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Now this is cool...Thanks for the invite, DB!
This is a great link for Dimebag fans. Its his Dean Guitars page. You can watch videos, see pics, and it has all of his guitars on there that you can dream of buying. There is also a link to the Dimebag tribute chopper, its a sweet ride.
yeah, I catch some metal show on one of the MTV channels sometimes. But, they always end up playing some glam crap from the '80's like Winger, and it become WTF?!, that ain't metal!!
Cool story about Lamb of God. Thanks for posting, MT. I know you disagree, but you do have to admit that it's nice seeing guitar-oriented music being in the limelight these days.
Headbangers ball was the **** back in the day when it first came out with Ricky whats his face, and it was on the old regular MTV that still played music videos instead of reality crap and game shows all day.
Thanks MT. I know even know if I have MTV but I wouldn't mind checking that out.
It must be metal week on MTV2 or something. A ton of Headbanger's Ball is on.
I disagree, but what the hell, you guys enjoy them.
He has pressed some of his metal stuff....look up As*jack.
I have all of his bootlegs including the AssJ*ack boots. Its good stuff.
Cannibal Corpse, ah some good ol' death metal. When Chris Barnes was with them I saw them a few times, they do put on a hell of a show. Speaking of Chris Barnes, I saw Six Feet Under when they toured for the "Haunted" album. That was such a great album. With Allen West from Obituary, and Terry Butler from Death, it was like an all-star line-up. I would have to say that had to be the best
show I had been too.
Hank III is coming to town soon, and I cant wait. He plays half country and half metal at his shows.
He has pressed some of his metal stuff....look up As*jack. I haven't been to a good metal show in quite a few years. Pretty much since the wife and kid took over It has been 2-3 shows a year. Back in the late 90's I went to just about every Hardcore show there was, until the HC scene turned gay (not that there is anything wrong with that). As far as best shows go, it's hard to pinpoint but Cannibal Corpse/Broken Hope at The Abyss (either 95 or 96) was pretty good.
Beer And Metal is 42 today. He would enjoy this group DB.
To answer the question about best show, metal show I assume, mine would be years and years ago.
At the Music Hall I saw a three-band show in '78 (give or take a year). The opener was a band called the Godz, if it weren't for Coney Hatch the Godz would be the best band the world never heard of. Second up was Judas Priest, they were in full force at the time, probably the last tour they didn't headline. Last up was Frank Marino And Mahogany Rush. This would be the first night I ever threw up without being sick so FM and Mahogany Rush was probably better than I remember.
The smoke from the audience was so thick you literally couldn't see the stage when the spotlights were just so. Damn what a night.
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