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Tag Archives: The Ramones

Headbangers Brawl: Is punk “rubbish?”

Posted by on June 27, 2014

Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson is usually calm, cool and collected, but when talking to The Guardian earlier this week with punk/folk singer Frank Turner, he went off on a bit of a rant about punk music, calling it ‘rubbish.’ Was Dickinson’s rant just, or has his resentment toward punk something that’s been building up for […]

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Today In Metal: Motörhead’s ‘1916’ was released 23 years ago

Posted by on January 21, 2014

Metal Insider contributor Anthony Maisano is listening to a different metal album that was released on that day every day this year. Today, it’s Motörhead’s 1916, which was released on January 21st, 1991. The really cool thing about this album is that it is a bit less straightforward than other Motörhead albums. The title track, for example, is […]

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Video: Dave Grohl Gives Keynote Speech At SXSW

Posted by on March 15, 2013

Yesterday morning, Dave Grohl gave the keynote speech at SXSW. Although the Foo Fighters frontman went about this in a humorous, entertaining way, he went on to called the moment, “without a doubt, my musical life’s greatest honor.” One of the main statements he conveyed in his speech was that “The musician comes first.” He […]

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Children Of Bodom Streaming Cover Of Dropkick Murphy’s “I’m Shipping Up To Boston”

Posted by on May 15, 2012

Children Of Bodom have recorded covers of everyone from Alice Cooper to even Britney Spears. In fact, they’ve recorded so many over the years that they had enough to compile into Skeletons In The Closest. And for their new compilation album Holiday at Lake Bodom (15 Years of Wasted Youth), the Finnish metal group will […]

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Glenn Danzig And Henry Rollins Included In Shepard Fairey’s “Mount Rush-core”

Posted by on October 3, 2011

Bram and I have received a lot of crap from our New York City friends over our home state of New Jersey. Well we’d now like to challenge all the Jerz haters to name us another state that has a public piece of art immortalizing the forefathers of punk rock (including Glenn Danzig and Henry […]

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