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Wake up!

Alarm clocks are loud... and metal.

Hey, it’s early morning (somewhere in this world, I hope, to the rest of you – shut the fuck up), and what better way to start it than with a Sepultura song? Okay, you could start it with a blowjob from a hot chick, but face it, if you are reading this, you’re most likely a nerd (and if it’s actually morning, even more so) and this is the next best thing.

Last week the band released the title track from their upcoming album Kairos, and I gotta say, it’s pretty fucking sweet. Don’t trust me? Have a listen, and judge for yourself.


A test in logic


I just read an article about Seether listening to Sepultura before each of their shows (note the hair of who I believe is the singer), and I wanted to do a thought experiment. If they listen to Sepultura, and so do I, does that make them awesome, or does that make me awful? If it makes them soft, does it make me hard? You perv. If Amy Lee screwed their singer, yet she didn’t screw me, does that make him awful, or does that make me awesome? If this post lacks any actual logic, does it make a sound?

Sure it does. Make the jump.


Headlines! Headlines!! Headlines!!!

So here are today’s headlines, you lucky bunch.

California lolcore deathcore band Suicide Silence were recently interviewed at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards. The video can be viewed here.  What did they talk about?  I have no clue.  I don’t care either way, I’m too busy eating Cadbury Mini Eggs and watching this clip over and over.

Kunvuk released their their debut, ‘Immute:Jackals‘, on September 16th/2010.  I guess no one bought it, so they decided to give the album out for FREE!  It seems like a new trend these days, where unknown bands are releasing full albums for nothing.  It makes sense, since touring is how metal bands make money these days.  Let’s hope people that will download this, will also end up at one of their shows.

Steve “Lips” Kudlow from Anvil recently admit that the band finally are making money for the first time in 30 years

What has essentially happened is that I no longer work my day job. I’m making my ends meet from the band. Am I making more? I don’t know, probably. But it’s not like I’m buying a limousine. I’m existing and not having to worry about going to a job. And that’s great; I’ve worked 30 years to get there.

Good for them.   My only issue is Lips complaining over and over in the documentary about “not making” it.  I mean, that stuff happens all the time in the business. A lot of times, good bands never get notice, ever – sometimes you get lucky.  That’s life in the metal world.  By the way, in case you missed it a few days ago, you can hear a new song from Anvil here.

As usual, Max Cavalera is hoping the original Sepultura lineup will one day reunite.  He didn’t exactly say it in those words, but it’s rather obvious he wants the reunion when you read this interview, or any Max Cavalera interview over the last ten years.

And that’s it for today, make sure you stay tuned to Dose of Metal for your daily dose of awesomeness!


Sepultura play new song live

Most of my articles about Sepultura are about Max Cavalera and the whole reunion debacle but not today. I somehow forgot that these guys are still playing music. We even reported that Sep already finished recording a new album but somehow that went past me.

So, Sepultura are indeed playing new music and that was the case at a recent show, when they were supporting Ozzy Osbourne. You know, that old guy nobody can understand, who invented the guitar or something…

Anywho, want to listen to the song? Well, yay for crappy cellphone footage and Youtube. Make the jump to listen to this brand new song, called ‘Seethe.’


Thrash ’til Death – Big Four times four, part 2

Last week, I came up with an idea for a Big 16, so to speak. My personal favorite Thrash Metal bands, divided into four seperate groups, each led by a genuine Big Four band. Is there more to it? Not really, I just like to write about Thrash Metal.

So when you make the jump, keep in mind that I’m basically just listing my favorite thrash bands. Success, influence and critical acclaim didn’t play a part in my list but simply personal preferences.

So, what are you waiting for? Make the jump. Now!

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