Sound Off: What piece of gear deserves a flush?

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The musical instrument & supplies store business is a $6 billion industry. Skim through any Musician’s Friend or Sweetwater catalog and you’ll quickly learn there’s a brobdingnagian assload of gear out there for players of every level, and every level in between those levels: from the n00b bedroom shredder who can barely scrape together $100 for their first Ibanez, to the retired surgeon in the gated community who builds a fully-functional humidity-controlled basement studio just to show off his stable of expensive vintage axes.

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“Ring ’em up. All of them. I own six Jaguars.”

However it’s the player, not the gear itself, which gives these tools their memorability and potency. In the right hands, just about any instrument can be transformed into a lightning rod of creativity, used to record timeless albums or awe-inspiring displays of talent that can forever become attached to their most well-known players.

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Some gear is an immaculately-forged Excalibur straight from the Gods of Metal themselves. Some gear simply fills the bill and gets the job done just fine, thanks. And some gear just plain fucking sucks, has no redeeming qualities, is pretentious and/or annoying as all hell and should be burned in a flaming landfill of diapers for all eternity (for example: something that rhymes with “Moss Betalzone”).

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“Oh god he’s using that thing again…”

What single piece of music gear is just begging to be flushed down the darkest, dankest, filthiest toilet ov hell?

  • Is it the embodiment of a particularly reviled trend in metal that needs to fuck off and die already?
  • Is it something you’ve owned/used/abused and found to be as desirable as a ticket to an Emmure concert?
  • Or is it a time-tested & classic (i.e., clichéd) item you’re really fucking tired of seeing/hearing everywhere?

Share your opinions & experiences in the comments.

  • I’m commenting now because I can and because I’ll be stuck in meetings when this goes live (suck it non-mods!)

    I hate Stratocasters and I’m not a fan of most Strat players (looking at you Yngwie & Clapton).

    • Leif Bearikson

      Tele > Strat. But Les Paul > all.

      • Yeah right! We all know this is the only guitar worth playing:

        • pigchop™

          or this?

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            I raise you 4 Michael Angelo Batio’s

          • pigchop™

            I’ll see that and raise you this!

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            (folds hand)

    • pigchop™

      all strats? hmm. I’m going to assume you are speaking of stock starts. You have to think there are some bad ass modified starts out there.

      • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

        Joe must not have ever played on a decent EVH Frankenstrat. That, and select San Dimas Charvels are the sole exception

        • You are correct. I’d like to give it a try though!

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            the key is making sure the neck is a D neck, with compound radius, and 25.5 scale

    • Howard Dean
      • CONAN THE MOTHERFUCKING KING

        malmsteen is still the man, today’s guitar dgentlemen aren’t fit to wipe the sweat from his brow.

    • Scrimm

      I don’t like Fender in general, but Maiden all play Strats, so I have to give them kind of a pass.

    • TrickleDownTacoRiff

      Booo! downvoted (sorry bruh)

  • Howard Dean
    • I love this band

    • I’m with you, HD.

      • Howard Dean

        I AM THE WARGOD

      • Simon Phoenix

        I liked Cold Steel though.

    • Mother Shabubu III

      What irks me is they sound like they are incomplete songs. Like when a band is waiting for the vocalist to get off his ass and record something.

      THIS is how you do it. Something gripping, and much too complex to translate into vocals. It’s strong enough where there is no need to have them either.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNYOTVKpj3Q

    • George Clarke

      more like animals as losers amirite

      this song is also pretty bad tho

  • Not gear per se, but can the flanger effect go ahead and fuck off already? It’s 2014.

  • Tyree

    One of the biggest pieces of shit right here. I got this back when I was freshmen in high school because I thought it was totally cool because it had Joey Jordison’s name on it. I learned quickly as I got older that most signature equipment is just a money making scam.

    • IronLawnmower

      That looks ugly as shit. Bet it sounded like shit too.

      • Tyree

        You bet it dose. Now I have this epic piece of a snare. 0 flushes!

        • IronLawnmower

          Damn.

