04:02 - Apothecary @Jaeryd, you're referring to LaVeyan Satanism, which is essentially Nietzsche/Ayn Rand type philosophy plus some Crowley - influenced ritual magick. Most theistic Satanists do not consider it as "real" Satanism
03:30 - no one because calling yourself a satanist sounds more kvlt
03:23 - Kuroboshi If you're not into the whole anti-christianity thing, it seems kind of stupid to call it satanism. Why not just say liberal atheism?
03:14 - Jaeryd Most Satanists I know are either moderately liberal or at least libertarian in nature.
02:59 - Jaeryd Some forms of Satanism aren't what I'd call stupid. They're basically just atheism with an added philosophical system that uses the rebellion of Satan as a metaphor.
American stoners Monster Magnet have posted a new lyric video online for the track "Watch Me Fade". You can see it below. It comes from band's upcoming release Cobras And Fire (The Mastermind Redux), out on October 9th via Napalm Records. On this release, you will find a re-imagining of material from 2010's Mastermind.
Dave Wyndorf and his henchmen recently completely rearranged and boosted the album Last Patrol and christened it Milking The Stars: A Reimagining Of Last Patrol. Now Monster Magnet go back even further to 2010 and their Mastermind album. The new release will be called Cobras And Fire (The Mastermind Redux) and the first song "Mastermind '69" is already available here. Enjoy the psychedelic trip!
2013 saw the release of stoner metal unit Monster Magnet's latest album, Last Patrol. Now comes Milking The Stars: A Reimagining Of Last Patrol, which is due on November 18th via Napalm Records. To promote this new release which is a re-imagined version of Last Patrol and features four new songs and live tracks, the band releases a new video. Sit back, relax and watch below their latest video for one of the re-imagined tracks, "The Duke," directed by Phil Mucci.
Monster Magnet is set to release Milking The Stars: A Re-Imagining Of Last Patrol later this year. This release is a "re-imagined" version of Last Patrol featuring four new songs and live tracks. The pick for the first song revealed is "No Paradise For Me". The song according to Wyndorf is "interesting, fucked up and old school sounding". Listen to "No Paradise For Me" here.
Psychedelic stoner band Monster Magnet, who recently released a new video, have now made available their new album Last Patrol for streaming online in its entirety. Now is the time to check it out! You can hear the full album here. What do you think about the successor to Mastermind?
Monster Magnet are preparing the release of their new album Last Patrol, the first in three years, in North America on October 15th and October 21st in Europe via Napalm Records. The stoner group has now also released a new video for the new tune ''Mindless Ones". You can check it out right here.
Monster Magnet will return next month with their tenth studio album, Last Patrol. The band has already released a song before and now their new single "Mindless Ones" is the new highlight. The new album is described as a fusion between "garage rock, progressive rock, heavy metal, punk and psychedelia". Check out an example of the new material below.
Monster Magnet are back and have big plans for this year. The stoner group is set to make their return with a new album titled Last Patrol due out on October 15th in North America and October 18th in Europe via Napalm Records. Last Patrol will serve as the follow-up to their 2010 release Mastermind and you can take a look at the artwork and tracklist below. And since everything is out on the table, you might as well listen to the new song "The Duke" below too.
Monster Magnet frontman Dave Wyndorf has announced the departure of longtime guitarist Ed Mundell, who decided to leave the band earlier this week after eighteen years of service. Here's the word from Wyndorf:
"After 18 years Ed's left Monster Magnet for "personal reasons" What can I say? He told me this two months ago and I gave him some time for him to perhaps reconsider but no go. It's a bummer, yeah but we've been through this kind of thing before. Make no mistake, Magnet goes on. We start the "Mastermind" tour tonight in Cologne, Germany with Phil Caivano and Garrett Sweeny handling duel guitar chores.
I'd like to thank Ed for the immense talent he's brought to the band over the years and wish him good luck in whatever he decides to do next. Good luck Ed, we''l miss you!"
Mastermind, the forthcoming album from Monster Magnet, is available for streaming in its entirety at this location.
Mastermind is scheduled for release on October 29 via Napalm Records.
Mastermind cover art] tracklist:
01. Hallucination Bomb
02. Bored With Sorcery
03. Dig That Hole
04. Gods and Punks
05. The Titan Who Cried Like A Baby
07. 100 Million Miles
08. Perish In Fire
09. Time Machine
10. When The Planes Fall From The Sky
11. Ghost Story
12. All Outta Nothin'
Monster Magnet have debuted a new video clip for the song "Gods And Punks" at this location. The song comes off the band's upcoming album Mastermind scheduled for release later this month. All details available here.
Monster Magnet have revealed more details for the upcoming new album Mastermind. The album is scheduled for an October release via Napalm Records.
Monster Magnet songwriter and frontman, Dave Wyndorf, described Mastermind as follows: "It's a big, beefy ball of demented anthems and power rock. The music itself is exaggerated and muscular. Like classic rock gone insane! Giant hooks, giant sounds. The rockers are direct and intense. The ballads, trippy and strange. It's guitar heaven.
The lyrics read like a fever-dream of life in the 21st century. Cynicism, optimism, satire, sex, deluded fantasies and dead-on reality. They're all here - sometimes even in the same song! In my world, images, information and emotions tend to intertwine. I'll describe the smallest details of my personal life in crazy, cinematic terms. When I write, the words play out in my mind like scenes from a movie and that's the vibe I tried to capture on Mastermind - rapid-fire emotion. What can I say? I'm having a weird life and I have to write it down that way.
Napalm Records is very proud to announce that the North American group Monster Magnet has joined their ranks.
The legendary New Jersey rock outfit, who have released a string of cult classics since the early nineties, signed a worldwide record deal with the Austrian label and are currently working on new songs, which will shake the foundations of the rock scene!
Charismatic frontman Dave Wyndorf: "I'm really looking forward to joining the roster at Napalm Records and working with them on future endeavours. Our plan is to record our next studio album with Matt Hyde starting in January, for a release early this summer. And with a new album comes a new run or two of live shows! Stay tuned - we're comin' to your town!"