CANTO: New songs from Soilwork and So Hideous, plus updates from Killer Be Killed and Swallow the Sun


I need to start getting ready to get drunk, so I’ll keep this short and sweet.

Isn’t that something? I sure think so. Anyway, that’s enough outta me until tomorrow.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
– Corey

CANTO: Papa Emeritus III, Marshall’s new product line, a new track from Ecstatic Vision, and more!


Happy Thursday! Lots of good stuff today. Just kidding… I haven’t even started looking yet. Huzzah!

Dan mentioned something about new Amorphis… but I can’t find it.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”
– Corey

CANTO: God Hating on Rock Am Ring, Apple Music Becoming a Thing, and New Lamb of God!


We have reached yet another week. I am just now realizing that I totally spaced on yesterday’s weekly review and, strangely, I’m not broken up about it in the slightest.

For the most part… it’s quite good.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”

– Corey

Quickies: News from Ghost, Stubbornness from Bill Ward, and New Music from WRVTH


Another day done. And another day closer to the weekend. At least it’s super nice out. I can’t wait to drink outside… right now.

Fun stuff. I think.

“Ein Bier… bitte.”

– Corey

Live. Love. Plow. Horns Up. 

Quickies: New System of a Down on the way? Plus, ’50s jazz-style metal album covers!

Quickies time! Let’s see what we missed in the metal world today:

  • System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian says the band has discussed the possibility of recording a new album. Nice of them to start discussing, seeing as the band’s last recorded output—Mesmerize and Hypnotize—will each be celebrating their tenth birthdays this year.
  • For fuck’s sake: two fans were hospitalized after being stabbed at a Cattle Decapitation show in La Habra, CA, last night. If the cited “early reports” are true and this guy pulled a knife in response to being shoved in the mosh pit…dude, what the hell were you doing at a metal show in the first place?
  • The first Metal by Numbers of 2015 is out over at Metal Insider, and here’s a fun fact: the 27 albums on this list sold a combined 63,000 copies and change. Twenty-seven. And 63,000. Somewhere, a music industry executive is crying himself to sleep.
  • This is kinda cool: artist Rafa Melandi has designed alternate covers for classic albums from Metallica, Pantera and others to make them look like 1950s jazz LPs.
  • And finally, death metal and fat people New Year’s Resolutions come together as one, in Death Medical’s new video “Cardiac Forest”

Welp, I wanna go do some cardio now. Actually, I don’t because it’s -140 degrees out. That’s an actual temperature reading, definitely not a number I just pulled out of my ass. Anyway, that’ll do it for today–check back tomorrow for more!


Live. Love. Plow. Horns Up.