The reasons why I love to watch General Luna live.
Aside for their beauty and talent, things that make me love their live performances
-Audry Dionisio (rhythm guitar) she got this rockstar aura and attitude while playing guitars, every time she moves her sight at me, makes me raise my hand with devil horns, evil eyes and stretch out my tongue. Coolness and hotness
-Alex Montemayor (bass guitar) the reason why I kept moving my head and feet throughout the whole song, Alex and the bassline makes me move, she is attached with her bass. When I look at her, she puts a smile on my face.
-Nicole Asensio (vocals) when she gets on stage, she is not there just to sing, she is there to perform, those rockstar movement and her mouth releasing beautiful and powerful sound makes me intense. Man If I know every word of the songs, I will be singing along shouting. She got beauty, moves and talent.
-Bea Lao (drums) she looks serious while playing the drums, she makes me gnarled my teeth everytime she hits the drum kit. Dave Grohl’s female version, the strong smashing of drums. I love her face, very strong.
-Caren Mangaran (lead guitar) the melody of guitar solo, wish I could play like that. The melody of the song is the sound of the guitar solo, makes me open my mouth and imitate the sound of the guitar solo. Her beauty reflects to the beauty of lead guitar, such excellent guitar skills.
I love to watch rock concert DVDs (pirates ;}D) such as Metallica: live shit Binge and Purge; GNR Use Your Illusion 1&2 tour; Rage Against The Machine: The Battle of Mexico City; Nirvana: Live and Loud and Reading Festival; Mr. Big: Live and Kickin’; Megadeth; Pantera; Iron Maiden and a lot more, but seeing them live is different, it is hard to catch great rock bands live, that’s why if I had a chance to watch General Luna live, you know it. I wish success for this band, and I know it will be soon. When you are big, successful and having gigs, please don’t forget about me, and my backstage pass ;p. Keep rockin’ and God Bless General Luna.
This hug is one of the greatest moment in rock metal. Only the people who knows the story of Metallica and Megadeth, feuds between Dave Mustaine and Kirk Hammett and the rest of Metallica would appreciate this hug. It’s like world peace, 2012 moved 2010, Cliff Burton resurrected, I won a lottery and a dream came true after almost 30 years.
KIRK & DAVE EMBRACED
KIRK & DAVE EMBRACED
Th Big 4 @ Sonisphere Festival. Am I Evil? jam by Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax - EPIC
Big 4 playing Am I Evil?
Charlie Benante (playing snare drum at the background) of Anthrax, Rob Trujillo (bass) and Kirk Hammett (guitar) of Metallica, David Ellefson (bass) and Chris Broderick (guitar) of Megadeth and Rob Caggiano (guitar) of Anthrax
The Big Four (Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax)
Am I Evil?
It feels good to see Dave Mustaine and Kirk Hammett hugs each other.
The last time Mustaine performed with Metallica was on April 9, 1983 at the legendary Brooklyn, New York club L’Amour. He was unceremoniously fired by the band just weeks before they entered the studio to record their debut album, “Kill ‘Em All”, and was replaced by former Exodus axeman Kirk Hammett. via Ultimate-Guitar.com
Four of the greatest Heavy Thrash Metal in one stage
Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield(Metallica) Dave Mustaine(Megadeth/ex-Metallica. They will be sharing stage at The Big Four (Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax) concert on June 22. Hope Dave will play with Metallica, maybe The Mechanics, sad thing is Cliff is not there, but I’m sure he is happy seeing he’s friends playing music
who wants to jam? Rock In Peace
Please reserve me a seat. thanks
Jimi Hendrix (Jimi Hendrix Experience), Dio (Heaven and Hell, Black Sabbath), Layne Staley (Alice In Chains), Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), Cliff Burton (Metallica), Randy Rhoads (Ozzy Osbourne), Dimebag Darrell (Pantera), John Lennon and George Harrison (The Beatles), Freddie Mercury (Queen), John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)
Legendary heavy metal vocalist Ronnie James Dio lost his battle with cancer on Sunday morning, according to his wife and manager Wendy Dio, who posted the following message of Ronnie’s official website:
“Today my heart is broken, Ronnie passed away at 7:45am 16th May. Many, many friends and family were able to say their private good-byes before he peacefully passed away. Ronnie knew how much he was loved by all. We so appreciate the love and support that you have all given us. Please give us a few days of privacy to deal with this terrible loss. Please know he loved you all and his music will live on forever.”
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Metallica’s first band line-up
James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Dave Mustaine, Ron McGovney
Metallica was formed in Los Angeles, California, in late 1981 when drummer Lars Ulrich placed an advertisement in a Los Angeles newspaper—The Recycler—which read “Drummer looking for other metal musicians to jam with Tygers of Pan Tang, Diamond Head and Iron Maiden.” Guitarists James Hetfield and Hugh Tanner of Leather Charm answered the advertisement. Although he had not formed a band, Ulrich asked Metal Blade Records founder Brian Slagel if he could record a song for the label’s upcoming compilation Metal Massacre. Slagel accepted, and Ulrich recruited Hetfield to sing and play rhythm guitar. The band was officially formed in October 1981, five months after Ulrich and Hetfield first met
Ulrich talked to his friend Ron Quintana, who was brainstorming names for a fanzine. Quintana had proposed the names Metal Mania and Metallica. Ulrich used Metallica for the name of his band. A second advertisement was placed in The Recycler for a position as lead guitarist. Dave Mustaine answered, and, after seeing his expensive guitar equipment, Ulrich and Hetfield recruited him. In early 1982, Metallica recorded its first original song “Hit the Lights” for the Metal Massacre I compilation. Hetfield played bass on the song and Lloyd Grant was credited with a guitar solo. Released on June 14, 1982, early pressings of Metal Massacre I listed the band incorrectly as “Mettallica”. Although angered by the error, Metallica managed to create enough “buzz” with the song and the band played its first live show on March 14, 1982, at Radio City in Anaheim, California with newly recruited bassist Ron McGovney