|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2013-06-16 |
5 stars for not being anything remotely close to Mudvein, System of a Down, Korn, Lincoln Park and of course, Nickelbutt.
|fatatty - 2013-06-16 |
Agreed. I wish these guys could break out more, but it's tough when your only music is a three act Mega Man Rock Opera.
He also does an amazing Freddie Mercury.
|WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2013-06-16 |
how can you possibly not like this
Dessert didn't actually watch the video but he read the Wikipedia article and it made him rather upset.
|1394 - 2013-06-16 |
What, no "White People" tag?
Do you still live in some bizarro time warp to the 80's where nerds are all skinny white guys with glasses and pocket protectors?
|Xenocide - 2013-06-16 |
I saw them a couple of months ago. One of the best concerts I've ever been to. And no, you don't have to know anything about Mega Man to enjoy it. You just have to like seeing a band that actually gives a shit about putting on a good show.
|Riskbreaker - 2013-06-16 |
I've lost control of my life
|Spaceman Africa - 2013-06-16 |
about the same level as people who make steampunk music
|stifford - 2013-06-16 |
I saw them a couple of years ago, opening for Peelander-Z. They were meh...they might have been having some technical issues during their set. they seem a little tighter in this video, although I think I am as indifferent to their music as I was back at that show.
|kingarthur - 2013-06-17 |
If the rest of their music is as powerful and put together as this opening song, I'm willing to forgive a vidya game nerd marketing gimmick. I mean, forgive it like Jesus fucking Christ because this music rocks.
|Mother_Puncher - 2013-06-17 |
I saw them in Knoxville a few months ago. Killer show. I got drunk and tried to mosh to their cover of Jailbreak but was only met with frightened,angry looks and being pushed away. My friends opened for them and the crowd just stared at them with open mouths.
Jet Bin Fever
Where did you see them in Knoxville? Most of the venues (except Bijou and Tennessee theater) around here have terrible terrible acoustics. It always ruins shows. I saw these bands play at Fireproof Storage on New Years and it was unlistenable, even though some of them were pretty good.
I've seen them at PAX East and Magfest, and PAX East has unbelievably shitty acoustics. Most terrible bands that play there (Those Who Fight, Minibosses) are made magnitudes worse. Listening to The Minibosses a year back was literally physically painful, due to the way they fucked up the pitch on one of the guitars.
The Protomen would've probably have been pretty shitty if all the limp-dicked wops hadn't already filed out of the convention center by their midnight showtime, and we were all able to move right up to the stage. At that distance, it doesn't make a huge difference how the sound is projected.
Still, it's noticeably better at Magfest. I never really thought acoustics would make much of a difference until I realized I couldn't hear entire instruments in some of these groups.
I saw them at NV nightclub which used to be Blue Cats. It sounded all right and it was pretty much a good place for them to play despite the place being a nightclub with a dress code which I find silly.
I went to a show at Fireproof this past New Years that was a bunch of local acts. I stayed there like 30 minutes enough to know my friends were already too drunk for me to catch up so I went to Sassy Anne's and had a better time.
|misterbuns - 2013-06-19 |
Thank you, PoeTV.
This is going to be the music during a montage in a feature film I am directing.
It'll be playing during a montage of a marine teaching a group of super fruity gay dudes and drag queens to kill zombies in a destroyed city in south carolina.
YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST.
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