Bad Boys Don’t Smile: conjured grim metal musicians a smile on your face

Inspired by these with the smartphone app FaceApp (Download see link at the end of the article) edited images from the Undertaker, the smile was magic in the face, I've been thinking, as well in Metal-would look musicians. So I got me a couple of bad portraits of Kerry King and Tom Araya Of Slayer, Rob Flynn von Machine Head, Rob Halford von Judas Priest, Dave Mustaine of Megadeth, Glenn Danzig, Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead, Rob Zombie, Phil Anselmo, Lars Ulrich and Kirk Hammett of METALLICA or Marilyn Manson made and chased by FaceApp. What came out here, you see the following images, if you click on the mouse the image:

This also works wonderfully with „evil“ Rappern ;)

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If there is a place for racism in metal, count me out!

After Phil Anselmo (ex-PANTERA) at the 22. January on the stage raised his arm in the Hitler salute at Dimebash in Hollywood „white power“ had launched public – reportedly an allusion to the white wine, he drank Backstage – has to now Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn provided a video message online. Robb called Anselmo in this Video As „great tyrants“, whose actions „were damn wrong“.

The Machine Head singer, the countless times has shared the stage with Anselmo and Pantera gecovert songs live frequently, goes into detail: „I was at Dimebash and can assure, that there was no backstage Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio. The only, what you, Phil Anselmo, have drunk, war Beck’s, German beer. Maybe yes came because the joke ago? Do you understand it? German beer! white power! insanely funny!“ Flynn goes in the following, eleven-minute video also criticized the past Anselmo and, that he himself as well as other musicians, members of the Metal-Industry and the fan scene would not rather ruled on similar occasions. He would no longer be part of this characteristic silence. Robb further added:

„and, you know, The Crazy thing is that out of all the things that are being said, the majority of people are just, like, ‚Oh, give him a bro. Here comes the PC police now and social-justice team.‘ and, ‚You all just need to thicken your skin and stop being such pussies when somebody screams out ‚white power‘ and 'victorious salvation.‘ ‚Liberal this‘ [and] ‚liberal that.‘ […] Only in the metal community is something like this so, so brushed off. If this was Chad from Nickelback, if this was Justin Bieber, if this was Tom Brady, if this was Lars f—ing Ulrich… heads would roll.“

If such behavior as that of Anselmo at Dimebash will be tolerated for years, even beyond continues to be a Climate the Fear, Miss Lighted anzusprechen, die Metalszene dominiere, he would no longer be a part of it. In his video Flynn criticized the metal scene in total: In no other genre of music was a silence about such incidents by musicians and members of the scene, or. the active Demanding whose by a large number of fans, conceivable. This restraint, A „Icon“ to critisize, to be canceled out of fear for fun spoiler or Nestbeschmutzer, must stop. Robb concludes his statement by saying,: „Enough is enough. There are metal no place for such a thing […]. Goodbye, Phil Anselmo! I will never play a Pantera song again in my life!“

Racism In Metal

A Capella Metal Bands

Friends, so habt ihr METALLICA, PANTERA, Slayer, Iron Maiden und Co. never heard! Now it is Music from! The following version of the Metal Classic listening to her only singing. So there for you with Metallica MASTER of Puppets, Pantera mit Walk, Slayer mit Raining Blood, Megadeth mit Peace Sells, Iron Maiden mit The Number of the Beast, Arch Enemy mit Nemesis, AC/DC mit Back In Back und DragonForce mit Through The Fire And Flames.Klingt alles always even better than Van Canto… ;)

Master Of Puppets (Vocal Track)
PANTERA - Walk - Vocal Only - By Phil Anselmo
Raining Blood - Vocal Track Only [Lyrics] | Best Quality | 1080p HD
Megadeth-Peace Sells (Vocals Only)
Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast (Studio Acapella) (HQ)
Arch Enemy - Nemesis (Voice Only)
AC/DC - Back In Black (Acapella)
Dragonforce - Through The Fire And Flames (Official Acapella)

Album Review: Avenged Sevenfold – Hail to the King

„Hail to the King“ ist das sechste Album der kalifornischen Multi-Platin-Rocker „Avenged Sevenfold“ and is probably a bit of uninspiriertesten thing I've ever heard in the metal scene! m. Shadows und seine Kumpanen haben diesmal den Metal discovered the late 80s early 90s for themselves and graze just about everything from, was damals auch nur halbwegs angesagt war. Ich war, bin und werde nie ein Fan dieser Band sein, but this was brought to this album, muss ich einfach bewerten und zwar als grottenschlecht! Of „gloomy“ and „brutal“ war im Vorfeld Reason, but klingt which Platte Schlicht so, as METALLICA for the masses to their „Schwarzen Album“ should have sound. Und nicht nur dass, auch Guns N‘ Roses, Megadeth und etwas PANTERA and Disturbed are rotated through a meat grinder and what comes out is simply gequirrlte Sch… But who already always Blessed mainstream Metallica times wails behind, wird mit diesem Album bestens operating.

