instantdeath999;2171906 said:Out of curiosity (can't listen at this moment), aren't Anal **** one of the most embarrassing death metal bands ever?
a21schizoidman;2171910 said:grindcore punk
instantdeath999;2171925 said:I'm trying to remember if they were the one that I couldn't stand due to racist/sexist lyrics. Really sound like it.I would post some of the comments on their youtube, but I would surely be banned. Lots of talk of murder and rape.
back_blows;2171986 said:http://www.darklyrics.com/a.htmlThey had a song called "Easy E. Got Aids from Freddy Mercury".
Lolicat;2172209 said:You do know they're a joke, right? I mean they have a song making fun of people for living on house boats.
instantdeath999;2172190 said:Need opinions from Death fans.A friend of mine pretty much only listens to grind, metalcore and deathcore, and I'm interested in showing him some older death metal bands, such as Death themselves.For a fan of aforementioned genres, would it be best to show something from Scream Bloody Gore, or their more technical albums?
instantdeath999;2173662 said:I wish I was you.
Runesmith;2173406 said:I'm not sure if anyone here is interested in taking a look at it, but I just posted a RB3 setlist on the forums. I'd love to receive comments and suggestions from all of the HoF'ers around here.http://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?t=131372
TheCrimsonSaint;2174934 said:Opinion:I wish that music game drums didn't all suck a cock.
supernova1324;2174940 said:Just get the 2 year warranty and some silencers to protect the pads.
afterstasis;2174960 said:i've never had any problems with my RB1 or RB2 drums...i got the official silencers for my RB2 set a few months ago and since then i've found myself using them to record quick midi tracks instead of hooking up my real electronic drums on several occasions.
TheCrimsonSaint;2174952 said:2 year warranty?
TheCrimsonSaint;2175000 said:You're so ****ing lucky. At this point I'm almost thinking of trying the God damned World Tour drums, just so I can't say I didn't give them a chance. Five RB1 sets, 4 RB1 pedals, four RB2 sets, and 3 RB2 pedals. I'm tired of poorly made bull****, and I don't have the cash to get the Goodwoods or any third-party pedals.
supernova1324;2175007 said:It sounds like you have a case of i-slam-on-my-drums-itis.
Ultimatum;2175030 said:How do you hit them? No matter how hard you hit them, if you're hitting them a certain way, they will still break easily.
BenSpeirs;2175037 said:I've had my original RB1 kit since release, and still have the same pedals and stuff. All that's changed is that I have the silencers. Maybe it's not the drums problem, maybe it's how you play?Oh, and World Tour is (allegedly) worse, but I've had no experience there.
TheCrimsonSaint;2175044 said:I'm not sure I understand the question, but I wasn't driving through my biceps. I'm using my wrists. My last two RB2 sets simply stopped working with no signs of pad damage.