Super shredders unite!
Just another fucking day in metal.
Bad news, listeners, I don't have a new episode for you this week because I've been on vacation. But here's…
Spoilers: Creative differences!
We try to convince Revolver editor Brandon Geist to book Manowar at next year's Golden Gods. Check out all of our…
Brendon goes into detail about the how and why he uses the software on a regular basis!
Brendon Small of GALAKTIKON / DETHKLOK Shows You How To Easily Write A Song With Toontrack's Superior Drummer
Learn how to easily write a song from the master himself!
What an epic ending to the track!
Including how and why he uses drum software in his studio
The renowned producer goes old school melodic death metal with his Drumception track!
Code Orange guitarist Reba Meyers wrote her own song over drum tracks written by Megadeth's Dirk Verbeuren.
"We wanted to write something where the idea of a playing a 20 minute slot for a whole summer just wouldn’t make sense. "
To the untrained ear, this review is nothing but nerdy hair splitting; your significant other who knows nothing about metal and your mom will continue to hear a bunch of fucking directionless noise.
On the plus side, one of 'em was owned by Tim McGraw.
Weed themed? Yes. Heavy as fuck? Also yes.
This week, we welcomed special guest Brendon Small, who you may know as the creator of Dethklok and Metalocalypse. Brandon talked about his new solo album, Galaktikon II: Become the Storm, out August 25th (pre-order here). Brendon also talked about obscure horror movies, bad movies so bad they're great, the type of music he's been listening to, how his new album is inspired in part by Paul Simon, retro futurism and Jewish comedy icons.
More importantly, can you identify them?