Exploring the five ambitious studio albums made by Iron Maiden since the return of singer Bruce Dickinson and guitarist Adrian Smith in 1999.
Welcome to a way out, Walkman-melting, battery-sucking hit parade of teen comedy soundtrack cuts assembled by Mike “McBeardo” McPadden, author of TEEN MOVIE HELL:...
A tsunami of good times out of its tanning oil bottle with an arm musclebound from flexing at the beach
Classic 1980s new wave hits by Devo, Depeche Mode, Wall of Voodoo, and Gary Numan, as devoured and metallized by Demolition Hammer, Metallica, Deadhorse, Vader, Firewind, Fear Factory, Converge, Celtic Frost, Fu Manchu, and others.
Just like the Tom Cruise and Shelley Long (and Jackie Earle Haley!) movie to which the song is attached, "Losin' It" rings with sexual desperation that only a night in Tijuana can cure.
Join us in praise of Haunt, Gaerea, Møl, Ripped to Shreds, Morbid Illusion, Witch Ripper, Vein, Primal Rite, Hinayana, Septic Tank, Born to Murder This World, and others.
Tempted by nu metal, tapping into new technology, ignored by the mainstream, familiar titans seemed to reach the end of their ropes.
Welcome to a Walkman-melting, battery-sapping countdown of teen comedy soundtrack cuts assembled by Mike “McBeardo” McPadden, author of TEEN MOVIE HELL: A Crucible of...
While no sex or nudity occurs during this musical segment, if the MPAA had decided to give Spring Break an X rating based solely on Corinne Alphen's performance here, no one would have been surprised.
Clean vocals, galloping rhythms, and twin guitar ecstasy as delivered with conviction by Sorcerer, High Spirits, Night Demon, Visigoth, Eternal Champion, Argus, Metalian, A Sound of Thunder, Witchtower, and more!
A prime example of the grimy, dawn-of-the-decade moment when the Ramones somehow constituted “surf rock” along the coastlines of Long Island and the boardwalks of New Jersey
We'll go song by song, reveling in album tracks, Mayhem rarities, and tributes by colleagues and proteges including Emperor, Gehenna, Dark Funeral, Gorgoroth, Immortal, and Anaal Nathrakh.
The song swells and pulsates and melts in the manner of what Tom Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay do onboard the Pink Line.