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  • PHLEGEIN-FROM THE LAND OF DEATH

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  • On this day in 1949, Cliff Williams of AC/DC is born in Romford, Essex, England.

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  • PILLARS OF CRUCIFIXION-CHAPTER II

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  • I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus (metal cover by Leo Moracchioli)

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  • John Michael “Ozzy” Osbourne (born 3 December 1948) is an English singer, songwriter and actor. He rose to prominence in the early 1970s as the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath. He was fired from Black Sabbath in 1979 and went on to have a successful solo career, releasing 11 studio albums, the first seven of which were all awarded multi-platinum certifications in the US. Osbourne has since reunited with Black Sabbath on several occasions, recording the album 13 in 2013. His longevity and success have earned him the informal title of “Godfather of Heavy Metal”.

    Osbourne’s total album sales from his years in Black Sabbath, combined with his solo work, is over 100 million. As a member of Black Sabbath, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and he was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame as a solo artist and as a member of the band. Possessing a distinctive singing voice and as a native of Birmingham, Osbourne is known for his strong Brummie accent – he has a star on the Birmingham Walk of Stars in his hometown as well as the Hollywood Walk of Fame. At the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards, he received the Global Icon Award. In the early 2000s, Osbourne became a reality television star, appearing as himself in the MTV reality show The Osbournes, alongside wife and manager Sharon and two of their three children, Kelly and Jack. Osbourne appeared with son Jack in the 2016 worldwide travelogue docuseries Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour.

    Osbourne was born in the Aston area of Birmingham, England. His mother, Lillian, was a non-observant Catholic who worked days at a factory.[6] His father, John Thomas “Jack” Osbourne (1915–1977), worked night shifts as a toolmaker at the General Electric Company. Osbourne has three older sisters named Jean, Iris, and Gillian, and two younger brothers named Paul and Tony. The family lived in a small two-bedroom home at 14 Lodge Road in Aston. Osbourne has had the nickname “Ozzy” since primary school. Osbourne dealt with dyslexia at school. Drawn to the stage, he took part in school plays such as Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado and HMS Pinafore. As a Birmingham native, he has a strong Brummie accent.

    Upon hearing their first hit single at age 14, he became a great fan of The Beatles. He credits the band’s 1963 song “She Loves You” for inspiring him to become a musician. He said in the 2011 documentary God Bless Ozzy Osbourne that “as soon as [he] heard ‘She Loves You’ on the radio, [he] knew [he] wanted to be a rock star for the rest of [his] life”. Osbourne left school at 15 and was employed as a construction site labourer, trainee plumber, apprentice toolmaker, car factory horn-tuner, and abattoir worker. He attempted to commit burglary, stealing a television (which fell on him during his getaway and had to be abandoned), a handful of baby clothes (originally thought to be adult clothes as it was too dark to see when he committed the burglary, and which were stolen to sell to people at a pub), and some T-shirts.He spent six weeks in Winson Green Prison when he was unable to pay a fine after being found guilty of robbing a clothes shop; to teach his son a lesson, his father refused to pay the fine.

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  • Jinjer - Macro

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    The reason it’s taken so long for this review to come out is because I’ve been sitting with this Jinjer album for quite some time now giving it a few fresh relistens again and again in repeated attempts to understand what the band is trying to do on this album. After several years of drumming up excitement about their brand and the positive step forward that the Micro EP was earlier this year, Macro was gingers big moment, their big chance to show the gathered crowd what they had ultimately gathered for. Macro is only four songs and twenty-one minutes longer than its preceding EP, yet somehow it manages to do less, or at least less that flatters the band. The band’s failed incorporation of reggae influences into their djenty and often spacy prog metal on the song “Judgement (& Punishment)” is one example of their biting off something they can’t really chew. And then there’s the completely miscued elevator jazz section of “Home Back”, which Tatiana’s Shmailyuk’s intentionally out of character tambre only makes feel more out of place on the song and the album. There’s also the completely unnecessary chopped-and-screwed ambient reprise of “Perennial” from Micro on the closing track, “lainnereP”. The band have definitely had more successful stylistic experiments before and I definitely wouldn’t want to discourage them from adventurousness as it has produced stellar results in the past but the song is just an example of what happens with any experimental process, which is sometimes getting a failure or two. But while the band’s risk-taking really didn’t work out for them on that track, that risk-taking is something I wish came up on more of this album.

