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Jørn Lande And Riot Games’ Viranda Tantula On The New Pentakill Album ‘Grasp Of The Undying,’ And More

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August 14, 2017 Jorn Lande And Riot Games On The New Pentakill Album ‘II: Grasp Of The Undying,’ And More Darren Paltrowitz While Pentakill is a chart-topping virtual band, the metal act has very little in common with Dethklok or Gorillaz. Initially famous within the League Of Legends international gaming community — with over 100 million players and counting — Pentakill is a creation of American video game developer Riot Games. Pentakill was spawned from fan/player engagement, theories, and organic buzz, and features world-class musicians like Dragonforce’s ZP Theart, Dream Theater’s Derek Sherinian, Nine Inch Nails’s Danny Lohner, and vocalist Jorn Lande; Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee and The Crystal Method’s Scott Kirkland have also contributed to the group’s recordings. Smite & Ignite was the first release from Pentakill, a 2014 release which debuted in the Billboard Top 40 and reached the No. 1 spot on iTunes’ Rock and Metal charts. Now, three years later, comes the first full-length album from Pentakill, Pentakill II: Grasp Of The Undying , which hit stores on August 4. The core virtual lineup of vocalist Karthus The Deathsinger, bassist Yorick, keyboardist Sona, guitarist Mordekaiser The Master Of Metal, and drummer Olaf remains intact, while a female vocalist, Kayle, has also joined the Pentakill fold. The album was produced in both Los Angeles and London. To learn more about II: Grasp Of The Undying , this writer spoke to the Viranda Tantula of Riot Games and the aforementioned not-virtual vocalist Jorn Lande. More on all things Pentakill can be found online at pentakill.leagueoflegends.com , while Mr. Lande keeps an official website at www.jornlande.com. Pentakill Kayle is my favorite Vi skin pic.twitter.com/BrltECS5mO — Just a Stove (@JustaStove) August 14, 2017 Prior to Pentakill, had you worked with anyone else on the Pentakill team before? Jorn Lande: No, I hadn’t. I was once approached about using Jorn songs in a game, but that’s about 10 years ago, and before the online gaming industry entered the global scene like today. I think it was in connection with the Wii game Guitar Hero , or a similar one, but I don’t remember exactly. I do remember that I thought it was a good opportunity to reach out to a new and younger generation, and that I was disappointed that my record company that released the songs couldn’t accept the terms, so there was no use of my songs in the game. It was new and exciting when Riot contacted me for the first release, when the Pentakill project was born, and I was of course positive from the start. I’m proud to have been a part of this pioneering development from the very beginning. I’ve been on the music scene for a while now, and when younger people in the business, such as my colleagues in Pentakill, and Riot Games asked me to join in, I felt lucky and humble. What is happening now feels like an adventure, and is not to be taken for granted. It also proves that hard work and the right people working together can create a winning team to make things move in this world. Where did you record your tracks for the latest Pentakill release? Jorn Lande: I recorded the songs at Ocean Studios, a local studio not far from where I live. Luckily Lasse Jensen, the owner of the studio, is a good friend of mine, which made things easier and more flexible. Producer Christian Linke, Viranda Tantula of Riot Games, and myself discussed the possibilities of doing it in L.A., but I also had to work on my own album which was in the final stages, and by not staying in the U.S. for a longer period, I could work more in sections and manage to finish both releases. So it was for practical reasons, but I’m used to recording albums in a more on-going pace, so I would love to record in California if we do it again. Finally received my Pentakill VIP Set. So great! *0* pic.twitter.com/OEfY7AqviW — Leroy Kevin (@Sirhaian) August 14, 2017 Dethklok and Gorillaz are two other “virtual” bands who have been successful on a global scale. Are either of those bands that you enjoy? Jorn Lande: Not so familiar with Dethklok, but Gorillaz have some great songs, I guess none of us could avoid to take notice of that concept when it was first launched. Some impressive videowork and animation, but I must admit that as much as it’s important to try new things and develop, I’m musically still a child of the ’70s; a time when the most important thing for an artist was individuality and to express something from within. For the “Mortal Reminder” music video, we worked with some of the best and most experienced people in the business, and I remember we talked about how challenging it was, to aim for something beyond what Gorillaz had done before. Do you have a favorite song on Pentakill II: Grasp Of The Undying ? Jorn Lande: Hard to say, they’re all good. But “Mortal Reminder” sticks out as a more direct and understandable song that may also appeal to rock and metal fans outside the gaming scene. It’s more to the point somehow, a