          • Tyree

        • Dat glitter.

        • TrickleDownTacoRiff

          story please…why is this snare killer?

          • Tyree

            Actually it came with the Mahogany Maters Classic kit which I got on sale at Dales Drum shop in Harrisburg PA 6 years back. The tone and resonance of the snare is just beautiful. The Mahogany really gives the snare a warm low end and a good punch when hit. When I tighten up the drum head out this it gives a good grindy ring to when blasting. Great versatile snare.

          • TrickleDownTacoRiff

            sounds great…is the rest of the kit killer as well? got pics?

          • Tyree

            When I get home I’ll take some more but yeah the kit rules! I need to get new drum heads though. Mine are pretty shot.

          • TrickleDownTacoRiff

            cool! thx

    • Howard Dean

      I like its tribal tattoos.

    • Leif Bearikson

      I generally hate signature stuff, but I have an LTD Hetfield sig and I love it. Seriously one of the best all around guitars I’ve ever played.

      • pigchop™

        There are exceptions, but for the most part, signature instruments are just not worth the asking prices.

      • Scrimm

        Any ltd is great. They are all I play now.

    • pigchop™

      so many plywood and paper weight signature instruments out there…commanding monster prices!

    • Mother Shabubu III

      I have Danny Carey’s signature drum and I love the way it sounds.

      • Tyree

        Is that the Sonor one?

        • Mother Shabubu III

          Yep. Got lucky on eBay so I didn’t have to drop 800 dollars or whatever outrageous cost a new one goes for.

          • Tyree

            NICE! I’d like to hit dat.

    • Guppusmaximus

      Unless it is was the
      WSD-13AJ from Yamaha (Akira Jimbo signature snare)

  • Here’s a controversial one: The HM-2 pedal. Yes, the key to the Swedish death metal guitar tone. While we do have it to thank for some excellent Swedeath and crunchy guitar tones, the pedal itself is VERY easy to screw up your tone with and sound awful. I cannot tell you how many crappy bands I’ve sat through with their HM-2s set with the mids scooped shittily and just destroying my ears with horrible tone.

    • Scrimm

      I use an HM-2 and I love it.

    • The Satan Ov Nvklear Hell

      People forget, entombed and dismember knew what they were doing with their pedals. Or well, dismember went for the “IT’S NEVER ENOUGH DISTORTION” when I saw them live, they had TWO HM-2s hooked up with everything at max.

    • Max

      The point I’d make is that worshipping specific pedal models is pointless when they’re all eventually going to go out of production, as the HM-2 has. Either come up with your own sound, or find ways to ape the “classic” one using whatever’s at hand – with the added bonus that you’ll learn something about how sound works while you’re trying to achieve it. Just using what the pros use is a sure-fire path to creative stagnation.

  • W.

    The bassist from Veil of Maya plays this, but I’m fairly certain he only uses like two of those strings. http://www.returntothepit.com/rttppics/veil_of_maya015_901543.jpg

    • I’ve seen them live a few times, and that mother fucker can play some bass, though.

    • Cock ov Steele

      My drummer who loves them (he knows I fucking hate the band) always sends or shows me videos of their bassist doing some fancy schmancy tapping solo thing and being all like “you can’t do that, can you?” He knows I’m a shit tapper, kind of a dick thing to do to your own band member I must say.

      • Elite Extremophile

        Me and my guitarist have competitions sometimes to see who can make the other feel the most inadequate. Right now I’m winning with chon.

      • Scrimm

        Curse of the bassist. My old band used to do that shit to me. Fuck those guys.

        • Cock ov Steele

          I’m not a big fan of tapping in the first place.

          • Scrimm

            Me either.

  • Metaphysical Anus

    One doesn’t need this many strings on a bass!

    • W.

      Is that a freaking autoharp?

      • Metaphysical Anus

        Oh how I wish it were. What do you even do with 12 stringed bass?

  • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

    OH THAT”S EASY. FLUSH THESE TWO PIECES OF SHIT

    • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

      also

      • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

        srry for double post disqus is all fucked up today

    • We were all thinking it…f’real though, both of those are undoubtedly some of the most powerful pieces of gear ever built but everyone uses them for the exact same terrible tone (though I guess that is kind of the point of the Kemper). Hate the player, not the gear, I guess…

      • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

        give me valves or give me death

  • pigchop™

    Right off the top of my head – Boss Metal Zone. Way too many people immediately crap on this pedal without fully exploring it’s possibilities. Granted – stock, it is limited. However, there are mods available that transform this thing into a beast. Careful – not all mods being advertised are holy. Robert Keeley does some good work.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76UCtofBtU0

    • Max

      It’s unfairly maligned. Sure, if you’re going for the Entombed sound, it won’t give it to you straight up like an HM-2 would. But if you used it, even un-modded, in conjunction with other pedals you can still very easily achieve the sound. It’s about knowing how equalization and distortion interact with each other in the signal chain.

  • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

    BOSS needs to bring back SLOW GEAR

  • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

    FLUSH THIS TOO

  • Leif Bearikson

    Can we just get rid of the 4 trillion custom guitar makers that all make 8 string, natural finished, super strat style guitars with EMGs?

    • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

      please

    • ChuggaChuggaDeedleyDoo

      ^This. I used to have a thing for natural finished guitars until everyone and their brother started building boutique bolt on neck Blackmachine copies like this and selling them for like 5 grand or something ridiculous like that

      • Leif Bearikson

        And every Djent band has an arsenal of the fucking things.

  • ChuggaChuggaDeedleyDoo

    Highly overrated/overpriced metal gear trends I’ve tried personally:

    Bareknuckle pickups; Protone pedals; 27″ scale 7 strings; and most of all, the M-Steel strings from ernie ball + the NYXL strings from D’Addario–12 dollars for a single pack of strings is just absurd

    • pigchop™

      I’ve heard good things about the bareknuckles lines – which ones did you try?

      • ChuggaChuggaDeedleyDoo

        Aftermath. There are comparable options from Dimarzzio or seymour Duncan which I like better and are much cheaper. Aftermaths were a bit ice picky

  • Warheart

    7th string guitars.

    • Scrimm

      I love my LTD 7 string. Since we tune to B it’s perfect. I don’t see whats wrong with having more possibilities on your instrument. Unless it is drop tuned. I hate that shit.

      • Warheart

        Me too. It’s just kind of a personal hate I have with this kind of equipment, I stick to 6 strings, but if it works for you, that’s cool.

        • Scrimm

          Most of mine are 6 as well, but it’s great to have one naturally in that tuning without a floyd rose.

      • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

        of my innumerous guitars…a 7 string is one that I don’t have.

        • Scrimm

          I got it for 75 bucks off a guy at our studio and it’s been awesome. My main guitar is a 6 now, but I used that 7 exclusively for years.

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            there’s a pawn shop near my office that has them from time to time….I have my heart set on one of those Ibanez Iron Label S models….but those don’t show up in pawn yet….too new

          • Scrimm

            My drummer picked a low end LTD 7 for 199 new and it plays so nice. I actually used it last night cause my axe is having electrical problems.

      • dingus

        Same, I pretty shamelessly ape SYL and have mine in Open C with a low G on the 7th string, don’t really need any more than that though.

  • I hate this ugly guitar too http://i.ebayimg.com/00/z/6b0AAOxyM89ScRwT/$T2eC16V,!)sFIYOyFS,IBScRwS8DTg~~_32.JPG

    • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

      lose the pick guard and put a Sustainiac in the neck and that would be a hot guitar

      • That shape just makes me want to punch it

        • But it has devil horns man. Whats more metal than that?

        • I have to disagree, my dream guitar is an indigo sg with the titanomachy depicted on the body and physics formulas in the inlays

    • Jointsalot

      I hate those bridges as well

  • ChuggaChuggaDeedleyDoo

    And fanned frets. Unless you’re Charlie Hunter, then fuck you, and don’t talk to me about how much better the intonation is on a multi scale instrument when you can’t even set the intonation on a regular guitar

    • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

      FLUSH SQUIGGLY WIGGLY’s!!

