The Top Ten Posts on MetalSucks This Week
Another week is in the books as summer draws ever closing to ending! I’m very depressed about it. Meanwhile, here’s what happened this week in the world of metal:
- We listed the ten things unsigned bands should never do.
- The Queers got into an on-stage tiff.
- On what would’ve been his 49th birthday, we opined on how different the metal world might be if Dimebag Darrell were still alive.
- We received verifiable video proof that death metal can be played on a small drumkit (and got word of an impending new Decrepit Birth album at the same time).
- We looked at the show grosses of Killswitch Engage, Between the Buried and Me, Faith No More and others.
- Exmortus became the latest metal group to banned from playing Disney’s House of Blues venues.
- We jammed a brand new Black Dahlia Murder song.
- Some guy asked Republican 2016 Presidential candidate Rick Perry what his favorite Metallica album is, and the answer was hilarious.
- We listened to a new Deafheaven track and the entire new Ghost album (plus we got to watch Ghost perform with a kazoo).
- We spoke to Myrkur’s Amalie Bruun on The MetalSucks Podcast.
Axl returns from his summer vacation next week and we’ll resume our Biggest Putz in Metal Readers’ Bracket. Until then, smoke ’em if ya got ’em.