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Cast: Pat Kelley, Davram Stiefler, Josh Walitt, Stephanie Kampf, Jessica Bartz, Tammy Kramer, Jeff Stroud, Elizabeth Miller, Luke Richards, Dannon Nicks, Rich Cowden, Jason Rhein, Chris George, Darren Harward, Joe Prescott, Sondraya Rowe, Ginger Blanchatt ...LESS
Machine Head (2000) is an independent horror film about a teenager who creates a zombie as a science project. Max Kelp, reviled high-school nerd, is obsessed with a theory involving internal combustion power and a computer. Max creates a zombie, using a corpse and a lawnmower engine, for his... MORE
Machine Head (2000) is an independent horror film about a teenager who creates a zombie as a science project. Max Kelp, reviled high-school nerd, is obsessed with a theory involving internal combustion power and a computer. Max creates a zombie, using a corpse and a lawnmower engine, for his school science fair. LESS
(c) Respective Owners. second time recording and fourth time trying to upload this as it failed before = =' recorded in C# standard. Fucked the solos abit and completely slaughtered the presolo but oh well, it's the best i can do. It's really shit in comparison to the orginal and sorry about the audio quality, youtube murders all traces of quality. Best listened to through decent headphones. i had a massive blurb before and it's gone so fuck you youtube. Basically i love this song track three of their masterpiece called The Blackening The original track and this video are dedicated to Darrell "Dimebag" Abbott would explain the story again in my own words but it took ages before so here is part of a wiki page about the lyrical themes of the album cut down to the part about this song. The album's first single, "Aesthetics of Hate", is a retaliation that captures the band's anger towards an article written by William Grim for the conservative web site Iconoclast. Titled "Aesthetics of Hate: RIP Dimebag Abbott, & Good Riddance", the article praised the murder of Dimebag Darrell by Nathan Gale, while Darrell was performing with Damageplan on December 8, 2004. Grim wrote Darrell was "an ignorant, barbaric, untalented possessor of a guitar" who looks "more simian than human" and is "part of a generation that has confused sputum with art and involuntary reflex actions with emotion". After reading the article, Flynn was furious and wrote the song to send a message to Grim ...
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