- 80's Metal
That is truly truly awful, and not in a good way.
But you can’t deny that it distills the sheer ridiculousness of the 80’s metal scene rather well.
Musicwise I’m more of a DRI/Dark Angel man but I do love a bit of pure metal silliness every now and again, saw Manowar few years back, bloody brilliant, one of the best atmospheres I’ve ever experienced at a gig.Posted 4 years ago
As a Jilly’s regular, these, amongs many others bring back a lot of memories:
[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pMCmu6Ov1k[/video]Posted 4 years ago
I like Suicidal Tendencies. Started listening to them just as I was getting into mountain biking. Me and mate used to blow our dole money on trips to the Lake district, Suicidal tendencies were always in the cassette player of the car. Happy days.
Standby stomach, here come banana.Posted 4 years ago
Dino Jr metal? Hmmmmmmm.
Well, it was a regular in The Banshee/Jilly’s/Rock World, along with loads of other Punk/Crossover stuff like Mudhoney, Dead Kennedy’s, Killing Joke etc.
Rock wasn’t all spandex and make up in the 80’s 😀
[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUJ0IYZKLvE[/video]Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
My music interests started with King Crimson’s ITCOTCK, then Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Sabbath, Uriah Heep. The ‘New Wave of Heavy Metal’ left me cold, apart from a bit of Anthrax, most of it I thought was overblown and daft, then Mudhoney, Faith No More and Soundgarden came along and restored my faith in heavy rock.Posted 4 years ago
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