Grunge rock band Soundgarden have released a new video for their track “By Crooked Steps, which comes off their latest album King Animal. The video was directed by Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters, Them Crooked Vultures) and features the bands as a mock motorcycle gang who rides Segways, kicks a DJ off of his turntables in order to perform a rock show, and then lead the police on a “chase”. There is also a cameo from electronic artist Deadmau5. You can watch the video below. READ MORE
Band names. Some can be amazing and incredibly catchy and memorable. Others, however, can make you do a second take and whisper, “What the hell?” These are names that also stick with you throughout your life but not because of the band’s music, oh no. Rather, it’s because the name is so awful or problematic that you shudder at the very thought of bringing up these names.
So, below I’ve come up with 10 band names that are simply terrible. Note that this has nothing to do with the quality of their music, but simply is a thought about their name. Check it out! READ MORE
Electronic artist Deadmau5 has uploaded a remix of How To Destroy Angels‘ “Ice Age”, which appears on their recently released EP An Omen. You can stream the song below.
How To Destroy Angels is the project of Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor and his wife Mariqueen Maandig. You can watch the video for “Ice Age” below. READ MORE
Tomorrow sees the release of House Of Gold And Bones: Part 1 (stream the album here), the latest album from hard rock/metal band Stone Sour. In anticipation of this release, Bloody-Disgusting is excited to bring you an exclusive interview with singer Corey Taylor. In it, we discuss Corey’s history with music, his views on the music scene today, Slipknot and Stone Sour fans, and much more! Check it all out below!
Today sees the release of Deadmau5‘s sixth studio album, > album title goes here < , and we’ve got a copy of the album to give away to one lucky reader! However, you’re not only going to get the CD, you’re also going to get a limited UFC Professional Griefers poster signed by Deadmau5 and Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance)! Read on below for all the details on to win.
Deadmau5 has officially released the video for “Professional Griefers”, which comes from him upcoming album > album title goes here < , which comes out Sept. 25th (iTunes pre-order). The video, which features My Chemical Romance‘s Gerard Way, shows a massive UFC-esque battle between two giant Mau5 robots. It’s basically a snazzier looking, far more polished version of Robot Jox. It also features the guy from the Heavy Metal Tea video, which is still near and dear to my heart.
Check out the ultra-expensive (and expansive) video below! READ MORE
Electronic superstar Deadmau5 has released a behind-the-scenes look at the shoot for the upcoming music video for “Professional Griefers”. The song comes off the upcoming album > album title goes here < (iTunes), which comes out Sept. 25th, and features Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance. The video will apparently be the highest-cost electronic music video ever and really does look like it’ll be a lot of fun. The premise is that Deadmau5 and Gerard Way are in a Max Max Thunderdome-esque cage at the controls for gigantic robots that duke it out. It’s kinda like Robot Jox (remember that movie?) meets the UFC.
You can watch the video below as well as stream the full song. READ MORE
It’s no secret that electronic artist Deadmau5 is a big gamer. He’s very big on Minecraft and has appeared in some very entertaining YouTube videos (I’m looking at you Yogscast). But now the mouse-headed musician has released a video for “The Veldt” that shows a lot of inspiration and admiration for the XBLA darling Limbo (review). From the unique art style to the character movement, it’s pretty obvious that Deadmau5 was a big fan of the indie smash hit.
The video tell the tale of a boy and a girl (brother and sister?) who walk through the wilds of Africa, taking in the sights. This includes a lion feeding, vultures scavenging, running through the ribcage of an elephant (or something similarly large), climbing a mountain, and much more. It’s a fun, relatively short video that is well worth checking out below. READ MORE
When I first heard that The Real Tuesday Weld’s album, The Last Werewolf: A Soundtrack was the soundtrack to a book, I was slightly taken aback. I’d never really heard of a book having a soundtrack before. A movie? Of course. A video game? Duh! But a book? That seemed somewhat far-fetched for me. Listening to the album, however, cleared everything up. The question is, did it clear it up and make me want to read the book or did it fail in drumming up any interest at all. Check out after the jump for all the details!
So, I’m gonna try a new article series for you readers where I post the track list of the latest mix CD that I made. I still don’t have an MP3 player aside from my Droid (never saw the use for one), so I still resort to making mixes for my car.