After listening to 'Born to Party,' many Municipal Waste newcomers have asked themselves, "How exactly is Municipal Waste gonna f--- me up?" It's a fair question that can be easily answered, and we're happy to provide the answer to that very qualm with the exclusive premiere of Municipal Waste performing 'The Monster with 21 Faces' live at Scion Rest Fest 2013.
At the 2013 New England Metal & Hardcore Festival, we got a few minutes to spend with Municipal Waste bassist Land Phil. Along with the usual partying conversation that comes with a member of Waste, we got some interesting tour stories from the bassist about how to entertain yourself on the road.
"Municipal Waste is gonna f--- you up!" … with their signature oatmeal stout, 'Toxic Revolution.' Any fan of Waste know the band is serious about their drinks, so you can rest assured that Municipal Waste wouldn't attach their name to some watery piss. 'Toxic Revolution' is a dark-as-night brew which is creamy on the palate and includes fruity, tropical hop notes balanced with roasted and chocolate malt, which weighs in at a dizzying 8.5 alcohol percentage.
Intergalactic metal legends GWAR will once again defrost themselves from their Antarctic lair to play their annual GWAR-B-Q on Aug. 17. The fourth edition of GWAR's annual meet-and-eat may sport the event's best lineup to date, featuring Corrosion of Conformity, Municipal Waste, Pig Destroyer, Cannabis Corpse, Loincloth, and of course, GWAR!
There will soon come a day when every band in the world will no longer sell shirts, hoodies or posters, they'll just bring a portable bar in order to get thirsty fans smashed off their signature brands of alcoholic concoctions. The latest acts to announce their own brands of intoxicant are grind legends Pig Destroyer and, unsurprisingly, Virginian thrashers Municipal Waste.
The Metal Alliance tour is coming back in 2013 with its third-ever installment. Having delivered some powerful lineups in the past, Metal Alliance has come out with its biggest bill yet, featuring Anthrax, Exodus, Municipal Waste and Holy Grail -- and they haven't even announced the entire lineup yet!