Bow down at the altar of the almighty riff! Nobody can underestimate the power of the riff; there's even a festival named Power of the Riff. In this 2008 video, you can watch guitarist Brodie Cumming tear off 100 classic and powerful riffs!
Ah, the age old question nobody wants to answer when a kid asks it -- where do babies come from? There's the old stand-byes of the stork and "When a man and woman are in love, or even if they're not in love..." among various other tales of conception, like in this video!
When forming a band, one of the most obvious requirements is an ability to play your instrument. Second, bands should practice their songs together. We know this seems unnecessary to state, but this video validates our cause.
Black Sabbath are the band that started it all. Over the last 40 years, they have released 19 studio albums, which is a lot of material for any fan to digest. Of course, we have the staple songs that will never leave any playlist and can be played on repeat until the end of time without ever sounding overplayed. There's 'War Pigs,' 'Iron Man,' 'Black Sabbath,' 'Children of the Grave, 'Neon Knights,' 'Heaven and Hell,' and the list goes on and on. But what about the hidden gems and albums that don't get their time in the spotlight?
This Flying V guitar takes the idea of flying to a new level, looking more like a plane capable of flight than a functioning guitar. Standing proud at seven-and-a-half feet tall, this guitar is about as big as Tony Iommi's riffs.
Before settling on the name Deicide, the band was know as Amon. They were a part of the burgeoning Tampa death metal scene alongside others like Morbid Angel and Nocturnus. Here we have a video gem of how confusing death metal was to everyone on the outside.
Bill O'Reilly is no stranger to having controversial figures on his show. Usually, O'Reilly interrupts his guest whenever the guest starts to make a valid point, but not here. In 2001, O'Reilly conducted an interview with Marilyn Manson as part of the show's Children at Risk segment.
You'd think in metal everyone would be practically carnivorous, but there's some vegan bands out there like Carcass and Cattle Decapitation to name a couple. The rules must be that its only cool to kill humans in metal. That's where the Vegan Black Metal Chef comes in to help you make tasty, animal-free num-nums!
GWAR front-thing Oderus Urungus has made countless appearances on all sorts of TV shows, giving outrageous interviews that usually just end up fueling the fire for the band's controversy. Back in the '90s, shock rock was making waves again, terrifying parents and outsiders alike.
This might be the first and only time nobody is saddened by the inclusion of "death" and "puppy" in the same sentence. Watch as his puppy promptly go nuts while the Vital Remains song 'Dechristianize' plays.
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