I would argue "RFID" from Tau Cross is as good as Hüsker Dü's "Data Control" as far as anti-Big Brother technology songs go:
"Someone's always watching you
This is your helpful guide, it's only data passing through
The panic you feel inside, you're feeling the collar choking you"
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A marriage made in heaven: bass from Amebix, drums from Voivod, guitar from Misery and War//Plague. A beautiful blend of crust, thrash, metal, indeed. And lo, it is with us on earth as Tau Cross. Their new album "Pillar of Fire" is exactly that: bombastic.
If you like the sound of heavy electric guitars, have a look at Jared Dines' "Shred Wars"
released some aggressive new music last night, captured from my/our live show in tacoma on the 10th. eclectic mixtures of free jazz and extreme metal, starts with me solo and then my band Bog Sirens (2-piece)
I remember back when WRIF would interview Ted Nugent that he'd make the claim that his music ripped the skulls off of the audience.
That's cute, Ted.
I doubt his Deadliness could even pronounce the titles of these songs, let alone even have the mental fortitude to even listen to this album all the way through:
Gigan - Quasi-Hallucinogenic Sonic Landscapes
Open Metalcast Episode 158, where we don't let up: