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Bet you didn’t think you’d see a J-pop/death metal music video today. Is it weird that I kind of like it?

[The Daily What]

That GQ Interview With Loutallica... So LULzy

"[Botanist’s] hammered dulcimer rings out  and cuts like a blast-beated piano pounding paradiddles in some kind of  black-metal drumline."
[NPR Music: Botanist: One-Man, Hammered Dulcimer Black Metal (No, Really)]

"[Botanist’s] hammered dulcimer rings out and cuts like a blast-beated piano pounding paradiddles in some kind of black-metal drumline."

[NPR Music: Botanist: One-Man, Hammered Dulcimer Black Metal (No, Really)]

Look, I’m all about artful reinterpretation, especially when it sheds new thought on a song. A metal band covering a Black Sabbath song doesn’t need to do much because Sabbath is Sabbath is Sabbath. Outside of metal, The Cardigans did a beautifully icy pop version of "Iron Man" and Four Tet turned the same song into a lazy Sunday afternoon electro-folk strum. It shows the songcraft of Sabbath if that was ever in question (it wasn’t). But I cannot abide by a gaggle of hipster girls doing a too-cool-for-you take on “Paranoid.” With each swoop of perfectly cut bang and over-earnest “yeah, I’m really into Black Sabbath, got into them last week”* coo, I am filled with a rage only known as Girl Crisis.

* For all I know, the members of this “supergroup” all have known and loved Sabbath for years, but still… eff ‘em.

[Stereogum]

Ludicra “Veils” on Rockband? “musicgamestudio.com makes game versions of artists songs.” Rad.

Tagged as: video Ludicra WTF
For some reason, there was a screwdriver lying around in the studio. So the guy with the aluminum foil thimble — who really wanted those [Danzig] tickets — decided that to prove his superiority, he was going to take the screwdriver and put a screw through his hand.
Brian “Pedostache” McGlade [The Left Hand Path: Diving In Zee WREKage]
Tagged as: wtf Danzig
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