Danish rock band Volbeat rolled through Flint, Michigan Monday night to play a gig at The Machine Shop. For those of you not familiar with the band -- imagine James Hetfield singing 'Whiskey in the Jar' and early Glenn Danzig's vocals combined, add in the guitars of Green Day, Queens of the Stone Age, mix in helicopter-like thrash metal rhythms and a splash of rockabilly and you almost have an idea what the band sounds like.
Dirt Fest 2011 performers Givensix have just released their new album 'Harvest' after almost two years of working on the project. The Flint alt-rockers bring a fresh sound to the table that feels like having a meal with Patrick Bateman of 'American Psycho' while Tool, Rage Against the Machine, and Primus jam the dinner music. If you're confused by that loaded statement, this is a good thing. Check out my full review of the new Givensix record 'Harvest'.
If you're still on the fence about picking up Seether's new album 'Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray', I've taken the time to review the disc for you. While you're reading the review you can also check out their recent acoustic performances of 'Country Song', 'Broken', and 'Rise Above This'.
Good old Ghostface is back killing teens and asks the trademark question (with voice-changer app in tow): "What's your favorite scary movie?" Not this one, but it's much better than I expected it to be. Continue reading for my spoiler-free review of Scream 4.
It's stories like these that keep Maggie and I entertained and employed in the afternoon! Mel Gibson leaving voice mails, Lindsay Lohan being Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen going Ape S*&^ in the hotel room...we will miss you 2010!
I realized recently that a lot of people haven't spent as much time watching movies as I have. This is why every Friday I tell you which film you should've seen already. My recommended viewing for this weekend is "Fright Night".
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