    The band try to get into the kinds of tasty grooves that have got them the attention they have, but nothing seems to be clicking on the album as the band move from section to section without a whole lot of intention, looking to just find their groove at some point and go from there, but they just can’t seem to lock in. As creatively frustrated as it seems to be, the band’s attempts to defibrillate their compositional arrest through raw speed and blasting aggression do provide exactly that needed jolt of performative vibrance to at least do what the band can’t seem to do on the attempted groovy prog parts of the album, making such directly explosive tracks like “Retrospection” and “The Prophecy” some of the album’s better moments. The band aren’t completely inept at groove though, as the Ukrainian-sung “Retrospection” and the two opening tracks, “On the Top” and (to a lesser degree) “Pit of Consciousness” exemplify.

    It feels like Jinjer just never really kicked into full gear on Macro with all the mid-shelf guitar grooves and aimless experimentation often being frustratingly backpedaled from and the band starting from scratch with just some reliable blast beats. It’s just such a disappointing album for a band who clearly has lots of potential and finally the attention they’ve been striving for and now just tragically bottled their performance on the biggest stage yet. I’m sure they’ll be back though, hopefully with fire in their chests and a fierce determination to make up for what they couldn’t do on Macro.

    Tottenham Hotspur/10

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  • King Diamond ‎– Abigail LP 1987 1st Press Roadracer Records ‎– RR 9622 VG | eBay https://ift.tt/2RScxIm

    #thrash metal#heavy metal #Thrash Metal IQ #old school thrash metal #old school thrash #80s trash#o
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  • Lyrics:

    End of passion play, crumbling away

    I’m your source of self-destruction

    Veins that pump with fear, sucking darkest clear

    Leading on your death’s construction


    Taste me you will see

    More is all you need

    Dedicated to

    How I’m killing you


    Come crawling faster (faster)

    Obey your master (master)

    Your life burns faster (faster)

    Obey your master, master!


    Master of puppets, I’m pulling your strings

    Twisting your mind and smashing your dreams

    Blinded by me, you can’t see a thing

    Just call my name ‘cause I’ll hear you scream

    Master, master!

    Just call my name 'cause I’ll hear you scream

    Master, master!


    Needlework the way, never you betray

    Life of death becoming clearer

    Pain monopoly, ritual misery

    Chop your breakfast on a mirror


    Taste me you will see

    More is all you need

    Dedicated to

    How I’m killing you


    Come crawling faster (faster)

    Obey your master (master)

    Your life burns faster (faster)

    Obey your master, master!


    Master of puppets, I’m pulling your strings

    Twisting your mind and smashing your dreams

    Blinded by me, you can’t see a thing

    Just call my name 'cause I’ll hear you scream

    Master, master!

    Just call my name 'cause I’ll hear you scream

    Master, master!

    (Master, master, master, master…)


    Master, master, where’s the dreams that I’ve been after?

    Master, master, you promised only lies

    Laughter, laughter, all I hear or see is laughter

    Laughter, laughter, laughing at my cries

    Fix me!


    Hell is worth all that, natural habitat

    Just a rhyme without a reason

    Never-ending maze, drift on numbered days

    Now, your life is out of season


    I will occupy

    I will help you die

    I will run through you

    Now I rule you too


    Come crawling faster (faster)

    Obey your master (master)

    Your life burns faster (faster)

    Obey your master, master!


    Master of puppets, I’m pulling your strings

    Twisting your mind and smashing your dreams

    Blinded by me, you can’t see a thing

    Just call my name 'cause I’ll hear you scream

    Master, master!

    Just call my name 'cause I’ll hear you scream

    Master, master!

    (This song is about drugs, drug abuse, and drug addiction. More specifically, it’s about cocaine. The “master” referred in the song is cocaine and a line in the song says, “Chop your breakfast on a mirror”, referring to how coke users prepare their “breakfast”. This song was released on Metallica’s third studio album Master Of Puppets, which was released on March 3rd of 1986. The bolded and italicized verses come from the drug addict, if you were wondering.)

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  • Y'all mind if i-

    The contrast though

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    #crush crush#mobile game#game over#dagames#song#heavy metal #heavy metal music #fnaf #warning: song is loud right at the get go
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  • Brand new & dark yumminess

    #metalhead#heavy metal #long haired men #sons of apollo #new songs
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