Brad Paisley is everything he’s supposed to be: a nice guy who’s actually nice, a “country” man who celebrates his surroundings without disrespecting others’, a wise man who even at his absolute nadir understood that he has no idea what it’s like in someone else’s skin. He also plays a ton of guitar and turns more clever phrases than Robert Downey Jr. and writes his own damn songs. He makes soft-focus mush like marriages and fatherhood and whiskey and fishing sound like a blast, except when he’s breaking your heart, and he virtually never means to hurt anyone. He’s the rightful successor to his ’90s analog, the witty, hearty, hooky Garth Brooks, and next month he releases Love and War, which will have collaborations with Mick Jagger and Timbaland.
The phrase “Disney music” often conjures up images of doe-eyed princesses belting out Broadway ballads. But a new album comprised of classic tracks from the House of Mouse re-imagined with power metal vocals, crushing guitars and breakneck drumming is looking to upend that stereotype.
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Metal Disney was released in Japan last year and became a hit, climbing to number three in the Amazon rock/metal charts and number two on the Kids charts. Disney has released the album stateside today, March 31st.
The well-respected heavy metal musicians that comprise the “D-Metal Stars” include Obsession vocalist Mike Vescera, who’s previously worked with Yngwie Malmsteen, and former Ozzy Osbourne bassist Rudy Sarzo. The band is rounded out by fellow Obsession guitarist John Bruno and drummer BJ Zampa, who’s played with Dokken, among
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