I’m not the biggest fan of Boss pedals but I can’t deny that they are incredibly popular and are used by pretty much some of the biggest names in the music industry. And now Boss will be adding three more pedals to their already pretty damn extensive lineup. The three pedals, which will make their debut at NAMM 2013, are the TE-2 Tera Echo, the DA-2 Adaptive Distortion, and the MO-2 Multi-Overtone. Below are videos that feature Rob Zombie/ex-Marilyn Manson guitarist John 5 demonstrating their tones.
Actually, let me get an annoyance off my chest if you don’t mind. If a company is going to release a video promoting their new line of guitar FX pedals and want people to hear the sounds they are capable of, how about they DON’T let some wannabe dramatic voiceover guy talk the whole damn video? That too much to ask for? Sheesh… READ MORE
The game I’ve been foaming at the mouth for since 2005, the title I said could redefine the horror genre is a little less than a week away from jumping into my bosom. The more I see of Shadows of the Damned the less I can consider it a real horror title, instead I’d compare it to a punk rock hipster with a mean ‘tude and a tendency for brutal murder. At the very least the game has some of my favorite people behind it, including Goichi Suda (No More Heroes), Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil), and Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill composer), so I have serious doubts that this game will be anything less than good fun. The following video looks pretty good – I’ve never been a fan of birds, all flying high like they’re better than everyone else.
That machine gun with the tendrils looks like it’ll be my one of my favorites, if only so I can bust down a door leading to a group of unsuspecting monsters before exclaiming loudly, “Say ‘ello to my lil frien’!” and tearing their shit up with my badass machine gun. Yeah, this game is going to rock. Shadows of the Damned releases on June 21st, and good thing too, because I don’t know how much longer I can wait. READ MORE