Yes, it is perfect…hard to find, but when you do, you just know its right.
I hate to see a guy who likes metal with a girl that doesn’t like..
Me too i’m always like “hey leave her and look at me i’m not pretty like her but i collect slayer patches hey hey look at me hey
It ain’t easy to find a metalhead girl where I’m staying right now.
me and my boyfriend are both metalheads :’) (yes I’m a lucky bastard)
God why!! Reblog for the picture, this captions are so fucking stupid, seriously people can be so ignorant… what is the fucking problem with a girl who looks like in the first picture?. And if they guy wants to date with a girl that doesn’t like metal, what is the problem with it? Who are you too say that they shouldn’t be together? I’m sorry, I just don’t agree with this..
100% agree with the last comment. Music interest doesn’t define whether two people are good for each other or not. It’s great when you can share a similar taste in music with someone, but that’s not a requirement to have an awesome/successful relationship with someone and it doesn’t mean they aren’t meant to be together…
And why does a girl have to dress like that to prove that she likes metal anyways? A girl can wear a dress and a cute bun in her hair and still totally rock the fuck out to Slayer. The way you dress and do your hair/makeup doesn’t define what someone’s interest in music is…
Tyler Carter has announced his debut EP called “Leave Your Love” which will feature 5 new songs. Tyler has also announced he is planning on releasing some new “heavy music” in the future which HOPEFULLY means new music from Issues.
To check out the interview and to learn more, go HERE
Woe Is Me’s deluxe reissue of Number[s] has been released!
The bonus tracks include: Vengeance Fame > Demise Remix A cover of Ke$ha’s We R Who We R [&] Delinquents Remix and an acoustic cover of Fame > Demise
The cover of Ke$ha sounds a little typical when it comes to hardcore bands covering a radio pop song, but it is still cool to listen to and there are some great twists in there. The remixes of Fame > Demise and [&] Delinquents are absolutely fantastic; so much fun to listen to. Woe is Me kept the original vocals by former clean vocalist, Tyler Carter and remixed them to something you want to listen to at your next rave. And lastly, I give props to new clean vocalist, Hance Alligood, for doing the acoustic cover of Fame > Demise. I didn’t realize how soulful and raw his voice was until I heard this cover. Keep in mind I was NOT happy about the departure of Tyler Carter, but Hance proved himself to be a great replacement. He manages to not copy Tyler, but at the same time keep that Woe, Is Me style.
Buy the Reissue of the album, y’all (maybe not the whole album, but the songs you’re missing). You’ll be impressed!