Metal Shark Week: We’re Going to Need a Bigger Boat

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In case you live under a rock (or, like me, you don’t have cable), I’d like to inform you that it’s Shark Week, the annual celebration of our aquatic brethren. Now, Discovery Channel’s Shark Week special has totally jumped the shark, with scientifically unfounded, sensationalist mockumentaries, so I’d like to draw your attention to NatGeo’s Sharkfest, which is totally radical and works to promote the protection and understanding of these amazing predators. However, despite the fact that you’re more likely to be killed by a vending machine than by a shark, sharks are still totally metal. With their armor-like skin, jagged teeth, and acute senses, sharks prowl the seas (and sometimes rivers if we’re talking about bull sharks) looking for something to eat. Kill, eat, sleep, swim, mate. That’s a pretty metal life. I suspect that a lot of you have city hands like Mr. Hooper, so get wet and dive into these shark-infested waters. Let the feeding frenzy begin.

Accept – Fast as a Shark (Restless and Wild, 1982)

I love everything about this song, from the kooky polka intro to the shrieked vocals. This song is a killer jam and one of the earliest uses of double-bass drums in metal that I can recall. Plus, it would be the best possible song for snorting coke before riding into battle on a great white while shooting harpoons at your enemies.

Flotsam & Jetsam – Hammerhead (Doomsday for the Deceiver, 1986)

Let none of you be deceieved; Jason Newsted can write killer songs. Before Metallica scooped him up, the ace bassist was rattling the low strings in Flotsam and Jetsam, and it is believed he was the songwriting backbone for their debut, Doomsday for the Deceiver. Now, the lyrics (also penned by Newsted) aren’t specifically about sharks (they’re about what most rock’n’roll songs are about), but the way that the riffs sort of cruise along under the menacing lyrics paints a mental image for me of a sneaky shark’s dorsal fin cutting through dark tides at night. Plus, Newsted’s bass is totally voracious (and audible!). Check it.

Mastodon – Megalodon (Leviathan, 2004)

I’d wager there are a whole lot of you out there who consider Leviathan to be Mastodon’s finest hour, and Megalodon is one of the choicest cuts off that record. From the frothy, roiling riffs to the growled vox, this song is a bruiser, just like the gigantic freaking shark from which it gets its name. That riff and tempo shift at the 1:26 mark totally reminds me of being dragged under water. This song needs no more discussion because it rules.

Municipal Waste – Terror Shark (Hazardous Mutation, 2005)

This song is a straight-forward, bull shark testosterone-fueled thrasher, complete with battering riffs and gang vocals. It rips you up and leaves you floundering in the deep. There isn’t too much to say other than it’s short and killer and will definitely get your head banging.

Evile – Killer from the Deep (Enter the Grave, 2007)

For a brief moment of glory, Evile were poised to stand at the top of the reThrash food chain. However, they somehow got more generic with each new release as they tried to find their own unique sound. However, Enter the Grave was a ripper of an album, and I really dig this cut from it. Between the razor-sharp riffs and the careful use of crashing cymbals to highlight the riffs, this song is fast and brutal. It’ll turn your bath water red.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this flight of fancy, and even more I hope you’ve learned to appreciate these awesome creatures a little more. So tune into Sharkfest and crank these killer tunes. Since I’m feeling generous, I’ll leave you with a little somethin’ somethin’.

  • FIRSTMAIDER FIRSTMAIDER FIRSTMAIDER FIRSTMAIDER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    GL

    • SHARKMAIDER SHARKMAIDER SHARKMAIDER SHARKMAIDER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      GL

      What do you guys have? lets see it, never has this been more applicable

    • Misanthropic Anal Fissure

      Your time is up.

      • lolbuttz

        GL

        • Misanthropic Anal Fissure

          Well, we can play one more game of chess. Only because you said lolbuttz.

          By the way, this is the best movie ever.

          • bill and ted’s bogus journey?

          • Death

            Ingmar Bergman’s the Seventh seal.

          • I prefer Bogus Journey myself. The Seventh Seal didn’t have a rapping Grim Reaper or evil robot twins.

          • Death

            The Seventh Seal has a rapist and a witch. And I have never seen Bogus Journey.

          • Occams_Razor_Ramon

            You really should. You’re the best part in it!

