"Letís pretend it isnít,Ē said Rabbit, ďand see what happens.Ē
Posted On:3/29/2012 9:24pm
Style: Hung Fist, BJJ, Qi Gong
One of my all time favorites
Posted On:4/13/2012 10:56am
Style: BJJ/ MMA/ MT
I can't remember if this was posted or not, but it should have been considering the film clip has two martial arts legends in it. Also, Sepultura.
Originally Posted by Mr. Machette
Ups to Battlefields for dropping the sage wisdom.
You are like a Pimp Yoda.
Originally Posted by Tranquil Suit
Battlefields... You're more of a man than I am.
GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.
Posted On:4/13/2012 6:21pm
Style: BJJ, Judo, SAMBO
This is the new goodness. Pallbearer are out of Little Rock. They remind me of a more brutal Candlemass. This record is so sick.
Posted On:4/19/2012 3:33am
Posted On:4/27/2012 7:43pm
Style: Stabbing the Face.
Naszir, do you have any idea how much I fucking love you? (No homo).
Posted On:4/28/2012 1:50am
C-C-C-Combo breaker. Let's do something a bit different.
ARK (not the Swedish pop band but the Norwegian prog metal group) put out an awesome CD called Burn the Sun back in 2001.
This is the title track.
Freak Kitchen is a Swedish prog metal / hard rock band. Let's lull you a bit with a slower song. It helps that it's awesome though.
Here's more pretty damn progressive stuff from my friend's band, Depth Beyond One. Not sure if they are doing anything anymore, but all of them are talented as hell.
More Swedish goodness, Pain of Salvation with Scarsick:
Finally not to ignore Finnish proge metal completely I'll end with a high note: the hit track from Stam1na's latest album (Nocebo), Valtiaan uudet vaatteet (with a great video!)
Curiosity killed the cat. But damn it had a blast.
Posted On:4/28/2012 2:50am
Style: American Kenpo, Judo
Ah, Pain of Salvation, a huge influence on my own band.
Currently covering this Swedish gem though
Posted On:7/10/2012 3:21pm
Has entered Barovia...
Posted On:7/10/2012 5:45pm
Today's Blind Guardian night for me:
Posted On:7/10/2012 10:45pm
Style: Muay Thai
My drastically increased running schedule here in Thailand means I need a lot of stuff to keep me moving. This has led to my rediscovering my love for melo-death. I know that's typically European territory, but The Absence shows that American metal can be more than grunting, chest-pounding wannabe alpha male stupidity.
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