Good morning, it’s time to metal. Here’s some news you might have missed from yesterday:
Leading off, the battle for the rights to Entombed‘s band name appears to have been decided in favor of the non-“A.D.” contingent of the band — a.k.a. everyone other than possible-Tolkien-dwarf L-G Petrov. Hopefully that’ll be the end of this almost-as-stupid-as-the-two-Queensrÿches saga.
Awws, look at how grey Scott Ian’s dumb goatee is now. If it weren’t so stupid, it’d be kind of adorable. Anyway, it’s Friday, and a packed one at that. Loads and loads of new releases to get to this week, not just from Anthrax, but alsoVoivod, Deströyer 666 and a ton more. That’s all outlined below, so let’s not waste any more time than we need to. Here’s what’s on tap for Friday, February 26: Continue reading →
There’s some story making the rounds about Kid Rock and Insane Clown Posse and a dildo, or something. I haven’t read it because I’m worried about my brain melting and falling out of my head, but maybe you’re ballsier than I am?
One thing I’ve always loved about hockey goalies (using the term “loved” relatively, because, well…hockey) is how they can paint their masks with any design they want. Augsburger Panther keeper Chris Mason took full advantage of this rule, and commissioned a gnarly Iron Maiden-themed design on his. It’s pretty badass.
Adrenaline Mob’s bass player apparently quit the band via social media. Without telling the band. Because that’s not awkward at all…
The video’s…fine, I guess. What I love, though, is Metal Injection’s suggestion in their post that we go out and buy the CD for $14.99. Sure, because we’re still in 1999. Anyway, that’ll do it. Check back tomorrow for more Horns Up stuff!