catchy “mind grabber!” That’s also why it was the best choice for the video. The song “Cull,” for example, is a more epic and artistic track with a more dynamic and classic build-up, and I guess all tracks have their great values. What’s really special is that all the songs off of II: Grasp Of The Undying are strong, which is truly rare. Are there touring plans for Pentakill? Or one-off live appearances? Viranda Tantula: We would love to explore this in the future at some point, but for now we’re all taking a bit of a quick breather after producing the album, video, and the rest of the campaign. I think the most important thing, if and when we ever decided to go down this path, would be to make sure we were presenting it in the right manner, you know? Like there’s a lot of ways you could potentially present a virtual band like this, be it via on screen graphics, holograms, augmented reality, etc. Each of these mediums comes with a variety of pros and cons for the audience. For now we’re exploring music performances through experiences like our live esports events — we did an instrumental Pentakill performance at our 2016 eve of the World Championship event in L.A. last year, and at our 2016 All Star event in Barcelona we did a performance with Jorn on vocals that debuted a bit of “Mortal Reminder.” Have you always been a listener of heavy metal? Viranda Tantula: I think pretty much everyone on our core Pentakill team listens to metal and always have. Personally, I started with bands like Megadeth, Metallica, and Tool when I was like 12. My guitar teacher in seventh grade used to bribe me to learn my chords and scales, by agreeing to teach me songs off of Kill Em All . (laughs) And then I went through a weird phase where I listened to a lot of wild bands like Bolt Thrower, followed by a big industrial phase. For the group as a whole, our inspirations are super varied, and range everywhere from Black Sabbath, to Dio, to Iron Maiden, to Lamb Of God, to Nine Inch Nails, to Meshuggah, to Pantera. Featuring the talents of: Jorn Lande, Noora Louhimo (BATTLE BEAST), Danny Lohner (NINE INCH NAILS), Tommy Lee… https://t.co/azPayvKXVN — Maximum Volume Music (@MaxVolumeNews) August 12, 2017 Pentakill aside, what else is coming up for Riot Games? Viranda Tantula: We’re always looking at exploring new genres, and most of us are fans of a bunch of them, be it orchestral scores, electronic, or even some pop. We’re lucky to have a bunch of different verticals to create music for here at Riot, be it for characters, game-related things, or our live esports events. Pentakill aside, what else is coming up for Riot Games and you, Jorn? Jorn Lande: I just had my new Jorn album, Life On Death Road, released, which also made the Billboard charts this summer, so I feel a bit spoiled, and really grateful to have that happen with two totally different releases at the same time. Soon, I will start recording a follow up to last year’s Jorn album, Heavy Rock Radio , which also entered the Billboard charts. Together with my record company, I will also start preparing the release of an extensive Jorn box set to be out next year, to mark my 50th birthday. When not busy with Pentakill, how do you like to spend your free time? Jorn Lande: I’m a simple down-to-earth guy who likes to do work at the house or in the garden. We have a second home in Sweden, a historic manor-like villa from the 1840s that always requires work and maintenance, so I will never be unemployed. It’s good medicine for the soul to step out of the music business once in a while, and do something totally different. It also gives me time to reflect before taking on new musical adventures. I find it revitalizing to chop firewood for the winter, it makes me feel alive. Past or present, do you have a favorite video game? Jorn Lande: I was really into Ms. Pac Man back in the ’80s, and was actually really good at it reaching many levels of the game. I also played the classic Space Invaders and Donkey Kong a lot, but that’s where my experience with “gaming” ends, and those games are nostalgia today. Later in the ’90s and around the millennium I loved to play Super Mario Kart with my kids, still think that game is really cool, so I guess that one must be my favorite! Finally, any last words for the kids? Viranda Tantula: We just really appreciate you guys giving us the time of day and listening to our music. Ultimately, this was born as an after-hours passion project for us, and our goal with II: Grasp Of The Undying — the new Pentakill album — was to not only make an album that League Of Legends players could enjoy, but that metal fans would also find to be super-authentic. Hopefully we’ve managed to get at least part of the way there with this, but ultimately that’s for listeners to judge. Jorn Lande: Just that I never expected Pentakill to be so relevant to my artist career, and for the outcome to get to such proportions. I wish to take the opportunity to thank all the hard-working and positive people within the Riot Games Team, you guys really rock. And to all the fans, whether it’s under my own banner or as my alter ego, Karthus: can’t wait to see you all down the road, and to bring the rock. [Featured Image by Riot Games]

