The long awaited second half of Jay H. Gorania’s tour diary highlight his summer sojourn with UK black metal enthusiasts DRAGGED IN SUNLIGHT. Live photos by Luna Duran.
Earlier this summer Hellbound’s Jay H. Gorania hit the road in the USA with England’s Dragged In Sunlight. Here is the first part of his tour diary accompanying the band on their US tour with Cough.
Live photos by Luna Duran and Albert Mansour.
by Jay H. Gorania Metal and burgers. If you’re a metalhead who isn’t vegan or vegetarian, that’s a win-win proposition, right? Kuma’s Corner, located…
Jay H. Gorania confesses his never-ending admiration for former Much Music metal VJ Teresa Roncon
I can’t help but wonder, though: Do visible minorities, of any sort, face prejudice on a regular basis? Dear reader, I’d appreciate your feedback.
Good music should move you on some level. These girls are dancing to Meshuggah. No further description is necessary.
By Jay H. Gorania Friday, March 16 It seems likely only in some perverse, alternate universe that a former member of Today is the…
1808, on the “other side” of the highway, where a crack dealer is literally in sight, the ghetto neighborhood was a fitting home for br00tal music.
I’m Jay H. Gorania, a long time fan from way back when. You might remember me. I wrote you a letter when I was in the second grade in the early ’80s. Your address was available in the pages of some metal magazine. At any rate, I have a bone to pick with y’all.
Not only did you fail to respond to a boy who loved your band’s music, but you didn’t even have the courtesy to have an assistant pretend that they were you with a response letter. Screw you.
A hard act to follow, but Terror is an intimidating live act regardless of how someone feels about their music. Frontman Scott Vogel, formerly of the legendary, now-defunct Buried Alive, was in fine more, ruling the crowd that already paid him the blind-eyed devotion that a preacher at church might receive.