Late with this, because reasons. And by “reasons,” I mean “good god, did ANYTHING actually happen in the metal world today?” I certainly couldn’t find much. But we’ll give it a shot. Here goes:
- Rage Against the Machine bassist Tim Commerford apologized for the band’s role in influencing Limp Bizkit in a recent interview. This qualifies as “news,” I guess.
- Interesting tidbit from the RIAA: apparently vinyl sales are making more money than ad-supported streaming services. (This, again, is feigned interest.)
- Hey — finally something I’m actually interested in! Abbath is going to be releasing a 7″ single for his new song, “Count the Dead,” in December. The b-side? A cover of Judas Priest‘s “Riding on the Wind.” Color me intrigued.
- Aaaaand just like that, we’re back to absolutely worthless stuff. Blabbermouth put out an actual post about Slayer guitarist Kerry King’s thoughts on NFL rule changes. Because anyone actually cares about Kerry’s word vomit.
- And finally, since I promised you a video yesterday, here’s the new clip for Amorphis’s “Death of a King”:
I love the song, and the video’s…fine, whatever. But honestly? It’s days like today when I start to wonder why Canto even exist. Oh well, here we are. G’night, kids.
Keep it heavy,