Pan Satyrist

The lost art of chainsaw sounds in the intro. Followed by thrash metal brutality.

lama-armonica:

purebaldfury:

faidame:

wat rings u got bitch?

Thus the myth of the knight lumbering around like Frankenstein is busted

Amazing!!!!

lama-armonica:

purebaldfury:

faidame:

wat rings u got bitch?

Thus the myth of the knight lumbering around like Frankenstein is busted

Amazing!!!!

guitarbage:

amplifiedparts:

Mayones - Divebomb

Construction: bolt-on / neck fastened to the body via 6 screws in metal sleeves
Body - wood: Flamed Maple(top), Mahogany Sapelle (back)
Body - finish: Transparent Graphite Burst / Gloss finish (top), Natural wood / Gloss finish(back), 1-ply creme binding
Neck - wood: Mahogany / Hard Rock Maple (5-ply)
Neck - finish: Natural wood / Gloss finish
Headstock - finish: Flamed Maple Transparent Graphite Burst / Gloss finish)
Fingerboard:  Ebony
Scale: 25,4” (645mm)
Fingerboard Radius: 16”
Frets: 36 (!!!) 24 medium-jumbo frets, 6 medium and 6 small frets, Ferd Wagner & Sintoms
Markers & Inlays: B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber shape markers on front, pearl acryl, pear acryl blocks on 12 fret “XTrem”, and 24 fret “DIVE BOMB”, black side dots
Neck - dimensions: (width) I: 43 mm XXIV: 56 mm / (thickness) I: 21 mm XII: 23 mm
Pickup: 1 × DiMarzio Evolution 7 (7-string version) placed at an angle to the six strings
Control: 1 × Volume (push-pull - coil tap)
Knobs: metal, dome type
Switch: no switch
Bridge: Schaller Floyd Rose Pro Low-profile
Tuners: Schaller M6, 3+3
Nut: Schaller R3 locking nut
Strings: Galli Procoated 10-46
Output jack: Switchcraft
Hardware colour: Black

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satyrist

Guitarbage knows me all too well, this is beautiful. Look at that massive cutaway. The Floyd Rose. Stealth bomber inlays. Wait a minute. Waaait a miiinute! Holy crap there’s only ONE pickup! ONE! 36 frets! OH MAN I’m DROOLING! Seriously, I’ve always wondered if there was a guitar out there with only a single bridge pickup and just an extra long neck. This is amazing.

I picked up this album in a super cheap bin at The Warehouse back in 2001. It was one of the most surprising albums I’d ever purchased. Going by the album cover I had expected muddy-sounding death metal with ruptured esophagus vocals and subterranean production. In other words, more of the usual stuff I listened to back then. Upon playing the CD I was stunned. I was probably even a little disappointed too, until maybe the second time I listened to it.

The song I picked was the first one on the album, as my impression stemmed from there. The riff in the beginning was nice and heavy with good harmonies. Then the prog elements kicked in. I’d been a fan of Dream Theater and Death for years at this point so hearing something new in that vein that actually wasn’t very far off talent-wise was stunning.

The album sounds amazing, and definitely has the early nineties prog metal feel; the heavy bits are heavy and the prog portions are often evocative, even at times airy, but still with the metal edge to it. It foregoes the not-uncommon trappings of a falsetto vocalist, instead employing a gritty tenor sound.

This has been a favorite album for a long time, and for good reason.

coffeepeople:

if you are attracted to me you are required by law to tell me. 

I feel like this must be some sort of entrapment or a ploy to increase sales of pepper spray.

I’m not sure how polar vortexes work but a disoriented Santa Clause just suddenly appeared in my living room

"So, are you an introvert or an extrovert?"
"I’d gladly strip naked in a room full of strangers but I’d probably freak out internally if any of them started to talk to me."
"Oh, you’re a… um…"

Never knew the original Gameboy was capable of this level of graphics.

Never knew the original Gameboy was capable of this level of graphics.