That's right, Thrash is so shit that not even Deathcore bands want to be associated with it
Carnifex are officially comrades.
Fuck Richard Branson and his shitty trains.
Ugh True by Spandau Ballet is such a good song no lie
Digging: Venenum - Trance of Death
Unfortunate timing of the article considering what happened in London.
Digging: August Burns Red - Phantom Anthem
It's fucked that a company as big as Virgin doesn't understand or follow copyright
Well there is a slim chance (as we haven't heard from them yet) that Victory Records (who released Carnifex's albums in 2008) did agree to license the song out, and being the shitty people they are, didn't tell the band.
virgin trains are actual cunts, which makes it even more embarrassing when they aren't even the worst rail company in the uk
Digging: Circa Survive - The Amulet
I love how Virgin Trains have once again embraced the stereotype that metal is a fundamentally negative thing in someone's life, as if fundamentalist Christians and people who blame metal for suicides/shootings didn't do that enough already, gj boys.
Also I can confirm that sinternet's statement is true, British rail network is absolutely terrible for the most part.
Didn't Virgin Records release a lot of metal during the 90s and early 00s?
thrash is only good if its thrash-death imo
thrash is only good when you add different genres and influences to it yes
thrash is only ever bad
i won't lie, i ain't afraid of that man-on-man action
virgin trains aren't too bad from my experience. Cross Country can often be really bad, Southern Rail blows. South West is okay. London Midland likewise.
Pussies cant handle the thrash.
Digging: Protomartyr - Relatives In Descent
Southern is objectively the worst rail company in the history of rail travel
I loved travelling by train when I was in Japan but if travelling by car gives me metal, I think I might prefer that now.
Hire Steve Wilson as defense lawyer
that's so fucking funny
aren't all trains virgin?
*obligatory Jeremy Corbyn joke*
Fascinating that a large company would put out an ad without even giving thought to copyright infringement. Didn't even care to investigate whose music it was, evidently.