Biography of Buckethead Part 2
The all new back stories behind the big biography of Buckethead began with a kid, named Brian Carroll, who grew in a suburb in Southern California, which is actually closer to Disneyland. Reserved, shy, and being himself most of the time, Brian was just another kid who loved to read comics, play video games, fight up the martials and flick his stuff similar to any other kid would do. All the more, he just loved to pry his way to Disneyland, a place where he spent time apart from his home.
As a teen, biography of Buckethead takes up a different yet amazing youth hood, where Brian can be seen playing the Guitar and plonking away with the top-notch metal masters of the ears, say for instance, the Angus Young of AC/DC; the Ozzy Osbourne Randy Rhoads; and the Swedish overdrive mayhem Yngwie Malmsteen. Similar to the Rhoads and Malmsteen, Carroll imparts a reasonable tinge of the classical touch into his mushrooming style. Besides that, his awesome reading into the depths of music has earned him a fabulous name, holding him aside for the years to come.
Nevertheless, with the biography of Buckethead, Carroll is seen sporting with anything possible, but is never tossy or flamboyant about his stuff. Swirling, twisting and mouth gaping guitar moves are is definitely not something for Carroll. The truth is, in the real world, there would have always been someone who he would have hid behind on the stage, say, a sort of an. alter ego.
If one were to purse through the biography of Buckethead, they could have spotted instantly that not many were in for the “Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers”, the 1988 fright flick. It was ten years later that this slasher trashed the markets. However, it was something that inspired Brian the most. It was this mask that Brian went ahead seeking the all new transformation from within. Later that very night another inspiration struck him with the bucketful of chicken he was eating. In an interview with Guitar Player magazine in the year 1996, Brian stated “It all started when I was eating and just put the bucket on my head. I stood in front of the mirror and said it’s buckethead.’ It was just the thing that happened. Later after which, I preferred being that thing all the time.”
He was nothing like the editors of the Guitar player His star-studded chord busters and the eight-finger solos are absolutely delightful and aren’t something common you can hear on this planet anytime soon. The whole word is embodied with such Guitar wizards, nevertheless, none with a pluck of a distance from him. But what sets him apart is the couture “Buckethead”, the kind of persona he has derived. The biography of Buckethead, this character, the sinister like mask, and the sober KFC bucket on the head, and the weird chicken fetish is sheer American surrealism. He is definitely a star, strangely enough for the different kind and not an overwhelming personality, but of the sheer kind of his own. His musical presence just seems to be everywhere in his own world of music being personified and embodied.