Sunday, 9 October 2016

Headbanger In A Hurricaine

Hero of a hurricane! Shirtless headbanger defies Matthew to rock out to Slayer’s Raining Blood as he holds an American flag and wind whips his hair

  • Lane Pittman stood in middle of road topless holding the American flag
  • Pittman the began to ‘head bang’ to heavy metal music during hurricane 
  • He was caught of video rocking out to Slayer’s Raining Blood…in the rain

Slayer headanger in a storm

Are got to have a lot of respect for a guy who does something like this and waves the flag mist of one of the biggest hurricanes to hit the East Coast some years now. Not only that with the proper taste in music like Slayer “Raining Blood”. It’s no wonder that this video went viral overnight!

Here is the video of the headbanger Lane Pittman who braved Hurricane Matthew to earn over 18 million FB views from the torrential hurricane not left 156,000 without electricity in the wake of the storm.

Heavy Metal Maniac Lane Pittman Reigns Blood On Hurricane Matthew

Watch on YouTube here: Heavy Metal Maniac Lane Pittman Reigns Blood On Hurricane Matthew

Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Lars Thinks Trump Is The New Napster?

lars from metallica

Apparently, there is a bigger bully on the block and Napster according to Lars Ulric of Metallica:

METALLICA’s LARS ULRICH Will Consider Moving Back To Denmark If DONALD TRUMP Becomes President

published: 10/4/2016 9:16:32 PM +00:00

METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich says that he might consider returning to his native Denmark if Donald Trump wins the U.S. presidential election. Speaking with Denmark’s Ekstra Bladet, Lars — who moved to the U.S. in 1980, when he was only 17 years old — said (translated from Danish): “I am a hundred percent Danish citizen, I pay taxes in the USA but I can’t vote in America.” Asked whether he would move back to Denmark if Trump gets in the White House, Ulrich replied: “Yes, certainly sometimes I think about moving home to Denmark. “I’ll stick to my Danish passport. If Trump becomes president

Even though they were released before I was born “Master of Puppets” and “Ride the Lightning.” I can remember hearing ” Enter Sandman” as a kid and think “man, these guys are slipping”. Then they went off on that 20-year tangent into “Loads/Reload/St. Anger” and by that time I was older and saw it for the pure rubbish it was.

Then they “returned to their roots” a few years ago with that “Death Magnetic” album and for me it was a case of just “too little too late”.

Everyone seems to be raging about how great the new Metallica album is, but I just don’t hear it. It sounds just like the last one and is nothing that exciting.

But that’s just me:

Chuck Armstrong: I dig it. If you listen to the lyrics and the ferocity with which they’re sung, there’s no denying “Hardwired” is a dark, bleak song. Look at some of the other track titles: “Now That We’re Dead,” “Am I Savage?” “ManUNkind,” and “Murder One.” This is going to be a heavy album, not just musically, but thematically. What better way to lift up that message than with implanting self-destruction right in the title?

Read More: Metallica’s Long-Awaited Return: Our Writers Answer Five Big Questions |

I gave my opinion because that’s what music writers do, but I would like the pass do you torch on to the people so they can decide if “Hardwired” is a return to the glory days are just hype. Here is the video for the single day just debuted:

So what do you think? Is the new Metallica “all that”?

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