Shadowmaker (Bonus Tracks Version) - Apocalyptica

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℗ 2015 Harmageddon Records / OMN Label Services Also Available in iTunes About Apocalyptica The Helsinki, Finland quartet Apocalyptica were initially comprised of classically trained cellists Eicca Toppinen, Max Lilja, Antero Manninen, and Paavo Lotjonen; formed in 1993, the group made waves internationally in 1996 with Plays Metallica by Four Cellos, which combined their formal background with their love of heavy metal. The album found favor with both classical buffs and metalheads alike, and two years later, Apocalyptica resurfaced with Inquisition Symphony, which featured covers of material by Faith No More and Pantera. Manninen soon left the band and was replaced by Perttu Kivilaanso. They added double bass and percussion to the mix for 2001's Cult, a collection of all-original material, and again on 2003's Reflections, which featured guest drummer Dave Lombardo from Slayer. Max Lilja had left the band and Mikko Sirén joined as the band's permanent drummer. After Reflections was reissued as Reflections Revised, featuring a bonus track with new wave diva Nina Hagen, 2005 saw the release of the eponymous Apocalyptica, followed in 2006 by the collection Amplified: A Decade of Reinventing the Cello. The band returned to the studio the following year for Worlds Collide. Rammstein vocalist Till Lindemann appeared on the album performing a German-language version of David Bowie's "Helden." Apocalyptica issued their obligatory Live album in 2008, and followed it with the adventurous 7th Symphony in 2010, with guest appearances by ex-Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale, Brent Smith from Shinedown, Slayer's Dave Lombardo, Lacey Mosley of Flyleaf, and Joe Duplantier of Gojira. 2013 saw the group issue the ambitious Wagner Reloaded: Live in Leipzig, and in 2015 they released their eighth studio album, Shadowmaker, which eschewed the usual rotating cast of vocalists in favor of relying solely on the talents of Scars on Broadway singer/guitarist Franky Perez. ~ Jason Ankeny ORIGIN

ALICE IN CHAINS + Friends Announce Eighth Annual Fantasy Football League And Charity Auction

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August 14, 2017 0 Comments For the past eight years, ALICE IN CHAINS vocalist/guitarist Jerry Cantrell and bassist Mike Inez have hosted the Alice In Chains & Friends Fantasy Football League & Auction , donating a spectacular collection of signed musical instruments, memorabilia and experiences for an online auction to benefit organizations like Music For Relief and MusiCares . In recent years, they've donated proceeds from the auction to provide protective gear and training for workers assisting with the Ebola Prevention Initiative and contributed funds to MusiCares 's health and human services programs.Each year's charity initiatives are determined by the League's reigning champion. This year's champion is Jerry Cantrell and he's announced that proceeds from this year's auction will be split between a donation to MusiCares in Chris Cornell 's name and a donation to Music For Relief in Chester Bennington 's name. The auction will run from August 14 through August 24. League participants include Cantrell , Inez , GUNS N' ROSES ' Duff McKagan , TV sports host Rich Eisen , actor Michael Rapaport , PANTERA 's Vinnie Paul Abbott , ANTHRAX 's Scott Ian , NFL.com 's fantasy football columnist Michael Fabiano , former NFL running back Maurice Jones-Drew and GASLIGHT ANTHEM 's Benny Horowitz . The 2017 season draft will broadcast live on September 5 on SiriusXM 's "Fantasy Sports Radio" , hosted by John Hansen and Bob Harris . Among the items up for auction is a guitar lesson with Jerry Cantrell , a bass guitar signed by the members of GUNS N' ROSES , a guitar signed by DEFTONES , a pinstripe Viking guitar signed by Zakk Wylde , a football signed by members of the NFL Hall Of Fame , a football signed by 2017 Hall of Fame inductee Kurt Warner and more. For more information, please visit www.ebay.com/aliceinchains . Photo credit: Johnny Buzzerio

