O’ Devil Where Art Thou?
I was 13 when I first held the cover of Motley Crue’s Shout At The Devil in my hands and I was quite convinced they were in-cahoots with the Devil they so boldly shouted at. I was worried for my soul and final place in heaven… or hell. And I still needed to have that record. And here’s the important part.
ars. From Elvis to the Beatles to the Rolling Stones to Pink Floyd to Sabbath to KISS to Motley to Metallica to Guns N Roses to Nirvana to… Limp Bizkit? Godsmack? Nickelback? Now? Hard Rock has been churning out the same Nickelback/Disturbed influenced vomit for 15 years. And artists crossing over doesn’t make it better. It’s makes it boring. Pharrel may be happy but he has no frame of reference. He’s a dick. I don’t want to see KISS on American Idol anymore than I want to buy an AC/DC shirt at Wal Mart.