#LINKFROGGING...saying goodbye to summer
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In this episode we herald the return of Faith No More, talk about new music from Orange Goblin, Red Fang, and Cavalera Conspiracy, and begin hyping the Fallcore 2014 extravaganza later this year in HTX. Loond clues us in on shows he’s been checking out, including Queensryche’s tour, then he and Jibbies descend into bemoaning Houston’s continued evident B-rating as a place for tours to stop and ridiculing both Slipknot’s new-mask policy and Geoff Tate’s feverishly humping away at destroying whatever remaining cred he has.
Horns Up! – J&L
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Sweet Apple releases its sophomore power-pop platter ‘The Golden Age of Glitter,’ one week from today, Apr. 8, via Tee Pee Records. The band consists of J Mascis (Dinosaur Jr., Heavy Blanket), Tim Parnin (Cobra Verde, Chuck Mosley), John Petkovic (Cobra Verde, Death of Samantha, Guided By Voices) and Dave Sweetapple (Witch, Vardlokk). ‘The Golden Age of Glitter’ is the follow up to the band's debut ‘Love &a...
#LinkFrogging...in the weeds.
Here’s Part 2 of Jibbies & Loond’s Top 10 Heavy Metal Cover Songs. Part 1 can be found here.
#5 Jibbies – Anthrax – ‘Got The Time’ (Joe Jackson)
#5 Loond – Exodus – ‘Low Rider’ (War)
#4 Jibbies – Slayer – ‘Dissident Aggressor’ (Judas Priest)
#4 Loond – Dead Horse – ‘Rock Lobster’ (The B-52s)
#3 Jibbies – Faith No More – ‘...
#LinkFrogging...Kat and mouse.
It's summertime, and I don't know about where you're from, but this is what the girls look like walking past my front porch right about now. Yeah, I know. I've got it good.
In this case though, I've decided to share. The young lady in question is Amber Heard, and you can check her out for yourself starting today in the limited US theatrical release of John Carpenter's The Ward.
Geeks of all sorts are likely already familiar with Ms. Heard. Automotive enthusiasts will still have...