My Top 10 Favorite Metal/Rock Bands (When I was 14)

– – – -PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION BEFORE COMMENTING- – – – Youtube muted this video by copyright issues. You can find the songs and band names in this description! This is an old video, i don’t like nickelback and rhcp anymore:) but rhcp’s bassist, Flea is kick ass, check him out! Not of all bands are my favorite songs of these! 1# Children Of Bodom – Silent Night, Bodom Night (melodic death metal/power metal) 2# In Flames – F(R)iend (melodic death metal) 3# Soilwork – Exile (melodic death metal) 4# Arch Enemy – The Great Darkness (melodic death metal) 5# Amon Amarth – Asator (viking/death metal) 6# Dimmu Borgir – Puritania (symphonic black metal) 7# Ignite – Fear Is Our Tradition (hardcore) 8# Lamb Of God – Redneck (metalcore/groove metal) 9# Nickelback – Rockstar (alternative rock) 10# Red Hot Chili Peppers – Around The World (funk rock) Please rate. Enjoy! 🙂

Obituary’s John Tardy Discusses Bands Inception, Future Plans & the Impact of the Internet in Music!

Legendary Florida Death Metal goliaths Obituary recently opened a can of whoop ass at Santos Party House in New York City, as part of their East Coast Possession tour. The entire show was streamed via UNAtion, which is an event-driven platform that will fundamentally change the way corporations, organizations and individuals interact with one another. The band is currently composing the follow-up to their “Darkest Day” full-length, released in 2009 with plans to enter the studio early in the new year for a tentative late spring/early summer 2012 release. Not even 10 minutes after Obituary stepped off stage, we captured Obituary’s vocalist/co-founder John Tardy and conducted the following interview. During the interview we discussed the bands inception, their upcoming plans, and how the internet has affected Obituary. Crank it up to 11, but make sure to warn your neighbors!
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