JAMES MALONE REVEALS THE ALBUMS THAT MOST INFLUENCED STARVE FOR THE DEVIL, GIVES FANS MULTIPLE ANEURYSMS
WOW. In the “I did not see that coming category” is Arsis mainman James Malone’s list of “The Top Five Records that Influenced Starve for the Devil,” which was published last week on The Deciblog. I would have expected to see some thrash, some death metal, and some hair metal, but really never would have guessed at least three and possibly four of the albums Malone selected. And if you’re one of those nitwits who was so offended that Malone plays a pink guitar in the “Forced to Rock” video, than you should call 911 right now and make sure the ambulance has already arrived before you start reading the list, because you’re definitely gonna choke on your own tongue.
Go to The Deciblog to read Malone’s entire list. I don’t wanna give too much away, but I will say one of the more surprising releases on the list was Walking with Strangers by The Birthday Massacre, who Malone calls “One of the better bands to come out in the last seven years or so.”
Arsis Starve for the Devil is awesome, by the way, and is out now on Nuclear Blast!