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Started by Jassman, July 06, 2006, 04:19:35 PM
Quote from: "McQ"Boy, could I come up with a ton of lyrics. The late 60s and early 70s are full of songs dealing with religion. Here's a classic. "Spirit in the Sky" by Norman Greenbaum (crank up the fuzzbox effect for the guitar!)
Quote from: "Jassman"Slayer is thrash/speed metal. Still, that doesn't change the fact that Slayer rules. Black Sabbath, Slayer..... you're on a roll!
Quote from: "MikeyV"Slayer was a new sound entirely. Barely intelligible, growly lyrics (although higher pitched than modern Death), courtesy of Tom Araya, with the dark lyrics, helped spawn two entirely new genres - Death Metal and Black Metal.
Quote from: "MikeyV"I also went to school with the members of Sacred Reich. Phil Rind, Wiley Arnett and I used to get stoned in the bathroom at school Smile I was partying with Greg Hall, the drummer, when Kerry King from Slayer stopped by. I was going to do the artwork for the first album cover, but I was already obligated to a cover for another local band called Troll. Bad choice, as a friend of mine ,Paul Stottler, had a paying gig doing the covers, and Troll never even released a demo Razz
Quote from: "Jassman"Haha that's awesome... I don't mean to be derailing the thread so much. Maybe we need a metal thread?