  • NefariousDude

    Floyd rose bridge. I’d rather tune my guitar excessively than perform brain surgery every time I need new strings.

    • Rizzle01

      I’m just about there. I got a Schecter with a floyd rose thinking it would be the shit but it still goes a little out of tune every time I try to play it. I keep seriously thinking about going back to a normal Ibanez.

      • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

        install a Buzz Feiten system

    • Scrimm

      I used to feel the same way, but since I really took the time to figure it out I can do it in a few minutes.

      • NefariousDude

        I’m out of practice lol

        • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

          install the strings backwards…with the ball on the tuning peg end.

          make sure to stretch your strings adequately

          • NefariousDude

            That’s protocol for me. My biggest issue is balancing tension between the strings and the springs

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            This Ibanez prestige I have has a little wheel on the back of it that lets you dial in the string/spring tension…granted it’s fairly narrow in travel, but it’s pretty cool. I guess the point of it is, if you the tension of 9’s but need the chunk of 11’s you can dial in the same tension on the 11’s as you get naturally on 9’s. I THINK.

          • NefariousDude

            That’s nifty

          • Max

            Hey that’s a thought…rather than snipping the ball off.

  • Rizzle01

    What do you guys think of this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OGoybb7iuQ

    • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

      nuff said

    • pigchop™

      Interesting.

    • Bucket ‘o Blood

      There is nothing in this video that couldn’t be done better with a Hot Hand. Either that or get a Kitara: http://youtu.be/xs6jzjlrBVc

  • The Satan Ov Nvklear Hell

    BC rich in general

    • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

      BLASPHEMY!

      • The Satan Ov Nvklear Hell

        BC Rich make funny shaped guitars with shit pick ups. The new BDSMs suck satan dick. I do love some of the pricier models, and the shapes though. I love my Stealth, but I am never buying a Warlock again.

        ESP is quality my man, I play an ESP LTD V 50 with some EMG 81s in, hooked up to a gorgeous Black Star dual tubed amp. Tone!

        • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

          sometimes I feel like the EMG’s take away from the natural color of quality tube amps

          • The Satan Ov Nvklear Hell

            Some EMGs can cause that, which is why I use the 81s, specifically with a Black Star amp, together I get a nice chalky sound.

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            I have the Zakk set in an Ibanez, and 81/84 in Gib Fly V. I find both to be a little too hot

          • The Satan Ov Nvklear Hell

            Ibanez are always a 50/50 in terms of quality. But god damn I’d love an Iceman

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            my #1 Ibanez is a Prestige J Custom. It’s as good as any other high end axe

        • Scrimm

          I also run an LTD through Blackstar. NICE

          • The Satan Ov Nvklear Hell

            The Blackstar tone in general is great, and on some of the amps, the effects are fun to play around with.

          • Scrimm

            Yeah I have an HT stage 100 and it is pretty versatile.

        • BIBLEFIST

          I played a blackstar ht100 extensively, and couldn’t get a good tone after 5 hours of tweaking. I think blackstars are shit, orange is waaaaaay better for the money, hell you could find a vintage jcm800 for the price of a new ht100. I don’t get why everybody plays them

          • BIBLEFIST

            I picked up a 1976 Garnet Deputy 50 w tube head at a garage sale for $100 and it RAPED the blackstar for tone, and almost got as loud. Tone is subjective though so feel free to ignore my hateful ramblings

          • The Satan Ov Nvklear Hell

            Orange amps can be good, but not my thing. The Black Star is affordable, which is a bonus.

    • Scrimm

      I used to have a Warlock and an American Mockingbird. The Warlock played nice but was constantly falling apart, and the Mockingbird was so top heavy it was useless to me. I fired a bandmember who was borrowing it and I didn’t even bother getting it back.

      • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

        I had one of those stupid yamaha plastic guitars, and it was in a girlfriends car. I broke up with her and never bothered to get it back

        • Scrimm

          I left an amp at an ex’s house I never bothered to get back either.