          • Owlswald

            Fair warning: You get melvin’d.

          • Death

            What does that even mean?

          • Owlswald

            Utilize the Deathtubes.

          • Death

            What are the Deathtubes?

          • Owlswald

            Your version of Youtube?

          • Death

            I can’t afford one of those Youtubes.

          • W.

            STATION!

          • Occams_Razor_Ramon

            I totally loogied on that good dead me!

          • CONAN THE MOTHERFUCKING KING

            this is the worst shark movie i have ever attempted to sit through.

      • CONAN THE MOTHERFUCKING KING

        i take it you have run into this guy………………..

  • I don’t have cable either because fuck everything currently on TV. …good song posts. All JAG-approved.

    • TrickleDownTacoRiff

      TV is rough no doubt. I must admit, I laugh out loud to almost every Modern Family episode.

      • Tyree

        Phil is the man.

        • Maybe I need some TV in my life cuz I’ve know idea what Modern Family is.

          • W.

            Nah, you’re good.

          • TrickleDownTacoRiff

            I’m a cynical bastard by nature Jay. I would put this show on a comedic parallel of quality with Seinfeld. No shit. I love comedy but don’t laugh easily.

          • Tyree

            I feel that way about Parks and Recreation. That show makes me laugh every time.

          • Negrodamus

            I’ve heard things about Parks & Rec, Tyree. Good things.

          • W.

            I’m a big fan of It’s Always Sunny

          • Tyree

            I loved it for the first 5 or 6 seasons and then just sort of stopped watching it for some reason.

          • W.

            I haven’t seen many episodes since they migrated the show to FXX, but I try to catch up when Netflix updates.

          • Tyree

            I’ll have to revisit the show. If you have HBO Veep is another great one to watch comedy wise.

          • W.

            No HBO for me.

          • Negrodamus

            Having access to my mom’s HBO GO account is one of my favorite things in life.

          • W.

            My ex-roommate still lets me and the wife use his netflix account.

          • Negrodamus

            Sounds like a standup guy.

          • Fart Johnson

            Alpha House is worth checking out too if you like Veep.

          • Tyree

            Have not watched that yet.

          • Xan

            I watched the entire series in about a week. It was one of the best weeks of my life.

          • TrickleDownTacoRiff

            I’m a fan as well. Ron Swanson is a sitcom character for the ages

          • Tyree

            Indeed he is.

          • Well, maybe I should check it out one of these days.

      • Scrimm

        I laugh out loud every time I see Ed Oneil.

        • TrickleDownTacoRiff

          hes still bringing the goods…lol.

          • Scrimm

            It’s awesome he got a black belt in jiu jitsu at 60 years old.

      • Keegan Lavern Still

        I justed checked out the first season from my library in a “fuck it, why not?” moment yesterday and was very pleasantly surprised.

        • TrickleDownTacoRiff

          I ignored the show for a few years..was looking for something new..gave it a shot about a month ago. Had the exact same reaction!

          • Keegan Lavern Still

            I have a feeling that Julie Bowen and Sofia Vergara will soon haunt my dreams.

          • TrickleDownTacoRiff

            and i think u are
            fine with that!

    • W.

      I was definitely thinking about you with Accept and Flotsam & Jetsam.

    • Howard Dean

      I really only watch Cops. It’s enough.

      • I can’t believe they air some of the shit police get away with on Cops. I saw an episode where they pulled over a black guy for driving a nice car in a poor neighborhood. That was literally their cause for pulling him over. (Sure he had cocaine and shit but he was just pulled over for being black in a nice car in the wrong place.)

        • Howard Dean

          Seriously. Probable cause and corroboration (with other cops and random witnesses) are their two favorite weapons, and boy do they ever abuse them. All they need to say is that they thought a car was driving erratically or that it performed a rolling stop, and they can pull them over. And they know with most of these guys they pull over, they’re going to score something (usually drugs or warrants). And after the guy gets defensive, they can take him down, continually scream “Stop resisting!”, ‘cuff him, and book him on a myriad charges (resisting arrest, assault on an officer, disorderly conduct). Shit is crazy. And that’s probably why I can’t stop watching it.

          • W.

            Man, you just reminded me of what’s been happening in Missouri. Bums me out.

