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MUSIC MADNESS: DEATH METAL ANGOLA THE FLIM

Music changes Life. Music gives us the support we need in time of strife.  No Music No Life.

DEATH METAL ANGOLA is a film that testify to the power of Music. And in this instant: METAL MUSIC.

Following nearly 40 years of unrelenting war – with every attendant horror – peace and reconstruction are slowly arriving to Angola. Damaged first by the war for independence from Portugal, Angola was then ripped apart by a devastating civil war that orphaned thousands of children.

DEATH METAL ANGOLA tracks Wilker and Sonia’s dream – to stage Angola’s first-ever national rock concert, bringing together members from different strands of the Angolan hardcore scene from different provinces – as it unfolds in fits and starts against the bombed out and mined backdrop of the formerly stately Huambo. Rubble and deconstructed spaces provide scenic reminders of why hardcore music has gained a foothold.

DEATH METAL ANGOLA follows their story, giving audiences a look at a rock show off the grid that is fulfilling, haunting, and real.

Foo Fighters + Zac Brown Cover Black Sabbath’s ‘War Pigs’ on the ‘Late Show With David Letterman’

 

Awesome cover of our favourite Black Sabbath song “WAR PIG” by Foo Fighters and Zac Brown!

Dave Grohl also spared a few minutes for an interview with Letterman, speaking about Foo Fighters’ new album, ‘Sonic Highways’ and Grohl’s daughter’s affinity for Amy Winehouse.  Check out both clips below.

Read More: Foo Fighters Cover Black Sabbath’s ‘War Pigs’ on Letterman | http://loudwire.com/foo-fighters-zac-brown-cover-black-sabbath-war-pigs-late-show-with-david-letterman/?trackback=tsmclip

Murderdolls My Dark Place Alone Video Release


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This is the new video from the recently reunited Murderdolls with Wednesday 13 (Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13) and Joey Jordison (Slipknot) coming together once more to deliver more horror style metal in the form of the upcoming Women And Children Last which will be released on 31 August 2010. The first single featured in the video is My Dark Place Alone marking the return of the graveyard robbers and squashing rumours of a break up after the release of their debut album Beyond The Valley Of The Murderdolls (also featuring Eric Griffin, Ben Graves and Tripp Eisen, the latter being replaced by Acey Slade soon after his arrest) To find out more about Wednesday and Joey, visit their website at http://murderdollsband.com