It’s another Tuesday full of heavy metal, this time we head to New Zealand. Honestly, I had two other acts for our trip to NZ but I’ve been recently introduced to this new band I found on Twitter a couple of months ago. If you talk about music on your Twitter account, you might get a lot of different bands and singers following you back randomly and/or asking you to check out their music on YouTube. Majority of the time you ignore or sometimes you actually do listen to it on the first time they say something to you. There hasn’t been very many bands that I’ve actually been interested in at the first time they’ve sent me a tweet or anything. I have been followed by random bands before, both famous and unsigned bands. It can get pretty interesting at times. When I get into a band, I want to good quality stuff, meaning I want to be able to hear everything that goes on. I mostly listen to any new music on my Spotify account. In other words, if you don’t have a Spotify file then it’s very unlikely I’ll be listening back to your stuff. Sorry!
Back to our travels though, the band that I’ve selected is called Saving Grace and they are definitely a heavy metal band. As I’ve said they come from New Zealand and they are pretty awesome! Their newest album “The Urgency” came out in January of this year. The band consists of Nicholas Tautuhi on vocals, Vasely Sapunov is on guitars, Ross McDougall is also on guitars, George White is on bass, and Shaun Anderson plays the drums. Not only are they a good band to listen to – the guys are incredibly sweet to their fans! Which is always a good thing to know when you get into a new band that you’ve never heard of before. Maybe one day I’ll get to see these guys live and meet them face to face. If you have NOT listened to Saving Grace I leave you these videos as my gift to you all. Enjoy! See you next week!
I don’t know if it’s because I’m handicapped and I’ve just learned to accept certain things quickly, but something has been inside me that I’ve loved to get out and hopefully make some sense. So I’m just going to go for it. I must be the only one in my fandom of Linkin Park that isn’t bashing Chester’s wife Talinda 24/7. I would love to go back in time to see if they did this when he was married to Samantha. I doubt it though, for some odd reason they seem to like her more than Talinda which is stupid in my book. They should like them both the same.
Should she not be a person because she’s married to him? She can’t go out without having somebody look at her and think, “is she Chester’s wife?” Lots of people hate her because how she’s married to Chester and yet there are some who adore her because she is gorgeous (which she is!) and she cares about other things that nobody wants to accept. Everybody wonders why does she get to speak at these things. Why shouldn’t she? Even though she’s married to him, she’s still a person. She can get a job and she can work, have a family, and be who she was before she married him.
I don’t understand why every fan wants to hate on the wives. What did they ever do to you beside marry your favorite musician? It’s crazy! It’s funny how a few people can get so mad about how they don’t want to answer they’re questions about their husbands band. I follow two wives of musicians. Talinda Bennington and Josie Stevens. At one time I did follow about four others. When I deleted the other account I didn’t follow the others on this one. I think I will always respect them. You should find some way to respect them because if you were in their shoes, that’s how you’d probably act too. We as fans can be fucking annoying. I know I am sometimes when I want to be, but I know when to keep my mouth shut.
If I saw one of my favorite singers or musicians I would get excited at first, but I wouldn’t say anything or go up to them. Everytime I watch something on TV and there’s a part on a interview or something somebody wanting their autograph or picture when they’re with their families just makes so mad. I think I’ve literally yelled at the TV once because of it. As much as you think you should take the oppurnity when you see it, I think you should just give them space. I think going to a concert and that’s it is just enough for me.