  • Tyree

    Megalodon and Terror Shark are so fucking good.

  • SHARKS, METAL, AND NOSTALGIA!
    RIP AC’S FP.
    SHE WAS A GOOD FLOPPY PHALLUS.

    • W.

      Are you going to change your name?

  • Randall Thor

    HOW COULD YOU POSSIBLY LEAVE OUT SHARKY SHARKY!? SHARKY LIFE FOREVER http://youtu.be/v0CfUyCg_sk

  • Tyree

    Meshuggah – Attacked By A Shark
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crbp8I2l3zs

    • W.

      I’ve never heard this, and I consider myself a Meshuggah super fan.

      • Tyree

        Glad to be at service Mr. President. I never looked up the lyrics, hopefully they are somewhere.

        • W.

          Apparently it was from some demo cd where a bunch of newer Swedish bands covered older Swedish bands.

  • TrickleDownTacoRiff

    Mission accomplished-METAL NOW FUSED WITH FEARED PREDATORS! Thanks PAST POTUS!

    • W.

      Anything for you, TDTR.

      • TrickleDownTacoRiff

        <3

  • Scrimm

    I served on an oceangoing vessel for a couple years and saw a couple tiger sharks up close. It’s the only reason I’m glad I live in the desert now.

    • W.

      I really want to go diving in a shark cage some day.

      • Scrimm

        I am actually scared of open water(crazy how I ended up working on it), but I would totally go down in a cage.

        • W.

          I also really want to swim with a whale shark. Talk about gentle giants!

          • Scrimm

            I miss a lot about that job. Aside from being creeped out, being on the water was pretty awesome.

          • Xan

            Open ocean is horrifying. Aside from the hostile sea life, the thought of being in a really bad storm on the ocean when waves become huge is petrifying. It trumps my fear of bees and spiders by a landslide.

          • Scrimm

            The storms are horrifying. I went through a few, but the worst by far was being on the water throughout hurricane Floyd. Wildest ride of my life, that one.

  • Guppusmaximus

    If sharks are Metal then Killer Whales must be a fusion of all things heavy because those motherfuckers can travel hundreds of miles and kill sharks…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uBFUumm3Dk

    • Kevin Nash and Friends

      I think Moby Dick by Led Zeppelin should be on this list.

      • Guppusmaximus

        Yea, it should be Orca Week. Not only can they kick a Great White’s ass but they actually have an extra physical part of the brain that we don’t have which, Scientists say, they use to experience emotions on a deeper level. Never mind that they can communicate miles apart from each other

        How much more fucking Metal can you get?!

        • W.

          Oh, there will probably be some whale metal in the near future.

          • Guppusmaximus

            I think Orcas would be a great idea for a concept album. I’m thinking a reunion release for SYL or maybe a new album from Leprous…

          • W.

            I loved Coal. Have you heard Serj’s Orca Symphony?

          • Guppusmaximus

            No, That isn;t the guy from SOAD, is it?

          • W.

            Yup yup. It’s a full orchestral piece.

          • Guppusmaximus

            No offense, I can’t imagine that guy being any good at composing for a symphony. I just never liked any of his work outside of SOAD and even most of the stuff from SOAD wasn’t really my thing. Maybe because I heard Mr. Bungle first…

          • W.

            It’s actually pretty good!

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            ..

      • CONAN THE MOTHERFUCKING KING

        Lets not forget Great White, these guys were once a force to be reckoned with in the blues rock/metal scene. Once bitten was obscenely good. Rock me, lady redlight, mistreater, save your love. Top notch. Their album covers smoked the competition too.

        • Kevin Nash and Friends

          How the hell is Great White not on this list? Is it because of the site who won’t be named and their coverage of them? I have a copy of Hooked on cassette and it was good. I wouldn’t see them live though since the Station fire happened, I can’t forgive them for that.

          • CONAN THE MOTHERFUCKING KING

            Hooked was their last good album. I saw them on the alice cooper trash tour in 89, it was a good show. That whole fire was a fucking tragedy, equal blame has to be layed on the club owner too i think. The singer jack russell was always an alcoholic and drug addict even during the times the band was on top. Then when that fire happened he just went off the deep end with the drugs and drink and basically almost fucking died. And i don’t blame him for it, having to live with that guilt must be excruciating. Now there is two great whites, one band is called great white and have Terry Iilous from the 80’s band XYZ (if you remember them) on vocals , it’s the shits he can’t duplicate russell’s GW material at all. Then there is the second band called Jack Russell’s great white. A sad state of affairs. They will always have a black cloud over their heads.

