IN WHICH WE GRILLED ‘EM ALL
As I sit here typing this, I’m just trying to remain upright. See, I just got back from a MASSIVE lunch with Vince and our buddy Juggalo Bob, courtesy Grill ‘Em All’s currently in-progress NYC “Victory Lap” celebrating their recent win on The Great Food Truck Race. And we definitely way over-ordered: four burgers and three orders of fries for just the three of us. It was one of the best meals I’ve ever had, but now I need to crawl into bed and weep for a little while. But the Grill ‘Em All victory lap continues tonight and throughout the weekend, and if you’re in the area and you don’t take advantage, you’re a fool. Get details on all their upcoming events here, and then read Vince’s interview with Grill ‘Em All’s Ryan Harkins here.
So, before I collapse and/or poop all over the floor, here’s what else we did this week:
- We debuted new music by Gwar, Triptykon, Star One, Disembodied, First Blood, and After the Burial.
- The Red Chord’s Greg Weeks pondered Dodge commercials, Dallas Coyle killed the album, Intronaut’s Sacha Dunable cleared up the meaning of the band’s latest album, Valley of Smoke, and Dååth’s Eyal Levi declared himself ready for a revolution.
- Anso wrapped up his epic chat with Atheist’s Kelly Shaefer, and we spoke to Dååth’s Emil Werstler, Star One’s Arjen Lucassen, and Firewind/Ozzy axe man Gus G.
- We checked out the latest releases by Cephalic Carnage, Krieg, and Brent A. Petrie.
- We gave a high schooler his first lesson in metal.
- We admired Will Smith’s daughter’s headbanging skills.
- We lamented Adam Lambert’s Metallica cover.
- We gave the ladies a lesson in metal etiquette.
- We considered money, music, and piracy.
- We actually had something nice to say about Earache’s Digby Pearson!
Okay, time for the poopin’! See ya Monday.