New Voice, Same Metal
Boston frequently loses some of the best metal shows to Worcester, but when a great bill does come through, it’s often a must-see. Case and point: this show.
Swedish metal band Ghost almost show us what’s beneath their masks: social phobias, booze gargling, and a lot of love for KISS.
“I feel a responsibility to the survivors, my family, my sons, Alex and Brian, and the church here in Roslindale,” Carlos Arredondo said.
Prepare yourself. Their secret show at The Sinclair has nothing on the new live show’s setup.
The undisputed dark lords occupying the throne and horrorcore humorists double down for death metal.
This legal Ping-Pong game will continue to go back and forth through his trial. Meanwhile, Dzhokhar sits in his cell, living off meals of chicken and rice and allowed to make only one phone call, write only one letter each week.
In life, it’s really hard to walk away from something you’re passionate about. And perhaps nowhere is it tougher than in the music biz.
I covered his administration. I would often stalk him by his black SUV in the horseshoe driveway in back of City Hall to press him on the news of the day. Some days, he’d be furious with me about something I had written. Other times, he’d shrug the hit off with a snarky quip. The man was not short on wit.
“I was summoned back to Earth to alter the course of the future battle. GWAR really fucked up and I felt the need as a commander of the forces in the future to navigate back to the present time to alter their fuck up.”