Lyrical Analysis: Metallica -The Day That Never Comes

Posted by on Mar Fri, 2020 in Grind, Hard Rock, Hardcore, Heavy/Traditional Metal, Lifestyle, Lyrical Analysis, Melodic Death Metal, Metalcore, Pop, Thrash | 0 comments

Lyrical Analysis: Metallica -The Day That Never Comes

Death Magnetic is the 9th studio album from American thrash band Metallica. Intro: February 22, 2020. Today is a bittersweet day. I feel like I should be celebrating, but I just want to be alone instead. I have been coping in my own strange way. Leaning in to the morbidity, burning black candles of La Santa Muerte, and listening to sad music. Metallica is definitely hitting the spot on this dreary day. I love their … read...

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Album Review: Green Day – Father Of All Motherfuckers

Posted by on Feb Mon, 2020 in Album Review, Electronica, Hard Rock, Lifestyle, New Releases, Pop, Punk, Shock Rock, Straight Edge, Surf Rock | 0 comments

Album Review: Green Day – Father Of All Motherfuckers

This album was released on 02/07/2020. Green Day is my favorite pop punk band, but this album may be more pop than punk. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. The Beatles themselves, who posed with butchered baby dolls and claimed to be bigger than Jesus (punk as fuck), also aspired to become the “Toppermost of the poppermost.” The line between rock and pop has always been blurred. And, like The Beatles, Green Day … read...

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Lyrical Analysis: Green Day – Macy’s Day Parade

Posted by on Nov Thu, 2019 in Hard Rock, Lifestyle, Pop, Punk, Straight Edge, Surf Rock | 0 comments

Lyrical Analysis: Green Day – Macy’s Day Parade

Intro: Macy’s Day Parade is a single from the album Warning, released by Green Day in the year 2000. I consider myself to be a free spirit. I do what I think is right, even if it feels like the whole world is against me. I march to the beat of my own drum. I am neither a leader nor a follower, but a lone wolf. Living in my solitary, self indulgent fantasy land, sometimes … read...

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