Monday, January 30, 2012

New True Blood season trailer with a Lamb of God's song

There is yet another reason to watch those new ‘True Blood’ promos for the fifth season over and over again: Lamb of God‘s song ‘King Me ‘ (off their new album ‘No Resolution’) is featured in the new trailer.




The popular HBO vampire show is based on a series of books by Charlaine Harris. Vampire geeks, you’re not alone. Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe is a self-proclaimed vampire loving junkie.

Blythe expressed his excitement by stating “I am in VAMPIRE GEEK HEAVEN right now. STOKED.”

He enthusiastically goes on to say “I DON’T GIVE A F— what you or ANYONE ELSE says about True Blood — I F—ING LOVE IT, MY MUSIC IS ON THE PROMO, & I am CELEBRATING the sheer AWESOMENESS of the fact that I now have a connect & I am reveling in that AND ALL ITS F–GY VAMPIRE GLORY!!!”


The animated frontman concludes “SO STOKED!!! & now I will drive to Kroger to pick up some pasta sauce, BLASTING ‘King Me,’ & looking for goths to high-five! TRUE BLOOD, FTW!!!” Clearly spoken like a loyal ‘True Blood’ fan!


Source: Loudwire


It's really good for metal scene to have initiatives like that. It proves metal is becoming more popular.


Here is the trailer:


Roots of Heavy Metal

Welcome to my music blog!


My first post is about Black Sabbatah.





Black Sabbath is one of many pioneer bands of heavy metal.
Initially, their music genre was heavy blues rock but soon they changed to heavy metal.
Their lyrics were inspired by the occult and horror.

Black Sabbath's first formation in 1969:
Ozzy Osbourne (lead vocals),
Tony Iommi (guitar),
Geezer Buttler (bass guitar),
Bill Ward(drums).


Since its formation, the band has experienced multiple line-up changes being Tony Iommi the only constant presence in the band through the years. 22 musicians have at one time been members of Black Sabbath.
The most iconic album they produced was Paranoid in 1970. This album was considered as a turning point in the music scene. The Rolling Stone Magazine said it "changed music forever" and they were considered as the "Beattles of heavy metal".
Black Sabbath have influenced many bands such as Iron Maiden, Metallica, Opeth or even Slayer.
In the present, they are reunited and planning to record a new studio album with the producer Rick Rubin. In the meantime, the will perform some live shows.

Here is a classic:
Black Sabbath - Supernaut





And here is a great and cheerful cover by Turisas:




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