New book details metal in 'most troubling' decadeTuesday, July 14, 2015 6:37 AM PT / 6,818 views
911 was an inside Job. The 4th blood moon is coming. If we make it past September, I'd be suprised. = o
a NYC writer making a book about our seattle music scene. makes sense.
is that really the cover? with the possessive on the decade?
Try touring in the late 2000's, not getting guarantee money every night because your booking agent is robbing you nightly because he is addicted to Filipino boy hookers, and trying to get from show to show when gas is 4 bucks a gallon. Fu ck this book, the 90s were a cake walk financially, My band was swallowed up by a major label. Woe of Tyrants would have been a household name if our label matched our work ethic. Write a book about us, we have tons more poop stories, including diarrhea
I wouldn't consider any of the bands named above to be 'the fittest', most aren't even metal. Talk to bands that made great music and created a fan base despite the 90's music scene.
There really was no thought put into that cover.
Way to exclude the thriving death metal scene of the 1990s. What a douche this "author" must be.
What the actual fck is this shit that keeps going on about the 90's metal scene being a hard time??? Yeah because Pantera, Machine Head, Deftones, Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax, Sepultura, Fear Factory, Skid Row....to name a few, all had a terrible 90's huh?? fcking huge time for metal!!
Because metal heads read. Bwuhahaha!!! comment of the year!!!it would dominate this board, if they had written Because metal heads can "ACTUALLY, read!?!?!?"
Just because the author had a troubling experience through puberty doesn't mean the bands he listened to during that time were troubled. Two different mutually exclusive situations, idiot
Written by a college kid studying the scene and what it meant while the rest of us were at the shows getting our noses broken. Anyway, I don't know how to read.