Danzig III – How The Gods Kill. A Retrospective.

The classic Danzig lineup’s third album is an often forgotten, underrated entry into heavy metal’s diverse history. Whether you like Glenn Danzig or not, his contribution to music cannot be overlooked. How The Gods Kill marked an artistic merging point for the diversity of musical influences Danzig drew on. Even dating back to the Misfits […]

My First Compact Disc

Heavy Metal and Hard rock dominated my cassette collection when my music holdings  welcomeed Compact Discs. Given my collection’s obvious favouritsm towards metal, many of my friends were shocked that Arrested Development’s 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of… would be the first disc I would own. The amount of hip-hop in my […]

The Last Conversation

It was usually happening on Sundays. The phone would ring, I would see the number and prepare to settle in for a slightly long conversation. It would be only slightly long if for some reason I might feel it was going on too long. “Hello! How are You?” Over the last few months of his […]

Confirmation Classes

How I loathed every second of it. I sat in one of the rows at church listening to the supposed truths about a book that I was reading, that made no sense. Here I was in the 9th grade with a worked image of someone who thought for themselves, being forced to sit through lectures […]