In this week's Plastic Spoon, Hunter combines some of his favorite things: Pizza, the Cuban Sandwich, Alliteration and Making Fun of Tom Brady.
I recently obtained a CD entitled “Boneless Christian” by the obscure and cult followed band COVEN. This record came out in 1994 and is the third album by this Washington state band. From a historical background we all know of the hotbed Thrash scenes of San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York City in the 80’s and early 90’s. However, there was quite a burgeoning and vibrant scene in Washington at the time as well. The upper North West had a unique amalgamation of bands ...
In this installment of our weekly interview series, Hunter interviews Rob Metcalfe, director of The Haunted Appalachian Caverns for one of Hunter's side projects, "Cave Haunters".
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And the 2012 count continues; five races and five winners from five teams, Williams’ Pastor Maldonado being the most recent following his triumph in Spain. An eventful qualifying in Monaco set up the distinct possibility of a sixth new winner. Michael Schumacher took his first pole since 2006, but had to surrender it due to a 5 grid-spot penalty stemming from a collision in Spain with Maldonado’s Williams teammate Bruno Senna, leaving Mark Webber (Red Bull) in th...
Hunter's review of Men in Black III is uneven, slightly rambly, and sometimes doesn't make any sense. Just like Men in Black III.
CHIKARA is coming to iPPV on 6/2/12.
#LinkFrogging...for your own protection.
I’ve been into Howard since he first came on AM radio here in Houston in the early 2000s. I was a fan by reputation before then, but it’s tough to really ‘get’ the show without listening regularly. This tenure as a listener certainly doesn’t get me into even the top 75%, but once hooked I had no choice but to follow him to Sirius Satellite Radio, picking up my car unit and subscription in mid-2005 to be ready and waiting when he made his 1/9/06 debut.*
As a devoted...
The new "Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison" mini-series released by Dark Horse Comics looks at the Empire from a different perspective.
It’s guest host time again. Jibbies had to take care of a kiddo emergency on the home front and couldn’t be on this week’s episode. Filling in is Loond’s good buddy Mr. Chris Riquelme. The guys discuss the new French band called Abrahma that has taken a deserving spot on the Small Stone roster. From there the conversation goes into the importance or lack of as far as song lyrics go these days. The guys are elated over the art work for the upcoming Testament record and Loond is jazzed that Juan Croucier is back in the fold with Ratt. The guys also talk about the upcoming record from Kreator. L&R round out the show with talk of the Houston music scene, the new Dynamo stadium, and the Black Sabbath drummer saga.
**Note** - since the recording of this episode it has been made public info that Tommy Clufetos is manning the drum throne for the upcoming Sabbath shows. Congrats to him!
Horns Up! - J&L
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Music featured this episode:
Abrahma - Vodun Pt. 1 Samedi's Awakening
Testament - Ten Thousand Thrones
Ratt - You Think You’re Tough
Kreator - Terror Zone