Sunday Metal – Black Pantera Society

Black Label Society, joined on stage by Phil Anselmo & Rex Brown – covering Pantera’s “I’m Broken”, from Grand Prarie, Texas May 2014

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1KPiipEE-I]

Sunday Metal – Slayer, or maybe it’s Pantera

Slayer, with Phil Anselmo playing Pantera’s “Fucking Hostile” from July 2013 in Athens, Greece.

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faM8aZb7fd8&feature=youtu.be]

Sunday Metal – The Big 4

Metallica, with help from Slayer, Megadeth, Anthrax from the Big 4 show, covering Diamond Head’s “Am I Evil?”

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upKtoIxXoig]

Sunday Metal – Generation Axe

This is pretty cool. From the 2018 Generation Axe tour. Vai, Malmsteen, Wylde, Bettencourt doing Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7o4Ed6kdy4c]

Sunday Metal – King Diamond

King Diamond with “Sleepless Nights”, recorded live at the Filmore November 2015.

I saw this tour in San Antonio (full performance of the “Abigail” album). Amazing show.

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwG0uzbffbU]

Sunday Metal – Myrkur

Mykur, covering King Diamond’s “Welcome Home”. An amazing rendition.

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQw4DByxjgo&feature=youtu.be]

Sunday Metal – Bad Brains

Let’s start off the new year with some PMA (Positive Mental Attitude)

Bad Brains – “Attitude”

Sunday Metal – Under the Influence: New York Hardcore

Noisey did a mini-documentary on the New York hardcore scene.

Agnostic Front. Madball. Murphy’s Law. Cro-Mags. Sick of it All. So many more.

Sunday Metal – The Surprising Origins of the Death Growl

For today’s Sunday Metal, a departure from the music and concerts and instead a look into where the “growling” vocals signature to some genres of metal came from.

While it’s truly hard to pinpoint where it all came from, Polyphonic’s examination of this was pretty cool. Even if you don’t dig this style of vocals, it’s worth the time to explore this bit of music history and evolution.

Sunday Metal – Motörhead

Because we miss Lemmy.

He may be gone, but it’s still so bad, baby.