I'm the Raucous Rocker, a skeptical metalhead from Florida who does not take 'average' metal lightly. I have taken it upon myself to quest into the depths of heavy metal and discover the craziest, strangest and best bands the genre has to offer and provide (sometimes) constructive criticism to the bands that need it. So grab your guitar and Metallica t-shirt and join me on my epic quest to review all of metal! In addition to writing reviews of underground bands, I am also going to be creating lists that cover more mainstream bands as well as other forms of media such as games, TV shows and movies. Hopefully my reviews will make you laugh and turn you on to an interesting new band or two in the process!
Also, find me on Twitter as RaucousRocker.
In my first Christmas special, I take a look at a collaboration album of metal bands covering Christmas carols.
I review more bands that follow me on Twitter. They're not as good as the first two, but entertaining.
Two more bands are reviewed before I begin reviewing only the bands that follow me.
The first review in my series of bands who followed me on Twitter. A good start, I must say.
Join me in my review of three Harry Potter metal bands. Wait, what (you say)?
In my first list, I discuss my favorite clean and harsh metal vocalists.
My return after a brief hiatus will encompass two strange bands that you'll have to see (or hear) to believe.
Two metal bands use their cultural instruments in their music. No, they're not European.
Two more underground metal bands are here and ready for dissection!
Two strange bands that caught me totally by surprise.