          • Kevin Nash and Friends

            I remember XYZ, but barely. I have never seen Alice Cooper though and I hope to remedy that someday.

  • Kevin Nash and Friends

    Street Sharks was an amazing show.

    • W.

      Agreed. I used to love it when I was a kid.

      • Kevin Nash and Friends

        I’m downloading it right now so I can watch it again.

  • Pagliacci is Kvlt

    How could you forget American Sharks’ “Iron Lungs” (nsfw)?

    http://vimeo.com/88453651

    • W.

      Mea culpa, clown. I totally forgot about this,

    • These dudes are from my town. Great band.

      • Pagliacci is Kvlt

        Based on this video, I want to visit your town.

        • W.

          Austin is a happening place, duder.

        • You would have fun. Everyone does. No fun is not allowed.

          • I actually have a couple college friends in Austin. They work at a design studio called Chaotic Moon. They do really cool shit, and they get to play with awesome things like the Oculus Rift.

          • I know some folks there! It seems like a rad spot.

  • Tyree
  • God
    • W.

      That’s a good one too.

  • Scrimm
    • W.

      He looks like Jabber Jaw.

  • Sight Vnseen

    …..

    • Xan

      That sounds like a fun night.

  • Guacamole Jim

    Japanese submarine slammed two torpedoes into our side, chief. It was comin’ back, from the island of Tinian to Laytee, just delivered the bomb. The Hiroshima bomb. Eleven hundred men went into the water. Vessel went down in twelve minutes. Didn’t see the first shark for about half an hour. Tiger. Thirteen footer. You how you know that when you’re in the water, chief? You tell by lookin’ from the dorsal to the tail. What we didn’t know. . . was our bomb mission had been so secret, no distress signal had been sent. They didn’t even list us overdue for a week. Very first light, chief. The sharks come cruisin’. Se we formed ourselves into tight groups. You know it’s. . . kinda like ol’ squares in a battle like a, you see on a calender, like the battle of Waterloo. And the idea was, the shark comes to the nearest man and that man, he’d start poundin’ and hollerin’ and scream’ and sometimes the shark would go away. Sometimes he wouldn’t go away. Sometimes that shark, he looks right into you. Right in your eyes. You the thing about a shark, he’s got. . . lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll’s eye. When he comes at ya, doesn’t seem to be livin’. Until he bites ya and those black eyes roll over white. And then, ah then you hear that terrible high pitch screamin’ and the oceans turn red and spite of spite of all the poundin’ and the hollerin’ they all come in and rip you to pieces. Y’know by the end of that first dawn, lost a hundred men. I don’t know how many sharks, maybe a thousand. I don’t know how many men, they averaged six an hour. On Thursday mornin’ chief, I bumped into a friend of mine, Herbie Robinson from Cleveland. Baseball player, bosun’s mate. I thought he was asleep, reached over to wake him up. Bobbed up and down in the water, just like a kinda top. Up ended. Well. . . he’d been bitten in half below the waist. Noon the fifth day, Mr. Hooper, and Lockheed Ventura saw us, he swung in low and he saw us. He’s a young pilot, a lot younger than Mr. Hooper, anyway he saw us and come in low. And three hours later a big fat PBY comes down and start to pick us up. You know that was the time I was most frightened? Waitin’ for my turn. I’ll never put on a lifejacket again. So, eleven hundred men went into the water, three hundred and sixteen men come out, the sharks took the rest, June the 29, 1945. Anyway, we delivered the bomb.

    • Howard Dean

      That is a “I just shit myself that was so awesome” type of scene. Robert Shaw was the man. The other actors were legitimately scared of him on set.

    • W.

      Jaws is the best!

    • KJM

      Easily the best scene in that movie.

    • W.
    • Occams_Razor_Ramon

      Here lies the body of Mary Lee, died at the age of a hundred and three, for fifteen years she kept her virginity, not a bad record for this vicinity!

