Guest Column: Three Books You Need To Read By Mass Punishment’s Chris Milos

Chris Milos

In our undying efforts to bring you engaging columns you won’t find anywhere else, we’ve reached out to the metal world seeking submissions for a new subject: Three amazing books you have to pick up and devour. Seeing as you read this blog everyday, we went out on a limb and assumed you’d maybe want […]

In May, All Of This Could Be Yours…

Make me an offer

Since I announced a few weeks back that I wouldn’t be renewing the site’s registration this coming May, thus killing the very blog I’ve been running like a champ the last five years, I’ve had two readers reach out with emails asking me if I’d consider selling GSA. It was quite flattering. Truth be told, […]

Guest Column: Three Bands You May Not Know But Should By In The Company Of Serpents

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By now, you should know the drill. We’ve been having musicians from across metal’s grand spectrum pen brief guest columns for us on a number of engaging topics: must-read books, must-see films, and bands you may not know but absolutely should. Today’s column comes from the band In The Company Of Serpents. We are fortunate […]

Guest Column: Three Bands You May Not Know But Should By Will Z.

Will Z

By now, you should know the drill. We’ve been having musicians from across metal’s grand spectrum pen brief guest columns for us on a number of engaging topics: must-read books, must-see films, and bands you may not know but absolutely should. Today’s column comes from genre-bending multi-instrumentalist Will Z., who has entered the occult rock […]

Guest Column: Three Movies You Need To See By The Black Lantern

The Black Lantern

After Dustin Boltjes of Skeletonwitch contributed a column on must-see horror flicks, we decided to open the topic up to the members of other bands. Why? Well, in addition to loving music and literature, we’re huge movie buffs and feel maybe your life could similarly benefit from a big screen broadening. So here for you […]

Guest Column: Three Movies You Need To See By Desecrator’s Riley Strong

Desecrator

After Dustin Boltjes of Skeletonwitch contributed a column on must-see horror flicks, we decided to open the topic up to the members of other bands. Why? Well, in addition to loving music and literature, we’re huge movie buffs and feel maybe your life could similarly benefit from a big screen broadening. So here for you […]

Guest Column: Five Albums That Will Change You By Subversion’s Jay Shields

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A long time ago, we asked a bunch of bands to submit columns on the following topic: Five Albums That Will Change Your Life. Today, we bring you an entry provided by Subversion frontman Jay Shields, who have a new album coming out next month; check out a lyric video from the dudes here. It’s […]

Snakedriver Exclusive Song Streams: “Reign of the Slime” And “The Salivant”

Snakedriver

GunShy Assassin, the heckled, disowned viper of the metal blogging world, is in it’s death throes. This serpent isn’t done writhing yet, though; we’ve still venom left. Another serpent flexing it’s sinewy coils is Snakedriver, a metallic hardcore quartet from my current hometown Little Rock, Arkansas. Besides consistently punishing crowds whenever they perform with groups […]

Guest Column: Three Bands You May Not Know But Should By Karma To Burn’s Evan Devine

Karma To Burn

By now, you should know the drill. We’ve been having musicians from across metal’s grand spectrum pen brief guest columns for us on a number of engaging topics: must-read books, must-see films, and bands you may not know but absolutely should. Today’s column comes from from Evan Devine, the drummer for Karma to Burn. Noon […]

An Important Announcement Regarding GunShyAssassin

Sadly, it is...

It has been four-plus years since I first launched GunShyAssassin.com, and today, I have some unfortunate news I must report. I have made a tough decision that has ultimately been a long time coming, and will no doubt bring a smile to many smug fucking faces out there, much to my chagrin. This spring, when […]