Rocktagon: Surrender The Fall -vs- Megadeth [POLL]
It’s the REV 96.7 ROCKTAGON Brought to you by The Red Carpet Nightclub! Every Monday night at 8pm, TY will play two songs that will battle all week in the ROCKTAGON. You be the judge and vote for your favorite song below. Voting begins Mondays at 8pm and will continue thought the week until the following Monday at 5pm. The week’s winner till take on a new contender every Monday. After four weeks of consecutive wins the song will be inducted into the ROCTAGON Hall of Fame. It’s the REV 96.7 ROCKTAGON!
Savage, Straight-Forward, Dirty, Sexy, Intense, Rock & Roll Wreckage!!! The Debut STF Record, "BURN IN THE SPOTLIGHT!!!" - 13 Tracks about the LOVE, the HATE, the PAIN & EVERYTHING in between! From songs such as "LOVE/HATE MASQUERADE" & "DEEPER INSIDE" to "SOME KIND OF PERFECT" & "40 & 12", get ready to be polarized by LOUD, SAVAGE, GUITAR-DRIVEN riffs-HIGH ENERGY drums & FIST PUMPING Anthems about Never Giving Up to the Dirty, Sexy Soundtracks of those Intoxicated Nights of Debauchery: So, Get Your MIDDLE FINGERS UP & CRANK THE AMPS TO 11!!!! SURRENDER THE FALL IS EVERYTHING YOU WANT THEM TO BE!!
Megadeth began in 1983 with its roots in thrash metal, a genre that its founder, singer/songwriter and guitarist Dave Mustaine helped pioneer. Mustaine's musical roots began early on listening to AC/DC and Led Zeppelin, and took form in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal when he joined Metallica in 1982. Megadeth emerged in 1985 at the forefront of the thrash/speed metal scene with their seminal debut "Killing Is My Business…And Business Is Good", and continued on a blistering path of albums and tours throughout the decade. The nickname "world's state-of-the-art speed metal band" and the critic-coined "intelligent metal" were often used to describe Megadeth's sound, referring to Mustaine's niche for angry, witty, intelligent lyrics about topics like politics, drugs and war, fused with aggressive, intricate guitar structures and a jazz-influenced rhythm section. The band's latest release in their 13th album, hence the title "TH1RT3EN", which features the song Whose Life (Is It Anyways?).