Covering Pink Floyd is ballsy. A Metal band covering Pink Floyd is even ballsier, because there is a higher probability you will fall on your face than do it justice. The Shads hit this one out of the park though. The guts are relatively the same, but there are distinctions marked by an infectious opening riff, a marching drum groove, and a tasty guitar solo by Jon Donais that is hair raising.
The Art of Balance is my favorite Shadows Fall album, and this song as a closer provides a somber and fitting conclusion. I had the fortune to tour with Six Feet Under in , when the band was at its peak playing big venues. On the surface, the experiment may be a bit absurd, comparable to an act like Richard Cheese , a singer that does tongue-in-cheek lounge versions of popular songs.
You need this in your life. Tongue firmly planted in your cheek or not. To be even more truthful, I will use any excuse to champion the criminally underrated Nevermore , and their classic release, Dead Heart, In A Dead World.
Getting back to Nevermore, let us appreciate that fight riff 1 minute into the song. This is a great song from a great album.
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Grampire and Spencer R like this. But Milan was different story. It was, and it is, the musical capital of Italy. Through the years, the band developed a great relation with the city — hey, in the REMTV dvd boxset there are three — 3!"Wicked Game" is a song by American rock musician Chris Isaak, released from his third studio album Heart Shaped World (). Despite being released as a single in , it did not become a hit until it was later featured in the David Lynch film Wild at Heart (). Lee Chesnut, an Atlanta radio station music director who loved David Lynch films, began playing the song, and it quickly became.