A few weeks after the tragic death of Anal Cunt frontman Seth Putnam, Decibel comprised a pretty solid number of big names in metal to pay tribute to the most offensive man in metal. Decibel got touching obits from the likes of Phil Anselmo, Mike Williams of Eyehategod and Scott Hull of Pig Destroyer all recounting why they loved Putnam so much. Check it out here. Anselmo put it best when saying "If you were a fan, celebrate the guy’s life — he’d want you to. And if you weren’t, mind your own business…"
It's Tuesday and for the first time in a while, there is no LOST on tonight. I guess I'll just have to listen to new music from these artists…
You can grab a taste of weird via a brand new track from The Melvins. Noisecreep is hosting a stream of the track "The Water Glass", which features a military march interlude. If it weren't weird, it wouldn't be The Melvins.
MyChildren MyBride have posted "Crimsom Grim" to their MySpace page. I sampled the track and reached a breakdown within 30 seconds of the start of the song. That's always a plus.
Haste The Day have posted a new track to their MySpace page as well, "Dogs Like Vultures", which wastes no time and just starts right off with a breakdown.
Finally, for those of you who want less breakdowns and more grind, new samples from Scott Hull's upcoming grind compilation This Comp Kills Fascists Volume 2 have been made available. Do you really need me to tell you this shit sounds awesome? It's Scott FN Hull!