April 19th, 2006

  • roybot

tipperarium

after many years of research, my team has discovered the missing element of the death metal genre: a bar full of drunk backup singers.

you see, death metal parallels viking culture. all the screaming and roaring is good, but you need the rest of the vikings sitting around the pub, grunting and clinking their steins around.

most death metal does not have this. therefore, it is our recommendation that future death metal albums be recorded in the nearest pub, with the most convenient brand of mead.

note: some musicians have already understood this, and applied it. See "Tubular Bells II," by Mike Oldfield.

Posted by Reverend Tedward Q. Porktanker