Friday, April 25, 2008

[Zebra_Trucks] The Frost Heaves heave again

The Frost Heaves have posted a controversial new song "Assassino" on their Soundclick site.

It has ignited a firestorm of protest, and longtime fans are livid.  The heavies (as the fans are popularly known) decry it as the biggest hard rock sell-out since Kiss went disco with "I was made for loving you."

However, lead guitarist Ludwig Van Frankenstein was quick to respond to these criticisms: "Yeah, maybe it's a little slicker than our past efforts, but it's as drastic, spastic, and stochastic as anything we've ever done."

The absence of even a single yelp from Marge Simpson-soundalike vocalist Trevor Baskerville added credibility to rumors that all is not well with the popular group.

However, sources close to the band denied rumors that Baskerville has left the band, as well as rumors that fellow geriatric metal gods Iron Maiden dropped them from the upcoming Preparation H-sponsored tour, "The Aging Assholes of Metal."

Check out it out and see what you think.

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