Good morning, it’s time to metal. Here’s some news you might have missed from yesterday:
Leading off with some sad news, Chris Cornell was found dead late Wednesday evening. The former Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman was just 52 years old, and it’s hard to put into words how enormous a loss this is. Rest in peace, Chris.
I often find myself beginning profiles of people I know by telling you what a great person the profilee is. Well, this one isn’t going to be much different. Except my effusive praise for this young lady can be substantiated by scientific principles. Caroline is an exceptional human being. One that everyone should feel privileged to know. Her humor, talent and insightful intelligence know no bounds. When it comes to her art, Caroline is not only talented, she’s downright phenomenal. Despite her piss-poor self-promotional abilities, almost everyone praises her artwork, photography skills and general awesomeness. So, herein follows a brief look into the mind of a genius. Continue reading →
After two weeks away, it’s time for another CONCERT POD®! (Not actually ®) The guys chat about recent live shows from Dragged Into Sunlight, The Tallest Man on Earth and Inter Arma, all of which — spoiler alert! — kicked ass. Plus, new albums from Anicon and, well…Inter Arma! (It’s a pretty solid episode for the dudes from Richmond, all told.)
All that and much, much more in Episode 49, so check it out!
By now, it’s no secret Pyrrhon dropped their Running Out Of Skin EP this week and if you missed out, rectify that immediately. More of their scathing, improvisational style of death metal is always a good thing. This particular release was recorded live in studio and fully captures the heart and soul of what this band is all about. It’s unorthodox, jagged, mind bending, and all that in just three songs. But to cap it off, we also get a gritty Death cover that (no surprise here) the band absolutely owns. Continue reading →