World Music Supply has Washburn Les Paul Style Electric Guitars with Set Neck and Duncan Alnico Pickups for as low as $165. Shipping is free too. Ok so they’re not Gibsons but for the money, it’s a lot of guitar.
Not even the inclusion of “Nostradamus” can ruin this deal…
The most complete Judas Priest collection all in one bundle!
The crazy $4.99 MP3 sales that competing Google and Amazon were having are over. “Bring on the Fuel Your Kindle Fire Sale”, Amazon sez! Amazon’s got a thousand albums for $5 even of which a decent portion is Metal. Sale runs though January of this year. Check it out here.
I don’t know about you but I’d go totally broke if I hadn’t bought a bunch of this month’s sale albums during the $4.99 sale.
Think I read last weekend via a tweet from Mark Hunter, himself that a Chimaira released a few tracks remixed from their latest, Age of Hell. I didn’t remember I read it until I read it again at Metalsucks.net, though. (That’s giving credit where credit’s due, kids.)
Anyway, click here to download.
Hey, look! Another post. Whoopee!
I was going to mention Seventh Rule records being a label that seems to do things right. Signing some killer outfits with killer-er releases and making them available, digitally, for cheap or free.
Well, the label is celebrating it’s eighth year in business by offering tangible stuffs for $8, shipped. (A bit more if you’re not in the continental US.) You forget about one of your buddies this Xmas? Use the proven ‘It’s in the mail’ excuse and order them a CD here.
Be sure to check out Seventh Rule’s Bandcamp page for links to some cheap and free digital releases, while you’re at it.
first second post is about the price war going on between the two web giants. Both Google and Amazon have an incredible selection of albums for $4.99 a pop. I don’t know how long this is going to last. I imagine it’s until one caves-in and raises prices. That being the case, I’d hit either or both services up soon and grab all the great stuff you may have missed this year.
You can check out all the recently published ‘Best of 2011’ lists for some ideas. Click here to jump to Decibel Mag’s list, courtesy of Brooklyn Vegan.