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$5 MP3 Album Deal: Slayer ‘Reign In Blood’
Empress Eve   |  

Slayer Reign In Blood

Right now, Amazon has Slayer‘s Reign In Blood in MP3 format on sale for only 5.00. The sale is part of the site’s monthly deals on MP3 albums for only $5 each.

If you’d like a physical copy of Reign In Blood, the CD is available for $11.49 and is an AutoRip, which means with the CD purchase you’ll also get a FREE MP3 download of the entire album.

This discount MP3 version of Reign In Blood contains two extra tracks: “Aggressive Perfector” and a remix of “Criminally Insane.” The original 10-song album, which clocks in at under 30 minutes, was released in 1986 and was the band’s breakout effort, mostly thanks to the wildly popular “Angel Of Death.” Featuring the original four members of Slayer, the album is a non-stop double-bass frenzy of thrash metal that set the bar high for other bands in that genre. A highly worthy purchase, even at full price, other standout songs are “Jesus Saves,” “Postmortem,” and “Raining Blood.” My favorite Slayer album by far. Check it out!!!

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The Drill Down 340: It’s a Man’s World?
Mr. BabyMan   |  


This week, Greg Davies from the Blendover and Geeks Of Doom’s TARDISBlend podcasts joins Dwayne and Andrew as we discuss: Facebook fights click bait, the NSA builds a Google to search your records, Amazon buys Twitch, and…is misogyny in games out of control?

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‘Ghostbusters’ Funko Pop Vinyl Figures Include Stay Puft Glow-in-the-Dark Version!
Empress Eve   |  

Funko Pop Ghostbusters Stay Puft Over-Sized Action Figure

[Ghostbusters - Stay Puft Over-Sized Pop! Action Figure]

We came, we saw, we kicked its ass!

In honor of the 30-year anniversary of Ghostbusters, we’ll see the film’s return to theaters today for one-week-only, as well as an upcoming Blu-ray containing digitally restored editions of the film and its sequel packaged together in a DigiPak.

Funko Pop! has a bunch of Ghostbusters vinyl figures that I wanted to point out (and by point out, I mean, by for myself), including the insanely adorable Stay Puft Marshmallow Man!!! (Want, need, must-have!), Winston with the Ecto 1, a Battle Damaged Stay Puft, and a special limited edition 30th anniversary set.

- Ghostbusters – Stay Puft Over-Sized Pop! Action Figure
- Ghostbusters – Stay Puft Marshmallow Man (Battle Damaged)
- Ghostbusters – Stay Puft Glow-in-the-Dark Version Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Ghostbusters – Slimer Action Figure
- Ghostbusters – Dr. Peter Venkman Action Figure
- Ghostbusters – Dr. Egon Spengler Action Figure
- Ghostbusters – Dr. Raymond Stantz Action Figure
- Ghostbusters – Winston Zeddmore and Ecto 1 Action Figure
- Ghostbusters – Slimed Peter and Slimer Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Ghostbusters – 30th Anniversary 4-Pack 2014 Limited Edition

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Martin Scorsese To Direct A Ramones Biopic
Stoogeypedia   |  

The Ramones

One of the most quintessential punk bands, The Ramones, is getting the full cinematic treatment via one of the most quintessential and metaphorical punk filmmakers, Martin Scorsese.

Still in its infancy, the project, which won’t even start until Scorsese has finished his current gig helming the upcoming film Silence, hasn’t even hired a writer on board yet, but has the full cooperation of the Ramones estate, according to The Wrap. The Ramones estate is planning a big celebration in 2016 to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the band’s 1976 landmark debut album, a record that reshaped the entire musical game, and almost singlehandedly created a new revolution in the sonic genre with its advent of punk. Peaking in the late 1970s, The Ramones released scores of records from 1976 to the mid 1990s, all with high energy and high decibel levels, lean and muscular tunes that are memorable and full of attitude of every stripe. Going through various incarnations since its inception, the band unfortunately was in the limelight earlier this year with the death of the original drummer Tommy Ramone, who had been the last remaining member of the original lineup.

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Black Metal Friday: “From the Kettle Onto the Coil” by Deafheaven
Ides Bergen   |  

Deafheaven Band Photo

For this week’s edition of Black Metal Friday, I have chosen a brand new track that was just released as part of the Adult Swim Singles Collection. “From the Kettle Onto the Coil” is the first new music from San Francisco band Deafheaven since their massive breakthrough album Sunbather topped many a critics “best of” lists at the end of 2013.

Listen to “From the Kettle Onto the Coil” here below.

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