Avenged Sevenfold - Hail to the King

Maybe the guys make singer M. Shadows und Gitarrist Synyster Gates momentan eine Phase durch, in which they pay homage to their ancient hero or they are generally on the nostalgia trip. The opener is not necessarily the best choice, to open an album, of „Shepherd Of Fire“ is fairly slow. This condition is typical of the whole album, because A7X come not so properly during the first period from the quark and takes in the entire context so very quickly bored. Midtempo tramp and oppressive guitars dominate and run through the entire 53 Minutes of playing time. „Sheppard Of Fire“ erinnert stark an „Enter Sandman“ mit einer Deutlich Disturbed-Schlagseite. Ab zweiten them und zugleich Title-Track wird dann im knietief Retro Metal gewatet, from which the disk moves away subsequently only for fractions.

Avenged Sevenfold - Hail to the King

At „Doing Time“ positioniert sich M. Shadows als Axl Rose where Neuzeit, „This Means War“ would fine on Metallica „black“-Album gepasst und bei „Heretic“ wurde sich bei Dave Mustaine Schlicht und them Megadeth Classic „Symphony Of Destruction“ served. At „planets“, by far the heaviest song on the album, Lehnen sich Shadows & Co. „Slightly“ bei Pantera an. In the verse of „This Means War“ could direct the „Sad But True“-Sing text. And when the quintet leaves the paths of their heroes briefly, as in „Requiem“ for example, is a certain creativity deficit all too clear, because not only whether the sacral, parts sung in Latin that is a tribute to „Ghost“ and also the semi-ballad „Coming Home“ just not convinced. After the bombast and kitsch at the beginning of the song, are built here in the second part of Iron Maiden harmonies. The final, ausstaffierte with strings and piano „Acid Rain“ erinnert an Pink Floyd zu „The Division Bell“-Zeiten und hier treibt Shadows es dann zu weit gesanglich definitive…

Avenged Sevenfold

The whole album is probably only for the braces-wearing teen clientele and the absolute mainstream. Aber sicher wird sich „Hail to the King“ resell as hell and the upcoming tour the band will ensure full houses. Doch auch auf diesem Album fehlen pack the Hook Lines und Leadgitarren. Auch das langweilige Drumming von Arin Alejey, which was praised in advance of his new bandmates for his technical genius, is most of the time only „Boom-boom-ta-ta“-Stomping. It simply lacks the bite. As already mentioned, Ich war, am and will never be a fan of Avenged Sevenfold and the album simply can not inspire the track. Seems to me „Hail to the King“ like an inventory of Metal Years 1990 to 1992. The band has clearly been copied in a creative way TOO MUCH of their models, if one wants to say so, to avoid the word „copied“ to take into the mouth. Fans are in „Hail to the King“ certainly find favor and those who have always blessed Metallica times lamented afterwards, can find an successful successor. All other hear better right Music!

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Track List:

  1. 00:00 – Shepherd Of Fire
  2. 05:20 – Hail to the King
  3. 10:26 – Doing Time
  4. 13:54 – This Means War
  5. 20:02 – Requiem
  6. 24:26 – Crimson Day
  7. 29:25 – Heretic
  8. 34:19 – Coming Home
  9. 40:45 – planets
  10. 46:43 – Acid Rain
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Remembering Jeff Hanneman with Metallica, PANTERA, ANTHRAX, STONE SOUR, Zakk Wylde and more

A few hours before the Golden Gods Revolver on 2. More 2013 was the news of the death of Slayer Gitarrist Jeff Hannemann um die Welt. Metal Injection asked sizes as METALLICA, Megadeth, Testament, ANTHRAX, STONE SOUR, PANTERA, Children of Bodom, Zakk Wylde, Jose Mangin and Evan Seinfeld (Attika 7/ex-Biohazard) about their memories of the great guitarists. Here you can read more reactions from some musicians… RIP Jeff Hannemann!

Memories of SLAYER's Jeff Hanneman (METALLICA, PANTERA, ANTHRAX, STONE SOUR, Zakk Wylde and more)

Jeff Hanne Mans Tod – Reactions from the scene

The message of Jeff Hanne Mans Tod spread like wildfire and overshadowed the Metal-Gemeinde. Erste Reaktionen von Slash, METALLICA, Robb Flynn, ANTHRAX, Megadeth, Testament and many more you can read here.