    • geddy

      Great monologues from that character in the film. I like this one:

      You all know me. You know how I earn a livin’. I’ll catch this bird for ya, but it ain’t gonna be easy. Bad fish! Not like goin’ down to the pond chasing bluegills or tommycats. This shark will swallow you whole. Shakin’. Tenderizin’. Down you go.

      Now we got to do it quick.That’ll bring back the tourists and it’ll put all your businesses on a payin’ basis. But it’s not gonna be pleasant. I value my neck a lot more than three thousand bucks, Chief. I’ll find him for three, but I’ll catch him and kill him for ten.

      You’ve got to make up your minds. Gonna stay alive and ante up? Or want to play it cheap, be on welfare the whole winter. I don’t want no volunteers. I don’t want no mates. There’s too many captains on this island. Ten thousand dollars for me by myself. For that, you get the head, the tail, the whole damn thing.

      • W.

        This movie is so quotable.

  • Howard Dean

    That Municipal Waste track was the first one that came to mind when I thought about shark-related metal.

    On a related note, a guy in my office went to Heavy MTL last weekend. I recommended he see the Municipal Waste and Exodus sets. He watched Lamb of God and Hatebreed instead.

    I haven’t really forgiven him.

    • Its Unforgivable. I love Lamb of God, but Exodus with Zetro on vox wouldn’t be something to pass up.

  • Cock of Steele

    Haha Fast as a Shark came to my mind right as I saw the title. And then looky there.

  • Cock of Steele
    • W.

      I think this is one of those bands I’ve intended to check out but haven’t yet.

  • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL
    • W.

      Great slam!

    • Howard Dean

      Byah!

    • TrickleDownTacoRiff

      W turned me on to this…LOVE IT!

    • Xan

      That artwork is fucking terrifying.

  • Captain Ron Rico

    Memories (emotionally touches eyepatch)

  • KJM

    Candygram…

    • TrickleDownTacoRiff

      a select few of us get that….lol.

      • I’m pretty sure it’s just a dolphin.

        • W.
        • TrickleDownTacoRiff

          snl circa first season…

          • TrickleDownTacoRiff

            Knock knock…
            Who is it?
            Candygrahm…

          • KJM

            Mailman…

          • TrickleDownTacoRiff

            landshark
            hahaha ( opens door and gets devoured)

          • geddy

            Have you ever read Hunter S. Thompson? Check out my links to The Great Shark Hunt in a reply elsewhere in these comments.

          • TrickleDownTacoRiff

            I read fear and loathing about 20 years ago. I found him to be a tad drug heavy for my
            liking as things changed in my life. Dude ended ugly, an incoherent babbling vegetable much like Timothy Leary imo. A shame really they were both talented men.

          • TrickleDownTacoRiff

            Yes. I read Fear and Loathing about 25 years ago. I actually used to embrace his lifestyle. I made changes over the years and his material didn’t hold the same appeal for me as its so drug infused. I had the same experience with Buchowksi. Hunter and Timothy ended up basically vegetables which is what happens if you live that way and actually live past 40. Its a shame really, very talented people but that’s some hard living after all the initial attraction wears off, really hard.

  • Meshuggah – Attacked by a Shark

    • W.

      Tyree posted it above. I’m really surprised I had never heard it.

      • whoops. i blew it!

        • W.

          You’re still a-okay in my book, Jimmy.

          • thanks man. i was at another site getting a little riled up. i really gotta cut that out!

          • W.

            Stop hurting yourself, Jimmy.

  • Cock of Steele
    • W.

      I love this. I sometimes find myself laughing about ti when I think of it.

      • Cock of Steele

        “Why is that pink thong running so fast?” The one thing I can never forget from this movie.

  • Occams_Razor_Ramon

    I’m so glad to see Street Sharks. Slammu was a badass

    • W.

      It was like TMNT for shark enthusiasts.

      • Occams_Razor_Ramon

        Do you remember Jabber Jaw?

        • W.

          You bet. His “nyah nyah nyah” laugh is a staple in my home.

  • IronLawnmower
  • geddy

    Speaking of sharks – this guy embodied the power and force of a hungry lord of the deep and layed waste to the then current musical landscape with this one album.

