i need more piercings or something i need to change something
i need more piercings or something i need to change something
Climbing time! 💗Wanna send me a gift? 💗
i'm three songs into my first listen of SAWAYAMA and i am already obsessed with her use of the electric guitar
I really wish Michael would’ve made a Rock album in the bad era, something like Mötley Crüe or Van Halen, because I think Dirty Diana was one of the best Rock/Glam Rock songs of the late 80s🔥🎵🎸
Happy father's day.
𝕺𝖓𝖑𝖞 𝖋𝖊𝖒𝖆𝖑𝖊 𝖛𝖔𝖎𝖈𝖊𝖘 𝖋𝖗𝖔𝖒 𝖙𝖍𝖊 𝕯𝖆𝖗𝖐.
𝕬𝖕𝖊𝖓𝖆𝖘 𝖛𝖔𝖟𝖊𝖘 𝖋𝖊𝖒𝖎𝖓𝖎𝖓𝖆𝖘 𝖉𝖔 𝕯𝖆𝖗𝖐.
𝕮𝖔𝖛𝖊𝖗: 𝕾𝖎𝖔𝖚𝖝𝖘𝖎𝖊 𝕾𝖎𝖔𝖚𝖝.
Born of this body
For I have not chosen
This haunted life of mine
Far beyond the astral waves of times
How is this possible?
I've spent these years
Perfecting the art of wasting away
And so it appears
That death as they claim
Is not the final resting place
Bury the bones
Bury the lives
Bury the hope
Bury the skies
The truth of it all we're dead inside
Dans un grand fracas de grindcore et de métal hurlant, le duo kenyan Duma investit le Sub Pop Singles Club Vol. 6 !!
Après le succès de leur premier album éponyme, paru l’année dernière chez Nyege Nyege Tapes, les mecs de Duma débarquent dans le club très select du label Sub Pop et ce n’est pas vraiment une bande de mecs sympas, le duo kenyan a même revêtu son costume de tugs le plus savage pour délivrer avec toute la violence qu’on leur connaît deux titres… hurlants et obscurs (d’ailleurs, saviez-vous que l’on…
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What is UP, my dudes?! It’s Friday again, meaning it’s time for another NEW RELEASE ROUND-UP! Which of these new releases is your personal favorite? Let me know in the comments, and suggest your own new releases for the week if they’re not listed! 💿
#AnotherNow #AuthorityZero #Covey #DeWayne #Hacktivist #Superlove
The Wildhearts: Red Light-Green Light EP (1996)
There’s no such thing as a studio outtake, let alone a vault-dweller in The Wildhearts’ career -- just B-sides, bonus tracks and deep cuts, all of them bound to surface in another single, another rarities collection, another Japanese pressing, or another EP such as 1996’s four-song 7-inch, Red Light-Green Light.
And I can’t help wanting to collect as many as I can lay my hands on ...
When this particular item was released, some 25 years ago, The Wildhearts were only one year removed from their sophomore album and arguable crowning achievement, P.H.U.Q., but everything seemed to be falling apart ...
For starters, the record performed dismally everywhere but the U.K., then the band parted ways with longtime guitarist C.J. and couldn’t find a permanent replacement to save their lives, cycling through Devin Townsend (yep, THAT Devin Townsend), Mark Keds and Jef Streatfield, in short order.
Meanwhile, volatile band leader Ginger had become publicly critical of their label, EastWest, though his squeaky wheel routine served its purpose when The Wildhearts were offered the opening slot on label mates’ AC/DC’s European tour -- a golden opportunity, to say the least.
And Red Light-Green Light was the fresh produce manufactured for the occasion, except that, as Ginger later told Eon Music, “It started off as a dream tour, but we were young and stupid ... just taking every drug and drinking everything that we could.”
So even though AC/DC allegedly liked The Wildhearts enough to consider taking them to America, as Ginger told it, “Next thing we knew, we were landing in Heathrow, going ‘What the fuck are we doing here?’ and the tour manager just said, ‘You’re off the tour. You’re all fucking crazy.’”
