here-c0mes-the-pain:

Dimebag, Chuck Schuldiner, Jeff Hanneman, Cliff Burton, Per Dead and Dio ♥

thrasherofdeath:

rockngraphics:

METALLICA

Ride The Lightning

Looks great

earache:

The new Savage Messiah album ‘The Fateful Dark’ is now streaming on Spotify - give it a listen, you will NOT regret it!

sepultarro:

SEPULTARRO :

Chuck Schuldiner 1993

27/01/2014 - Conquering Europe tour in London \m/

Been inactive recently but I’m coming back :)

ellyosa:

thedistantgirl:

plagueutopia:

in-twilight-realms:

image

It’s back

I CANT STOP LAUGHING

this will always be my favorite

earache:

We are losing way too many of our metal heroes as of late.
After hearing the news about Motorhead cancelling their spring tour due to Lemmy’s health not improving, it’s made us reflect on how important people like him are to what we do as a label. 
C’mon people, push the ‘Get Well Soon Lemmy’ button by liking and sharing this picture, let us remember what legends like him have done for metal music!

earache:

We are losing way too many of our metal heroes as of late.

After hearing the news about Motorhead cancelling their spring tour due to Lemmy’s health not improving, it’s made us reflect on how important people like him are to what we do as a label. 

C’mon people, push the ‘Get Well Soon Lemmy’ button by liking and sharing this picture, let us remember what legends like him have done for metal music!

darkface:

(by gardendier)

© Junepirtree
Palisades-Kepler State Park, October 2013

© Junepirtree

Palisades-Kepler State Park, October 2013

tempest-of-hell:

"The Black Death was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history, peaking in Europe between 1348 and 1350, and killing between 75 million and 200 million people."

In the Norwegian folklore “Pesta” was the personificated Black death. Pesta dressed in all black and went from farm to farm, spreading a disease wherever she wanted to. She carried a broom and a rake. If Pesta came with a broom, everyone would die. If she came with a rake, some would survive.

These illustrations are done by the norwegian artist 
Theodor Severin Kittelsen (April 27, 1857 – January 21, 1914).
Fattigmannen”, “Pesta i trappen”, “Pesta Kommer” & “Musstad”