Check out this video by Phoenix brutal death metal band Autolysis
WARNING: contains gore
Ladies and gentlemen, I’m proud to present my first music video ever: “For the Empire” by Ye’iitsoh!
Megadeth released the music video for the single “Super Collider” today (we reviewed the entire album here). The plot revolves around two high school kids in love, and Dave Mustaine plays the girl’s angry father who does not let them be together. We see David Ellefson play a science teacher, Chris Broderick play another kid’s father, and Shawn Drover play a school janitor. “Elysian Fields High School 10th Anniversary Reunion” makes us wonder… is a “Youthanasia” anniversary tour in the works?
Ghost B.C. released the music video for “Monstrance Clock,” and we at TBOS must say it’s pretty cool. It was filmed on location at two of the band’s shows in Los Angeles and New York City. We get to see Ghost in their live element, which is where they truly shine. Plus, it’s a nice departure from the “Year Zero” video, where the band barely made an appearance.
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July 3, 2013 | Categories: Doom Metal, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Music, Music Videos | Tags: chris broderick, Dave Mustaine, David Ellefson, ghost, ghost b.c., Megadeth, monstrance clock, papa emeritus, shawn drover, super collider | Leave a comment
These past several days have been interesting ones in the metal community.
In perhaps one of the biggest recent controversies, rumors spread that moshing would be outlawed. This tweet by Oliver Sykes from Bring Me The Horizon fueled the speculation.
Moshing was made illegal in the city of Boston in 2012, and to the best knowledge of TBOS, there hasn’t been any more recent legislation put into action. Kevin Lyman, the promoter of Warped Tour, where BMTH are performing, assured his Twitter followers that moshing has not been outlawed on the tour, but bands are not allowed to encourage it due to possible legal problems.
Motörhead was forced to cancel three shows after singer/bassist Lemmy Kilmister suffered a hematoma. But the band released a statement proclaiming that their frontman was doing well. Motörhead will release their latest album, Aftershock, in September.
Tickets for Iron Maiden’s upcoming London show sold out in a mere 12 minutes. The band have since added a second show. It will be their last show in the UK before they tour the States and headline Rock In Rio and other shows in South America. The band also launched an online store for their Trooper beer this week.
Megadeth announced they will donate the proceeds from their upcoming Gigantour show in Oklahoma City will be donated to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. According to Loudwire, singer Dave Mustaine said, “Many amazing bands have come forward to aid Oklahomans since the May tornadoes came and tore apart their homes and lives. Now it’s time for Heavy Metal to give to this community!”
A 6-year-old girl wowed audiences on “America’s Got Talent” by singing an original death metal song called “Zombie Skin”. Surprisingly, the kid band (called Murp) progressed to the next level of the show.
Another metal-related video went viral this week. The Badpiper, an Australian street performer, made headlines by performing AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck,” complete with pyrotechnics.
In other news:
- Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival (a.k.a Mayhem Fest) kicked off Saturday night in San Bernardino, Calif.
- Andrew WK will be opening for Black Sabbath on their upcoming North American tour.
- Avenged Sevenfold announced that their next album, “Hail to the King” will be released August 27.
- Germany’s Wacken Open Air Festival will be the subject of a 3D documentary.
- Full Metal Jackie now has her own iHeartRadio station.
Thus concludes TBOS’s “This Week in Metal”.
June 30, 2013 | Categories: Concerts, Death Metal, Doom Metal, Heavy Metal, Metalcore, Music, Music News, Music Videos, Speed Metal, Thrash Metal | Tags: 6-year-old death metal singer, AC/DC Bagpipes, america's got talent, andrew wk, Avenged Sevenfold, badpiper, Black Sabbath, bring me the horizon, full metal jackie, Iron Maiden, Lemmy, Lemmy Kilmister, Mayhem Fest, Megadeth, mosh pits, moshing, Motorhead, oli Sykes, wacken festival | 1 Comment
Earlier today, Funny or Die released this video of Dave Mustaine promoting the fictional “Megadeth Warehouse” and their latest album, “Super Collider” (which we reviewed here). Kenny G makes an appearance, and it’s pretty hilarious.
Metal Hammer also brought our attention to this animated “Cooking With Phil Anselmo” video. The music was done by Pantera tribute band Good Friends & A Bottle of Whiskey and would make the Cowboys From Hell proud.
Hope these videos brightened your day, as TBOS plans to bring up a more serious topic (moshing being outlawed) in the near future.
Megadeth debuted their newest single, “Kingmaker,” on Twitter today. Let us just say that it blows the previous single, “Super Collider” out of the water.
The album Super Collider is released June 4.
May 18, 2013 | Categories: Heavy Metal, Music, Music News, Music Videos, Speed Metal, Thrash Metal | Tags: chris broderick, Dave Mustaine, David Ellefson, kingmaker, Megadeth, shawn drover, super collider | 9 Comments
Last time TBOS talked to Hands of a Traitor, they were in the process of planning their newest music video for their single, “Paper Prisons”. The new video can be seen below.
They will be competing in the Battle for Mayhem Thursday, May 23 at Rocky Point Cantina in Tempe, Ariz.
May 8, 2013 | Categories: Heavy Metal, Metalcore, Music, Music Videos | Tags: breaking the nexus, hands of a traitor, Interview, local bands, local music, metalcore, paper prisons, phoenix, progressive metalcore | Leave a comment
Warhead is a speed/thrash metal band based out of Phoenix, Ariz. Their songs are written in the vein of the Big Four of Thrash Metal (Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax and Slayer). They look like they got time-warped into 2013 straight from the 80s, and they sound like it too.
TBOS got the opportunity to interview Warhead and film them as they were rehearsing for their upcoming show. You can also hear their song, “Death Row,” in the video below.
Tomorrow March 15, they will perform at the Rocky Point Cantina in Tempe, Ariz. Other bands on the bill include: Hemoptysis, Scattered Guts, Existence AD, and Fail to Reason. The show is all ages and tickets are $5. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Warhead will be touring in May in support of their debut album, “Death Row”. The full-length interview and more concert footage will be posted on TBOS closer to the album’s release date.
Warhead “Death Row” West Coast Tour 2013:
May 16 – Phoenix
May 17 – San Diego
May 18 – Los Angeles
May 19 – San Francisco
May 21 – Sacramento
May 22 – Eugene
May 23 – Portland
May 25 – Seattle
May 26 – Boise
May 27 – Salt Lake City
May 28 – Las Vegas
For more updates, visit their Facebook page.
March 14, 2013 | Categories: Heavy Metal, Interviews, Interviews, Music, Music Videos, Speed Metal, Thrash Metal | Tags: 13th Floor Entertainment, death row, Existence AD, Fail to Reason, Hemoptysis, local music, metal, Rocky Point Cantina, Scattered Guts, speed metal, Tempe, Thrash Metal, warhead | 2 Comments