Sergeant Squeal: Vocals Fat-belly Pig: Additional vocals Bear-Pig: Guitars & Bass Lord-Pig: Drums & Lyrics I had to start with the names to explain the title. Yes, Purify the Horror has the heads of pigs.
Today I want to look at dream match ups when it comes to the stage. Some of these may have already happened, others can’t happen, and some could in the future. This is a very personal look at who I would like to see share a stage.
There are so many sub-genres and offshoots of metal these days I tend to stick to the few I know and rarely stray from my happy place. With that said, every once and awhile a band will come along that appeals to me and I feel I need to learn more.
2011 was a great year for music. We saw the release of Black Dahlia Murder’s Ritual, Between the Buried and Me’s The Parallax (Hypersleep Dialogues), Sixx AM’s This is Gonna Hurt, Motorhead’s The World is Yours, and countless others that appeared on my year end list.
We all know by now my feelings on bad Metalcore and the rare, excellent Metalcore. Lets keep is simple: love the excellent, loathe the bad! See… simple! Also you know when I find a band I like I really love to shove them down your throat.
Before I start the review of Prosthetic Record’s Ramming Speed I just need to go through a quick check list to get my thoughts in order. 1 – Short energy filled songs filled with anger as influenced by Punk: CHECK!