So, I wake up this morning to find that Frank Balsinger has uncovered an a capella take on Rammstein’s “Du Hast.” Because of course somebody would have to do that, and of course Frank would find it. So for SVR today, let’s enjoy some a capella abomination. I guess that would be a bomination, huh?
First, Viva Vox, and if you don’t get why this is so great, by all means click the link above and review the original.
Continue reading When a capella met metal: Saturday Video Roundup
As noted a couple weeks ago, the S&R team hooked up with the crew from Zero Coordinate and Eccentric Production at the DNC in Denver. In addition to their invaluable help in shooting the Lee Camp interview, we also worked together in covering the Returned Soldiers/Rage Against the Machine/Tent State march on the DNC.
Natalie Ashodian and her team have now produced a powerful video from that march, and for those who only read about it (or, as is more likely the case, given how little attention the mainstream press paid to it, never even heard about it in the first place) this coverage is extremely important. Continue reading Saturday Video Roundup: “This is the guilt I’ll live with for the rest of my life…monsters aren’t born, monsters are created…”
UPDATED: new protest image added below.
Pre-march instructions emphasized that protesters should be peaceful throughout the march, which is now about to enter Lower Downtown. It’s not clear whether they have encountered police yet, but if they have all is still civil. Jack sent this shot from Blake and Broadway.
This just in from Jack, who’s on the scene with the Tent State crowd:
Tent State is about to march from the Coliseum down Brighton and Broadway to the DNC. Rage is walking with them. Looks like 4,000 people or more.
This could be fun. Stay tuned.
UPDATE: A group of police in riot gear just offloaded near Blake and Broadway, which is in the anticipated path of the marchers.