Monday, April 18, 2011

Psychostick



First of, sorry for the lack of Sunday update, and late Monday update. I had a Volbeat concert on Saturday night, and didn't get back until around 4:00 AM. And while we're speaking of missed updates, I have now moved from "Hey, I'm busy." to finals week. Then next week, I'm going on vacation. So I *THINK* I can manage to get four updates out this week. I'm not entirely sure if I can do school work + finals + looking for a job + this week's updates + four more updates for some autopost action while I'm gone next week. I guess we'll cross that bridge when we get there.

So, onto today's band: Psychostick. I'll be honest. Today's choosing process was just to hit play all, random and choose the first band that I haven't talked about. With that being said, it's definitely a fitting band for this blog. Psychostick is a heavy metal band that has combined humor into all of their songs. They have released two albums and an EP. And according to Wikipedia, they also have a new album, Space Vampires VS Zombie Dinosaurs in 3D set to be released in August.

This first track, BEER!!!, is from their 2004 album, We Couldn't Think of a Title. It helped kick off their popularity when it became a #1 single on XM Radio's Liquid Metal show for seven weeks.



This next track, Doom to the World/Holiday Hate, is from their holiday EP, The Flesh Eating Roller Skate Holiday Joyride.



And finally, an ode to college life, The Hunger Within, from their latest release, Sandwich.

9 comments:

  1. omg that beer song makes me happy. Makes me want to go drink beer and stuff. And I don't even really like beer.
    And every facial expression in that photo is a facial expression of awesomeness.

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  2. Haha, I love the beer song, haven't heard it in awhile. Beer is good!

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  3. Hey man, blogs woulnt be very intreasting without good times to write about. a3

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  4. any band that sings about beer wins in my book

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  5. never heard of these guys before, so thanks.

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  6. Further proof that alcohol poisoning doesn't stunt lyric quality.

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