Release date: October 27, 1978 Directed by: John Carpenter Starring: Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tony Moran, Nancy Kyes Rated: R #1 Movie in the US on this date: Halloween For horror fans, this is a film that really needs no introduction. And yes, there are countless articles, synopses, reviews, etc. on this particular filmContinue reading “Halloween (1978)”
Artist: Deftones Album: Ohms Release Date: September 25, 2020 Label: Reprise Records Lineup: Frank Delgado, Sergio Vega, Chino Moreno, Stephen Carpenter, Abe Cunningham #1 Billboard Single on this date: Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion “WAP” #1 Billboard Album on this date: Big Sean Detroit 2 Written by Pleasurize Since my early teenage years, Deftones have been a “not-too-guilty” pleasure ofContinue reading “Climbing Out of the Ashes: Deftones “Ohms” is Perfect Timing”
Here we go again! After scouring through interviews, conversations with friends, and diving deep into streaming algorithms, I have carefully curated another non-metal playlist for metal fans.
Artist: The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza Album: Danza II: The Electric Boogaloo Release Date: October 17, 2007 Label: Black Market Activities Lineup: Jessie Freeland, Brad Thompson, Layne Meylain, Mike Butler, Mason Crooks #1 Billboard Single on this date: Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” #1 Billboard Album on this date: Rascal Flatts StillContinue reading “Danza II: The Electric Boogaloo”
To paraphrase the great Alex Webster, bassist of Cannibal Corpse, metal wasn’t born in a vacuum. It’s true. Metal has significantly evolved over the last six or so decades to produce a vast array of genres, subgenres, and beyond.
Iron Veins recently spoke with Flo Mounier to discuss everything from staying fit, marine biology, and the smooth sounds of Chicago.
Iron Veins recently spoke with Mike Smith to discuss everything from James Brown, the stock market, and the past and future of death metal.
In a massively successful career that spanned over two decades, Pantera’s latter years are often eclipsed by their earlier offerings. Forrest Green examines Pantera’s last two albums, and explains why they deserve the same legendary status as the band’s other releases.
What happened when a classically-trained opera singer went to her first death metal concert? Read on to find out.
T-G-I-Friday the 13th! Iron Veins examines Parts VI – 2009 Reboot and discusses what makes them so damn entertaining.