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Fat Mike Plays Occupy Los Angeles
Fat Mike Plays Occupy Los Angeles
"I just found out that I'm a 1%er. So this morning I've decided to start occupying myself in protest. Anybody want to join me?" NOFX bassist and frontman Fat Mike tweeted from San Francisco on November 1. The discovery prompted the politically minded punk rocker to close his Bank of America account, become a member of the New Resource Bank, and join the occupation, Punknews reports... R
Create Avoid, ‘Heart Remains’ — New Album
Create Avoid, ‘Heart Remains’ — New Album
Create Avoid; say it out loud and fast a few times and you'll 'get' the puns implicit in the name- are making music in the vein of classic, DIY hardcore with their debut release, 'Heart Remains.' While that ethic has certainly waned in the hardcore scene in recent years, Create Avoid keep the flame burning and pass the genre's torch to a new breed and generation of kids in the crowds and on the s
Barn Burner Guitarist Nick Ball — Your iPod Is Showing
Since Barn Burner are a Canadian stoner/doom metal group that sound like a '90s disc unearthed in a musty wooden crate at a Man's Ruin estate sale, we figured their guitarist Nick Ball's iPod would be filled with songs by Kyuss, Corrosion of Conformity, Cathedral, Sleep and pretty much any other band you'd listen to while smoking weed through a Coca-Cola can...
Ask the ‘Creep: Do Year-End Lists Even Matter?
It's the end of another year, best-of and top 10 lists abound! You know you know best (certainly better than that bozo), and as far as you're concerned every opinion, save your own, is little more than noxious proof of the existence of the jerk from whence it came...
These Arms Are Snakes Dish Up the Dirt of Playing with Christian Bands
These Arms Are Snakes Dish Up the Dirt of Playing with Christian Bands
Not all touring packages are a good fit, especially when religion is thrown into the mix. In a recent video interview with Dirty laundry These Arms Are Snakes dished on they're touring with a "Christian screamo-band" years back. "We were trying to make it big," confesses vocalist Steve Snere on why the tour even happened...

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