Slayer Kerry King Interview, Phoenix Concert August 20, 2017 |

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Slayer's bringing the relentless metal. Andrew Stuart “The rudeness that people show in everyday life — it wears on me,” Slayer guitarist Kerry King says. “It gives me endless ammunition for song titles and topics. It’s not difficult to be courteous.” For more than three decades, American thrash metal band Slayer have set the bar that dozens of heavy metal acts have tried to measure up to. With two Grammy wins and several gold albums, in addition to being members of the legendary Big Four alongside Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax, the band has always exhibited razor-sharp focus and consistency when it comes to their extreme craft, unwilling to cater to the mainstream. Apparently, bands that aspire to be like Slayer should note that the same dedication applies to how they treat fans, fellow musicians, and people in general. Even though, as King adds, “this is from a guy who writes songs about Satan.” But Slayer have to be considerate of their actions. They rarely express any regrets. The band's 12th studio album, Repentless , came out in fall 2015. Since it was the first without founding member/guitarist Jeff Hanneman (who died in 2013), it was a big deal for the band and fans. It ended up being the highest chart debut of Slayer’s career, spawning three high-concept music videos that racked up 22 million YouTube views, as well as a three-issue comic book series. With a half-finished 2018 album, fans can rest assured there will be consistent Slayer. The band tend to pull material from the depths of their career, like the 20-year-old intro to “When Stillness Comes” and also “Vice.” While those treats are nice surprises for fans, the members are seldom surprised. Makes sense, knowing just how much Slayer’s music has influenced the industry and culture over the years. Case in point: Body Count’s latest album, Bloodlust , had a medley of “Raining Blood" and "Postmortem” to pay tribute to the precision and speed of Slayer, one of Ice T’s favorite influences. When asked what he thought of the thrilling track and video, King simply says, “We have to approve stuff like that. So I think I heard it once, to make sure nothing sounded out of line. Basically proofreading!” Regarding the audience reaction to Slayer’s Tonight Show performance in late July, King recalls “shock and horror!” Related Stories Does Metallica Have the Best Fanbase in Music? 10 Best Hard Rock Venues in Phoenix Chester Bennington Brought Introspection to Rap Rock's Angry Boys Club “Aside from the four or five people we get to put in seats, it’s usually like a dress rehearsal," he says of performing on late-night talk shows. "We’ll be putting on a show, but I think 75 percent of that crowd won’t have any idea what we’re doing. It’s an odd request!” As one of the chief architects of Slayer’s sound, guitarist King talked with New Times about his influences, playing with legends who have passed on, and who he is as a person. New Times: August 20 in Phoenix is your last date for this tour. Have there been any moments from this current tour that are really stand out for you? Kerry King: I didn’t realize Phoenix was our last show! We’re only seven shows in, the turnout has been great, better than I expected. You always hope that people come to see you, but I mean, we sold our Philly, got a gigantic response in St. Augustine, Florida. You’ve noted that a new album is halfway done with around seven songs that didn’t make it onto Repentless . Once you guys return home, will you take a break for a while, or do you think you’ll dive into more writing? Last time, we had six months off … I kept threatening to work on stuff, but I ended up just sitting around and fucked off for six months. I hadn’t had a vacation in a long time — and by vacation I mean, doing nothing at home [laughs]. But this time around, at the end of this year, I plan on addressing that again, like when I’m backstage warming up, and coming up with some new stuff. Then I can revisit that when I am working on music and have time. Are you guys ever that prepared to go into work on a new album? It’s crazy it’s already half done! I hate to call it leftovers because it’s not; they are just songs I didn’t finish. And I don’t see the point of doing double albums anymore. So those extra six or seven songs, we just need to put a few more together. Upcoming Events SZA Tickets Thu., Sep. 21, 8:00pm Kenny Cetera's Chicago Experience Tickets Fri., Sep. 22, 7:30pm Jared and the Mill Tickets Sat., Sep. 23, 8:00pm Twiztid Tickets Sun., Sep. 24, 6:30pm Fleet Foxes Tickets Sun., Sep. 24, 7:30pm I recently read your Rolling Stone list of your top 10 favorite metal albums. That must have been hard to compile! I was! God man, if I did it today, maybe