Greetings fellow Metallions and welcome to the J&L post SXW show. In this episode the guys fill us in with great detail on what they got into in Austin during this years SXSW conference. From antics at Mohawk, the Small Stone party at HeadHunters, Brooklyn Vegan, and the esteemed Converse/Thrasher event at The Scoot Inn.
Horns Up! – J&L
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Music featured this episode:
Trash Talk - Eat The Cycle
Skeletonwitch - Stand Fight and Die
Mello Bravo - Ridin
Supermachine - Heavy Bullet
Luder - Hot, Girl On Girl, Vampire Action
Freedom Hawk - Palomino
The Gates Of Slumber - Chaos Calling
Today Is The Day - Slave To Serenity
Hawk Eyes - Witch Hunt
Orange Goblin - If It Aint Broke, Break It
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Suitably fortified and sustained my gaze eventually turn...
My younger brother wrote this really great piece. Read and enjoy!
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Growing up with Aamir, I’ve always enjoyed the heavier side of things when it comes to music. I wouldn’t cal...
Art by Brian Mercer
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I won’t break down each band except ...
All photos Chris Smith/GonzoGeek Media Inc.
Straight out of the car from Houston and straight into metal at SXSW, courtesy of the Show No Mercy Day Party hosted by House of Vans at Mohawk. Mohawk is a great place for this kind of event, with a small indoor stage and a micro-amphitheater allowing for two bands to play simultaneously without any sonic bleed.
Wet Lungs was first up inside. The three-piece’s songs had the brevity and force typical of grind, but also carried a certain mo...
It’s that time again folks: SXSW, the annual excuse for attendees to know exactly where they’ll be on St. Patrick’s Day each year, or to be conflicted about how they’re going to hit the next day party and watch the first rounds of March Madness at the same time. Jibbies & Loond don’t brook these distractions lightly. Their mission is clear and their aim is true; metal immersion. If you are of similar purpose and think you have the stamina to keep up, this episode lays out everywhere you need to be to catch all the top-shelf metal you can while staggering around Austin wondering why you keep forgetting to eat and if your feet really will ever be the same again, again.
Our duo also reflect upon the Randy Blythe not-guilty verdict, look in on what Howard Jones has been up to, revel in the continued ascent of ATX’s own Scorpion Child, and try to keep up with the dueling Queensryches.
Royal Thunder – ‘No Good’
Orange Goblin – ‘Red Tide Rising’
Bed from downloaded copy of Cvlt Nation’s Sonic Cathedrals Vol. XCI, curated by Coffins.
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