          • The Satan Ov Nvklear Hell

            I gave a friend my shabby old Dean Razorback as a birthday present once. I had to get the neck replaced with something that wouldn’t break at a slight tug, and a new paint job for it. That thing was too fragile to play.

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            I have a gibson flying v, a newer one, and I dropped the case it was in, and the headstock broke, inside the case. Total shit

          • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

            musta been a Peavy Bandit?

          • Scrimm

            It was actually some kind of peavy, not sure what.

    • Cock ov Steele

      Fuck yeah man MOTHERFUCKING RICH BITCHS. (Cheers heartily as I drive into the sunset blasting Five Finger Death Punch while the coal rolls)

    • Simon Phoenix

      I love many of the bands that use them (like Suffo and The Chasm), but agreed.

      Fuck B.C Rich.

    • Janitor Jim Dvggan

      I love their guitar shapes. I don’t like them besides that one thing.

  • Scrimm

    Personally, I HATE Telecasters. Ugliest fucking guitar ever.

    • CÖÄL RÖLL FRÖM THE TÖILET BÖWL

      agreed.

    • TrickleDownTacoRiff

      ahh but the twang, the twang!

    • Max

      And noisy.

  • Turntables…please do away with turntables and any Broseph who think’s they know how to spin. Exception: Incubus

    Turntables should only be used to play records at 45 rpm and exceedingly high volumes.
    I get a sad face when a record is 33-1/3, which is the majority of them.

  • Pagliacci is Kvlt

    +1 for “brobdingnagian.”

  • pigchop™

    Being that human vocals are an instrument, can we get rid of Geoff Tate?

    • Janitor Jim Dvggan

      I couldn’t agree more. Since that is the case can we also get rid of Fred Durst and the singer of Asking Alexandria?

  • Guppusmaximus

    How about Kirk Hammett & his “wah-Wah” Pedal?!

    • Janitor Jim Dvggan

      Get rid of wah pedals in general. They are garbage and should be eradicated.

  • Jointsalot

    Boss Metal Zone pedal MT2. Recorded with a band a few years back and the other guitarist recorded his parts with one. I can’t even sit through and listen to any of our tracks cause of how much this pedal sucks. Absolute tone killers

  • Gurp

    I’m actually glad I don’t bother trying to play music anymore. Never knew anything about the technical side of things and didn’t practice enough to justify the cost.

  • CONAN THE MOTHERFUCKING KING

    get rid of all the shit, four on the floor, guitar, bass, amps and drums. If you can’t make a righteous racket out of that alone i think it means trouble. And all of it should be bought from a pawn shop.

  • We should get rid of all Dimebag Darrell related equipment, Dime Deans, Dimebuckers, DImebag pedals, etc. Seriously, he died almost a decade ago and they still release new models, what the fuck?

  • Max

    I’m not massively in love with my Axis-X longboards. There’s a few design flaws. For a start, the foot plates aren’t symmetrically-designed and it’s just generic – if they were going to make asymmetrical pedals, should they do a specific “left” and “right” one? A minor but disconcerting issue.

    More seriously, I’ve had the spring un-hook itself a few times. Never during a gig, but if it can happen in rehearsal, it can happen live. When the spring falls off, I’d dread having to scrabble around onstage under dim rock’n’roll lighting to recover it, and then, it’s quite difficult to stretch back onto its catch; so the band would be waiting awhile. Gig momentum killer.

    Back when I was running it as a master-slave double-pedal, I think the drive-shaft used to come loose at the connection-point with the slave sometimes. Overall I just feel the whole thing could’ve been designed better.

    But the worst mistake I made was to purchase the Sonic Hammer beaters. Those things are definitely in the product abortion bin of gear history.

    A few others: The Marshall Valvestate amp. I owned one for literally one day and traded it in after just not being able to get a tone I liked at all. I don’t love it on all the Scott Burns records either.

    And why can’t Roland make a drum pad wider than 12 inches, still? We need a 14″!

