HEY MUSIC FANS!

Dr. Music here, and I'd like to welcome you to Dr. Music's Metal Link.

This is a page designed for the reader that craves loud guitars, in-your-face vocals, and the explosive thunder of rumbling rhythm sections. If you've ever been thrilled with pumping a fist in the air while your jaw was clenched tighter than a vice, you've come to the right place.

Metal music means different things to different people.
I am of the belief that if it makes you feel stronger, touches your soul, and empowers you to the fullest extent – it's Metal. I think Metal can be anything from a chilling a capella voice to a full-on band assault. This page will cover all forms of Metal music – from aggressive Hard Rock to Screamo and Death Metal. So, raise your fist in the air and feel strength beyond strength as we explore the depths of the genre known as METAL!

SPECIAL CONCERT REVIEWS
December 9, 2011 - Star Plaza Theatre, Merrillville, Indiana
 
The Grand Illusion/Pieces Of Eight Tour - October 15, 2010 - Star Plaza Theater, Merillville, Indiana
 
September 3, 2010 - First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre, Tinley Park, IL
 

REVIEWS
Styx in concert
Concert review by Bridget Itter

From Dr. Music's Dungeon, Doc and the boys discuss The Big Four: Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax
in concert from Sofia, Bulgaria which was broadcast via satellite to select movie theatres on June 22, 2010
 

 

   

SLAYER SET TO LAUNCH PINBALL APP FOR iPAD, iPHONE,
AND iPOD TOUCH

Game Features A Skull that Eats Your Ball and Spits it Out
Through its Eye Socket

One of heavy metal’s most respected and influential bands, Slayer, is about to enter the “app age” with the launch of Slayer: Pinball Rocks, a new pinball game app developed in conjunction with American Recordings/Columbia Records, Sony Music Entertainment and Gameprom.

"As a life-size pinball player, this looks so awesome," said Slayer's Kerry King.  "It looks really fun and entertaining, with a shot of evil, and it could definitely keep me up all night with a few shots for myself..."

To read more and see a demo of Slayer: Pinball Rocks, check:
http://www.slayer.net/us/videos/slayer-pinball-rocks-demo

 

 

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