Video of the Day
One year ago, today (Nov. 1), Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker died in a Orange County, Calif. hospital approximately nine hours after crashing his motorcycle. Suicide Silence are widely known as one of deathcore's most popular bands, but the outpouring of emotion after Lucker's death was, and still is, overwhelming. To celebrate Lucker's music, we offer 'You Only Live Once' as our Video of the Day.
The nihilistic sound of grind titans Pig Destroyer is set to invade Phil Anselmo's Housecore Horror Film Festival this weekend. Also, with the unexpected announcement that Pig Destroyer would be recruiting a bassist for the first time in their 16-year career, we've decided to brighten the spotlight currently pointed in the extreme band's direction. Our Video of the Day is 'Forgotten Child' live at CBGB's.
Happy Birthday to Metallica bassist Rob Trujillo! The dude hasn't lost a step in terms of technique and energy, and Trujillo has just turned 49 years old. How many 49-year-olds do you know who can thrash like Rob?! To celebrate the bassist's birthday, our Video of the Day is Metallica's performance of 'The Day That Never Comes' from the band's 'Quebec Magnetic' DVD.
It's hard to believe that such a young band debuted their second studio album a decade ago, but on this day (Oct. 21) in 2003, Between the Buried and Me released their breakout record, 'The Silent Circus.' To celebrate this metal landmark, this official live clip of 'Mordecai' is our Video of the Day!