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About Fist

Greetings and salutations. Call me Fist, I'm a proud Kentuckian and I've used metal to help me get through the suffering of living in the bible belt. I am an encyclopedia of metal. I'm a fan of all types of metal. My main goal here is to help people find more music they will fall in love with. Hope you enjoy our words! \m/

Hints On How To Get An Online Divorce

Hints on how to get an online divorce

You might be wondering, how all of these changes in the world happened so quickly? Well, the fact that you can see all of them is already a big thing. Most people just live their lives without realizing how many things are changing around them. Moreover, they feel like the world is just standing at one point. Well, that is thanks to the fact that most of the changes that come nowadays are coming from the fields that are related to computers. And with such a constant growth, the computer field is quite hard to follow. Therefore, we feel like nothing is changing around us at all. However, it surely is. One of the latest things that happened to work people is the fact that they are now able to move online. The companies are closing their offices to move most of the workload online. That is extremely good for them, as they are saving tons of money on the office rent and maintenance. And the workers are all fine with the changes, as they are also willing to work from home, rather than having to do to the office every day. Yet, some of the changes are not as noticeable, yet big. A great example is a fact that you do not need to get out of your house to be able to marry. There are tons of online services that would do everything for you. However, even using the best online divorce service, you are not going to get an easy divorce today. And that is thanks to the fact that people know nothing about this. Therefore, they require some information about the divorce process online. This article is here to help such people out. Continue reading

Rock Songs About School

When it comes to school music, rock songs are among the top genres. Rock musicians have succeeded in mixing rock and roll with education. After all, music education has always been offered in schools. However, in recent years, institutions are excluding music to make room for other subjects in the curriculum.

Rock songs about the school are quite relatable. Students from different schools can relate to the lyrics of almost every song. Even though learners study in different learning environments, they also share common experiences. Services like do my homework ensure you have a smooth learning experience in school.

Here are rock songs about the school you might recognize.

 

1.     Rock’ n’ Roll High School

The most impactful experiences that remain with students are usually got from high school. Even though students change as they grow, high school experiences shape all of us. Rock’ n’ Roll High School by the Ramones is a rock song that talks about typical high school experiences.

The song expresses typical Ramones fashion with lines like ‘I just wanna get some chicks’. Isn’t that what high school is about. Every boy wants a girlfriend, and every girl wants a boyfriend. The song was recorded and released in 1979. It has since had many variations over the years, but it maintains the same message.

Even after all these years, high school is still about wanting new shoes and being cool. So far, there are three versions of this song, and even though none of them charted in the U.S., the first version took 67th place on U.K. singles chart.

2.     School by Nirvana

As the name suggests, this is a rock song about school. It is a big hit from the Seattle gods. The song was part of a 1989 album called Bleach. The song’s storyline highlight bullying in high school. An oversized bully is featured taking another kid’s lunch money, leaving him with nothing to eat throughout the day. Nirvana spent just $600 on the production of the song, and it turned out to be a hit song.

3.     School’s Out by Alice Cooper

School’s Out is a 1972 anthem in which Alice Cooper threatens never to come back to school. I bet high school students can relate to this feeling. High school is fun, but it can be overwhelming sometimes. Students are always looking forward to the summer break.

This song was inspired by a phrase characters liked to use in the Bowery Boys movies. These movies run between 1946-1958. The song was released in 1972 when school was really out. To date, Alice Cooper’s song is an anthem for summer breaks.

4.     Hot for Teacher by Van Halen

Van Halen’s 1984 Hot for Teacher video took the world by storm. It’s a controversial song about boys having a crush on their teacher. Ever since the release of the sixth studio album, the band has not made another song.

Hot for teacher was the fourth and final single in their first-ever album. The band featured adults and school going kids. Many parents frowned upon the song because it featured sexually suggestive lyrics.

5.     Smokin’ in the Boys Room by Mötley Crüe

This rock song is yet another literal representation of life in high school. Smokin’ in the Boys Room is a song from Mötley Crüe’s 1985’s Theatre of Pain album. Boys always smoke in the washrooms even though if they get caught; they’d suffer the consequences. Mötley Crüe band members are still alive to date.