I would’ve picked a different AC/DC album, because it’s difficult to pick one. Ten … I could pick 10 of my own favorite Slayer songs! In it, you said Judas Priest’s Stained Class defined Judas Priest’s sound for the rest of their career, much like Reign in Blood did for Slayer. Do you ever get the itch to dive into a totally different style from Slayer, like in a side project, just to mix it up? Not at all. You know, luckily when I was 17 or 18, I found dudes that liked the same thing I did and created something that didn’t exist. People weren’t wholeheartedly into it in the beginning, but it grew fast. It became the type of music that doesn’t alienate people from each other; family members, for instance. Um, a dad, his offspring, son, girl, daughter, whatever. For older siblings, you can all dig it together. It’s not alienating to where your family members like it, and — well, for example, my parents like country, of course. It’s not that I hated it, it just wasn’t my thing and I knew I wasn’t going to be a country guitar player. Your parents are big country fans? Well, you know, they’re from Missouri, so they didn’t have much choice [laughs]. I’m from Kansas, so I get the feeling. So, how did Rob Halford, then, evolve into your favorite singer? When did you first hear Judas Priest or see them perform? First time I saw him, would’ve been … Point of Entry tour, um ... I follow it chronologically by album. Not the dates of the album … but I think that was ’80, maybe ’81? When British Steel came around, I was a little too young to go to it by myself. And that’s why I found them on the radio. Without, you know we didn’t have the internet obviously, so the stuff I would’ve heard on the radio would’ve been “Breaking the Law” or “Living After Midnight,” which are basically rock and roll songs. But you get British Steel , and you find rapid fire and all the double stuff, then you do your backwards homework which you had to do for a lot of bands, and you find “Hellbent for Leather” (1978), Sad Wings of Destiny (1976), and all the original classic stuff, and you realize that there’s way more to this band than “Living After Midnight.” Rob is what I call a vocal ninja. The stuff he does in the '70s, '80s, even '90s, and even today, he can’t hit the notes from his heyday, but he goes out and puts on a hell of a show. But the thing he does, the shrill crazy Rob Halford scream is I think what got me. It wasn’t about wearing leather and chains, but, of course, Priest are idols of me, and I think you spend the early part of your career emulating your idols, and we were definitely guilty of that. Rob’s one of those Arizona, home-away-from home musicians. I think last time you mentioned last time we talked that you used to live here! When was that? I lived there about 10 years! Do you still have your snake farm? AZ would be a perfect spot for that. Well, it’s not really a farm, more like a warehouse. It was in my one-car garage and then two-car garage, and now a warehouse. And I have someone who takes care of it for me. I haven’t had time to go in quite a while. I got a cool new snake in the last year from a friend in Colorado. Speaking of Arizona musicians, Chester Bennington's passing has hit everyone really hard. As someone who's been in the spotlight for decades, you’ve performed with so many musicians who have passed on. Can you name a favorite memory from working with a few? Well, Jeff Hanneman, and then there was Pantera, of course. Well, Dime, you know. I have tons of history with Dime. I’d fly into Dallas before Cowboys From Hell even came out. So I used to go there to keep in touch and play songs with them before performing. That story comes full circle: He had a love of Judas Priest and Rob. We’d play four songs of mine, four of Pantera, four of Priest, and it was a concert we’d put on. It was killer. What about the Beastie Boys? You know, I didn’t have much interaction with them. The idea was a concept from the producer, and it was the first time we’d worked with him. I wore my Slayer shirt in the music video to hopefully get more people talking about Slayer! Fans know you as an award-winning musician, but how would you describe yourself as a person? Real. To the point. Don’t dabble in much bullshit. What I love? Being at home is wonderful, but I’m happy on stage, too. I love doing this. I can’t embellish on it enough! Slayer is scheduled to perform at Comerica Theatre on Sunday, August 20. Lamb of God and Behemoth are also on the bill. See Live Nation for tickets and details. One-Man Band The Emotron on Voodoo Trances and Wearing His Father's Clothes PREVIOUS In Defense of Fanny Packs NEXT Lauren has worked as a rock/heavy metal journalist for 15 years. She contributes to Noisey and LA Weekly, edits books, and drinks whiskey. Contact: Lauren Wise Music Phoenix New Times Music

