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Brutal Legend is the latest from legendary game designer Tim Schafer, who is responsible for such classics as Grim Fandango and Psychonauts. His latest adventure, undoubtedly the most mainstream yet, stars Jack Black as the voice of Eddie Riggs, a roadie for a metal band who finds himself transported to demonic, metal-infused world.
Balancing chaos and consciousness is no easy feat, and few bands will ever do it as well as Death By Stereo has on the astonishing new disc Death For Life. Brutal and brutally honest, the set's eleven songs come swinging at you like a bag of bricks as they embrace the extremities of hardcore and the fluid riffs of metal. "We fought it out and found out what we want to be," says vocalist Efrem Schulz. "We're still here, still fighting, still pissed and not pulling any punches. And while we may be into some pissed off music -- at the same time we want to party. We also love Van Halen. So why not let out all of this aggression and have a blast doing it? So many people are so uptight about mixing the two ideas." With that in mind, there is still no way to prepare for "Binge/Purge," a musical riot of a tune peppered with touches of melody and the tenacious, expressive guitar lines of Death By Stereo's Dan Palmer and Tito. "It's a song that deals with the world and all the bullshit that is constantly shoved down our throats," says Schulz. "Everyone feeds off of this violence, apathy and ignorance. We want to purge it all out." Crafted with the help of Avenged Sevenfold vets The Factory (the production duo of Fred Archambault and Bruce MacFarlane), Death For Life marks a new sound and dynamic for Death By Stereo. "Working with Fred and Bruce was the best thing that could have happened to us," Efrem explains. "They really cracked the whip and made us play better than we ever have."
From Michael Bay, the producer of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", comes the true story of Amityville. In November 1974, a family of six was brutally murdered. Now, a year later, an unsuspecting young couple, George (Ryan Reynolds, "Blade: Trinity," "The In-Laws") and Kathy Lutz (Melissa George, TV's "Alias"), and their children move into the house that was the site of the horrific event and is now haunted by a murderous presence. What follows is 28 days of unimaginable terror. With demonic visions of the dead and relentless screams of terror, this is the haunted house story that isn't just a movie--it's real.
Video games, video games, video games on today's show, specifically about the new XBox 360 Project Natal, Halo sequels, new Metal Gear Solid, the Beatles: Rock Band, and even Facebook and Twitter!
"Revenous" is from the death-metal band Arch Enemy.
When Brit Danilel was in his metal band, Requiem, the melody for "Sister Jack" was furest from his mind. Now Spoon beings us a hand-clapping sing-along with spacey guitar riffs and a beat that will make you stomp your feet all night long.
Academy Award winner Robert Towne ("Chinatown") writes and directs "Ask the Dust," set under the brutally sunny skies of Depression-era Los Angeles. Based on novelist John Fante's masterpiece, Towne's interpretation focuses on a city exotic and vulgar, glamorous and raunchy - a place of heat and dust. Full of imports - palm trees from Egypt and people from everywhere in search of health and wealth, fame and fortune - L.A. is the city of first and last resort, where all dreams are supposed to come true. So it is for Arturo Bandini (Colin Farrell), a son of Italian immigrants who dreams of becoming a famous novelist and marrying a beautiful blonde, and Camilla Lopez (Salma Hayek) a Mexican who longs to marry a WASP and shed her last name. In a time when Anglo-Chicano relations hang by tattered threads, Bandini and Camilla collide with one another, fighting the city and themselves to make their dreams come true.
"The Shower Man" is based on the true events of a girl brutally murdered in her own shower by an unknown killer.
"Here's the funny thing about death metal: at a certain speed and intensity, it turns into sonic abstraction and enters the world of post rock through the back door. That's certainly the case with Tulsa's Submerged in Dirt, whose flesh-eating intensity can't hide the fact that their sound is stealthily smart." - Editors, Download.com Submerged in Dirt is a band that developed from the outskirts of Tulsa, OK. In an area known to many as the "Bible Belt" we have successfully transcended the limitations put on us by our surroundings, and have created? some of the most brutal music ever conceived. Our style relies heavily on dynamics and key progressions (two things that our genre have long forgotten) while at the same time we utilize extremely powerful vocals. Our fan base is ever growing and we have set out to make a name for ourselves among the greatest metal bands ever. This video is practice footage of our latest song Sterile Room. By the way, Submerged in Dirt are Gods!!!
Music video from thrash metal band Fierce Allegiance....metal, moshing, fights, blood and pits edits from 30 shows! If you like Metallica, Megadeth, Testament or Slayer, Shadows Fall, The Haunted, Iron Maiden, or Suicidal Tendencies this video is for you! Fierce Allegiance mixes power metal, punk, hXc, death metal and all elements of THRASH METAL! Produced by Ken Olden (Guitarist of Damnation AD, Better than a Thousand, Battery). Bands produced by Ken Olden include: Age of Ruin, Darkest Hour, Weezer, 112, and Good Clean Fun. Fierce Allegiance has played numerous shows since our inception in 2000, with Agnostic Front, God Forbid, Unearth, It Dies Today, Six Feet Under, The Agony Scene, Every Time I Die, Dying Fetus, Deceased, Between the Buried and Me, A Life Once Lost, Evergreen Terrace, Caliban, Cannae, Full Blown Chaos, and many more! Since their inception, Fierce Allegiance has released 2 full-length albums and one vinyl 7-inch. Support the band. Check out "Into the Fire". Visit our website for all details: http://www.fierceallegiance.net or http://www.myspace.com/fierceallegiance