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The Melvins sind eine US-amerikanische Rockband, die Anfang der Achtziger in Montesano, Washington (USA) gegründet wurde.



Die Melvins wurden Anfang der Achtziger von Buzz Osborne (Gitarre & Gesang), Matt Lukin (Bass) und Mike Dillard (Schlagzeug), die allesamt zur High School in Montesano (Washington, USA) gingen, gegründet. Am Anfang spielte die Band Cover-Versionen von Jimi Hendrix und The Who, später extrem schnellen Hardcore Punk Rock. In dieser Konstellation nahmen die Melvins ein Demo auf. Als Dillard die Band 1984… mehr erfahren



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  • Interesting choice for bedtime. The lyrics "It's a big dark world now, it's a big dark hell" don't particularly encourage restful sleep. Nor does anything else about the song.
  • Here's the thing. I remember reading an interview where the person interviewed said they used to put Night Goat on loop every nigh before going to sleep. That resulted in weird nightmares and an overall change in the perception of life. The question is, who the fuck was being interviewed? I was slightly inebriated when reading the interview, and I can't, for the life of me, remember who it was about. My best guess is John Frusciante, but googling it delivers no results.
  • Mike and the Melvins finally coming out this year!
  • Christ, now THAT is a fucking bill.
  • oh crap, I forgot they're touring with Napalm Death and Melt Banana. What a lineup.
  • If I miss the Melvins/Napalm Death/Melt-Banana tour, it will be a sad day indeed.
  • ready for these tres cabrones to get back to Dallas
  • How can a band be just as brilliant as fucking Melvins?
  • I don't hear it really, sorry. On the other hand, to me he sounds like a dead ringer for James Hetfield on "Revolve."
  • Is it just me or does Buzz sound kind of like Rob Zombie on Hooch? I guess I'm the only one.

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