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Category Archives: Web 2.Oh-no

The Harm Of Fake Facebook “Likes” And Its Effect On The Metal Community

Posted by on April 30, 2013

There’s been a strange epidemic occurring on Facebook lately: metalcore and djent groups’ “likes” have increased dramatically. More specifically, bands like Friend For A Foe and Red Seas Fire (as well as Basick Records’ roster) have seen an enormous increase in “likes” on Facebook, as seen in the image above [taken by Katie Jackson]. This […]

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Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe Deactivates Twitter Account

Posted by on May 22, 2012

Lamb Of God singer Randy Blythe has been one of the most vocal metal musicians on Twitter, having shared his opinions on the industry as well as his bid for the presidency. Well, our Twitter feed has just gotten more quiet, as Blythe has deactivated his account. Prior to deactivating his Twitter account, the Lamb […]

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Proof That The “My First Hardcore Song” Craze Is Just Getting Started

Posted by on January 24, 2012

Ok, so who HASN’T seen eight year old Juliet’s “My First Hardcore Song” video? Seeing that the clip has well over 13 million views in less than a week, chances are you have. And it would appear that someone is hoping those views will turn into dollar signs. Not only is the song available for […]

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MySpace Likely To Be Sold For Only $20 Million

Posted by on June 29, 2011

According to All Things Digital, News Corp. is about to sell MySpace for an asking price as low as $20 million-$30 million. At the moment, advertising network Specific Media and private equity firm Golden Gate Capital are the two frontrunners in acquiring the one-time king of social networks. The purchase will also reportedly include as […]

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Six Fete Undre Are On Twitre

Posted by on February 21, 2011

Fans of Six Feet Under can now rejoice in the fact that band leader Chris Barnes has joined Twitter. Fans of correct spelling, on the other hand, might be a little disappointed. Especially since Chris Barnes’ own name was misspelled in one of the three posts on the page so far. Granted, Twitter and Facebook […]

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