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Some Metal and Rock ‘N Roll Thoughts – Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

Posted in classic rock, Death Metal, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Metal, metal bands, metal music, movies, Music, news, rock music, rock music news, world news with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 25, 2014 by Metal Odyssey

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Jiminy Metal Cricket! I haven’t written a Some Metal and Rock ‘N Roll Thoughts post, since March of 2013! As Frank Sinatra and David Lee Roth have sung… That’s LifeBy the way, That’s Life was written by Dean Kay and Kelly Gordon; while originally recorded by American born Jazz singer: Marion Montgomery. There’s some non-Metal trivia for y’all. Whoa.

The Zero Tolerance magazine cover (above) has DEICIDE’s (legendary) Glen Benton staring at not just me… he’s also staring at you! One look into those eyes of Glen Benton and all I see is… METAL. Okay, someone may see, (maybe) a tad of evil. Evil is Metal. Cool. However, the glaring eyes of Glen Benton can be open for interpretation and still one Metal fact remains: those eyes of Glen Benton have undoubtedly seen it all.

I bought this December/January issue of Zero Tolerance at my nearest Barnes & Noble store, yesterday. Yes, I’m psyched. I cannot give this magazine enough Metal praise. It’s released every two months and costs $9.99 (U.S.). This mag is a UK publication and also comes with a CD of 18 songs; real songs that y’all won’t hear on American Idol.

Ghostbusters- Bill Murray - Dan Aykroyd - Harold Ramis - prom pic -

L to R: Ghostbusters – Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis.

Yesterday, the sad news spread across the world that the legendary Harold Ramis, a comedy filmmaker, director, writer and actor passed away. Man, have I been a lifelong fan of Harold Ramis! I have thoroughly enjoyed, time and again, every movie that Harold Ramis touched! Beginning back to my middle school/high school years, the comedy films that Harold Ramis was responsible for included Animal House (1978), Caddyshack (1980), Stripes (1981), the Ghostbusters franchise, National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983), Groundhog Day from 1993 and many more. An American comedy film icon, Harold Ramis shall forever be. His ability to make me laugh will forever remain and that’s a Metal fact. May Harold Ramis rest in peace.

KISS - Frisbee Pic!

Above: That’s the KISS frisbee I own. Pretty cool, huh? I bought it at Dorney Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Yup.

Apparently, KISS will not play in any band lineup for The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony. It would have been extremely cool if every available member of KISS (past and present) could perform together onstage, for one kick-ass jam medley of KISS classics. A video backdrop showing the late Eric Carr and Mark St. John during this “fantasy” performance would have been an ultimate fan experience and profound moment in Rock history. Alas, what the hell do I know? Right?

Regardless, anyone who follows KISS on a daily basis, via their Facebook and website, will surely agree that Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have NOT forgotten about their past. Their roots are what made them the icons they are today and both Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have openly acknowledged (via their recent press release) they want to celebrate the history of KISS. Read it by clicking the link below:

KISS – Will Not Play In Any Lineup For Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

The above link is for a press release featured on Metal Odyssey, on February 23, 2014.

Disc Exchange - large store logo - #3390 - 2013

I’d like to now give a HUGE Metal plug to my local indie CD/vinyl record shop: Disc Exchange. This (Dayton, Ohio) whiz-bang store covers it all, from music, movies and games to pop-culture collectibles too! True professionals (Mark and Kevin) you’ll find at Disc Exchange. Album collector’s will find LOTS of great vinyl, both new and used! Just take a look at their store logo above for more info! If you stop by Disc Exchange, tell ’em Stone sent you. Metal be thy name!


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DEICIDE “In The Minds Of Evil” Releasing This Fall; Track Listing Revealed

Posted in Death Metal, death metal bands, Metal, metal bands, metal music, Music, rock music, rock music news with tags , , , , , on August 25, 2013 by Metal Odyssey

Deicide - promo band pic - #1 - 2013

DEICIDE’s upcoming album IN THE MINDS OF EVIL is set to be released this Fall via Century Media Records! Metal be thy name!

Track Listing Includes:

1. In The Minds Of Evil

2. Thou Begone

3. Godkill

4. Beyond Salvation

5. Misery Of One

6. Between The Flesh And The Void

7. Even The Gods Can Bleed

8. Trample The Cross

9. Banished By Evil

10. Kill The Light Of Christ

11. End The Wrath Of God

Catch DEICIDE on their NO SALVATION TOUR 2013 set this October with Broken HopeDisgorge (USA) & Necromonicom!


(Source: Century Media)

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ABIGAIL WILLIAMS – March Of Death Tour 2012 With DEICIDE Is Underway

Posted in Black Metal, Death Metal, Extreme Metal, Heavy Metal, heavy metal albums, heavy metal news, metal music, Music, rock music, rock music news with tags , , , , , , , , on March 4, 2012 by Metal Odyssey

American Black Metal outfit ABIGAIL WILLIAMS‘ latest tour is now currently underway. Billed as support for almighty Death Metal legion Deicide on the March Of Death 2012 Tour, ABIGAIL WILLIAMS are performing all new material from their recently released third LP Becoming, released worldwide via Candlelight Records in January. With Jungle Rot and Lecherous Nocturne also providing support for the entire trek, this shall prove to be one of the year’s heaviest tours so far as it storms across the continent through the end of the month.


March Of Death 2012 – Deicide w/ Abigail Williams, Jungle Rot, Lecherous Nocturne

3/04/2012 Foufoune’s – Montreal, QC

3/05/2012 Imperial de Quebec – Quebec City, QC

3/06/2012 Opera House – Toronto, ON

3/07/2012 Montage Music Hall – Rochester, NY

3/08/2012 Peabody’s – Cleveland, OH

3/09/2012 Blondie’s – Detroit, MI

3/10/2012 Reggie’s Rock Club – Chicago, IL

3/12/2012 Osbourne Village Inn – Winnipeg, MB

3/13/2012 The Exchange – Regina, SK

3/14/2012 Starlite Room – Edmonton, AB

3/15/2012 Dickens – Calgary, AB

3/16/2012 Rutland Centennial Hall – Kelowna, BC

3/17/2012 Rickshaw Theatre – Vancouver, BC

3/18/2012 El Corazon – Seattle, WA

3/19/2012 Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR

3/20/2012 Grand Ballroom – San Francisco, CA

3/21/2012 House of Blues – West Hollywood, CA

3/22/2012 The Clubhouse – Tempe, AZ

3/23/2012 The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT

3/24/2012 Bluebird Theatre – Denver, CO

3/25/2012 Trees – Dallas, TX

3/27/2012 Emo’s East – Austin, TX

3/28/2012 The Hangar – New Orleans, LA

3/29/2012 Club at Firestone – Orlando, FL

For the past several months amazing reviews of ABIGAIL WILLIAMSBecoming have been pouring in, the new direction the band has taken on this album obviously many longtime fans’ favorite recording to date.

Clocking in at nearly an hour in length, Becoming ushers in a provocative new chapter for the ever-evolving ABIGAIL WILLIAMS. Containing six vast tracks, truly the band’s most expressive and complicated to date, Becoming was recorded in various warehouses throughout Los Angeles, with the lineup for the album including returning guitarist Ian Jekelis, studio drummer Zach Gibson (ex-The Black Dahlia Murder) and as always, vocalist/guitarist Ken Sorceron, who handled all mixing, mastering, production and engineering duties.


(Source: Earsplit PR)

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