Jibbies and Loond were both out in the field this time. Loond comes back with reports of one "one of the greatest show I have ever seen" while Jibbies keeps the fires stoked by describing another band as "on its way to being the biggest metal band in the world." Who could have inspired such ardor in our duo? Have a listen and find out! For your troubles you'll also get to hear about a big steaming turd of a record released by the reigning 'BMBITW,' metal and OWS, moshpit politics, and the seeming ascendence of right-wing elements in the scene. Don't worry though, no dried up hippy bs here. As always, nothing but the freshest, bestest, and heaviest tunes guide the way....down the left-hand path.
Horns Up! - J&L
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Music featured this episode:
Black Tusk - 'Fatal Kiss'
Mastodon - 'Deathbound'
Death Angel - 'Kill As One'
Anthrax - 'The Devil You Know'
Metallica - 'Motorbreath'
All Pigs Must Die - 'Pulverization'
Skin Like Iron - 'Consequences'
Nuclear Assault - 'New Song'
Testament - 'The Preacher' (live at the Fillmore)
This fresh in from Small Stone Recordings:
"It is that time of year again, and we are busy working on the Small Stone gigs at the worlds largest rock n' roll Spring Break party known as SXSW. We do not have the show dates or venues 100% confirmed as of yet, but we can tell you that ...we will be bringing the following acts in some form or another to Austin for SXSW 2012:
1) Backwoods Payback
2) Dixie Witch
4) Freedom Hawk
6) Infernal Overdrive
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Some of you might be wondering what a collaboration between Lou Reed and Metallica sounds like. Wonder no more. GonzoGeek readers are weighing in. They're not pleased.
"The whole world should stand with their backs turned to Metal-licka if for no other reason than that piece of utter shite called 'Lulu'.
No wonder they were afraid about having an “inadequate security blockade” .. LOL
I don’t blame L...