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  1. Some Kind of Monster.

    I applaud Metallica for putting that all out there for the world to see. It took balls to show a warts and all doco of a band’s self destruction, and coming through it all stronger than before (though minus a bass player, but gaining a new one). Particularly when they come off as spoilt rockstars complaining about petty crap. But I thought it was quite entertaining, and worth a watch as a Metallica fan.
  2. Terminator - Dark Fate

    Yeah, I’m not sold on that either. They were like “look, we’re rated R, so that means it’s gonna be good!” Not necessarily.
  3. Aggressive Music

    Pantera and Slipknot come to mind for me. They’ve both made great aggressive music
  4. Deadland Ritual (Matt Sorum’s new band)

    Here’s a recent live pro shot of Deadland Ritual playing at Hellfest in France. The band starts about 2 minutes into the video. Matt is playing his ass off!
  5. Deadland Ritual (Matt Sorum’s new band)

    Their new single, Broken and Bruised
  6. And that’d make for 3 new albums of new material. Give us a triple album to outdo the UYI 1&2 double set.
  7. Deadland Ritual (Matt Sorum’s new band)

    Troubadour Setlist: Symptom of the Universe (Black Sabbath) Dimas Neon Knights (Black Sabbath) City of Night Slither (Velvet Revolver) Fade and Disappear Sweet Leaf (Black Sabbath) Walls Guitar Solo Rebel Yell (Billy Idol) Broken and Bruised Dead Before Sunrise N.I.B. (Black Sabbath) Down in Flames War Pigs (Black Sabbath)
  8. Deadland Ritual (Matt Sorum’s new band)

    Here they are playing Slither at the Troubadour tonight. Pretty solid performance, and Matt’s drumming is great. He’s definitely playing like he has something to prove!
  9. I couldn’t find a topic about this band already created, so I thought I’d start one up. This is Matt Sorum’s new band with Steve Stevens, Geezer Butler and Franky Perez. They’ve released one song so far (Down In Flames), with another to be released later this week, and they’re playing their debut gig at the Troubadour tonight. Matt has said that they’ll play songs from each of their previous bands catalogues live along with their original material. So we can expect to hear Black Sabbath, Billy Idol, and VR and maybe some GN’R too. Is anyone from here going along to tonight’s gig?
  10. Terminator - Dark Fate

    Trailers should grab your attention and excite you enough to want to see the film. This doesn’t really excite me much.
  11. Terminator - Dark Fate

    Not sure what to think of that trailer, but I’m not very impressed. It’s got a hell of a lot to live up to being a direct sequel to T2, and that trailer doesn’t give me much hope.
  12. I have articles from that period when it was reported that Moby was working with Axl, and GN’R. And Moby was quoted saying something like “they’re working with loops, and doing it better than anyone else is” An odd quote, but Moby was praising Axl and GN’R for what they were doing musically while he was there with them. I’ll see if I can dig the articles up and transcribe exactly what was written.
  13. Guns N’ Roses to me, should at least comprise of Axl’s vocals and Slash’s guitar. Take either of those thing away, and it’s not GN’R. That said, I like a lot of CD, but I don’t really consider it Guns N’ Roses because it lacks Slash’s distinct guitar tones and style.
  14. Avengers: Endgame

    Saw it today and it was fantastic. I laughed, I cried. It was an epic finale, and I loved it!
  15. I haven’t had time to listen to this episode yet. What does she say about that?
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