Conclusion

Rock songs about school have a relatable illustration of how high school was and still is. Judging from the songs, high school is fun, but it can be overwhelming sometimes. Students are always looking forward to summer vacations. Listening to old school rock songs about school brings back memories of your glory days.

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College writings are one of the most burdensome and overwhelming tasks that students have to deal with. Not only do they have to comprehend what their academic writing assignments necessitate of them but also ensure they meet and adhere to the quality standards of essay writing. Additionally, students need to ensure that their articles are error-free and top-notch. Thus, this poses a challenge to many of them. But, you should not worry about anything when it comes to managing your paper writing assignments. Your professors may ask you to practice writing on a regular basis o perfect your academic writing skills. However, that is not enough to enable you to become a professional. You can also consider seeking professional writing help from a reliable essay writing service. Continue reading

State Of The Art: Fargo’s SWING LOW [Album Streams]

Swing Low are a 4 piece Hardcore band from Fargo, North Dakota. These guys would make any old school hardcore fan proud with the music they have created. They include the basic elements of hardcore, but they also include their own spin and a modern take as well making them more unique than your average hardcore band. Fargo is one lucky city to have these guys playing shows around that area. Swing Low released their debut EP ‘MMXIV’ on September 21, 2014. The album was recorded at Howl Street Recordings by Shane Hochstetler (Satan’s Dealer, Corpse Donor, Speed Freaks). They followed that up with another EP titled ‘Learned Ignorace’ which released January 25, 2016. This time the band recorded with Aric Ficek at Winterland Studios. The next release by the band came on July 10, 2017 in the form of a split with the band War Prayer. Swing Low contributed two songs to the split including “Malice” and “Regression.” When the band was in the studio recording for the split they also recorded an additional track which they held onto for 6 months and released on January 6, 2018. The single was a cover of Disembodied’s “Gone.” Disembodied is a hardcore punk band that formed in 1995 in Minnesota. They reunited in 2008 and 2 of the founding members also formed Martyr A.D. when the band originally broke up. Last May Swing Low released 2 tracks on what they called the ‘Summer Promo.’ The two tracks include “Death Tax” and “Built From Shame” and is the most recent release from the band. One thing to note is that the band has recorded every release in a different studio and producer/mixer. I believe this has aided in keeping their music fresh and allows them to let their music progress. Continue reading

STATIC-X Announce UK/EURO Tour With SOIL, DOPE & WEDNESDAY 13

 

The original Static-X line-up from the 1999 platinum-selling debut full-length album, Wisconsin Death Trip – bassist Tony Campos, guitarist Koichi Fukuda and drummer Ken Jay – are putting the finishing touches on their seventh studio album, entitled ‘Project Regeneration’ which is set to release sometime in November. The album will feature 12 brand new Static-X tracks and contains several vocal performances and musical compositions by the late great Wayne Static who passed away on November 1, 2014. Along with the help of Static-X’s long-time producer Ulrich Wild, the band is in the process of completing the album now. Continue reading

Drummer Sam McCandless Re-Joins COLD; On Tour Now!

 

Cold fans had a wonderful surprise Thursday night (August 29th) when the band kicked off their Broken Human Tour in Teaneck, New Jersey at Debonair Music Hall. The tour; their first in 8 years is in support of the bands sixth studio album ‘The Things We Can’t Stop’ set to release September 13 via Napalm Records. On January 14, 2018 Cold announced that drummer and one of the founding members of the band Sam McCandless would not be joining the band on the new album or tour to pursue other commitments and to work on his other band The Cocky Bitches. Sam is beloved by fans and is an integral part of the band, not to mention he is a tremendously talents drummer that puts on an amazing show. Sam was Stepping in to fill some big shoes was drummer Ethan York. Ethan has spent the last year or so with the band. Fans were shocked when they arrived for the first date of the bands current tour to see none other than Sam McCandless with the band. Some initially thought he may just be there to see the show and support the band, but when the lights turned down and the band made their way to the stage Sam made his way to his throne behind the drum kit. He later confirmed to a member of the fan group Cold Army that he was back in Cold permanently. Continue reading

