Milo here. Ah! Only a month or two of this left, before we can get back into some absolutely lethal prime content -- gorgeous. Today, we're bopping Aussie-punk outfit The Distillers today and total banger in the form of City Of Angels from their 2002 stormer, Sing Sing Death House. Check the video below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_8U93SvVyY If…Read more MMM: City Of Angels – The Distillers
Milo here. Join us today as we take another trip to that MMM well (it seems like it always replenishes, no matter how much it shouldn't), as well as a detour to the System mine, for some content! Ho ho ho biatches. Today we're looking at the opening track from SOAD's 2001 *CLASSIC*, Toxicity, Prison…Read more MMM: Prison Song – System Of A Down
Milo here. With new music in the pipeline, there's no better time to check out Metric today, with a look at IOU, the opening song on the band's 2003 debut Old World Underground, Where Are You Now?. Check the video below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57KIBKyaTZE Of course, Metric were one of my first favourite bands, their 2005 hit Monster…Read more MMM: IOU – Metric
Yo, this be Reuben. I remember when I first found out he died. I was sat in school on a computer and saw some headlines about it on the internet and I genuinely didn't believe it was true. Of course, it wasn't some elaborate sick hoax as I was hoping it would be and he…Read more Top 25 Chris Cornell Songs – Reuben & Milo
Milo here. More MMMs, you say? I'mma have to take a break soon... Today, we're looking at Optimistic, an album cut from Radiohead's 2000 experimental-turning-point-smash Kid A. Check the video below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COUaNmm53VA On first listen, like many who weren't exactly *into* the more experimental side of alt rock and were quite fond of Radiohead's 90s…Read more MMM: Optimistic – Radiohead
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Oioi, it’s Milo from Stuff And That back again for another MMM (or MILO’S MOSHPIT MUTINY AS IT WILL NOW BE KNOWN), which is literally what Steve does but a lil’ more sexually promiscuous. Of course, special thanks to Steve as well for suffering *this fool* gladly. Or reluctantly…
Today, I wanna take a look at Audioslave’s 2002 hard rock smasher Cochise, from their self-titled debut. Roll the clip!
Following the demise of both Rage Against The Machine AND Soundgarden, Audioslave was formed, mixing the sonic firepower of RATM and the vocal powerhousery of Chris Cornell – a supergroup indeed. Their first single, shown here, is a massive song, with Brad Wilk (my favourite drummer of all time) delivering on something unapologetically brash and big, with pounding toms and car-crash cymbals. This is coupled with Tom Morello’s huge riff, drawing on his time in Rage but also further into the…
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Milo here. Haha, you thought it was gonna get back to movie reviews like the good ol' days?! Sorry to break it to ya, but we got 1145 more songs to get through so strap in, motherlicker. Today, we be checking out Foo Fighters' lesser-loved single Resolve from their 2005 double-effort In Your Honor. Check…Read more MMM: Resolve – Foo Fighters