The Mayor of Parts Unknown, Gonzogeek's resident wrestling columnist, returns from his semi-seclusion to preview WrestleMania XXVIII.
#LinkFrogging...gods save the Queen!
Taking a look at memorable #Avengers covers.
Taking a look at Bruce's latest obsession.
Stephe's tips on annoying your spouse.
Welcome to our post SXSW episode as our duo gives us a run down of their 4 days in Austin. Wednesday sees Loond taking in some Cro-Mags in the afternoon and some C.O.C that night. Thursday, Jibbies rips it up with Devildriver at The Scoot Inn. On Friday afternoon the guys catch Coliseum, Darkest Hour, and Cancer Bats. From there they establish residency at Head Hunters for the SmallStone showcase. An incredible line up is to be had and Loond has a quick chat with Jessica and Mike from Backwoods Payback. On Saturday Jibbies runs into Valient on the street and then catches him and the rest of the band at Jack-A-Lope for a killer set. The boys wind down that night with The Cult at Auditorium Shores.
Horns Up! - J&L
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Music featured this episode:
Cro-Mags - The Other Side Of Madness
C.O.C - Time Of Trials
Devildriver - Pray For Villains
Coliseum - Blind In One Eye
Darkest Hour - Love As A Weapon
Cancer Bats - Black Metal Bicycle
Backwoods Payback - Knock Wood
Gozu - Jamaican Luau
Dixie Witch - Let It Roll
Valient Thorr - 1000 Winters In A Row
Five Horse Johnson - B.C Approved
Stephe goes to Planet Comic-Con and meets a famous person. You can see it on 'Lifetime' next week.
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