terça-feira, 15 de dezembro de 2009

Dos históricos

The world wide web has been abound with speculation on a possible "Big Four" tour for several months. Now, the UK/European Sonisphere can exclusively reveal that Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax will play together for the first time in history, in a move that will have metalheads across the globe frenzied with excitement.

Says Lars Ulrich/Metallica of this historic announcement: "Who would have thought that more than 25 years after its inception, thrash metal's big 4 would not only still be around and more popular than ever, but will now play together for the first time...what a mindfuck! Bring it on!"

"It's about fucking time this happened," says Slayer's Kerry King, "and about time the fans finally get what they want. This is fucking awesome."

Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian agrees, commenting on the enormity of the announcement.

"People have been talking about these four bands playing together since 1984. That's twenty-six years of expectation!! And the thing is, I believe not only will we live up to the expectations, we will shatter them! No other four bands as influential as the four of us have ever done this. Imagine if The Beatles, Stones, the Who and Zeppelin had done shows? Or Sabbath, Priest, Maiden, Motorhead? Well, I may be getting into some rarified air here but as a fan, that's how big I feel this is."

These four legendary acts broke out of the underground thrash movement to dominate the metal world in the 1980s, selling millions of records and packing arenas across the globe. The metal giants have never before all shared the same stage, despite huge demand. But on June 16, 2010, Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax will take to the Sonisphere stage at Bemowo Airport, Poland, to make the dreams of headbangers the world over become a reality. A second Big Four appearance is planned for Sonisphere Czech Republic three days later, with more Sonisphere shows featuring the awesome combo to be announced in the coming days and weeks.

"This is a 'once-in-a-lifetime' opportunity for heavy metal fans to see the four greatest heavy metal bands in American history back together on one stage," concludes Megadeth main man Dave Mustaine. "If there are any heads left at the end of this festival that haven't banged, they don't belong there."


Ora aqui está algo que não se vê todos os dias. Nem lá perto. Como diz o outro lorde - "é a puxar tuuuuuudo" :)

6 comentários:

Helder Rodrigues disse...

tiago, é com grande emoçao que vejo as tuas palavras.... citaste-me! :'(

slayer era mesmo a puxar tudo mano... ahahahah raining blood :P

Helder Rodrigues disse...

olha ti, tenho de ter uma conversa muito seria contigo!

pah, ouves grandes sonoros e falamos muito de musica.
e ha um grupo que te esta a faltar.
se calhar nao entra ah primeira... estranha-se depois entranha-se...

TOOL.... tu tens pesquizar bem isto, é perfeição e a inspiraçao de muitos grandes musicos! e melhor, ainda temos oportunidade de os ver os dia, pois é o concerto que falhei que mais me deixa pena!

Tiago de la Rocha disse...

Por acaso ainda não falamos de Tool, nem aqui nem ao vivo, mas eu adoro Tool e oiço bastante. lol APC também, mas menos. Mas Tool adoro. lol

Helder Rodrigues disse...


Ja ouviste? Projecto do zack de la rocha com o baterista de Mars Volta...

Helder Rodrigues disse...

pah, mudo as palavras. Não é engraçado! tou a curtir totil!
como duas pessoas fazem um sonoro daqueles...

Tiago de la Rocha disse...

Mars Volta é muito bom, e com o Zack já se sabe, só saem grandes cenas. vou explorar, logo deixo aqui um comment à cena.