    • Scrimm

      Interesting. I had a Valvestate ans really liked it.

      • Max

        Different strokes for different folks. There’s probably a whole lot of CDs in my collection where I love the guitar tone and don’t realize they used a Valvestate. And I’m not a tubes-Nazi. I have just found that in general, Marshall amps of any model don’t seem to do justice to a guitar’s tonal depth at high distortion levels. Personal experience only.

    • Tyree

      I got rid of my Axis-X longboards. I hated them, I had nothing but problems with them. I’ve used the Trick Pro 1-V Detonator Double-Bass Drum Pedal for 3 years now and have had no problems.

      • Max

        Yeah, I’ve got some Trick Pro 1-V Bigfoots as well; I quite like them though I haven’t used them in a while. The reason I kept the Axises is because I’ve got a Roland Electronic kit as well as an acoustic one, and the Tricks won’t properly latch onto the Roland kick-pads because of design differences. I’d really like to sell the Axises though; having two pairs of high-end pedals when you’re not even drumming in a band is a bit much.

        • Tyree

          Ha, I to have a Roland Electronic kit and you are right about them not being able to latch. It’s a pain it the ass to get them to to stay velcroed to the carpet and keep them from not moving.

          • Max

            Actually my Tricks didn’t even come with velcro on the bottom at all; I went out and bought some for the slave pedal. Now that my acoustic kit is double-bass it wouldn’t matter though. I’ve got the sort of set up where the toms and even some cymbal booms are all hung off of the kick drums – there’s no way two bass drums are ever moving forward along the carpet with that much weight on ’em.

            But that’s one thing I could say in favour of the Axis pedals: the velcro claws are pretty serious. You could lift up a rug with them.

          • Tyree

            I had to buy velcro too. I will agree with you that the Axis pedals do stick to the carpet very well.

      • Scrimm

        My drummer got the Axis pedals years ago and they screwed his playing up bad. He went back to the Iron Cobras and its so much better.

  • Janitor Jim Dvggan

    Electronic drums need to be flushed. There is no reason for them sbecause the 80’s have long since ended and no bands use them.

    • Max

      Gotta disagree about the electro-drums, dude. Living in an apartment, if I didn’t have an electro-kit I wouldn’t get to practice at all; acoustic drums would get me turfed out and they’d be impounded. And plus, having been in a band where I had to demo songs for the drummer that I’d written, it was way easier to record and compose on fake drums in a pinch than it would’ve been on real ones. I wouldn’t use ’em for serious recording though.

      • Janitor Jim Dvggan

        Who would use them for serious recording? The only artists I could see doing it are Steve Winwood and Phil Collins in the 80’s and I’m sure they used those.

        • Max

          Probably more would use them than widely believed, even in metal. Nowadays the sounds are a lot more convincing than they used to be; and because you’re playing them rather than just programming them, that adds to the “human element”.

          It could be argued that there’s at least as much “authenticity” in an electro-kit played and recorded in real-time with nuanced and realistic-sounding samples as there is in an acoustic kit which has been played and recorded in real-time but then augmented with Superior Drummer and quantized. Sonically, you’re basically arriving at a similar place from different directions.

          And I know of several famous metal albums (such as Entombed’s Left Hand Path) where the drummer played on a mostly real kit but (say) the toms were electro-pads because for whatever reason they just couldn’t get a decent sound out of the real toms on the day. Most listeners aren’t any the wiser.

  • crazytaco_12

    I’m not a gear hound per se, but I hate fucking latex coated drumsticks, they chew the shit out of your hands and don’t really help to grip a stick better or anything.

  • Janitor Jim Dvggan

    Christian Olde Wolbers of Fear Factory needs to be flushed. He personifies crappy industrial metal bass playing and I just hate him. I want to kick him off a catwalk in a steel factory into a vat of molten metal. Also, flush Korn because I hate them and their crappy style. They did not deserve fame because there were so many other bands like Union Underground and Factory 81 that deserved fame and never got it.

  • Fart Johnson

    Eyo the Metal Zone is the shit as a boost pedal.