Tuesday, December 11, 2012

New feature

As you may have noticed there's a new feature to the blog. That being the SCM Music Player. It currently features songs that like, from lesser known artists from multiple genres as well as artists that have been or will be featured here. I hope you enjoy it and the playlist will continue to grow and change. If you have suggestions on songs that are available (legally) on Soundcloud or YouTube leave a comment and I'll see what I can do.

Until next time I'm,

Crash Underride

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Chris Brown and Team Breezy drama

I have some things to say that are music related by not reviews. If you're a Chris Brown fan, you're a fuckin' idiot. Especially if you're a female Chris Brown fan. Then you're really a brain dead idiot. I mean, how could any woman be a fan of a man who beats the shit out of a woman and doesn't feel bad about it at ALL!??! I mean seriously, the sumbitch beat the holy hell out of Rihanna and doesn't say boo about being sorry. That's a big fuckin' pile of douchebaggery.

To make things worse, "Team Breezy" (what a fuckin' stupid ass name) threatens to KILL a woman who calls Brown out on being the biggest piece of shit in 'Merica. Brown doesn't say "Hey, stop she's allowed to have her own opinion." No, he's like "Fuck you bitch, I'll beat a woman and get away with it if I want." He's a fuckin' bastard that needs to be taught a lesson.

I'll start by saying this, Chris Brown, you're the only person that's made me DIE to call you a n***er. But I'm not. Not because as a white male, that would make me look racist. But because I'm not gonna stoop to your immature level. I think you need to get the shit kicked outta you a good time or two and then learn how an ADULT should really act.

Until next time, FUCK YOU TEAM BREEZY!!!!!
Crash Underride

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Blog Expanion/New Music for You

Well, lately I've been going through my iTunes library and listening to music that I hadn't listened to yet, or in a while so I could rate the songs properly. The reason I tell you this is because in doing so I've found some really good music that I'd like to share. The catch is it's not rock or metal. So I've been thinking about expanding this blog from just rock and metal to include electronic, dubstep, drum 'n bass, big beat, techno and the like. I've been a fan of electronic music for years. I remember growing up and going to the skating rink hearing C+C Music Factory's "Gonna Make You Sweet", Technotronic (I love you Ya Kid K!!!!), Culture Beat and all that good stuff. Man the early '90s was a good time for music.

So in the first post about electronic music, I'll share with you the albums Twin Cities Electropunk. These feature artists from Minnesota. They feature the likes of Avenpitch, Apox and more. I only listed the two artists that were the ones I saw on my playlist. So what if I'm a little lazy right now, I've been up for almost (at least it seems like) 20 hours. These releases are available for free from Avenpitch's website which will be linked down below.

If you're a metal fan and wouldn't hate to at least try and expand your musical taste pallette, give these (so far) six compilations a listen. Hey, they're free, what's the hurt?

On a side note, I'm currently working with Sony ACID and working on my own electronic music. So far, it's not bad, (in my opinion). I don't expect (or really want) to make a living doin' this. I'm just doin' it for fun and maybe someone besides me will enjoy what I make. But I'm also working on remixes for Avenpitch's "Manscaping" and some Negative Earth tracks. Wish me luck and who knows, when they're done I might just post them on here. I guess only time will tell.

Hope everyone has a great life and until next time, I'm still the one and only Crash Underride.


Sunday, October 7, 2012

I can't resist

Okay, so I couldn't resist posting this song. The song is "Manscaping" by Avenpitch. It's the title track off there new EP. The song is available for free download at the bands website. Below is a quick video I made for it because it wasn't on YouTube, so I just had to share it with everyone. This song has me laughing everytime I hear it. It's honestly one of my new favorites. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I did. I'll be back later this month with more music for you. Let's hope I can keep this posting at least once a month thing up, I kinda like it again. Crash Underride

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Two artists, one post.

This post for Without End Music is special. This post is not totally rock related and will feature two artists. The first being a rapper that I happen to like. He's got a unique style. His rap may be "vulgar" and talk about sex, but it also sends a happy and positve message, the man's name, Muck Sticky. If you haven't listened to him before, I highly suggest you do so. One of his newest songs is called "Tuckahaw" and is up on his SoundCloud page which will be linked below. The song of his that happens to be mine and my best friends favorites is called "Snuffulupagus". He's from Tennessee and I think everyone should listen to him, at least once. His music is not only good, but will a lot of times give you a good laugh. He's got a great sense of humor also. Here just so happens to be one of my favorite songs of his: And here's the biggy, that's fan video but he approved it: The next musician you need to know about is Negative Earth, an "electronic gravity rock" act. I've got to hand to him, he happened to cover an obscure song from the 1930s that has been done by the likes of Billie Holliday and other legends. I have to say, I prefer his version of "Gloomy Sunday". I can't say too much about him right now because I've just gotten into him, but still give it a listen and who knows what you'll think. Hopefully you'll like it. As always, enjoy the good music, Crash http://soundcloud.com/mucksticky www.youtube.com/mucksticktv www.twitter.com/mucksticky www.youtube.com/negativeearthtv www.twitter.com/NegativeEarth

Sunday, August 12, 2012

I'm back

First I would like to apologize for the long delay. I've found it rather hard to find a band to review lately because I've been listening to other things lately. Mainly electronic or dubstep. You can thank my best friends @chrism2041 for that one. However, since I've decided that I NEED to post again, I've gone back in time to one of my favorite albums of all-time. Don't get me wrong, I won't do song-by-song, I mean, if you really want to know, just buy the damn album on iTunes or Amazon. This entries album will be 2000's Fozzy by none other than the Chris Jericho fronted metal outfit Fozzy. Now, let me start off by saying this, stupid false back story aside, this album is just bad ass. Now please allow me to deviate for a few moments. Here at Without End Music when I refer to “heavy metal” I don't mean that growling bullshit stuff. I'm talking about '80s metal. If I'm talking about the former I call it “metal”. I've always associated “heavy metal” with the '80s scene, so I continue to do so to this day. Okay, back on track. While the album features only two original tracks (a trend continued on the next album, but done away with on All That Remains) it does contain two original songs “End of Days” and “Feel the Burn”. When I first bought the album, back when it was FIRST out in Wal-Mart, back when people went to actual stores to get music, I didn't expect to love the album, I was doing it as a die-hard wrestling fan. Personally, I expected it to be similar to The Offspring's Americana album. You know, humor in the songs, I mean with a back story of being stranded in Japan and being mega stars that got ripped off by American bands, what else would you expect? However, I was HIGHLY impressed with the album then and 12 years later, I still call it one of my favorites. Why else would I have the whole damn thing on my iTunes playlist? The album wasn't a critical or commercial success, but if you love '80s heavy metal, this is an album you really need to listen too. Crash Underride Fozzy on Twitter @FozzyRock