There’s a new album out from Greber. Check it out. And while you’re checking it out, check out what Greber bassist/vocalist Marc Bourgon (who…
The soundtrack runs close to an hour and all the songs are previously unreleased. It is, by turns, invigorating, eviscerating and just good old nostalgic fun. The pulverizing metal component means all the dynamic, outlandish fluency of the action genre is represented.
I dunno man, all the pieces are there, but I’m not really feeling it. These guys don’t bring anything new to the table, that’s for sure…
When The Screams Come is a great visual document of the band that will be as entertaining to longtime fans of the band as it will be to newcomers. It’s not the flashiest, it’s certainly a warts-and-all type performance, but it captures a historically important band in their background getting the kind of adulation they deserve.
One of the things we polled our writers on was to tell us what their Event of The Year was for 2010. Here is what they have sent us in response…
After a brief break we are back with the Handshake Hellbound Clip Of the Week! And this week’s is a doozie. Here is a new video that was made for the recent TODAY IS THE DAY North American tour. The video is for the title track from the band’s amazing Temple Of The Morning Star album, released in the late 90s on Relapse.
The Handshake Hellbound Clip Of The Week features a clip from the upcoming Brutal Truth documentary film about their Manitoba Metal Fest appearance earlier this year. It includes performances by HEAD HITS CONCRETE and PEACEMAKER, plus a guerrilla appearance by THE FOZZ (yes, THAT Fozz!).
The fourth installment of the Hellbound Handshake Clip Of The Week is DECEASED live at Maryland Deathfest 8, performing “The Silent Creature”.
Here is installment #2 of the Hellbound Handshake Clip of The Week! This week it is TOTAL FUCKING DESTRUCTION Live at Maryland Deathfest 2010, as captured by Handshake Inc.
As for the content itself, I asked Hall, who prefers the Cinema Verite approach to filmmaking, if he and Cardoso had given the crew specific instructions as to what images they were to capture, he said that he preferred not to. “I just decided to let them film the images that invoked something in them, to focus on what they felt was important to convey to the viewing audience about the performance, he said. “I trust these guys and know that they will come up with something great. How you make a film is just as important as what the film is about…and the way we make movies is to keep it real.”
Laina Dawes recalls her Maryland Deathfest experience as a full-time observer of Handshake Inc’s experience shooting the fest for DVD.