Pantera || Yesterday Don’t Mean Shit
Have this poster in my apartment. YEAAAAH!
is it raining like this on your poster?^
Evile @ Masters Of Rock
© Renata Drukteinyte
Mariacarla Boscono by Glen Luchford
“Tornado of Souls” Megadeth
BT DUBBS My band and i may play this at a school concert need to get everyone pumped and learning
Pantera - 5 Minutes Alone
Megadeth - Public Enemy No. 1
Dave Mustaine has said that “Public Enemy No. 1” was written about 1920s gangster Al Capone. The inspiration was a possible haunting incident while the band was recording in an old building in Tennessee which Mustaine described as being a “hideaway” of Capone’s. The lyrics make several references to gun violence and Capone’s resilience to capture.