METAL INJECTION LIVECAST #423 - Be on the Band with Rex Brown

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On this edition, we talked to former Pantera bassist Rex Brown, who discussed his new solo album, Smoke On This. We talked about the creation of the album, riffing, tones and the sweet leaf. Elsewhere, we discussed Danzig's old house that's for sale , former Misfits vocalist Michael Graves' political leanings and plenty of talk about flavored condoms and edible underwear. We got a call from Florida superfan Aaron who shared some horror stories about working customer service at a Florida amusement park and we ended the show talking about New York food hot spots. As always, we'd love to hear your feedback on the episode, whether by leaving a comment below, on our Facebook , Twitter , emailing hatemail@metalinjection.net or leaving a voicemail by either Skyping "metalinjectionlivecast" or using the Speakpipe widget below. Please help support the show and pick up a brand new t-shirt. Click below for all the choices: Listen to the Metal Injection Livecast on Stitcher , Google Play or on iTunes (please leave a rating/review as well). Also, make sure to follow us on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube . Join us live on our new day, next Tuesday, starting at 7pm Eastern (4PM Pacific Time) and going until 9PM eastern time for an all new edition of the Livecast. Leave a voicemail You can leave a voicemail by Skyping "metalinjectionlivecast" -or-

Philip Anselmo Poops His Pants Onstage – Epic Rock Tales

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Subscribe to KFMX FM on We’re thrilled to announce the return of the animated Loudwire original series Epic Rock Tales ! We’re kicking things off properly with Pantera legend Philip Anselmo narrating the time he pooped his white spandex pants while performing onstage. This tale takes place in 1986, long before Anselmo found his role as Pantera’s powerhouse vocalist. Phil was still in his glam phase, which meant big hair, silk, leather and spandex. On this fateful night, Anselmo was feeling ill and was taking mountains of Vitamin C to ease his condition. Unfortunately, Phil didn’t know taking the vitamin in excess can lead to explosive rivers of intestinal sludge. “The first big, belting high note I went to hit, I s—t bright orange stool,” Anselmo recalls. “And I knew it happened, so I waited for the guitar solo and walked backwards off the stage.” Thankfully, you won’t have to use your imagination to get a picture of the craptastrophe. We recreated the moment in cartoon form! Anselmo didn’t abandon his band, however. He instead borrowed a fellow glam musician’s “worn, sweaty spandex.” The nightmare wasn’t over for Phil, unfortunately, as Anselmo found himself regretting his new choice of spandex. You’ll see what we mean in the animation. Check out our Philip Anselmo Epic Rock Tale above and stay tuned for more new episodes of Epic Rock Tales coming your way every Tuesday! Watch episodes from Season One of Epic Rock Tales below. Corey Taylor’s Drug Overdose + Musical Awakening – Epic Rock Tales Subscribe to KFMX FM on Dave Mustaine Tells the Crazy Story Behind Megadeth’s ‘Holy Wars’– Epic Rock Tales

Which "Game Of Thrones" Sword Should You Use To Vanquish Your Enemies?

