Let’s have something light, bubbly and amusing to celebrate the arrival of another weekend. Here’s what the drummer, Pat, says about this video, a cover a of a Journey song: “You know a lot of bands cover this song, and they do a great job. It really is a great song. When the idea came up to have us do a shot for shot remake of the video, we lost it! When it came time to shoot the video, none of us could keep a straight face, with the mullet wigs, and horribly awesome wardrobe. Goodwill rocks, by the way! Once we played the video next to the original music video, by Journey, we knew that we had something totally hilarious, and cool.”
In addition to Pat, Glass Delirium is Michelle on vocals, Scott on guitars, Aeon on bass, and David on keys. The band’s home town is Denver, Colorado, and you can meet them on Facebook:
The second I saw the band name and cover art for Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom I had to click on it and see what it was all about. Expecting some sci-fi doom band I was pleasantly surprised that the record is a score for a ten-cent sci-fi schlock-fest film by the same name and the music is an homage to the glorious scores of 80s sci-fi and horror flicks like Blade Runner, Day of the Dead, Terminator, and 80s John Carpenter. Jam packed full of synths and more synths I immediately fell in love with this electronic cheese. Not really metal, but whatever, the band name makes it metal enough.
If cheesy sci-fi synth music is something you can get down with, give the record a spin, it’s atmospheric and fun. If not, just watch the trailer for the film, which is undeniably metal as fuck. Now, if you excuse me, I need to go get my hands on that flick. Enjoy!!!! Peace Love and Metal!!!!