Review: DOWNTREND – ‘4’ EP [Lyric Video]

Downtrend formed in 2004 and has went through a few lineup changes since then. The band retains founding members Josh Crum and Jeremy Chaney. Long time member drummer J.D. Hall takes his seat behind the drum kit adding his style and showmanship to the band. Hall and Chaney were also formerly bandmates in the crushingly heavy group Voices Of Aggression. The chemistry among these three gents is amazing, which can be heard in their music and seen live when they take the stage. Mike Jackson has been the voice of the band for over a decade, after a brief departure from the band he has returned to his home behind the microphone. In the bands 10+ years their sound has changed and progressed but the biggest thing about the band is the heart and passion they have for music. Continue reading

Beloved Kentucky Band P.Y.L.O.T. Releases Discography On Streaming Services!

P.Y.L.O.T. was a staple in the South Central Kentucky music scene during the early to mid 2000’s. They have just announced for the first time they are making their entire discography available for online streaming services everywhere. For those unfamiliar with P.Y.L.O.T. they formed in 2000 in Glasgow, Kentucky by founding members Wes Buchanan- Guitar & Programming, Tony Oswald- Vocals, Cody Meek- Guitar and “Shep” aka Matt Shepherd- Bass, while they were still attending Glasgow High School. The had a proggressive sound with some elements of industrial metal. P.Y.L.O.T. featured both beautiful melodic vocals as well as intense aggressive screams. The quartet jammed for a few years with a drum machine providing the beats. Wade Tucker joined the band in 2002 as P.Y.L.O.T.’s  first drummer, although they still implemented the drum machine in most all their songs. In 2004 Wade Tucked exited the band making way for drummer Matt Devore to join the founding members of the band and remained with them until their final show in May of 2008. Continue reading

QUIET RIOT To Release ‘Hollywood Cowboys’ Via Frontiers Music [Debut Single Stream]

Quiet Riot is a rock & roll phenomenon. Widely known as the first heavy metal band to top the US pop charts, the Los Angeles quartet became a global sensation thanks to their monsterous smash hit 1983 album, ‘Metal Health.’ That album topped the Billboard album charts for several months and the follow up album, ‘Condition Critical’ went double platinum. The band has continued to record (a total of 11 studio albums) and tour throughout their 30 + year history. The only remaining original member Frankie Banali’s history with Quiet Riot spans over 34 years and he has the distinction of being the only member of Quiet Riot to have recorded on every single Quiet Riot release. The band has now announced a November 8th release date for their upcoming album ‘Hollywood Cowboys.’ The album features 12 stunning tracks and was produced by Fankie Banali. The first single from the album “Don’t Call it Love,” is available for streaming below. Pre-order the album and stream the single here. Continue reading

UNLEASH THE ARCHERS To Release ‘Explorers’ EP; Includes 2 Cover Songs! [Teaser Video]

Unleash The Archers return with their new EP ‘Explorers,’ to be released on October 11, 2019 via Napalm Records, only two years after having released their smashing album ‘Apex.’ The EP will feature two cover songs. The first single to be released on August 30, 2019 is called “Northwest Passage”, originally written and performed by Stan Rogers. For those unfamiliar with Stan Rogers he was a baritone Canadian folk singer who released 10 albums and 2 greatest hits releases. Rogers was killed alongside 22 other passengers most likely of smoke inhalation on June 2, 1983, while traveling on Air Canada Flight 797 from Dallas, Texas to Toronto. Unleash The Archers have chosen to cover the song “Northwest Passage” which is the title track from Roger’s 1981 release. The second track on the EP is a cover of the Teaze song “Heartless World.” Teaze was a Canadian hard rock band that was active from 1975-1981. The band released four studio albums and a live album recorded in Japan. “Heartless World” comes from the bands 1979 album ‘One Night Stands.’ Both tracks on the ‘Explorers’ EP are meant to pay homage to Canadian artists. Continue reading