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Test your metal. Posted on August 16, 2017, 20:46 GMT Angelo Spagnolo BuzzFeed Staff Share On facebook Share On facebook Share Share On vk Share On vk Share Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin Share On lineapp Share On lineapp Share Share On twitter Share On twitter Share Share On email Share On email Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On more Share On more More Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On stumbleupon Share On stumbleupon Share On linkedin Share On linkedin Share On reddit Share On reddit Share On googleplus Share On googleplus Share On link Share On link Jorah Jon Tormund Dickon Samwell Jaime Davos Jaqen Via HBO Podrick The Hound Brienne Gendry (he's back!) Via HBO Loras Via Warner Bros. The sword of Gryffindor Via Nintendo The Master Sword (Zelda) Via New Line Cinema Sting Via Lucasfilm Light saber Dragonstone The Eyrie Pyke Via HBO Casterly Rock Via Frazer Harrison / Getty Slayer Via Theo Wargo / Getty Metallica Via Chung Sung-Jun / Getty Korn Via George De Sota / Getty Pantera Which "Game Of Thrones" Sword Matches Your Personality? You got: Heartsbane Okay but what actually happened to this sword when Dany roasted the Tarlys? HBO Take quizzes and chill with the BuzzFeed app. Get the app You got: Ice Sure, Tywin melted it down into two lesser swords, but let's just pretend that never happened. valyriansteel.com Take quizzes and chill with the BuzzFeed app. Get the app You got: Needle Stick 'em with the pointy end. valyriansteel.com Take quizzes and chill with the BuzzFeed app. Get the app You got: Dawn Pshh, Valryian steel? Everybody's got one of those. You need a truly unique blade, like Dawn, forged from the metal of a fallen star. HBO Take quizzes and chill with the BuzzFeed app. Get the app You got: Longclaw You earned it and you know how to wield it. Now the only question is, will Jorah be mad when he finds out you have his ancestral sword? valyriansteel.com Take quizzes and chill with the BuzzFeed app. Get the app You got: Oathkeeper Oathkeeper may yet have a role to play in the show. In the books? E . valyriansteel.com Take quizzes and chill with the BuzzFeed app. Get the app You got: Dark Sister You're a rare breed and you need a rare blade. Dark Sister, one of the two Targaryen ancestral Valyrian swords, is lost somewhere in the realm...but I have a feeling Bran might know where it is. awoiaf.westeros.org Take quizzes and chill with the BuzzFeed app. Get the app Share On facebook Share On facebook Share Your Results Share On twitter Share On twitter Share Your Results Retake Quiz Retake Quiz Retake Quiz Share On facebook Share On facebook Share Share On vk Share On vk Share Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin Share On lineapp Share On lineapp Share Share On twitter Share On twitter Share Share On email Share On email Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On more Share On more More Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On stumbleupon Share On stumbleupon Share On linkedin Share On linkedin Share On reddit Share On reddit Share On googleplus Share On googleplus Share On link Share On link Promoted by News moves fast. Keep up with the BuzzFeed News daily email! Sign up Great! You're almost there! Check your inbox and confirm your subscription now! View Comments

Watch SLAYER Perform LED ZEPPELIN And ZZ TOP Covers During Soundcheck

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August 16, 2017 0 Comments Video footage of SLAYER members Tom Araya (bass, vocals), Gary Holt (guitar) and Paul Bostaph (drums) playing cover versions of LED ZEPPELIN 's "Rock And Roll" and ZZ TOP 's "Tush" while soundchecking before the band's concerts on August 14 in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canadan and July 20 in Raleigh, North Carolina can be seen below. SLAYER 's six-week North American tour with LAMB OF GOD and BEHEMOTH kicked off on July 12 in Bemidji, Minnesota and will run through August 20 in Phoenix, Arizona. The legendary thrash metal band's August 5 concert at the Forum in Inglewood, California was reportedly filmed for a forthcoming DVD. SLAYER 's latest album, "Repentless" , was released on September 11, 2015 via Nuclear Blast . The follow-up to 2009's critically acclaimed, Grammy -nominated "World Painted Blood" was produced by Terry Date , who has previously worked with PANTERA , DEFTONES and SOUNDGARDEN . The artwork was created by Brazilian artist Marcelo Vasco in collaboration with Tom Araya and Kerry King . "Repentless" debuted at No. 4 on The Billboard 200, having shifted 50,000 equivalent album units in the week ending September 17, 2015. Soundcheck in Dawson Creek, British Columbia where Tom, Gary and Paul dance with the "Led" in their dreams. \db/?:Sheldon Morgan


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