Jeff Hanne Mans Tod

Musicians and Friends Show dismay. Here are the first expressions of sympathy some well-known bands:

„Tragic & shocking news about Jeff Hanneman. He is going to missed by so many. what a sad day for metal. RIP man.“

„We send our condolences and deepest sympathies to the family, Friends, and fans of Jeff Hanneman. Our hearts go out to his brothers in Slayer. Tonight one less star will be shining and sadly, the stage got just a little bit darker. Jeff Hanneman 1964-2013.“
Dave Mustaine (Megadeth)

„We are extremely saddened by the news of Jeff Hanneman’s passing. Our deepest condolences to his family, Friends, fans and the entire Slayer camp and their road crew. We would not be the band we are today without him and SLAYER. Rest in peace, Jeff!“

„My condolences to SLAYER and the Jeff Hanneman family today.“
David Ellefson (Megadeth)

„R.I.P. Jeff Hanneman, brother in thrash.“

„Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Hanneman family and SLAYER. R.I.P. our friend“

„Jeff Hanneman — I’m at a loss for words. Thanks for always laughing at my dumb jokes, thanks for your generosity in donating a bunch of signed SLAYER stuff to Help me with my neck surgery costs, thanks for making my bandmate so happy. I’m so sad to hear you’re gone! RIP buddy. (And for anyone inclined please stop by the NASHVILLE Pussy page and send Ruyter some love. Her heart is no doubt broken to pieces.)“
Karen Cuda (ex-Nashville Pussy)

RIP Jeff Hanneman. Slayer is devastated to inform that their bandmate and brother, Jeff Hanneman, passed away at…

„R.I.P. Jeff Hanneman“

„We are so devasted to hear about the passing of Jeff Hanneman. One of the greatest have passed on and please, stop for a moment and pay your respect to this fantastic man. This is a Tragedy.“
In Flames

„Changing the world through music isn’t easy… Mission accomplished. Glad to be a part of all we did together through the years. RIP Jeff Hanneman.“
Dan Spitz (Former Anthrax)

Wow….I’m in shock…RIP Jeff Hanneman….Wow….
Mike Portnoy

Wow… I just heard some really sad news . R.I.P. Jeff Hanneman
Robert Caggiano (Volbeat, Former Anthrax)

Anvil send their condolences to the SLAYER and the Jeff Hanneman family. R.I.P.“

Totally shocked by Jeff Hanneman’s death. Terrible loss for the metal community. Condolences to his family and Slayer.
3 Inches Of Blood

„Rest in peace, Jeff Hanneman. You will surely be missed.“

„We’re saddened by the death of SLAYER guitarist, Jeff Hanneman. Our prayers and best wishes to SLAYER and Jeff’s family.“
Papa Roach

Und last but not least hat sich Robb Flynn Reported by Machine Head to word with a long farewell letter, which he in his published blogt can:

“Still can’t believe that Jeff Hanneman from Slayer is dead, things like that just don’t happen. Thrashers don’t die??!! WTF!!??

I’m not going to sit here and say how him and I were best buds or something, we definitely weren’t, I’d barely call us acquaintances, I did 8 tours and over 120 shows with the Dude and honestly, I never really got to “know him”. I was always Closer with Kerry. Jeff was super quiet, really kept to himself, would get rowdy when he was drunk, but was a bit aloof, and seemed annoyed at the people partying around him despite the fact that he himself would be getting hammered.

I can remember some good hangs with him though. The first was in Basel, Switzerland back in November, 1994 when Machine Head was main support to Slayer on the Divine Intervention tour. It was one of those shows were something so random happens it just never leaves you, in this case, the show was Sponsored by Chesterfield cigarettes and every kid entering the show got 2 free packs of smokes. I’ve never seen so much smoke in a venue in my life. I remember walking onstage and yelling at our roadie / everything-guy Mike Scum, “DUDE, turn off the fuckin’ smoke machine”, he said “YOOOOO, it’s not the smoke machine bro, it’s the cigarettes!” It was damn near impossible to Breath onstage. After the show we were hanging backstage and Jeff walked back, we started bitching about the Crazy cigarette show, and he invited me back to the dressing room to grab a beer, we sat down and chatted for a while, and then I went all Slayer-nerd on him and started grilling him on what songs he wrote.

me: “Who wrote Angel Of Death?”
Jeff: “I did”
me: “Lyrics too?”
Jeff: “Yep”
me: “Reign In Blood?”
Jeff: “Me”
me: “Dead Skin Mask?”
Jeff: “Yep”
me: “South Of Heaven?”
Jeff: “Me”
me: “Black Magic?”
Jeff: “You know it”
me: “Hell Awaits?”
Jeff: “Yep”

Jeff Hanneman: RIP
On and on it went, that man wrote both the music and lyrics to a large goddamn portion of my favorite Slayer songs. He was a huge influence on my songwriting growing up in particular with arrangements and the bold use of key changes. The one thing Slayer band always had over so many other bands is they were all over the guitar neck when it came to key changes. Leads would be in some of the most random keys ever, but somehow it made it all that much more frantic, and when the chorus kicked back in, Boom! CRUSHING! Set up perfectly. He was one of the few metal heads I met who never really got into Pantera, he told me he “liked some stuff”, but thought they we’re “too bluesy at times”, and that he “liked more evil notes or sad riffs”

