IN WHICH WE WERE HOLOGRAMS
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And so, with that shameless plug out of the way, let’s review all the fun we had this week, shall we?
- We got an exclusive update on the new Ihsahn album from the man himself, and another exclusive update on the new Atheist album from Kelly Shaefer, and we visited Ramming Speed in the studio, too.
- We checked out the latest releases from Mastodon and Feist, Brendon Small’s Galaktikon, and 16.
- Thanks to Decibel, we got to check out the new Paradise Lost flexi disc.
- Ted Nugent threatened to kill President Barack Obama, but then he threw the Secret Service a barbecue and all was forgiven.
- MetalSucks readers named Gojira’s Mario Duplantier as the best drummer in modern metal.
- We applauded the way Misha Mansoor and Veil of Maya handled a YouTube hater.
- We found ANOTHER incredible Immortal cake.
- We got excited about the line-up for Scion Rock Fest 2012.
- We learned that Rex Brown owes the IRS nearly $450,000.
- We worried about what the Tupac hologram could mean for the future of ALL music, including metal.
Have a great weekend, everyone! See ya Monday.