Here is the third track of the Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny demo by Mr Bungle. The song is called Spreading the Thighs of Death. This was Mr Bungles first demo, and their sound would change a lot after this. This has a lot of death metal influences, as well as hardcore punk, thrash metal and a little bit of ska in parts.

Line up:

Mike Patton - Vocals, Bongos, Wolfwhistling, Trainwhistle, Bass (on track 4)

Trey Spruance Guitars, Trumpet, Vocals (on track 4), Vocals (backing)

Trevor Dunn - Bass, Kazoo, Vocals (backing), Guitars (on track 4)

Jed Watts - Drums, Harmonica, Vocals (backing)

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sadhuman:

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officialfrenchtoast:

sadhuman:

golden retriever festival in scotland

incredible

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Here is the second track of the Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny demo by Mr Bungle. The song is called Anarchy Up Your Anus. This was Mr Bungles first demo, and their sound would change a lot after this. This has a lot of death metal influences, as well as hardcore punk, thrash metal and a little bit of ska in parts.

Line up:

Mike Patton - Vocals, Bongos, Wolfwhistling, Trainwhistle, Bass (on track 4)

Trey Spruance Guitars, Trumpet, Vocals (on track 4), Vocals (backing)

Trevor Dunn - Bass, Kazoo, Vocals (backing), Guitars (on track 4)

Jed Watts - Drums, Harmonica, Vocals (backing)

unexplained-events:

Room 237
This documentary deserves a post of its own. Every horror movie fan has watched The Shining at least once. Many will agree that it’s not actually “scary” or “supernatural,” but it seems a bit off. Room 237 talks about the many theories given to the movie that add to that “off” feeling. From it being about Native American Genocide, the Holocaust, to it being about sexuality. The theories are great and unsettling. If you’re a fan of Stanley Kubrick’s work, then you know that he always adds a bit more than meets the eye.
I higly recommend this documentary to anyone that wants to watch something that will blow their minds. I originally intended to make a giant post about all the theories, but I think watching this would make it much easier.
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YOUTUBE

Kubrick was the master

unexplained-events:

Room 237

This documentary deserves a post of its own. Every horror movie fan has watched The Shining at least once. Many will agree that it’s not actually “scary” or “supernatural,” but it seems a bit off. Room 237 talks about the many theories given to the movie that add to that “off” feeling. From it being about Native American Genocide, the Holocaust, to it being about sexuality. The theories are great and unsettling. If you’re a fan of Stanley Kubrick’s work, then you know that he always adds a bit more than meets the eye.

I higly recommend this documentary to anyone that wants to watch something that will blow their minds. I originally intended to make a giant post about all the theories, but I think watching this would make it much easier.

NETFLIX

YOUTUBE

Kubrick was the master

Here is the first track of the Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny demo by Mr Bungle. The song is called Grizzly Adams. This was Mr Bungles first demo, and their sound would change a lot after this. This has a lot of death metal influences, as well as hardcore punk, thrash metal and a little bit of ska in parts.

Line up:

Mike Patton - Vocals, Bongos, Wolfwhistling, Trainwhistle, Bass (on track 4)

Trey Spruance Guitars, Trumpet, Vocals (on track 4), Vocals (backing)

Trevor Dunn - Bass, Kazoo, Vocals (backing), Guitars (on track 4)

Jed Watts - Drums, Harmonica, Vocals (backing)

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Rescued dogs - before and after! These people who saved them did an amazing job!

These pictures always make me want to cry, this is why I am always saying I hate humans. Fuck.

Loves the pets!

You hate humans for this? Humans are the ones that rescued these pets and nursed them back to health. Maybe we are not all.bad?