Another good memory was sharing a tour bus on the August 2001 Korean / Japan / Australia tour, it was all fly-dates and hotels, we were sharing crew, tour manager and manager, so we all rode on the bus together to and from the airport to the hotel every day. Sometimes the rides were an hour or two, so you’d just all BS and hang. One time a kid in Australia bum-rushed the bus while we were all sitting in it, hammered after partying one night. He was desperate for autographs and came on the bus screaming (what else?) "SLAAAAAAAAAYYYYYEEEEERRRR!!!” He then saw me and went all, “Oh shit, Robb Flynn, mate I fuckin’ LOVE Machine Head, but it’s fuckin’ SLAAAAAAAYYYYYYYEEEERRRRR” I looked the fucker right in the eye and slurred, “Oh just FUCK RIGHT OFF!!” Hannamen fell out dying, he laughed for 10 minutes straight, cracked him up, that slightly feminine high pitched giggle that he always did.

Dude backed me when Kerry King and I were beefin all that time long ago, he would come up to me at festivals and would talk, just be normal. He even backed me in Decibel magazine when they asked him about the beef, saying “Robb is a good dude”, and that “Kerry was like the girlfriend of the band, always beefin’ with someone”. I got a good laugh outta that.

The last memory I’ll share is from the American leg of the Divine Intervention tour in March 1995. It was Slayer, Biohazard supporting, and Machine Head opening. We were playing the International Ballroom in Atlanta Georgia. He had been sitting out some of the new songs from “Divine”, which was odd to me. We were hanging out in their dressing room before the show, just him and I, and I mustered up the nerve to ask him what the deal with it was. At first he joked that he just “didn’t feel like learning them, didn’t like ‘em, Kerry wrote them”, he was chuckling, and then he stopped. He looked down and got serious. He said he’d been having a lot of pain in his wrists, his hands and wrists were going numb all the time, and would go numb during those songs Because they were really fast, then he started to cry. It was a startling confession. I offered some awkward feel-good comment, but he just continued to cry, and I decided to sit there in the silence with him for a minute. He gave me a hug, and said “Whoa!”, and laughed walked out toward the stage, turned back and said “thanks dude”.

It was an intense moment, one of those rare, intense Moments you have with someone, let Alone with someone from another band.

It made me really respect the dude.

That’s the Jeff I’m gonna remember.

To Kerry, Tom, Dave, Paul, Rick Sales Mgmt and Jeff’s family, my sincere condolences.

R.I.P brother.”


What nobody knew until now: A recording session for the song 1992 Album „Vulgar Display Of Power“ landete nicht auf dem Album und geriet in Vergessenheit – bis Schlagzeuger Vinnie Paul Abbott ihn schliesslich wiederfand. for the Video to „Piss“ cried PANTERA ihre Fans via Facebook on, putting themselves in front of the camera and rocking. The worldwide response was huge. The result is a unique blend of headbanging and Freaking Pantera fans of all ages, Religion or belief. So warns the neighbors, Lautstärkeregler auf Maximum und lasst euch vom nachfolgenden „Piss“ hew down!


Half assed for most his life
Done nothing but stand
just Because he’s so small so
No one will give him a hand
The kinda guy that would steal your cast
And buy a Burning House
Then call you up and invite you in
And jerk you off with a sandpaper hand

I’d leave him physically crippled
Without a leg to stand
I’d throw that Trash Away
Because a runt like that is piss in the wind
My fist would be the decider
I wasn’t raised a fool
I’d stomp his ass for free
Because a punk like that is piss in the wind

Piss in the wind

A go-getter who ain’t got none
A legend in his mind
Always the one to invite himself
And then just left behind
Someone must of clipped his balls
Or wiped his ass of his life
A self centered procrastinator
Attention seeker who’s got nothing at all

I’d leave him physically crippled
Without a leg to stand
I’d throw that trash away
Because a runt like that is piss in the wind
My fist would be the decider
I wasn’t raised a fool
I’d stomp his ass for free
Because a punk like that is piss in the wind

Gone but not forgotten. R.I.P Dimebag

before 7 Years took a madman with a gun one of the most talented and most humble people we. Not only, giving us a creative genius and legend robbed… but also a beloved brother, friend and Metal Head. Since that day, I hope, Nathan Gale burn in hell and his soul suffers for all eternity including, robs us of our brother Dimebag Darrell Abbott to have. RIP behind the Cemetary Gates Dime!

PANTERA - Cemetery Gates Dimebag tribute
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