Too bad, because Red Light-Green Light was a corker: from the title track’s urgent power pop, to the even more infectious (like, literally) venereal disease anthem “Got it On Tuesday” (“I got it on Tuesday ... just like a cheque in the mail”), and a comical fuck-fest (again literally) called “The British All-American Home Boy Crowd” (listen and you’ll see what I mean).
But, best of the bunch, if you ask me, was the slow-building “Do Anything,” which went from moody to cathartic over seven minutes and would have probably sold a million copies if the Foo Fighters’ name had been on the cover.
Instead, Red Light-Green Light never made it past No. 30 in the U.K. Charts and EastWest had frankly had enough after the AC/DC tour debacle, washing their hands of The Wildhearts by year’s end with a greatest hits set and the Fishing for Luckies odds ‘n’ sods collection.
As an older, wiser Ginger soberly surmised in that same interview: “The whole thing was just a classic example of when you give too much to people who are too fucked up to deal with it. When you see people like Ed Sheeran handling their careers the way they have, you realize that some people are just too stupid to be famous, and I think that’s where The Wildhearts have always been most comfortable residing.”
Seems he’s come a long way in a quarter-century.
More Wildhearts: Caffeine Bomb EP, Suckerpunch EP, P.H.U.Q.
THIS WEEK!! First and foremost, welcome to Season Four!
To christen the phallic ship that will send our new season into low orbit we've got the Easy Kevin Bacon Oven and it's glorious six degrees of freedom, and we've also got the world's foremost pervert archaeologist Dirt Diggler, and his quest to find the perfect dinosaur anus.
We're hitting those high bars, folks! The ones right above the low, low (low) bars. New Seasons Greetings! ENJOY!!!
Favorite Songs List:
Weapon- against the current Haru wo Tsugeru- yama Under the Knife- Icon For Hire In Your Eyes- Alina, Robin Schulz I See Fire- Feuerschwanz and Zyrah versions are great Yggdrasil- Brothers of Metal Kings- Ross Ainslie, Ali Hutton Polaris- Blue Encount and NateWantsToBattle versions Gurenge- LiSA and AmaLee versions Mukanjyo- Survive Said the Prophet Question- 3-nen E-gumi Utatan Howling- Flow, Granrodeo and NateWantsToBattle versions Fly High- Burnout Syndromes Other Side- Miyavi Torches- Aimer Fire- Queen Bee You Gonna Feel- Hav Black Catcher- Vickeblanka Gospel of the Throttle- Minutes Til Midnight New Page- Intersection Black to the Dreamlight- EMPiRE Amazing Dreams- Swanky Dank Spark Again- Aimer, AmaLee, Shawn Christmas versions TOP- Stray Kids Through My Blood- Akano version Pray- Tommy Heavenly and AmaLee versions Reimei- Sayuri, My First Story Shura- Does Yes Girl- Bea Miller All the King’s Men- The Rigs I Ran- Hidden Citizens First Burn- Hamilton Good To You- Marianas Trench Broken Heart of Gold- One Ok Rock
Red is my intense ladies or harder rock
Purple is anime songs
Pink is pop
Green is metal
Blue is instrumental
Orange is intense alt rock
Black is j-rock
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Forever In Your Heart from Black Dresses
This week, I like them a lot.
Nate Majestic - Hate, Grace, Shame Spotify/iTunes ect. https://open.spotify.com/track/0njx0razPLWi1v2x6dF33B?si=9yzZoRifT1KfOa_qON56pw&dl_branch=1
Silver metallic eye makeup 💎👌
Okay, i’m tired of being bored and alone, anyone here want to be my internet friend? I know that my blog it’s all in Spanish but i can speak in english tho
We can talk about whatever u want but here is a little things about me:
Like any kind of music, kinda obsessed about time travel stuff (movies, comics, videogames), marvel fan but love batman, in fact i’m watching Loki rn.
Loves food, read, makeup, dogs, memes and bad jokes.
I used to watch a lot of anime when i was a teenager.
I don’t like to judge.