Today it is more metal than ever to have your own beer! Having a huge name in metal like Children Of Bodom will help you sell some six packs but it also helps to have a great story!
On the heels of the release of another legendary bands new brew, Children Of Bodom are throwing their collective hats in the ring partnering with Fat Lizard Brewing Co. and creating Lake Bodom Pre-Prohibition Lager, a beer brewed using water from Lake Bodom itself.
The lake resides in the bands hometown of Espoo, Finland and is the scene of a brutal incident in 1960 in which three teenagers were murdered and a fourth badly injured. The case is as yet unsolved and was the inspiration for the bands name. Indeed a great story.
Watch for Lake Bodom Pre-Prohibition Lager as it became available in Finland, on February 1st.
You can also get Children Of Bodom’s new album Hexed on March 8th (pre-order here) and check out their North American tour dates with Swallow the Sun and Wolfheart at this location.
Inkcarceration Music and Tattoo Festival will return this summer on July 12-14th at the Historic Ohio State Reformatory (Shawshank Prison). The lineup for the three-day event has been announced as Shinedown, Godsmack and Five Finger Death Punch are scheduled to headline. The festival will consist of over 30 bands and 70 tattoo artists. For those who enjoy horror, there will be a brand new haunted house attraction Escape from Blood Prison! Field, camping, and VIP tickets are currently on sale at this location.
Daron Malakian and Scars On Broadway have announced a mini West Coast. The group will support their latest effort Dictator, which was released in July 2018. The trek kicks off on March 3rd in San Diego, CA and runs through March 8th in Los Angeles, CA.
Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley was shocked to discover an old polaroid of Taylor Swift posted on Facebook, in which the pop icon is sitting in front of a metal door upon which one of his lyrics is written. The line, “If you leave me, I’m coming with you.” from the Every Time I Die song, “Buffalo 666”, is written on the door that Swift sits in front of. The Polaroid was part of Swift’s fifth studio album 2014’s 1989. You can call it a bonus feature? The record came with five polaroids, each with Swift’s lyrics handwritten on the bottom. What could this possibly mean? Draw your own conclusions. Social media is indeed a vortex of mystery and fascination!
with no friends posting at this ungodly hour I was forced to look at FB where I learned that a line I wrote is written on the door in a Taylor Swift Polaroid pic.twitter.com/xIoyg6WSpt