What happens when a website says "not available for viewing in your country" ? maybe illegal downloading increases ?

Tuesday, November 12, 2019


Nov 11, 2019, 9:25 PM (7 hours ago)
to me
Finally, the cold and snow arrive!  Let's see if it manages to stick around for a bit.
i was blacked out and missed it, but can see it has stuck around

It seems everybody else hates winter and snow. Not me !
Snow and metal go hand in hand for whatever reason in Canada!
If you bitch about it, then fuckin leave. Gawdam pussies.

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Dave Mustaine

I can post a lot of thoughts and rants, but instead, enjoy something better.
 An old video.

Too bad the fans never got to see all of the footage, as Mustaine was pissed off afterwards about the movie.
A lot must have been left out / edited out.

Dave Mustaine in Some Kind of Monster
(XviD) .avi
583.4 MB
18:02 minutes
audio-128 kbps
width 624 x height 448

Here is the Mustaine segment from the Metallica documentary.
0:00 - 3:12 interview
3:44 - 7: 15 commentary track with Lars,James,Kirk
7:29 - 12:09 director's commentary track
12:29 - 18:02 Lars and Mustaine , Alternate Cut.


Metallica (US) - The New Music [TV Interview] (2004) [Unofficial Video]

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Artist: Metallica
Release: The New Music [TV interview] (2004, November)
Genre: Heavy Metal
Country: USA
Format: XviD avi
(width ) 624 x (height) 384
audio - 192 kbps (mono)
170 MB

TV VHS rip
4:37 minutes

from The New Music (Toronto, Canada) weekly TV show.
- about Some Kind of movie, and Mustaine, includes a clip of Mustaine talking about movie.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Rant of the day - weed

I was looking at some post at how employers discriminate how to hire if they have criminal records.

Once upon a time -
in the 1980s,
i was a teenage rocker/metaller that got into hc/metal/thrash and was pretty much straightedge most of the time.

If I was tested back then,
more than likely would have failed because a lot of basements were hot-boxed.
Even though I was not smoking, i was inhaling it.
In the 1990s, I finally got into smoking it everyday and could see the appeal.

the ONLY thing that ever came close to pot for relieving stress and bone/muscle aches was when I got morphine when I got cancer.

If someone is an idiot and claiming marijuana addiction, I say, they are probably full of shit, but I do not doubt if they have physical pain.

There is a legal pot store near me now, but 13 years too late.
I hate smoke. all smoke.
I will stick with vodka to get numb.

Saturday, June 22, 2019

Bright Green - ''Knowing I Won't Do Anything Better''

Bright Green - ''Knowing I Won't Do Anything Better'' [from That's Heaven Behind Me , released Sept 1, 2017]
pop punk, guitar pop rock, New Jersey
I heard this a week ago on a Vince Russo wrestling podcast,
I guess it is heavy groove rock/pop punk like The Smashing Pumpkins?
----oh boy!-------
slowly working on some compilations for myself.....for you....for nobody in particular.....
Might want some tunes to listen to, if I go to Toronto during the Summerslam weekend to see a SHIMMER event.
First time SHIMMER is ever in Canada?

I'd like to say a 50/50 chance I will attend, but considering the time of year, it means extremely hot humid weather and cramped TTC rides;
not to mention, do I really want to spend time and energy and a lot of money, when I can sit at home and be comfortable? Could spend that dough on alcohol and crank some tunes loud or watch movies.

Yes, it is about 5 or 10 years too late for me to really care, just like the Malhavoc '86 demo LP release and party/concert happening this weekend.
I doubt I will order the vinyl either.
After decades of me (and I guess quite a few others) hailing the only era of Malhavoc that counts, (when they were true metal), now it looks like them and others are wanting to cash in.
Smells insincere, for example like Tom Warrior these days, when for decades he distanced himself from Hellhammer.

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Ugly Kid Joe / Scatterbrain show SUCKED BALLS

In the early 1990s, I bought a ticket to their show at The Opera House in Toronto, as I was blown away and had a ton of fun in the pit at Scatterbrain's previous album tour... The Rivoli Club on Queen Street.

I wasted my time and money on this show.
The place was pretty empty, so maybe others knew in advance it would suck shit?

After the start of Ugly Kid Joe's set, I was bored and started reading a newspaper. They weren't heavy at all.
Not just the PA wasn't loud enough, but the songs seemed wimpy.
It was cool the singer ran around the floor and handed out the band's stickers during a guitar solo, but that didn't win me over. ...
and then around 2 years later they were this huge band on MTV and MuchMusic ?
Ugly Kid Joe sounded the same ... they still sucked and I couldn't figure out what others seen in them!

and then, ugh..Scatterbrain... I actually sat through the whole set....
ONLY LATER I was told this was their heroin tour....
dull / boring / nauseating

I was ripped off.
That might have been one of the last concerts I seen in the early 1990s besides Morbid Angel or Entombed.
Never cared again to see live shows, until the late 1990s being invited to a private gig featuring Griffin's new band which I think was ARYAN.