Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!" We're all familiar with this chant being paraded on the controversial 'The Jerry Springer Show.' In one episode, the theme of the show was rock groupies. The hunk in Type O Negative, Peter Steele, came on to the show to share his experiences.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's … a guitar!? Uh oh! We're speculating as to what was said during this event that was fortunately caught on film. Hey, if you're gonna accidentally destroy your guitar, you might as well have footage of it, right?
Cover songs can be really tasteful or an abject failure in paying tribute to one of a band's favorite artists. Every now and then some peculiar covers pop up in metal where a band will play something entirely out of their realm. In this case, the band Raintime covers the Michael Jackson hit 'Beat It.'
When one hears the words "neo-classical technical death metal," the clarinet is not the first instrument that comes to mind, nor the second, nor the fifteenth. Somewhere down the list around 30 comes the clarinet in regards to Necrophagist, but this skilled man still tackles the band's brutal 'Fermented Offal Discharge' on his woodwind instrument.
This video is a classic Internet sensation in the metal world. In 2006, Cannibal Corpse were banned from playing in Australia due to the graphic nature of their music. This man points out that since you can't understand the lyrics anyway, the music must be the real issue!
Where does anyone even start with Alice Cooper and his vast catalog? The best bet is at the beginning. Analyzing the work of Alice Cooper is a daunting task as 'Pretties For You,' the debut, came out in 1969. The dissolution of the full band came after 'Muscle of Love' in 1973 and 'Welcome to My Nightmare' kicked off Alice's solo career. He has evolved his musical styles to keep with current trends, sometimes with raving success and other times with critical failure.
The first dance is a treasured moment for newlywed couples as they smile, looking lovingly into each other's eyes, and thinking about how happy the rest of their life wi...DUN DUN! Wait, what was that!? Here comes the breakdown!
Can't we all just get along? Punks and metalheads are notorious for not getting along, despite grindcore existing as a crossroad we can all meet at and thrash borrowing heavily from punk. Luckily, one person understands that we aren't all that different and does some riffing to show us!
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