Tag Archives: Aaron Lewis

22
Aug

SpongeBob CoreyPants

Hipster Corey let us in on one of his next amazing and totally metal career moves — making a children’s music album, which he demonstrated by performing the theme song to SpongeBob SquarePants at a recent show. Rad. The album will also be known as Stone Sour‘s Number Four, though rumors are circulating that he might claim the Slipknot name as well, and that the children in the video are the new line-up.

Kidding aside, he performed it during a benefit show for Aaron Lewis’ “It Takes A Comunity” charity, plus if you’ve ever been forced to sit through a day with a small kid watching cartoons, you’ll know SpongeBob is pretty awesome, so it’s all cool. Except for the hat and glasses combo, and the awkward feeling of realizing this guy used to scream how he wants to slit someone’s throat and fuck the wound, and now looks like he’s one candy away from looking like a pedophile victim.

More videos, including Corey and Aaron performing Queen classic We Will Rock You, can be found here.


20
Mar

Weak Recap: We’re better than you

Fact 1: We love interviews.
Fact 2: Our opinion is great.
Fact 3: Lame week recaps are lame

Taking that into consideration, we realized we do want to make a week recap at the end of each week, but not just a lame list of all our articles or something. So we decided to go narcissistic and just interview each other about the previous week’s most important headlines. Since this week recap is weak, we’re calling it a Weak Recap. Clever, right? Blow me.

So this weekend I’m interviewing Guido. We’ll take turns interviewing each other because let’s face it, we rule. So make the jump to see what he has to say about what went on in the last 7 days.


17
Mar

There’s something wrong here…

And here I am again, writing for Dose of Metal, and instead of coming up with my own content, just stealing borrowing the latest news from Blabbermouth, when I stumble on something that really needs the DoM commentary.

So, Aaron Lewis of Staind (Aka the band that should have ceased to exist the second they formed) has been interviewed recently on Michigan’s WRIF 101.1 FM radio station. I’d report on this, but I haven’t actually listened to the interview, because I’m too busy watching porn and eating a shit load of burgers (the only thing I have in common with Aaron Lewis).

So what exactly wrong with the world now? Politics? Corruption? Global Warming? No my friends, something much worse than all those things, I’m afraid. I have just learned that Aaron Lewis’s solo album has entered the U.S. Billboard chart on March 9 at No. 7. Yes, you read that right, it’s not a typo, I said Number 7! Are you fucking kidding me? Either there’s a lot of people with terrible taste, or Aaron Lewis just bought a shit ton of albums. Either way, this news is truly sickening. Look, even the guy in the background of the picture above is laughing at Aaron.


10
Jan

Staind get in your face

Staind, the musical equivalent of the ‘Leave Britney Alone‘ video, promised fans a heavy and ‘in your face’ album.

Oh it’s heavy. It’s heavy said Aaron Lewis while lifting his gut. We are steering clear of any ideas that come out of us that might be of the more poppy or mellow nature, and we’re concentrating on this being a very in-your-face and heavy record.

Full interview here.

First of all, HAHAHAHA… Staind… Heavy? I’ve heard heavier song from Miley Cyrus…
Secondly… Staind album? What is this, 1999?

Make the jump to watch Aaron Lewis get ‘in your face’ with a country song.


17
Dec

Shocking: Aaron Lewis is a country music star

Aaron Lewis

Oh my god, how could this happen? It’s not like the last Staind album to have proper heavy music was released about ten years ago, nooo sir. And it’s not like each new album after that sounded more and more acoustic and 3-doors-downier than the last.WHERE DID THIS COME FROM?

In case you’ve missed the sarcasm, Aaron Lewis‘ latest (and also very natural) step in his musical career was to record a country album. And apparently, he made the right choice, because he’s making money. And at the end of the day, that’s the only thing that matters, right? The cycle is complete.

P.S. Make the jump to see his video for “Country Boy,” named like that just so the people in Texas wouldn’t get confused as to whether this is a rock or a country album when they recognize Aaron‘s fat face.


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