Bill Steer, the guitarist of sell-out grindcore legends turned butt rock turkey Carcass, did an interview with hipster social justice warrior rock website Vice Noisey last week where he ranked Carcass’s albums in order of his favorites. Bill Steer admitted that Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious was pretentious death ‘n’ roll instrumental wank and that continuing in that style would not have provided any future for the band so they started writing heavy metal for arena rock fans on Heartwork as only about three hundred people at every big show Carcass played actually liked death metal at all. Bill Steer finally dropped all pretense of Carcass’s later material being traditional heavy metal and admitted it is actually written as arena rock in order to please the most people.
Tags: arena rock, beavis and butthead, Bill Steer, butt rock, carcass, death 'n' roll, Grindcore, Heartwork, pop metal, reek of putrefaction, sell-out, Speed Metal, stadium metal, stadium rock, Surgical Steel, vice magazine, wanking
Dream Theater are commonly mistaken to be a “progressive” metal band. Their fans love to brag about how “progressive” the band is as it makes them feel smarter than the typical rock and mainstream Maiden and Metallica metal fans. This is the same sort of intellectual smugness that pretentious urban leftists and the communist-infiltrated ivory tower have about the working class, those who do not shout whatever their currently favored political slogans in the street are like Mao’s Red Guards, or whoever openly dislikes the latest pretentious socialist realist film awarded a trophy by the liberal media shills to promote their Marxist agenda.
Tags: AOR, arena rock, dream theater, hard rock, pop music, progressive rock, pseudo-progressive, satyricon, wanking
George Psalmanazar submitted a few reviews of albums he vehemently despises to Death Metal Underground. Enjoy!
Tags: amon amarth, Angel Witch, arena rock, bedshitting, dissection, glam metal, glam rock, hard rock, Heavy Metal, judas priest, manilla road, NWOBHM, pop music, sadistic metal reviews, sell-out, stadium metal, stadium rock