Drummers have feelings too

This is a fucking gorgeous cover of the Zeppelin classic. Easily one of the sweetest drum grooves I’ve ever heard.

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arcticmonkeysus:

Arctic Monkeys - Mad Sounds 

best recording yet.  from Best Kept Secret Festival

inebriatedpony:

Actual folk metal mosh pit.

inebriatedpony:

Actual folk metal mosh pit.

hyperchrisz:

this new alestorm song is called “Wooden Leg” and the lyrics are just the words “WOODEN LEG!” screamed over and over again. by patrick stewart.

does anyone know how much patrick stewart charges to scream “WOODEN LEG” into a microphone? if you do, please get in touch.

wherethefalloutlies:

paperbackmountain:

michaeldimotta:

An illustration I did for Instinct Magazine on unfair Adoption cases.

This should have thousands of notes. 

^Seriously though.

wherethefalloutlies:

paperbackmountain:

michaeldimotta:

An illustration I did for Instinct Magazine on unfair Adoption cases.

This should have thousands of notes. 

^Seriously though.

christopherbowesisawesome:

“Pirate’s Piss”

christopherbowesisawesome:

“Pirate’s Piss”

arcticmonkeysus:

arcticmonkeysus:

real nice recording of ‘Do I Wanna Know?’ taken by our friend Ryan in Denver. make sure you check it out in 1080p

and here’s my take on the lyrics:

Have you got colour in your cheeks?
Do you ever get that fear that you can’t shift the tide that sticks around like summat’s in your teeth?
Hide some aces up your sleeve
Have you no idea that you’re in deep?
I dreamt about you nearly every night this week
How many secrets can you keep?
Cause there’s this tune I’ve found that makes me think of you somehow
And I play it on repeat until I fall asleep
Spilling drinks on my settee

(Do I wanna know?)
If this feeling flows both ways
(It’s hard to see you go)
I’m sorta hoping that you’d stay
(Baby we both know)
That the nights were mainly made for saying things that you can’t say tomorrow day

Crawling back to you
Ever thought of calling when you’ve had a few?
Cause I always do
Well baby I’m too busy being yours to fall for somebody new
Now I’ve thought it through
Crawling back to you

So have you got the guts?
Been wondering if your heart’s still open, and if so I wanna know what time it shuts
Simmer down and pucker up
I’m sorry to interrupt
It’s just I’m constantly on the cusp of trying to kiss you
But I dunno if you feel the same as I do
We could be together if you wanted to

(Do I wanna know?)
If this feeling flows both ways
(It’s hard to see you go)
I’m sorta hoping that you’d stay
(Baby we both know)
That the nights were mainly made for saying things that you can’t say tomorrow day

Crawling back to you
Ever thought of calling when
(You’ve had a few)
Darling when you’ve had a few
(Cause I always do)
Cause I always do
(Well baby I’m too)
Way too busy being yours to fall for somebody new
Now I’ve thought it through
Crawling back to you

(Do I wanna know?)
If this feeling flows both ways
(It’s hard to see you go)
I’m sorta hoping that you’d stay
(Baby we both know)
That the nights were mainly made for saying things that you can’t say tomorrow day


(Do I wanna know?)
Too busy being yours to fall
(Hard to see you go)
Ever thought of calling darling?
(Do I wanna know?)
Do you want me crawling back to you? 

ferdinand-von-portus:

