We do have In Dreams by Roy Orbison and Space Oddity by David Bowie from the soundtrack, but to make it a nice 3 we could add that.
INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND
New From ASP today! Legendary Thrash Band INC's song called Rain!
Featuring a amazing solo from Bumblefoot!
Website - http://incband.com/
Preview - http://youtu.be/C30rGOfx-AA
Great interview from INC- http://youtu.be/5DwtrLxg87M
I.N.C., a thrasher band of "mythical" proportions, emerged in the 1980s as a heavy metal frontrunner. They covered CARS tunes, were there when PANTERA got signed, hit #1 on the U.S. college metal charts, stole the U.K. #2 import slot out from underneath AEROSMITH and released two records which won them solid reviews. There they were. And now? They're back for more.
I.N.C. (a.k.a. INDESTRUCTIBLE NOISE COMMAND) is poised to bleed heavy aggression and pump a mega dose of adrenalin into today's metal landscape against a backdrop of sound bites and imagery inspired by interviews with German computer programmer and admitted cannibal Armin Meiwes.
"Our new material is far more brutal than our original stuff. Our lyrics are darker, are style is edgier and we're more musically and vocally aggressive," says guitarist and songwriter Erik Barath. "Dennis Leeflang is our new drummer; he's played with Lita Ford. Sam Roon (of HUNG) is our new bassist. That means Dennis (Gergely) can go completely wild on vocals.
All Shall Perish will be hosting LIVE STREAM CHAT at 1:15pm (Pacific)/ 4:15pm (Eastern) at http://www.nuclearblast.de/streamingroom. Come chat with the band and spread the word!
New band that we are working with our brothers at the Blast with!
Origin is an American death metal band from Topeka, Kansas, founded in 1998. They have been recognized by music critics and metal fans alike for combining a harsh sound with a high level of technical skill.
Origin's music is characterized by almost exclusive use of several specific, difficult playing techniques: blast beats on the drum kit, multiple death growled vocals, and arpeggios on both the guitars and the bass guitar.Their songs often have uneven, shifting time signatures. In spite of Origin's obscurity, the extremity of their music, and their lack of an official website, in 2008 they scored a minor American hit with the release of their fourth studio album, Antithesis.
Holy Awesomesauce! Origin will be the death of many plastic instruments! Well at least it will help HMX make room in the 10 warehouses full of RB gear since people will replace at least 10 instruments per household.
Oh man, that's a great get, but I can't even imagine what an Origin chart will look like. This is gonna be ridiculous. I hope you get some songs from Antithesis and the new one, Entity.
Not really sure how arpeggios are "difficult" techniques, even on bass. I think you mean sweeping.
AND I WANNA SEE THOSE AAF SONGS ALREADY! To be frank, I'm not really sure why so many authors insist on so much metal like this. It's mostly noise and typical bs with only small hints of any creativity whatsoever to me.
Yeah WHATUP with AAF?
Glow just passed.