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Upcoming Release: "The Best of Michael Monroe" to be Released via Spinefarm Records on June 30th!

In the leather-bound history of heartfelt rock ‘n’ roll, not only will Michael Monroe have at least one chapter all to himself. But his name will be colourfully threaded throughout, such has been his impact, his appeal, and his ongoing never-surrender story; a powerful, inspirational tale told in detail on  567 more words

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New Film About the Dead Boys' Stiv Bators Announced

Filmmaker Danny Garcia and Chip Baker Films have officially announced his latest project, ‘STIV: The Life and Times of a Dead Boy’, which will be the first real feature-length documentary film made focusing on the life of the legendary punk rock &roll icon, Stiv Bators. 397 more words

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Cover Song: Pearl Jam (Dead Boys)- Sonic Reducer

Last night the song “Sonic Reducer” by the Dead Boys popped in my head for some reason. And since I really enjoy sharing cover songs with you all, I thought I’d share Pearl Jam’s version of this seminal punk rock classic. 33 more words

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More punk

Two more punk records that I found is this 12″ single by the Dead Boys. I really wanted this one for a while now. But it is somewhat difficult to find due to it only being released in Belgium back in 1977. 36 more words

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Day Twenty Three: Renewal

Big news today! My girlfriend has decided to relocate from Arizona to live with me in Kentucky. Our initial plan was wait another year or so, flying back and forth for visits until she moved here in 2018. 686 more words

Chubbie Fresh, for the first time

I spent a lot of time alone at the Canterbury playground. Especially, early in my 8th grade year. I was waiting for anyone to come walking home from Heights High. 660 more words

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Gnarly! Radical! Totally Tubular Dude!: James Unsworth's 'N.S.F.L.'

In an interview with Amelia Abraham in VICE on his amusingly upsetting zine Ninja Turtle Sex Museum, London-based artist James Unsworth explained, “The grotesque usually combines horror and humor that don’t necessarily go together, and so you don’t really know how to process it. 1,339 more words

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