"Stake Land" pumps new blood into the vampire genre.
The Mayor makes his GonzoGeek.com debut!
Our dynamic duo have a special treat for you this week, a full-length in depth interview wth Barney Ribeiro of Dubai's premiere death metal band Nervecell. The band released their second CD in Europe, 'Psychogenocide,' in May and describe themselves (accurately) as likeable to fans of Morbid Angel, Death, and Testament. A US tour hasn't been mapped out quite yet, but Barney, a true metal fan as well as musician, is obviously ready to get down to it. Then again, as J&L note prior to the interview, a lot of far more established bands seem to make just one pass across the US and call it a tour these days. And much to J&L'sr chagrin the one-way trip more often than not cuts across the northern side of the continent instead of the southern. Your metal friends also settle the 'great/sucks' debate surrounding Mastodon's new single 'Black Tongue,' fondly recall Killswitch Engage shows gone past, and laugh at the still-occuring conflation of The Sword and Sword (80s Canadian greats).
METAL! - J&L
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Music featured this episode:
Nervecell - 'Amok Doctrine'
Corrosion of Conformity - 'Hungry Child'
Mastodon - 'Blood & Thunder'
Killswitch Engage - 'Holy Diver' (Dio cover)
Sword - 'Stoned Again'
Bruce's Comic-Con Holy Grail, and interview with the man himself...BRUCE CAMPBELL! Hail to the King baby!
Wherein we catch up with "Fairly Legal" star, Sarah Shahi, at Comic-Con 2011.
Those bastards went without me. But here's a couple thousand words for you to enjoy.