That bad-ass cage where Mel Gibson faught Master Blaster with the chainsaw and bungee cords and there where all kinds of drunken Aussies yelling, "Two men enter, One man leaves." Then big Mel(Madd Max) totally thrashes that giant ogre and then that little midget weeps cuz the ogre was his friend and I laughed at the midget and then they play this primitive game of Wheel of Fortune and Mel gets sent into the destert and he meets these Lord of the Flies kids who wanna fly on this delapidated 747 and theres quick sand and boomerangs and all kinds of shoulderpads with spikes and nitrous powered dune buggies....its awesome. I think I confused a couple different movies but who gives a damn, right? Thunderdome man, you know with that crazy black bitch pop star...kinda like Conan the Destroyer where that crazy black bitch with the huge stick wails on Walt Chamberalain...but that is a different story.
We shall have a bungee cord chainsaw deathmatch in the Thunderdome my friend!
A kick-ass song on Primal Fear's self titled album.
To create one of the most glorious sounds ever concieved by the the great Metal gods. That is to unleash from the soul a most triumphant Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!! or Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh! at extremely high or accending frequency with much vibrato.
Vocal emissions from Rob Halford or Eric Adams(of Manowar).
You know that old Judas Priest song called "The Ripper" where Rob Halford lets out a most hallacious wail that just makes your balls quiver?
Pendletron: Theres this wicked awesome song by Manowar where Adams lets out this otherworldly, mega wail that just makes my ass pucker in elation...
David Bashammer; Oh you mean like every freaking kick-ass Manowar song?
Super awesome, mega rad Death Metal band from Holland. Famous among fans of this underground genre for such albums as "Cross the Stix", "Diabolical Summonings", and their most successful "Hate" which was realeased at the hight of the Death Metal movement in 1995. Also worth mentioning is "Bastard Saints" an exeptionally well done EP. Their sound was characterized by a mostly "old school" American Death sound despite their geographic origins: Ripping fast, complicated guitar riffing and tempo changes, lead by blast beats and rolling double kicks from the drums and punctuated by rasping, gutteral, but amazingly decipherable vocals. Like many Metal bands Sinister was plauged with member changes nearly every album. Sinister is still around today, lead by founding member Aad Kloosterwaard, but is still most memorable for their "Hate" album era when the sound was "just right" whereas much of the Death Metal created after this period was/is charaterized by bands simply trying to outdo each other with progressively more and more down-tuned guitars and vocals etc. Thats not to say there wasnt/are some kick-ass Death metal bands after that period but you definitly have to filter through alot of crap to find it.
Holy crap! Sinister freakin shreds ass! Their album "Hate" influenced musicians clear accross the globe. How come no one creates music like THIS any more?!!