Goatsnake: El Coyote

Ah, Goatsnake.

Formed in 1996 and for all intents done for today, this is El Coyote, taken from the band's 2000 album, Flower of Disease. Goatsnake were one of several amazing bands on the sadly now-defunct Man's Ruin label, which was owned by artist Frank Kozik and which at some time or another boasted the likes of Queens of the Stone Age, Kyuss, High on Fire, Entombed and Turbonegro.


While Goatsnake only ever released two albums, and never really made it big like some of Man's Ruin's other bands, it's stuff like this that keeps the group's name alive, and which led to them reforming for Roadburn in 2010 to blow the roof off.

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The music is pretty good. I actually wasn't repulsed. Good work.

Anyway, the image in the video reminded me of this.

No, it's not an image of the female anatomy. It's the path to GIYGAS, universal cosmic destroyer. Play a video game... sheesh...