On September 27, 1986 Metallica’s tour bus hit a patch of black ice while on tour in Europe and in an instance the metal world lost one if it’s greatest heroes, Metallica bassist Cliff Burton. To remember him here is the full tribute documentary Cliff ‘em All.
Anthrax have just put out a killer new live DVD/Blu-Ray recorded in Santiago called Chile on Hell. We’ve heard from many bands over the years about how amazing the fans of heavy music are in South America and this concert film proves them all right. Check out the trailer below and bassist Frank Bello will step inside the Hangar in a couple of weeks to tell us more about it.
Well since Tool isn’t doing anything right now drummer Danny Carey is filling in for Primus’ Tim “Herb” Alexander while he is recovering from successful open heart surgery. Primus played Riot Fest in Denver and fans of both bands got a treat as Primus again with Danny Carey did a cover of Tool’s “Ænema, well it’s more of an interlude really. You can see the fan shoot footage of it below and while the audio quality isn’t very good plus and it’s still a pretty cool moment to see.
I know it’s a classic metal radio show, but when talking the history of heavy metal the masked men from Des Moines can not be overlooked. What self respecting Slipknot fan didn’t get excited about their 5th album entitled .5 The Grey Chapter after hearing “The Negative One?” Now though we knew that wouldn’t be the actual single they pushed to sell records and downloads. Slipknot has done this before. Think back to Iowa and the first song we heard was “Heretic Anthem.” With that being said are you ready for another new track? Keep in mind this is the actual single from the new album, and no we still don’t know who the drummer is.
Thoughts? It’s pretty catchy and still has that sound you’re looking for from Slipknot. Now Corey Taylor has said that this album will be a good mix between Iowa and Vol. 3.
And just in case you’ve been living under a rock here’s the “The Negative One” as well.
Yes the parody cooking animated series Cooking with Phil Anselmo is back for it’s fourth installment and this time Phil Anselmo actually lends his real voice to the episode. It also features guest appearances (voice parodies) from Chuck Billy of Testament, Ozzy, Chris Cornell of Soundgarden, Evan Seinfield of Biohazard/Anika 7, Lips from Anvil and guitarist Buckethead.
To me the best part is how they actually incorporate classic songs from these artists into recipes. Credit goes to Joey Siler who birthed this show out of his brain and does all the animation. Also to the Pantera tribute band Good Friend and A Bottle Booze for doing the music.
Hangar 19 relives the glory days of classic metal and features music from the artists who built this explosive genre, including Megadeth, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Pantera, Metallica, Anthrax, Korn, Slayer and Marilyn Manson.
Host Cutter, a 15 year rock radio veteran, stops down from the nostalgia just long enough to highlight new metal in a weekly “Then and Now” segment and to interview the metal greats that helped mold the speaker-shredding musical movement.