Erwin Rommel

Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Johannes Eugen Rommel, the best fucking guy.
Here’s a German general who was about as far from being a Nazi as was possible.
He was a brilliant strategist, one of the most skilled commanders of the Second World War, earning the nickname “Desert Fox” and the respect of both his own troops and the enemies he fought.
Also, he was professional and humane, Allied prisoners captured by his troops were treated humanely and Rommel often saw to it that they received as many rations as his own men.
Unlike many other German officers, Rommel straight out refused to have his men participate in any war crimes. He was not one to accept unnecessary loss of life under any circumstances. Orders from Hitler himself to execute Jewish soldiers and civilians were ignored.  Whilst serving in France Hitler ordered him to deport the Jewish population, Rommel disobeyed. He wrote constant letters in protest of the way Jews were being treated by the Nazis. Also, whilst using French civilians to construct parts of the Atlantic Wall (Coastal defences against the Allies) he saw to it that they be paid for their work and not used as slave labour.
If he survived the war he intended to write a book about his experiences entitled “Krieg Ohne Hass” (War Without Hate). What a champion.
But here’s the best part, towards the end of the war he had grown to hate the Hitlarian regime and everything it stood for. He believed that it was inevitable that Germany would lose the war and that surrender was the only solution so not to result in the complete destruction of the country that he loved. He knew however that Hitler would never surrender and was intent on fighting to the last man, woman and child. Thus he became involved in a plot to assassinate him. He was involved in organising Operation Valkyrie, in which a bomb was detonated inside Hitler’s bunker. It failed to kill him of course, he escaped with only a perforated eardrum, the prick.
Hitler’s men discovered Rommel’s involvement in the plot and accused him of treason, for which the penalty was death.  Rommel at first decided to deny all the charges in court, although he knew that it was a corrupt court and he would be found guilty anyway, he hoped that it would spark revolutionary feelings amongst the German people. 
Hitler knew this of course, that if Rommel were put on trial and executed he would become a martyr for his cause and so he was given the “choice” of suicide by cyanide capsule, which Rommel eventually accepted, yet only because it was heavily implied that his family would come to harm if he refused.
So there we are, the story of a brilliant man, not all German soldiers were evil.  This guy was a complete champion who deserves all the respect in the world.

ferdinand-von-portus:

Erwin Rommel

Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Johannes Eugen Rommel, the best fucking guy.

Here’s a German general who was about as far from being a Nazi as was possible.

He was a brilliant strategist, one of the most skilled commanders of the Second World War, earning the nickname “Desert Fox” and the respect of both his own troops and the enemies he fought.

Also, he was professional and humane, Allied prisoners captured by his troops were treated humanely and Rommel often saw to it that they received as many rations as his own men.

Unlike many other German officers, Rommel straight out refused to have his men participate in any war crimes. He was not one to accept unnecessary loss of life under any circumstances. Orders from Hitler himself to execute Jewish soldiers and civilians were ignored.  Whilst serving in France Hitler ordered him to deport the Jewish population, Rommel disobeyed. He wrote constant letters in protest of the way Jews were being treated by the Nazis. Also, whilst using French civilians to construct parts of the Atlantic Wall (Coastal defences against the Allies) he saw to it that they be paid for their work and not used as slave labour.

If he survived the war he intended to write a book about his experiences entitled “Krieg Ohne Hass” (War Without Hate). What a champion.

But here’s the best part, towards the end of the war he had grown to hate the Hitlarian regime and everything it stood for. He believed that it was inevitable that Germany would lose the war and that surrender was the only solution so not to result in the complete destruction of the country that he loved. He knew however that Hitler would never surrender and was intent on fighting to the last man, woman and child. Thus he became involved in a plot to assassinate him. He was involved in organising Operation Valkyrie, in which a bomb was detonated inside Hitler’s bunker. It failed to kill him of course, he escaped with only a perforated eardrum, the prick.

Hitler’s men discovered Rommel’s involvement in the plot and accused him of treason, for which the penalty was death.  Rommel at first decided to deny all the charges in court, although he knew that it was a corrupt court and he would be found guilty anyway, he hoped that it would spark revolutionary feelings amongst the German people. 

Hitler knew this of course, that if Rommel were put on trial and executed he would become a martyr for his cause and so he was given the “choice” of suicide by cyanide capsule, which Rommel eventually accepted, yet only because it was heavily implied that his family would come to harm if he refused.

So there we are, the story of a brilliant man, not all German soldiers were evil.  This guy was a complete champion who deserves all the respect in the world.