#LinkFrogging...did a bad bad thing.
Week Two is upon us and the picks are flying fast and furiously. But with less Vin Diesel.
Austin, Tex., metal band Eagle Claw will release its sophomore album Timing of the Void Oct. 30 via ECH Records. The follow up to the group's 2010 debut Poacher, Timing of the Void was recorded at Folkvang Studios and produced by Bryan Richie of fellow ATX metalheads The Sword. Featuring eight tracks of the quartet's "InstruMetal", the record's title and overarching theme is based on The Book of Five Rings, a text on kenjutsu and the martial arts written by Japanese swordsman Miyamoto Musashi ci...
Texas occult metal band Venomous Maximus will release its new album Beg Upon the Light Oct. 30 via Occulture Records. The band recorded at Origin Sound in Houston, with a head space described as "somewhere between an Alejandro Jodorowsky film and a New Orleans voodoo den." Beg Upon the Light's striking cover art was designed by artist Dann Miller and builds on the band's ever-evolving themes, including, among other things, magic, alchemy, extra-sensory perception and astrology, subjects "on the ...
Saint Vitus is heading out on the road in support of ‘Lillie F-65,’ the band’s first album in 17 years. The tour is Saint Vitus’ first full US headlining stint since 1993 and guitarist Dave Chandler was kind enough to spend a few minutes talking to Jibbies about ‘Lille…’, why this is all finally happening now, a variety of upcoming live recordings from the band, the joys of the road, and the even greater joys of local noise ordinances….And all while prepping for the arrival of Hurricane Isaac.
The tour begins this Friday, Sept. 14, in Little Rock, Ark., heading to the East Coast the West Coast and then swinging back to the middle, wrapping up Oct. 19 in San Antonio. Weedeater and Sourvein support, making this a can’t-miss fall package.
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Saint Vitus - 'Lillie F-65'
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McLaren vs. Ferrari. It is one of the greatest continuous rivalries in sport, right up there with Yankess vs. Dodgers, Michigan vs. Ohio State, or any of the other greats. Monza, site of the Italian Grand Prix, is Ferrari’s home circuit. But that didn’t stop Lewis Hamilton from taking pole, with his McLaren teammate Jenson Button joining him on the front row in P2. Right behind them on the starting grid was the first Ferrari, piloted not by...
#LinkFrogging...seems to have picked up a clinger.
The Gonzogeek staff begins week one of a seventeen week journey of pigskin picking shame. What will the next three months hold? Bitter bitter disputes. ENJOY!
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Lotus’s Romain Grosjean has been given a one-race ban after the stewards at Spa-Francorchamps judged him to be responsible for causing the first-corner accident at the start of Sunday’s 2012 Formula 1 Shell Belgian Grand Prix.
The ban means Grosjean will miss next weekend’s Italian event, which takes place at Monza from September 7-9. He has also been fined 50,000 Euros.
“The stewards regard this incident as an ex...
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Qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps showed that the month-long summer break hadn’t done a thing to dampen the 2012 Formula 1 season’s competitiveness. Bottom, middle, and top; surprises were evident everywhere. Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) failed to make it out of Q1, while Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) mired in Q2.
And at the top? Jenson Button (McLaren) won his first pole in 61 races (Monaco 2009). Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber) became the first ...