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spitedilly · a year ago
You already crucified your so-called savior
So it figures you tear me down, it is your learned behavior
You deserve no gods
You deserve no gods
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mikayduh · a year ago
My current mood is Frankie Palmeri in the Gypsy Disco music video
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priceofexistence · 2 years ago
A letter to my future self;
How the fuck you doing kid?
You went and ruined everything
Gone and fucked up all your dreams
Pour a drink on to the street
For all the friends you wish you had
Now that no one gives a fuck
It seems you went and ended up
Where you deserve, I guess
I guess
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headlinermanila · 2 years ago
PULP SUMMER SLAM XIX: 19 years of making metal history in the Philippines
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19 years strong—this March 23, 2019 at the Amoranto Stadium, PULP SUMMER SLAM is set to add yet another year to its unparalleled legacy of making Metal history in the Philippines.
The mighty and legendary thrash metal band SLAYER leads an elite roster of bands performing at PULP SUMMER SLAM XIX—the latest edition of Southeast Asia’s loudest and longest-running Metal festival. The Slam will also be SLAYER’s only stop in the region on their massively successful and in-demand Final World Tour. After hitting Japan and Australia, this will also be SLAYER’s last ever show on this side of the planet. Tom Araya, Kerry King, Paul Bostaph, and Gary Holt—the reigning titans of thrash—will be returning to wash over Manila once more with crimson rain, following their monumental and historic first show in the Philippines in 2017.
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Aside from SLAYER, PULP SUMMER SLAM XIX also features performances from a globally-diverse line up of support acts:
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REMNANTS was just formed in 2017, but have shown much promise in a short amount of time. The Filipino deathcore band notably emerged victorious as the very first Tribal Bandidos Grand Champions, besting other up-and-coming local bands.
S.O.G. (SEKUMPULAN ORANG GILA) is a Malaysian band based in Kuala Lumpur. They describe their music as a hybrid modern hard rock, infused with elements of traditional nusantara.
LOSTTHREADS is a Manila band that first had a shot at performing at the Slam in 2014, but found the perfect timing to be part of the historic festival this year. The metalcore heavyweights have just released their long-awaited second album, Aftermath.
SIN is the pride of Cavite. The last time they performed at the Slam was in 2012 (PULP SUMMER SLAM XII: APOSTLES). This year, they make their Slam comeback to the delight of everyone who remembered their reputation of being among the very best in the local underground Metal scene.
HER NAME IN BLOOD is a metalcore band coming straight from the red skies of Tokyo, Japan. Formed in 2007, the long-time band has released their latest album, Power. Among the acts they have shared the stage with through the years are PULP SUMMER SLAM alumni Hatebreed, Asking Alexandria, As I Lay Dying, August Burns Red, Crystal Lake, and Periphery. The five-piece band is currently signed with Warner Music Japan.
EMMURE hail from New York. Led by founding member Frankie Palmeri, the Cult will be performing for the very first time in Manila. The current and all-new line up of the band is behind the newest Emmure album, Look At Yourself, which was released in 2017 through Nuclear Blast Records.
SIKTH is a UK-based progressive metal band. Their music, from their very first release The Trees Are Dead & Dried Out Wait For Something Wild to their latest offering The Future In Whose Eyes?, the British band’s music is the stuff of legends for djent nerds. They blend their ultra-heavy and chuggy assault with a heady mixture of mathcore, nu-metal, and other styles.
THY ART IS MURDER is making their Manila debut at a very exciting juncture. The Australian band has just reunited with original vocalist CJ McMahon, thereafter releasing Dear Desolation—the band’s first album since 2015. Dear Desolation, released in 2017 through Nuclear Blast Records, was an album that not only ushered the comeback of the band, but also that of deathcore as a subgenre.
Save the date—all hell will break loose at the Amoranto Stadium on March 23, 2019 at PULP SUMMER SLAM XIX. Tickets are still available via SM Tickets, TicketNet, PlatinumList, and AirAsia RedTix. Ticket prices are as follows: PULP Royalty (P10,000, SOLD OUT!) ; VIP (P2,500); and General Admission (P999). Ticketing charges apply. PULP SUMMER SLAM is presented by PULP Live World and also brought to you by Red Horse Beer, TM, and Tribal; in cooperation with Monster RX 93.1, Rakista Radio, The Philippine Star, and PULP Magazine.
See you at the SLAM!
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sightsoundmusic · 2 years ago
Over 80 Nostalgic Albums That Turn 10 in 2019
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This year marks a banner year for many bands in the alternative music genre. Check out a list of bands below that have albums turning 10 years old in 2019.
