A bit of Everything
ratpacknyc:

Damn what a lineup. August 10, 1992. 

ratpacknyc:

Damn what a lineup. August 10, 1992. 

Venom - Buried Alive
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xcreaturesofthenightx:

I just adore Tony Iommi’s cross inlays.

xcreaturesofthenightx:

I just adore Tony Iommi’s cross inlays.

keyitems:

the holy trinity

keyitems:

the holy trinity

forestygrump:

unclefather:

dialupmodem:

cookingchannel:

Can’t afford the trip down to Florida to swim with the dolphins? Swim with these dolphin-esque bananas instead. 

try n close those containers

You cannot close the containers because then the dolphins couldn’t breathe, idiot

JULIEN

forestygrump:

unclefather:

dialupmodem:

cookingchannel:

Can’t afford the trip down to Florida to swim with the dolphins? Swim with these dolphin-esque bananas instead.

try n close those containers

You cannot close the containers because then the dolphins couldn’t breathe, idiot

JULIEN

thrashmetalgamer:

THRASHING THURSDAY Bonus

Last week I decided to check out some classic Entombed, and I was very impressed! I’ll have to pick up their first couple of albums, but for now here’s my favorite from their 1990 debut album.

"Bitter Loss" by Entombed

fuckyeah-nwobhm:

Judas Priest: Rocka Rolla

Debut LP, Gull Records, 1974

Judas Priest are one of the godfathers of the NWOBHM, and their popularity achieved critical mass as the movement was beginning to make its presence felt. Unlike it’s follow-up release, 1976’s Sad Wings of Destiny, none of the tracks from their debut LP would remain in the band’s live set for very long, all being eliminated by the time of the Hell Bent for Leather/Killing Machine tour of 1978 and 1979, recordings from which are the basis of their indispensable 1979 “live” album Unleashed in the East.

ribbu:

there’s a special place in hell reserved just for me

it’s called the throne

alexschuldiner:

Morbid Angel

alexschuldiner:

Morbid Angel