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    A dear friend of mines band Letlive. just released a new video, pretty good stuff. Maybe not as Hard and Heavy as most of the other stuff but still a pretty heavy band

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXURelyq2fo
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    Deluxe Edition of Classic KISS Album ‘Destroyer’ Coming With Original Cover | Geeks of Doom



    Gene Simmons announced that the album will be re-released as a Deluxe Edition during 2012 complete with unreleased tracks, and the original artwork designed by Ken Kelly. Destroyer, along with the band’s breakthrough live album KISS Alive!, is frequently pointed to as a significant album for the band — it was a solid stepping stone to the heights of success they would claim in the late Seventies, and serve as a major influence for many bands ranging from the lightest of popular rock through to the darkest of black metal.


    Destroyer contained the classic rock edge of the band in “Detroit Rock City,” a harder virulence that would further develop individual band members such as in “God of Thunder,” and the more experimental steps past their previous benchmarks in songs such as “Great Expectations” and “Beth.”

    While there is no official word on specifically what unreleased songs may be included, the hardcore KISS fans may have an idea. Peter Criss‘ “None of your Business” has disseminated through the bootleg circuit for decades, and there was word of an Ace Frehley song called “Queen For A Day” many years ago – it’s quite possible that these never-before-released songs may make an appearance.
    easily one of the best/most influential albums of my childhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palffy3314 View Post


    Eddie Trunk just said that Rick Rubin has been tapped to record new material from Sabbath. If RR can remember how to produce a 'heavy' rock record this could be special indeed.

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    I find it amusing how Rick Rubin has become to go to guy for old musicians wanting to make a comeback, lol!

    I mean, seriously, who saw him producing Neil Diamond?
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    That's the problem. He has tried so hard to diversify and produce a wider spectrum of bands that he seems to have forgotten how to put that tremendous PUNCH into his production. The last Kid Rock cd was such a wasted opportunity. Sure Kid Rock has mellowed, but the bass/drum sound was soooooo pedestrian. If you listen to The Cult:Electric or early Danzig or Slayer even such a powerful sound combined with almost crystal clarity. RR was seriously at the top of his game then. I'm curious how much 'sludge' he brings to the traditional Sabbath sound because that's not really his style. Really though, the key to this whole thing is whether Ozzy can even sing anymore. Apparently that was the sticking point the last time they tried to do anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    That's the problem. He has tried so hard to diversify and produce a wider spectrum of bands that he seems to have forgotten how to put that tremendous PUNCH into his production. The last Kid Rock cd was such a wasted opportunity. Sure Kid Rock has mellowed, but the bass/drum sound was soooooo pedestrian. If you listen to The Cult:Electric or early Danzig or Slayer even such a powerful sound combined with almost crystal clarity. RR was seriously at the top of his game then. I'm curious how much 'sludge' he brings to the traditional Sabbath sound because that's not really his style. Really though, the key to this whole thing is whether Ozzy can even sing anymore. Apparently that was the sticking point the last time they tried to do anything.
    I was thinking the same thing. It's not that I dislike his recent production style, but mostly, it seems that he is producing bands that do not need to go back to a basics type of sound. I am thinking stuff like System of a Down, which would be better emphasizing a messy sound with strings and all, and well, Rubin's production made it sound weaker than it should had been.

    Anyways, I was listening to Sabbath's Volume 4, which in my opinion, was the last really good all around Sabbath album with Ozzy, and I like the sludgy messy sound of that album and was wondering just what would Rubin do with a band that does tend to sound sludgy. And yeah, Ozzy's voice is going to be such a factor here since Rubin does seem to start from the vocals on out.

    On some other message board, someone suggested that some dude like David Bottrill, who produced Tool's Lateralus should produced Sabbath. Maybe.
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