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Mushroomhead Makes Us Wet At The Brick By Brick *With Special Commentary*

Sup, biznatches!? What you all been up to? Enough about you all, on October 12 we here at Ugh Metal experienced that great masked band. NOT Slipknot. 1,690 more words

Heavy Metal

My evening with Fabio Frizzi

Ever since I could remember, I have loved Italian Horror. To me, the names Mario Bava, Lamberto Bava, Lucio Fulci, Dario Argento, Umberto Lenzi, Michele Soavi and so forth…those names, to me, are the equivalent to celebrity names for most. 313 more words

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Negrini hands £150,000 job to former Waltham Forest exec

Croydon Council appears to have found the perfect replacement for Jo Negrini for the six-figure salaried job of executive director of planning and regeneration: someone who left their previous permanent role on a London council with a hefty pay-off just a few months after controversy over unchecked transfers of public money to a failing private business project. 583 more words

Croydon Council

Corbyn joins protest against RIBA and honours for developers

Piers Corbyn, the brother of the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, was among the activists who gathered in central London this week to protest at the Royal Institute for British Architects’ Stirling Prize awards dinner, over the organisation’s support for schemes which have seen the transfer of billions of pounds of public land and assets to private interests. 435 more words

Croydon Council

Negrini's fellowship and council's deal with architects' firm

STEVEN DOWNES, the Editor of Inside Croydon, on the unhappy coincidence of the award of an honorary fellowship to the council’s chief executive

RIBA, the Royal Institute of British Architects, was unable to offer any explanation last week for its decision to award an honorary fellowship to Jo Negrini, the chief executive of Croydon Council. 799 more words

Croydon Council

Tengger Cavalry Invade San Diego a Second Time

One awesome night after the Goatwhore performance, Ugh Metal got a second chance to attend another unforgettable show and join the raid led by the Tengger Cavalry. 598 more words

Heavy Metal

Architects plan protest against 'social cleansing for profit'

Architects for Social Housing, the organisation which maintains that London boroughs should be providing decent, affordable homes, is staging a protest in central London on Thursday, when RIBA, the Royal Institute for British Architects, stages its annual Stirling Prize, reckoned to be the country’s most “prestigious” architectural prize. 854 more words

Croydon Council