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Ejected fan who attempted to swim back to Slayer show commemorated on Budweiser beer can

Last year, Oshawa resident Chris LaRocque was kicked out of a Slayer concert at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage and attempted to swim back to the venue, humorously documented by Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian, who called LaRocque the “fan of the tour.” Now, Exclaim reports that Budweiser itself is acknowledging LaRocque’s persistence by featuring the infamous “Slayer Swimmer” on

Remembering the Boston Show That Prophesized the Rise of Led Zeppelin

This year marks half a century since the official debut of Led Zeppelin. Let that sink in. We all know at first the critics didn’t know what to think of Led Zeppelin, the group’s initial offering to the world in 1969  — now one of the most influential records in history. What may not be

Killer Mike takes aim at everyone in trailer for new Netflix show Trigger Warning: Watch

Killer Mike has never shied away from asserting his views both proudly and eloquently. Next month, Netflix will give him a new platform to from which to “explore socially relevant topics” with a new “subversive comedy documentary series,” Trigger Warning with Killer Mike. Premiering January 18th on the streaming service, the six-part series finds the Run the

Ranking: Every Marvel Movie and TV Show from Worst to Best

This feature originally ran in April 2015 and will be periodically updated and re-published with the latest Marvel releases. Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the abstract. It’s exact science by way of a few beers. This time, we sort through the best and

It’s almost time kids: Halloween TV show could still be a thing

A couple of years ago, Fangoria reported that Halloween could make its way to television. This was at a time when producer Malek Akkad had no idea where to take the franchise following Rob Zombie’s hilarious remakes. Well, seeing how David Gordon Green’s reboot hits theaters on October 19th, it’s obvious that plan never came

Live Review: Modern Life Is War refuse to grow old at Denver show (9/15)

Setting the Stage:  Modern Life Is War may just be the most accessible hardcore band of all time. To the cultists of heavy, that might sound like a bad thing; a big appeal of punk and metal subgenres is their inaccessibility to the larger music culture, a secret shared by weirdos in sweaty basements all

Bruce Springsteen's Broadway Show Coming to Netflix

For those of you who were unable to get tickets to Bruce Springsteen’s Tony Award-winning Broadway show, you’re in luck. Springsteen on Broadway will debut on Netflix on Dec. 15, the same day the show ends its run at New York’s Walter Kerr Theater. According to The New York Times, two special performances were recorded for private audiences