Halestorm – Halestorm
Every Time I Die – New Junk Aesthetic
Every Avenue – Picture Perfect
Green Day – 21st Century Breakdown
Asking Alexandria - Stand Up and Scream
Cobra Starship – Hot Mess
Boys Like Girls – Love Drunk
Anti-Flag – The People Or The Gun
Mudvayne - Mudvayne
Static-X - Cult of Static
Lights – The Listening
Marilyn Manson - The High End of Low
The Devil Wears Prada – With Roots Above And Branches Below
Rammstein - Liebe Ist Für Alle Da
August Burns Red – Constellations
Architects – Hollow Crown
All Time Low – Nothing Personal
The Almost – Monster Monster
AFI – Crash Love
Gwen Stacy - A Dialogue
Emmure - Felony
Texas In July - I Am
For Today - Portraits
Cartel – Cycles
Vanna - A New Hope
Advent - Naked and Cold
Lil Wayne - Rebirth
Rick Ross - Deeper Than Rap
A Rocket to the Moon - On Your Side
Forever the Sickest Kids - The Weekend: Friday
Mayday Parade - Anywhere But Here
Anarbor - Free Your Mind
Breathe Carolina - Hello Fascination
Brokencyde - I’m Not a Fan But the Kids Like It
I See Stars - 3-D
Miss May I - Apologies Are For The Weak
Memphis May Fire - Sleepwalking
The Medic Droid - What’s Your Medium
We Came As Romans - To Plant A Seed
The Word Alive - Empire
Young Money - We Are Young Money
Drake - So Far Gone
Alexisonfire - Old Crows / Young Cardinals
Saosin - In Search of Solid Ground
Drop Dead, Gorgeous - The Hot N’ Heavy
blessthefall - Witness
Oh Sleeper - Son of the Morning
Silverstein - A Shipwreck in the Sand
Emery - In Shallow Seas We Sail
A Skylit Drive - Adelphia
Passion Pit - Manners
Matt & Kim - Grand
Phoenix - Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
The Flaming Lips - Embryonic
OneRepublic - Waking Up
The Fray - The Fray
Gavin Degraw - Free
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Lonely Road
The Used - Artwork
Aiden - Knives
Eyes Set to Kill - The World Outside
The Chariot - Wars and Rumors of Wars
Papa Roach - Metamorphosis
Five Finger Death Punch - War is the Answer
Breaking Benjamin - Dear Agony
Lamb of God - Wrath
DevilDriver - Pray For Villains
Shadows Fall - Retribution
Hatebreed - Hatebreed
Bury Your Dead - It’s Nothing Personal
Otep - Smash the Control Machine
As Cities Burn - Hell or High Water
Poison the Well - The Tropic Rot
Stray From the Path - Make Your Own History
Job For a Cowboy - Ruination
Dr. Acula - Slobology
Winds of Plague - The Great Stone War
Rose Funeral - The Resting Sonata
Molotov Solution - The Harbinger
Impending Doom - The Serpent Servant
Oceano - Depths
As I Lay Dying - This Is Who We Are
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rocknightout-blog · 4 years ago
Los Angeles Rock Show List - March 3rd  -March 17th
Friday, March 3rd Shiny Toy Guns w/ Kitten @ The Regent Hippo Campus @Teragram Ballroom L.A. Guns @ Whisky A Go Go Creeper Lagoon @ The Echo The Kyle Gass Band @ The Wiltern Andy Black @ The Glass House The Wood Brothers @ Troubadour Y&T @ Saint Rocke Gravler @Hermosa Saloon Saturday, March 4th Desert Daze Caravan w/ Temples, Night Beats and Deap Valley @ The Regent Don’t Sit Down: Benefit for Planned Parenthood w/ Grouplove, Best Coast and The Regrettes @ The Wiltern The Brian Jonestown Massacre @ The Fonda Chicano Batman w/ Sadgirl @ The Roxy The Wood Brothers @ Troubadour L.A. Guns @ Whisky A Go Go Aesthetic Perfection @ Complex Groves @ The Hi Hat The Shins @ Fox Theatre Such A Mess @ Chain Reaction After The Burial w/ Emmure and Fit For an Autopsy @ The Glass House P.O.D @ Morango Casino Sunday, March 5th Korn @ HOB Anaheim Hippo Campus @ Constellation Room Ironaut @ Complex Monday, March 6th Steel Panther @ The Roxy Whisky Myers @ Troubadour Magic Bronson @ The Satellite Korn @ HOB Anaheim Spoon w/ Cherry Glazzer @ The Obeservatory Benjamin Booker @ Constellation Room Red Fang w/ Big Jesus @ Velvet Jones Tuesday, March 7th Red Hot Chili Peppers @ Staples Center X Ambassadors @ The Roxy Night Talks @ The Hi Hat Faulkner @ Hotel Cafe Thrice and Manchester Orchestra @HOB Anaheim Creedence Clearwater Revival @ City National Grove of Anaheim Social Distortion @ Majestic Theater Wednesday, March 8th Red Hot Chili Peppers @ Staples Center Bon Jovi @ The Forum Goatwhore w/ Whitechapel @ Belasco Theater Dude York w/ Tennis System @ Resident Big Thief @ Troubadour Hey Violet @ The Parish at HOB Anaheim Thursday, March 9th Sick Puppies, Skillet and Devour The Day @ Belasco Theater Japandroids @ The Fonda Theatre LVL Up @ The Echo YACHT @ LACMA Surf Curse @ The Glass House The Soft White Sixties @ The Wayfarer Street Fever @ Complex Warbly Jets w/ Twin Temple @ Bootleg Theater Friday, March 10th Red Hot Chili Peppers @ Staples Center Japandroids @ The Fonda Theatre The Japanese House @ Teragram Ballroom Darkest Hour w/ Ringworm @ The Regent Hey Violet @ Troubadour Blue Oyster Cult @ Saban Theatre STRFKR @ The Observatory Enter Shikari w/ Being As An Ocean @ The Glass House The Stone Foxes @ Saint Rocke Saturday, March 11th STRFKR @ The Glass House Sick Puppies, Skillet and Devour The Day @ City National Grove of Anaheim Social Distortion @ Fox Theatre Sunday, March 12th Enter Shikari @ The Roxy Pussy Riot @ The Fonda Theatre The Part Time Punks @ The Echoplex Fucked Up w/ Dangers and No Age @ The Echo Andrew McMahon and the Wilderness w/ Night Riots @ HOB Anaheim
Monday, March 13th Steel Panther @ The Roxy Hurray for the Riff Raff @ Hollywood Forever Cemetary The Menzingers @ The Glass House Japandroids @ The Observatory Billy Idol @ HOB Anaheim Tuesday, March 14th The Menzingers @ The Regent The Growlers @ HOB Anaheim Night Talks w/ Ever So Andriod @ The Hi Hat Wednesday, March 15th Meat Puppets @ The Echo Norma Jean and He Is Legend @ Whisky A Go Go Thursday, March 16th N/A Friday, March 17th Flogging Molly w/ The Might Might Bosstones and Mariachi El Bronx @ The Forum We The Kings w/ Cute Is What We Aim For @ Troubadour The Bouncing Souls @ The Roxy Teenage Fanclub @ Teragram Ballrom Van Morrison @ The Theatre at the Ace Hotel Architects w/ Stray From The Path @ The Glass House Yellowcard @ The Observatory Elvis Depressedly @ Constellation Room Norma Jean and He Is Legend @ Chain Reaction
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defiledchild-blog · 4 years ago
Emmure - Grave Markings
Promise me you'll fight. Until there's nothing left. Promise me that you'll never give up. Promise me that you'll never surrender!.
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natedford · 3 years ago
Also nova - fantasy
Poison - unskinny pop
Alice Cooper - welcome to my nightmare
Headstones - fuck you
Sucidal tendencies - I shot the devil
Black flag - tv party
Limp Bizkit - n2gether now
Rage against the machine - known your enemy
OBGMs - beat up kids
Nasties - time is now
Volbeat f. Danko Jones - black rose
Uada - cult of the dyeing sun
Amon amarth - on a sea of blood
Eliveitie - bloodstained ground
In this moment - blood
Deftones - passenger
My darkest days - porn star dancing
Anthrax - got the time
Slayer- war ensemble
Nalpalm death -on the brink of extinction
Iron Maiden - the number of the beast
Black Sabbath - Sabbath bloddy Sabbath
Bad wolves - zombie
Five finger death punch - Jekyll and Hyde
Slipknot - the devil in I
Lamb of God - redneck
August Burns Red - King of sorrow
Underoath - catching myself catching myself
Alexisonfire - old crows
Bring me The Horizon - throne
Linkin park - victimised *m.shimoda remix
Emmure - smokey
Motionless in White - death March
Korn - got the life
Refused - new noise
Gallows - the vulture (acts 1&2)
Ghost - dance macabre
Lucifer - izrael
The shrine - I can't control it
The electric dead - Bing on the darkness
Cramps - naked girl falling down the stares
The Matadors - bush party handjob
Alley dukes - I broke your hymen (you broke my heart)
Avatar - smells like a freak Show
System of a down - chop suey!
Disturbed - land of confusion
The Donna's - don't wait up
Yob - the screen
Trickfighters - desert cruiser
Black Sabbath - I
Strung out - more than words
Pennywise - homesick
Diesel boy - titty twister
Faith no More - a small victory
White zombie - electric head: the ecstasy (pt. 2)
Tyr - hold the heathen hammer high
Ex Deo - I, caligvia
Alestorm - drink
Dimmu borgir - the serpentine offering
Behemoth - ov fire and the void
Tool - fourth six & 2
Legend of the seagullmen - legend of the seagullmen
Mastodon - black tongue
Napalm death - Nazi punks fuck off
Alice Cooper - poison
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