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Return To The Moshpit

When I was young I used to like nothing more than getting down the front at a gig (commonly known as the moshpit), bouncing up and down and getting generally knocked about by a usually genial group of fellow fans who were up for the same experience. 452 more words

Music

Daily Dose: 'Love Like Blood' by Killing Joke

Another oldie, this time from killing joke, who are a fantastic example of why it’s best to not get yourself pigeon holed. Apart from a seven year break at the turn of the millennium, they’ve been making music consistently since the start of the eighties. 245 more words

Daily Dose

Tymon Dogg & The Dacoits Gigs in Spain Went Great!

Probably the best and coolest underground venue in Granada, La Planta Baja, was full on 1 April to welcome back the now expanded Tymon Dogg & The Dacoits – once there were three, then there were six! 68 more words

Batman: The Killing Joke

Introduction

Well, for anyone that doesn’t live under a rock and follows comic book websites, you know that Batman:  The Killing Joke is set to be released as an animated film this summer.   852 more words

Comic Books

Batman: The Killing Joke Animated Movie To Receive An "R" Rating

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has accepted the MPAA’s “R” rating for its upcoming animated film, Batman: The Killing Joke, choosing to remain true to the landmark DC Comics graphic novel’s violent, controversial story, and making the film the first non-PG/PG-13 rated movie in the nine-year history of the DC Universe Original Movie franchise. 476 more words

Comic Books

Ruff n Roar |Live At Scratchers |Mick Clarke

One musician who faithfully reproduces his brand of blues live too, as I witnessed during his performance at Mumbai’s St. Andrew’s Auditorium on October 25th, 2014, is Mick Clarke; all this, even after churning albums out since the ‘60s, initially as a member of Killing Floor, before going solo. 142 more words

FlinterFile: Killing Joke- Love Like Blood

In 1985, Killing Joke released their only big hit. They refused to promote the regular way and also did not follow the musical trends, which brought them a specific audience. 43 more words

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