Released thirty years ago, today...
Hard to believe it has been thirty years. I remember driving to Tapes & T's with my friends to buy the album, rushing back home and taking bong tokes while we sat and listened to the album. To this day still one of my all-time favorites.
I haven't say down and actually learned an entire song in a very long time. This first song I learned was Paranoid which is awesome for a beginner guitarist. I'm thinking about stairway to heaven because its a classic, its really long, its got a bunch of different parts to it and the solo isn't...
3 Archtop beauties. On the left, ES175, deep hollowbody, trapeze tail classic 57 pups as per Steve Howe. To the right, ES137, thinline body with mahogany central block from neck join to tail to reduce feedback. Stop tail piece and bridge, 490r and 498t pups for serious rawk. In the middle is my...
...and it was awesome.
WHW were quite good (and psychotically loud), with a nice selection of newer stuff and a killer version of "Of Empires Forlorn" - and "Saturn and Sacrifice". Videos courtesy of the tireless Metal Chris from DC Heavy Metal:
Primordial exceeded my expectations, and then...
This isn't finished yet, but it was the first thing I recorded when I got my Ibanez 1527z several days ago. Hope you like it because I really enjoy stuff like this!
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Just picked up this DVD on Sunday. Holy shit!
The live version of Heaven & Hell is probably the best one yet. The whole band jam in the middle is sweet (and totally beats the 5 minute Iommi-only solo on the older versions on previous live albums).. Plus, Dio is ridiculous on it. "Fuck off...
Hey, Guys and if they're any women on here
Some friends of mine are getting their ministry band together and what not,
They're called Whisper From Heave and they're symphonic/progressive with eastern influences and a female singer.
They're working on EP right now and have a cool teaser...
From the show they did on 7/30/2009 @ Wacken Open air.
Seems more intense than the radio city music hall versions.
2. The Mob Rules
3. Children of the Sea
5. Bible Black
6. Time Machine
8. Falling Off the Edge of the World
9. Follow the Tears...
This should be interesting. From Black-sabbath.com:
At first, I was wondering about Jorn Lande making the thing sound like a Helloween Side-project. Then I listened to his cover of Stargazer:
I'm hoping they record it. Shame Glen Hughes is invovled, tho.
I saw this at a small local music store that i frequent about 2 months ago.The grain pattern really struck me and I was pleasantly surprised as to how well it played. All the other examples of this model looked plain.This one has a "IbaHUFnezSCHMID" vibe to it.The finish(or lack thereof) on the...