So what are the odds that today being Veterans Day and Metal community using the term 11/11/11 as a way to celebrate Heavy Metal? However I was told June 6th is Metal day so why it's being celebrated with Veterans day (which should be the only holiday celebrated today) is beyond me. Well if you think about it both do go together as the Metal community has always supported the troops. So what better way to celebrate both by creating the ultimate Metal playlist. I noticed a few people have created playlists in the past week and I haven't created one yet, so here we go...
Internationally published, journalistic style concert/theatre/music industry photographer and music journalist. Currently shooting for Buzznet, Alternative Press, Townsquare Media(Diffuser.FM and Loudwire), New Noise Magazine, and Seattle Music Insider.
A Tribe Called Quest, Death From Above 1979, Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin, Mastodon, Motorhead, Muse, Pearl Jam, Radiohead, Rancid, Slayer, Social Distortion, Stone Temple Pilots, The Beatles, The Decemberists, The Flaming Lips, Wu-Tang Clan
A Clockwork Orange, Boogie Nights, Dazed and Confused, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, High Fidelity, Pulp Fiction, Rushmore, The Big Lebowski, The Social Network, Trainspotting
Favorite TV Shows:
Daria, Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Portlandia, The Boondocks, The State
A Clockwork Orange, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Stranger