B52: The band of misfits that has made the transition from punk to metal.
They are a band from Toronto, Canada, that has performed in every major metal band since the early 90s.
The band formed in the early 2000s as an offshoot of the hardcore scene, and it became one of the most successful bands in the genre when it released its debut album, “Bust of the Sun,” in 2004.
After the release of the record, they followed it up with two more albums, “Blood of the Damned” and “Dangerous Woman,” which went on to sell more than 100,000 copies in the United States alone.
The first two B52 albums are highly revered by fans, with one of them even being nominated for a Grammy award for best metal album in 2007.
The third album, which was released in 2017, “I Am The One,” was hailed as the “perfect continuation” of the band’s early sound.
B52 is the only band in the world that performs exclusively in the metal genre, and the band has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide.
Now, they are releasing their seventh studio album, titled “Boom,” on September 16.
The album features guest appearances from the likes of The Cure, Black Sabbath, and Metallica, as well as a new cover by Nirvana.
This is the first time the band will release a studio album.
The song “Fate” is based on the B52 story.
When I first heard that, I thought it was a joke, because it’s not a story.
I don’t think that’s what the story is.
And when I heard it, I felt like, Wow, it’s really a story and I was blown away by it.
I felt that way because it was such a huge story that had been around for so long, and I felt really like I had been part of that story since I was young, like my family had been there and I had seen them.
When the band first formed, it was in the late ’90s, and then it was around 2001, when I was 16, that I really started to think about it.
The songs on “Bumpin’,” which is the title track, is based around that time, and when I saw that, it really struck me as a really good fit.
So that’s the story behind that song.
The “Fatal Accident” is another song that is based off the B50 story.
The B50 band is one of many bands in Canada that has played in bands like The Cure and Metallic, and that was one of my favourite bands.
It was really a part of my life, and also something I always wanted to do.
I always thought, “Well, this is a really interesting band to write about.”
But it’s very different from the other B52 songs.
“Blood Of The Damned,” for example, is a lot more aggressive than the other songs on the album, and you have this really dark, hard-hitting, and raggedy sound.
I was just like, “Wow, this feels like the band that I know and love.”
And then I realized, “Oh, I’m really into this B52 sound.”
So I started writing a few songs that have this more of a death-metal sound, which is really what I was into when I first started writing B52.
And then, it became really fun.
I started thinking about it and thinking about how I could bring that back into the band, and this was just the beginning of it.
When we started to record, we started writing the songs about the band and its history and all of that, but I was really inspired by Metallica’s album “Revenge of the Machines,” because they did this really hard-rocking, metal-y sound, and B52 was an interesting blend of that.
The lyrics were very specific about the B2B band, which I was trying to capture in a really emotional way.
“The Road” is kind of a classic song.
It’s a really heavy song.
I really liked the lyrics, so I started to write some lyrics that sort of capture the feeling of the song.
And I really like the way it’s written, too.
I wrote it like a traditional B2b song, which makes sense to me because the original B2 bands were more of the metal-heavy kind of sound.
The lyric about being “born again” was a little bit off, because that was not something that I ever really connected with.
I’m very interested in people’s relationships, and being able to relate to someone else is something that’s very important to me.
And so the lyrics in this song, I think it’s pretty touching and it’s kind of sad.
But at the same time, it kind of has this other, dark, metal quality to it.
And there’s a lot of things going on in