12:25 - RedOctober I was looking for obscure black metal albums. [link] Excellent :) Potentiam - Balsyn
11:33 - Angel N. No Lemmy came over to stay with me forever.
11:09 - Mr. Cheeky You need to remove them from your updates list as well. On the drop down from your name on the top lest corner, click updates, Click Show watched bands and options, then remove bands you don't care to stop the updates.
10:50 - Arcticus Can anyone tell me how to stop getting news updates from a particular band? I removed In Flames from my favourite bands in my profile literally years ago but they still get included in my updates...I know I know, serious issues
06:43 - Fearmeister I feel that Lemmy went to hell, became an Arch Demon, then went and possessed these motherfuckers. Holy shit, I'm still picking up pieces of my skull [link]
01:07 - no one Someone posted that the other day, wonder who murderd the kid
"Punk's Not Dead", a brand-new song from UK's blackened thrash metallers Venom can now be streamed in the YouTube-video below.
"Punk's Not Dead" comes off the band's upcoming album Fallen Angels, which is set to be released on November 28th via Spinefarm Records/Universal. More album details were previously reported here and here.
Both the Venom and Exploited songs are great, but I have to question why a band like Venom would be writing such a song.
That's because punk has a big influence in metal. Only a poser would make such a stupid question.
I realize that, but you don't see other Metal bands writing about punk. Usually they just cover a punk song or something. Deep Purple doesn't write songs about classical music, Black Sabbath doesn't write about the blues, and so forth. It just seems rather odd to me.