    Here – enjoy this documentary:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_hZ-Z_4ZVg

    • W.

      Bowie is great!

  • geddy

    The Great White Shark Song!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsp4CvENFU0

  • KJM
  • Mother Shabubu III

    Remember when Shark Week was about the science of sharks and not just about them jumping out of the water, or being abnormally big?

    PS: Somehow the “science” networks managed to ruin Shark Week too. I turned on Discovery to find some shark talk show and they were talking to two mechanics, the dude from Machete, and had three coasters with Dunkin Donuts coffee on the with the label pointed out so everyone knows who sponsors it. It was awful and shows how bankrupt we have become. I JUST WANT TO LEARN SOMETHING.

    • W.

      That’s why you should watch NatGeo’s Sharkfest, bro!

    • Captain Ron Rico

      Discovery channel’s just turned it into “shark attack week”

  • Christian Molenaar

    Though not about sharks, this KISS song seems to fit the description of that Accept track.
    This song is a killer jam: check!
    one of the earliest uses of double-bass drums in metal that I can recall: Restless and Wild: 1982, Music from The Elder: 1981! oh yeah!*
    Plus, it would be the best possible song for snorting coke before riding into battle on a
    great white while shooting harpoons at your enemies: probably!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f13rDfQNf0Q
    *depending on your definition of metal…Keith Moon, Ginger Baker and Mitch Mitchell from The Jimi Hendrix Experience (among others) all used double bass throughout the sixties, and if you read my dinosaur metal post I’m sure you could find a million examples.

    • W.

      You raise a valid point. I’ve never considered KISS metal, but some people do.

      • Christian Molenaar

        Pretty sure this video is the most metal thing ever created:
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgkLhfiGIqY

        • W.

          I can always count on you to put me in my place 😉

      • CONAN THE MOTHERFUCKING KING

        i consider the 2 vinnie vincent albums creatures of the night and lick it up as metal, or at least the closest to metal kiss ever got. Animalize was iffy but revenge from 92 was definitely metal. If you have heard the song unholy you would agree. The only kiss albums i listen to are those 4. Incidentally with the exception of animalize all three of them have the much maligned vinnie vincent as guitarist and/or co-writer of the best songs. In my opinion vincent was the most talented of the kiss guitarists. Ace is unfuckable with when sober but his technical ability is zilch. Vincent smokes kulick and thayer. Thayer was much better with the 80’s band black n blue. Simmons produced their first 2 albums and always stayed in touch with thayer leading to his now being the pretend ace in kiss. He is shit on but who is going to turn down a gig with kiss, i’m sure it pays better than playing bars with a washed up hair band.

        Unwanted kiss story of the day, hahhahhahhah

        • geddy

          ‘&5 – ’78’ KISS at their peak – they actually were the hottest band in the world at that point. No other version of the band has been as good. Oh sure, other more technically proficient players have passed through the band, but com’on – those few years featuring the original members – nothing has topped it.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeUosbClag8

    • CONAN THE MOTHERFUCKING KING

      eric carr was the best kiss drummer without a doubt. His drum sound on creatures was Bonhamesque. Also probably the most humble and decent guy who was ever in the band.

  • geddy
  • Xan

    Sharks have interested me from the time I was about ten years old. I got the shit scared out of me while vacationing in Florida last year. I was in the ocean and I heard a bunch people screaming on the shore. I looked down and to my surprise, and horror, a shark swam within about a foot of my feet. I made a noise that sounded like someone being strangled and calmly but swiftly made my way out of that shit.

  • geddy

    Female sharks are of particular concern when confronted with the male of the species that is homo sapiens. They will eat you alive!

    “You do know how to whistle, don’t you Steve? You just put your lips together and blow”.
    R.I.P. Lauren Bacall.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJbxXRZ0KDM

  • Hayden Clifford

    Ok I know this is metalcore and all of you will hate it but it’s still a good song.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaQMioSlZtE

  • geddy

    Fuck, man – how could we forget to mention DR. FUCKING EVIL. and sharks with Frickin Laser Beams???

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bh7bYNAHXxw

  • crazytaco_12
  • RuIN?

    While I think that Dez’ vocals are generic and has a non-existent range. I really enjoy early DD.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Y812fa6GDw