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Ted Nugent calls Parkland survivors soulless

Posted by on April 2, 2018

This past weekend, NRA board member Ted Nugent had a lot to say about the Parkland survivors. And as you might expect from the Nuge, unlike Jesse Hughes, Nugent has no remorse about his blatantly harsh opinions. On Friday (30th) he explained why he believes the Parkland survivors have no soul: “The level of ignorance goes […]

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Ted Nugent believes there are “Democrat smudges that we’ve got to fix A.S.A.P”

Posted by on August 17, 2017

At this point, it wouldn’t surprise us if Kid Rock is serious about running for the U.S. Senate for the state of Michigan, even though it’s likely just a creative marketing tactic. Following the violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia, it is obvious our country is walking into a series of unfortunate chaotic events. Regardless […]

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Ted Nugent thinks it’s time to tone down “hateful rhetoric”

Posted by on June 16, 2017

Ted Nugent is unapologetically partisan. The Motor City Madman has been pro-gun, which you might guess from his live show, in which he shoots a guitar onstage with a flaming arrow. Yet he’s been even more outspoken about politics, defending apartheid, calling former President Obama a psycopath and saying that he and Hillary Clinton should […]

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Rock and metal community reacts to Orlando shooting

Posted by on June 13, 2016

Over the weekend, the worst mass shooting in modern US history took place in Orlando, FL when a gunman killed 49 people at a night club. This act of terror brings back the terrifying incident that took place in Paris this past November, when terrorists stormed Le Bataclan during an Eagles of Death Metal show. Given such a […]

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Ted Nugent says him and Prince were ‘musical blood brothers’

Posted by on April 22, 2016

It’s been an ongoing joke for a few months to ask and report what Corey Taylor or Scott Ian think about any random subject, but there’s another one that also likes to pitch in on every topic, and that’s former rock star Ted Nugent. After the surprising news of music legend Prince’s passing yesterday, the […]

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Ted Nugent posts anti-semitic message about gun control

Posted by on February 9, 2016

As a tradition that never seems to be ending anytime soon, former rock star Ted Nugent is in the headlines once again for never holding back on his political statements. Surprisingly, this time it wasn’t about president Obama as it usually is, but now he decided to target a particular group who he believes are the responsible behind […]

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Guess which side of Obama’s speech Ted Nugent came out on?

Posted by on January 6, 2016

Yesterday, President Barack Obama gave an emotional speech about gun regulation. Laying out the case from the East Room of the White House, he outlined the executive actions he was going to take. While expanding background checks, clarifying that people that sell arms register as firearms dealers, and hiring more people to ensure that is […]

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Metal by Numbers appendix: the top selling hard rock/metal ever

Posted by on August 19, 2015

If you’re reading this, you’re most likely familiar with our weekly Metal by Numbers column, looking at the weekly sales numbers of hard rock and metal music. While sales continue to decline as people adopt to streaming, there are still a solid amount of records being sold, and many of them are metal. Last week, […]

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Florida man arrested for rocking National Anthem too hard

Posted by on July 13, 2015

We have a fun game in the office we play with our sister site The Laugh Button called “Germany or Florida.” One of us will read a headline, usually a ridiculous one, and have other people guess if it happened in Germany or Florida. Usually the most out of control, Onion-sounding ones happened in Florida, and […]

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Metal By Numbers 7/16: Judas Priest redeem record sales

Posted by on July 16, 2014

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Retirement plans for metal bands (or really any kind of rock band) seem to involve the same thing: big final tour with possibly a final album, then at some point someone says “Well, we […]

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