Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Found some old ticket stubs.
top left : Anthrax / Cromags/ Metal Church 06/05/1987 Beacon Theatre NYC
top middle: Overkill 07/10/1987 Lamour Brooklyn NY
top right: Manowar 06/06/1986 Lamour Brooklyn NY
middle left: Slayer 04/11/1987 Lamour Brooklyn NY
middle: Raven/Anthrax/Metallica Roseland Ballroom NYC Kill Em All For One Tour
middle bottom: Iron Maiden Radio City Music Hall NYC 01/18/1985
bottom right: Slayer Lamour Brooklyn 11/15/1985
Wish I had kept all my stubs from back in the day.
Posted by Dave G at 5:09 PM
Man I wish I had saved my Kick Ass Monthly zines. I know I had every issue but most of them got cut up and hung on my walls. You know what, if anyone has any old issues of Kick Ass I would be interested in purchasing them. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
ps click image to enlarge.
Posted by Dave G at 10:06 AM
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Monday, December 28, 2009
I brought a bunch of stuff back with me from my parents house this weekend. Mostly old Metal stickers, flyers, pictures, fanzines etc. I found this old RNR Heaven ( John Z of Megaforce records old record store in Clark NJ) Christmas card and figured I'd post it for the hell of it. Let me know if you peeps are interested in this old oddball shit I have collected over the years and I will post some more images over the next few days...Dave G.
Posted by Dave G at 3:56 PM
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Aesop over at Cosmic Hearse posted up the Broken Bones - Decapitated 7" today which immediately made want to listen to this Lp "Bonecrusher".While Dem Bones is definitely my favorite Broken Bones record I think they did a hell of a good job with this crossover metal punk style record as well.
Posted by Dave G at 3:12 PM
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
This bootleg is currently all over ebay bringing in silly high prices but I know for a fact that an official repress of the Cutest Band In Hardcore ep and the S/T 12" are in the works. Once the label releases the official press release I will give you more details and let you know where to go to get a copy of the official represses...Dave G.
Posted by Dave G at 11:32 AM
Thursday, December 03, 2009
Here is the first single from one of my top 5 favorite bands of any musical genre The Sound. This single was released in 1979 so they were right there for the movement from punk to 80's new wave if you will. The Sound is similar in style to future label mates Echo and The Bunnymen,however The Sound were better but for some reason they never got the attention they truly deserved. Anyway, this 7" is not my favorite thing that the band has ever released (From The Lions Mouth Lp is my favorite) but the opening song on this 7" called Cold Beat is a really good song. The music became much darker and brooding on the releases that followed this 7" and their 1st Lp Jeopardy.Honestly, the later more brooding music that they produced is really where The Sound fully hit the mark for me, but these earlier recordings are excellent as well...Dave G.
Posted by Dave G at 10:45 AM