The News Review:
- Art & Seek on Think TV: Giant Metal Men Invade Deep Ellum!!
- Scene and heard: Bleak metal
- Post Magazine: The World of Death Metal
- ‘Brutal Legend’ Soundtrack Revealed
- Wake-Up Call: Zaun ready to taste postseason again
Art & Seek on Think TV: Giant Metal Men Invade Deep Ellum!!
That’s part of it but the Deep Ellum I was looking to be landmarked is the Deep Ellum of Leadbelly T-Bone Walker and Alex Moore of the Ella B. Moore Theater (where African-Americans went) and Ma’s Place where Babyface Nelson and Bonnie and Clyde hung out. It was once a funky neighborhood where blues met country music and Tin Pan Alley and helped create Texas blues where blacks and Jews owned businesses lived and mingled certainly a rarity in Dallas. I’m also willing to bet that Starr’s own proposal and probably all the others never really addressed something else that made Deep Ellum unique in Dallas’ cultural history. Tattoo parlors and nightclubs and slumming suburbanites were hardly exclusive there; you could find them on lower Greenville or in South Dallas or along Fort Worth Avenue.
Related from Walterguyband: Stage set for revival in Dallas’ Deep Ellum
Scene and heard: Bleak metal
uk”; Scene and heard: Bleak metal |Music |guardian. Call it Music for Mausoleums.
Post Magazine: The World of Death Metal
: Thank you so much for presenting a very "fair and balanced" viewpoint on extreme metal. Metal and it’s fans are often unfairly demonized for their taste in music and I feel like your article could really aid in dispelling bigoted notions about the genre. Also kudos for getting all your facts straight about the various metal subgenres — as you probably found out its a fiendishly complex web of subgenres and styles and even some diehard fans have trouble keeping it straight!I hope you and your sons continue to enjoy the same music as time goes on. Even though I’m a huge fan of aggressive music (metal punk etc) I still enjoy stuff like Steeleye Span Jethro Tull etc and that really helps me bond with my dad. Although he is about as mystified by metal as you seemed to be at the start of the article. David Rowell: Thank you for that. ne of the great experiences in reporting this piece was seeing how my own stereotypes fell so quickly apart.
‘Brutal Legend’ Soundtrack Revealed
“This soundtrack took years to put together as we wanted to represent every genre of metal and also have the perfect music for every epic moment in the game” Schafer said. Schafer’s love of metal didn’t quite stop there as he’s made it his quest to bring the genre to the masses: “[The game is] designed to be loved by metal fans and for those who are not it will either convert them or make their heads explode.
Wake-Up Call: Zaun ready to taste postseason again
Including the new guy Gregg Zaun. Little things sometimes mean a lot too. Zaun got to the clubhouse early on Sunday morning cranking up his brand of heavy metal music a strategy designed to inject some energy into the place either by the thump-thump-thump of the music’s rhythm or irritation with the Zaun-induced noise. Tampa Bay’s clubhouse can use more of the spark we saw in 2008 from guys such as Jonny Gomes Eric Hinske and Cliff Floyd. Zaun who is sharing the catching duties with Dioner Navarro brings some of that fire. Grand slams are a nice added bonus. “I really don’t have much trouble making friends” said Zaun who has two homers in his last three games including a solo shot on Friday night in his first home appearance with the Rays.