Clip of the Day
While trolling the interwebs, I found this incredible clip from an unknown Fantomas live show of the band performing the weirdest Slayer medley you'll ever hear. Fantomas of course features Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo amongst it's ranks, as well as Buz Osbourne of The Melvins and Mike FN Patton. I love how they completely tore apart Slayer and remixed it in their own special way. This clip made my day.
Years! How arbitrary. This one is different though. This year…goes to 11!
Last week, all of us junkies let out a collective LOL at the Teen Werewolves in San Antonio news report. Seems like that shit went viral quick. And, some kids seem to be oppressed, like Evan here…
After getting mid-way through the video, it's unfortunately clear that this is a fake video. As in, this dude is clearly in on the joke. What gave it away? Why, the Google Ads on the video. No self-respecting werewolf would profit off of their misery. With that said, still fucking hilarious!
[ Thanks to MetalSucks for the heads up ]
This video needs no introduction…
[ via Brandon Geist ]
PitPOV.com has an entire playlist of live clips from Fear Factory 3.0's show in Dallas, TX. They closed with Replica and some outry drum wankery by the mighty Gene "The Machine" Hoglan. Worth a viewing!
Lil' Jon samples SLAYYYYEEERRRRRRR's Raining Blood. You're welcome.
Public Enemy did it better.
Neil Hamburger is not just America's funny man, he is one of my favorite comedians. I saw him do standup not too long ago with Sid and he delivered this joke and I lost it. The guy rules! If you ever get the chance to see him, do it, he's like a trainwreck in action. The funniest line I ever heard came out of his mouth and it was "Can I get some more laughs in the monitors?". If that's not enough, he sings too. After the jump, check out the amazing cover art for his upcoming collaboration with Australian punk act The Hard Ons… (more…)
If you haven't heard, Conan O'Brien has taken over the reigns of the Tonight Show. Sid and I have been watching since he started last Monday and so far, it's been great. The show is basically the same as the old Late Night show, a little less "edgy" and a lot higher budget. How high? Every night there have been some amazing cameos, including last night when Conan went Craigslist shopping for a new guitar. Not knowing much about guitars, Conan enlisted the help of none other than SLASH to help him out. This clip is pretty hysterical. One thing that really urks me is these people they visit don't really seem to be too excited that fucking Slash is in their living room playing their guitar. Wake up people!
In case you are wondering, CoCo is a nickname Tom Hanks gave Conan in the first week of the show, but since you watch the show, you already knew this!
DAATH's newest album, The Concealers, has several good songs, impeccable musicianship and enough variety to consistently hold interest. It won't change your life, but good metal doesn't always need to, and for a heavy, catchy American death metal album, you could do a lot worse. (more…)
Gene Simmons recently had a debate with music industry guru Bob Lefsetz. They are both Jews, they both have conflicting viewpoints. The yenta fight that ensues is comedy gold. In my opinion, I think Gene finally got his ass handed to him:
With Christmas only days away, I think I've just had about enough of all the Christmas caroling and all the terrible commercials equating love with consumerism; which is why our (self-proclaimed) "classic" AntiChrist-mas Special still holds relevant. Check out what happens when Rob takes the Christmas spirit a little too far, and loses all his friends and perhaps all of eternity in the process…
Be on the lookout for an ALL NEW Metal Injection Holiday Special on Christmas Day!
We found this fantastic clip from our 2006 Christmas special in the dusty attic of the Metal Injection studio, and figured we should re-upload it back to the site just in time for the holiday season. We got a few bands to rework the 12 Days of Christmas to put a little metal spin on it. Can you figure out who all 12 are? If you can't, the answers are after the jump… (more…)
People were really scared of metal in the 80s. Were people really this retarded? I guess not much has changed, as their reactions to "satanists" is akin to the reaction to "terrorists" nowadays. Anyway, this clip is awesome. Check out some retro hair-dos and some signs if your child is a Satanist at the end.
Yesterday we posted a new commercial featuring the Prince of Darkness, OZZY OSBOURNE acting like a bumbling idiot who nobody can understand. That is not the Ozzy that I remember! The Ozzy I remember is coherent, hilarious and scares older folks. Thus, I went on a journey to prove this and found this amazing video clip, of an interview Ozzy did a few months after Randy Rhodes died. The interview is really compelling, as Ozzy really opens up and talks about how people were treating him. Keep in mind, in 1982 people thought Ozzy Osbourne was the devil, not in a cute Hot Topic way, but in a literal "Oh My God, my children will kill themselves if they listen to his music" kind of way. And, that's way we like him!