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August 8, 2020 5:44 PM   Subscribe

 
This is definitely the bit of levity that I needed today.
posted by cirgue at 5:52 PM on August 8 [2 favorites]


tbh Ian looked adorable in that sweater.
posted by gwint at 6:50 PM on August 8 [1 favorite]


I have just invented Bondcliff's Law: Anything involving Scott Ian is good.

Also that song is no lie. I saw Anthrax at Mohegan Sun last year and they played for like 45 minutes. They were done around 9:30 and I assume they all took some Tums and went to bed.
posted by bondcliff at 7:12 PM on August 8 [5 favorites]


This could be a mefi project of epic, era, eonnic, centural proprotianzation.

'Stairwell to Blevin'
posted by clavdivs at 7:23 PM on August 8


Speaking of "grandpa metal", there's a guy on youtube called TruthSurge... sings some awesome covers (e.g. Barracuda) and plays a mean guitar (e.g Dokken's "Breakin' the Chains", Iron Maiden's "Trooper").
posted by smcameron at 7:37 PM on August 8 [2 favorites]


The Kim Thayil parts are funny in a nicely subtle way.
posted by Slothrup at 9:18 PM on August 8 [6 favorites]


Metal isn't dead. It just goes to bed at a reasonable time.
posted by photoslob at 7:54 AM on August 9 [13 favorites]


Kim showing up made my day.
posted by a complicated history at 8:08 AM on August 9 [1 favorite]


This is funny. I played Pantera in my Camry today on the way to the grocery store at 8 AM.
posted by Don.Kinsayder at 11:42 AM on August 9 [3 favorites]


These guys still have so much more energy than Metallica, after a certain point.
posted by porpoise at 5:41 PM on August 9 [2 favorites]


Brenden Small's dog sneezes in the beginning. Also zuum with umlauts.
posted by lkc at 5:51 PM on August 9 [1 favorite]


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posted by Mutant Lobsters from Riverhead at 2:53 PM on August 10


The Kim Thayil parts are funny in a nicely subtle way.

Just got around to watching this. Fully agree.
posted by mandolin conspiracy at 4:59 PM on August 10 [1 favorite]


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