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October 23, 1964 was born Robert Trujillo, an ex-member of Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves, Black Label Society, Ozzy Osbourne and the current bassist of Metallica. On the birthday of Robert Trujillo, we suggest you get to know him better.
Born in Santa Monica, California. Joining Suicidal Tendencies (in 1989), Robert made funky notes in the sound of the band, which is especially heard on Lights … Camera … Revolution! and The Art of Rebellion. As a result, Rob infected the leader of Suicidal Tendencies, Mike Muir, with funk music and the two of them organized the Infectious Grooves project to play more funky music. Continue reading
On January 20, 1980, in the Welsh city of Bridgend, Matthew Tuck was born – the illustrious leader of perhaps the most popular metalcore band of the first decade of the 21st century, Bullet for my Valentine. At the beginning of the new millennium, these guys shook the heavy scene and firmly entered themselves in the history of modern music. Matt So became the idol of youth, for whom 2007 is something epoch-making.
The highest member of the group – his height is 180 cm.
I fell in love with heavy music after I saw Metallica Enter Sandman on MTV. Matt was 14 years old, and he got into the idea of playing heavy metal guitar. Continue reading
Grindcore (Grindcore) – the hardest musical (?!) Direction of all ever created by mankind. The first grind album was released by perverts from Napalm Death (England), mixing in their music the energy of the most brutal representatives of hardcore (Cryptic Slaughter, for example) with the severity and aggression of Death metal and maximizing this mixture. They got a bunch of ultra-heavy, ultra-evil and ultra-short (from a few seconds to 2-3 minutes!) Compositions. Such a miracle simply could not go unnoticed in the ranks of misanthropic citizens, and after the “napalms” from the British cellars a huge number of new teams emerged playing grind, including Carcass, who became famous as the most bloodthirsty group on planet Earth. Jazz musician John Zorn even managed to play Grindcore on the saxophone. Continue reading