Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Congradulations disney, you've officially ruined the black flag logo!



One of the most underrated Anthrax albums...

This is a rather interesting OFF! pit

I also edited this, anf it looks creepy and cool at the same time

I edited these Megadeth Album covers to make them look bad, but they actually look pretty cool

The Bass Line here is cool

This is a cool scene from my favorite movie

This is from Nosferatu.


Monday, April 18, 2016

This is what the actual on the TSOL EP album cover looks like

This Would be a great sticker

This is a great album cover

This Lamb of God Album needs more Credit

This Would've Been the Best!

This is what Pantera's album cover's should've looked like

Not that they are bad, but the band's T shirts look cooler than their album covers.

This album cover is Cramped!

Album Review: Walk Among Us

Album: Walk Among Us
Band: Misfits
Genre: Horror Punk, Hardcore Punk
Duration: 24:58
Rating: 9.5/10

    Walk Among Us is simply the best Misfits album of any era of the band. It shows the band in their prime, and it has some of their best songs, such as "Astro Zombies", and "I Turned into a Martian". The production is fantastic, and the melodies and hooks in the songs are fantastic. Danzig's vocals are at their best (when he was in the misfits) here. This is also the first album to feature the iconic misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein. Though he may not have been the most talented guitarist, he has an instantly recognizable tone and a great overall guitar sound. Arthur Googy's (he has a freaking weird last name) drumming is pretty good as well. The bass lines are also great, and they shape most of the melody along with Danzig's vocals. One thing that makes this a fantastic album is the tone on it. The overall mood and sound is unmistakably Misfits. If you are only going to buy one Misfits album, get this one. 

Strongest Tracks: "I Turned into a Martian", "20 Eyes", "Nike A Go Go", "Hatebreeders", "Astro Zombies", Vampira", Skulls"

Weakest Tracks: "All Hell Breaks Loose","Violent World"

Black Flag "Clocked In"

Me like this song when me angry.

Best.Guitar Ad. Ever

LOL sometimes I totally feel like Chris Broderick here.

The Periodic Table of Metal

This is freaking awesome and funny.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

This is one of the most underrated albums ever

If these two album covers could be any more different, I would be amazed!

Is it bad that I want to eat this vinyl?

"Superficial Love"


Motorhead Victory or Die

I know its not a classic, but this is easily one of my favorite motorhead songs.

I just learned how to play this badass song!

Album Review: Suicidal Tendencies

Album: Suicidal Tendencies
Band: Suicidal Tendencies
Genre: Crossover Thrash, Thrash Metal, Skate Punk
Duration: 28:17  
Rating: 8.9/10

 Suicidal's first album is one of the greatest crossover albums out there. From Mike Muir's psychopathic laugh in the intro to the album, to him ranting about being institutionalized by his parents, to a humorous description of his (they sound too cliche and comical to be real) suicide attempts, this album is amazingly entertaining. The centerpiece on this album is obviously "Institutionalized". Why? Because it is angry, hilarious, and surreal at the same time. The lyrics are great ("ALL I WANTED WAS A PEPSI!"). However, there are so many songs on this album that are just as good, if not better. "Subliminal" has a catchy melody, a great guitar riff, and the lyrics are great about the government experimenting on people with subliminal messages. "I Shot the Devil" is really great as well. The song is chock full of violent humor, as is "I saw your Mommy". The guitar riff is very thrashy, and so are the drums. The tone and the production on this album is fantastic as well. There are way too many things to complement on this album, so overall, just buy this album if you like any form of Punk or Metal or just rock in general.

Strongest Tracks: "Suicide's an Alternative", "I Shot the Devil", "Subliminal", "Institutionalized", "I want More", "Suicidal Failure"

Weakest Tracks: "Fascist Pig", "Possessed"

Friday, April 15, 2016

Sunday, April 10, 2016

USC guitar competetion 2016

Here's a video of me playing at a competition I entered and lost last week.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Bad Brains live pics


I want this vinyl!

Album Review: Adolescents

Album: Adolescents
Band: Adolescents
Genre: Hardcore Punk, Skate Punk, Punk Rock
Length: 35:28
Rating: 8.2/10 
   The Adolescents self titled album is easily one of the greatest punk albums of all time. The songs are both angry, fast, aggresive, and catchy all at the same time. The band's musicianship sounds solid, and singer Tony Cadena's vocals are infectious. The production could be better, but it still sounds pretty good. One thing about this album is the guitar solos on the song "Amoeba". They aren't just random little blasts of noise, they follow the key of the main riff, and they sound cool. The lyrics on "I hate Children" are great, because they are angry and vulgar, just like any pissed off punk song should be like. So many bands seem to have ripped off this band, a great example would be the intro to "Wrecking Crew", because it sounds like a Grunge song. Overall, this album is fantastic, and it is not one to underestimate.

Strongest Songs:"Amoeba", "I hate Children", "Wrecking Crew", "Kids of the Black Hole" "No Way", "Democracy"
 "L.A. Girl"
Weakest songs: "Who is Who", "No Friends"

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Henry Rollins' vocal performance is great here!

Lamb of God USB!

The redemption lies in your flash drive!

Album Review: GI

Album: GI
Band: The Germs
Genre: Punk Rock, Hardcore Punk
Length: 38:29
Rating: 8.7/10

   GI is the first (and only) studio album ever released 
 by the L.A. punk band The Germs. Not that the production on the album is perfect, but it is much clearer than most punk records, Joan Jett's production is fantastic. It sounds thin, but in a great way. Darby Crash's throaty growling and roaring is fantastic, and Pat Smear's guitar riffs are both catchy and aggressive at the same time. The drumming by Don Bolles is maniacal, and the bass lines cushion the guitar riffs perfectly. The lyrical content is typical Germs stuff, political and Rebellious ("Lexicon Devil"; "Communist Eyes"), and sometimes a little bit nihilistic ("We must Bleed"). The album is a great length for a punk album, clocking in at nearly 40 minutes. Hell, The Germs have one of the longest punk songs ever recorded with "Shut Down". GI will leave any punk fan begging for more!

Strongest songs: "What We Do is Secret", "Communist Eyes", "Ritchie Dagger's Crime", "Manimal", "Lexicon Devil". "We Must Bleed"

Weakest Songs: "Shut Down"