Our battle of the mainstream frontman led us to this tournament. After the amazing recognition we were given from our readers for letting them pick the favorite we decided to listen to them and give them exactly what you wanted.
Hails metalheads! My name is Fang VonWrathenstein, vocalist for the unsigned band Lords of the Trident (http://www.LordsOfTheTrident.com). Every month or so, I’ll be handing out my sage advice to other unsigned bands on how to take their band from the garage to the next level.
As each year passes we see certain Canadian bands get stronger and stronger, in other cases we see bands begin to fall apart and become shells of their former selves. Then we have the rarest of cases; bands that continue to year after year cement themselves as legends in the metal scene.
Today I want to take a look at Metal Musicians who may have felt the music just wasn’t enough. In order to keep themselves entertained in life they turned to other jobs or professions that some might consider “real jobs.
So someone sends me over an album of 5 guys from Saskatoon that said “fuck the singer” and started riffing out old style Sabbath with the doom and psych of Electric Wizard. I’m pretty sure that someone knew those five guys called Shooting Guns were going to be our featured artists at some point.
Our battle of the mainstream frontman led us to this tournament. After the amazing recognition we were given from our readers for letting them pick the favorite we decided to listen to them and give them exactly what they wanted.
They say “good things can come in small packages,” but for me personally I like when things come in big, massive, huge explosive packages and that’s the case with Killing Joke’s MMXII that was released by Spinefarm Records on October 30th. We couldn’t be more honored to feature this one: