Bloodcum, now there's a band name
i think it's a cannibal corpse song too
Oh come on Manowar. As if their new stuff wasn't horrible enough, they've now got to go back and ruin their classics too? Just stop, let me keep my memories.
Actually the latest cd is pretty darned good.
I respectfully, yet strongly, disagree. Still, I don't see why anyone would want a remake of Kings of Metal. These kinds of releases are usually the last death rattles from dying bands trying to earn one last buck before throwing in the towel.
Here are some dudes that never get enough praise and in my opinion are up there with the greats of death metal. By death metal I place great emphasis on what it truly is - the absence of artificially sounding instruments, studio magic, triggers, and the incessant sweep picking with core influences. Those components have crippled the voluminous punch in what passes for today's death metal.
This is what keeps me going back to the ones who perfected it, leaving me entirely uninterested in 99% of the new artists out there today.