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GWAR Is Coming! Dynamite To Publish ‘GWAR: Orgasmageddon’ Comic Book Series
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Back in October, I told you all about a new Kickstarter campaign that involved one of the best theatrical stage bands of all time: GWAR! Since then it has become apparent to everyone, up to and including Dynamite Entertainment, that there is a fan base that is in dire need of sustenance! Which brings us to our current news: Dynamite will publish the GWAR: Orgasmageddon comic book series for the masses!

GWAR: Orgasmageddon #1, which is written by Matt Miner (Toe Tag Riot, Critical Hit) along with the members of GWAR, with and art by Jonathan Brandon Sawyer (Welcome Back, Critical Hit), will hit comic book shops, online retailers, and digital platforms this June.

There’s a video below from Dynamite and GWAR, along with all the covers for issue 1 and more details about this exceptional partnership.

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Playlist: Booty Music for 80s & 90s Artsy Alternative Types
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Playlist: Booty Music for 80s & 90s Artsy Alternative Types

This mix is exactly what the title says. It’s meant to be listened to all the way through, in order, without skipping. (I realize this is an antiquated practice, but I made it in 2002. I made a CD tray card and cover for it and everything. #getoffmylawn)

The albums these are taken from are solid, too.

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Rock and Roll Titan and Pioneer Chuck Berry Has Died
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Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry, the unfounded absolute legend and major crafter of much of the archetypical sounds and styles of the genesis of rock and roll, was found dead today in St. Charles, MO. He was 90.

Without question, the superlatives that have been foisted upon Berry ever since he exploded onto the scene in the early 1950s have never been placed incorrectly. It’s a simple equation: Without Chuck Berry, there wouldn’t be rock and roll, period. He made a blueprint (born from his love of players like T-Bone Walker and the like who came before him) that plays out like a true blue American songbook of the rock and roll idiom. Those songs are as well known as any other in any genre in any sound any human being has ever made, and the influence has stretched long and wide, influencing a chain link of titans of the rock genre who followed, like John Lennon, Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, the list goes on and on endlessly.

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Preview: Fates Warning With John Arch ‘Fata Morgana’ From ‘Awaken the Guardian Live’
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Last year marked the 30th anniversary of Fates Warning’s third album, the progressive metal masterpiece Awaken the Guardian. In celebration of the occasion last year, founding (and current) guitarist Jim Matheos reassembled the album’s classic line-up, including singer John Arch, for two festival shows. Now, the entire recordings from those shows have been compiled for an upcoming CD/DVD and Blu-ray titled Awaken the Guardian Live, and Metal Blade Records has released a preview of it.

Check out the preview of the upcoming live release (video and streaming audio) here below of the song “Fata Morgana.”

The Awaken the Guardian Live Blu-ray and 2-CD/1-DVD are available now for preorder now, and will released on April 28, 2017. Metal Blade is also offering some limited edition variations.

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Man In The High Castle’s ‘Resistance Radio’ Launched; Angry Trump Fans Think It’s Real
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Amazon recently launched Resistance Radio, a digital radio station created as a companion to their award-winning streaming television series The Man in the High Castle, which is based on the book by Philip K. Dick. High Castle‘s story is set in an alternate dystopian world where, after losing World War II, the United States is divided and occupied by two powers — Greater Nazi Reich and the Japanese Pacific States — and its oppressed people live in fear under totalitarian rule. From the country’s lawless neutral zone, a pirate radio station has emerged to keep the memory of the former America alive and to fight back against the current regime.

As io9 discovered, interestingly enough, soon after Resistance Radio was launched, some supporters of U.S. President Trump (the actual current president of the United States of America) took to social media to express their outrage at the new anti-fascism and anti-Nazi propaganda radio station. Not only did they believe that the station was real, but that it was somehow anti-Trump; therefore, they were offended by its existence and what they referred to as its “liberal agenda.”

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Watch: Official Video For ‘Beauty and The Beast’ Title Song Sung By John Legend and Ariana Grande
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John Legend and Ariana Grande Sing Beauty and the Beast Title Song

In the days leading up to the release of Beauty and the Beast you’ll be seeing a lot of press junket material and reviews. To keep things short regarding the latter, it’s an okay movie on a narrative level, but the chemistry between the cast, the music, and production design are out of this world. Of course, since the film is so faithful to the original, you can expect contemporary covers of songs like “Beauty and the Beast.”

Disney has released the official music video for the title song, this time sung by John Legend and Ariana Grande. Check it out below.

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Disney In Depth: Revisit These Overlooked Disney Songs (Part 2)
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More Disney songs, specifically from the past 15 years, more or less, are most upsettingly forgotten in light of a few breakout pieces. “Let it go,” I tell myself, tongue in cheek. There are memorable songs beyond the realm of Frozen, Tangled, and Moana.

In this Disney In Depth I follow-up part one of my list of overlooked Disney songs with ten more that deserve multiple listens – and downloads, too, should they be accessible.

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Album Review: Nathan Gray Collective “Until The Darkness Takes Us”
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Nathan Gray Collective
Until The Darkness Takes Us
Label: Tongues Of Fire
Release date: March 3, 2017

Nathan Gray wants you to live your life to the fullest. The 44-year-old singer, best known for his work with the bands Boysetsfire and I Am Heresy, is also a reverend and active member in The Church of Satan. One of the main, underlying philosophies of the church is that all we have is the here and now. There is no afterlife, so it is the duty of each each individual to make the most of their time in this world. That means indulging in as many self-gratifying “sins” as one wishes so long as you are not causing harm to other innocent parties. Life and pleasure are to be celebrated, not squandered or stifled. Death and creation are the great motivators.

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112-Track ‘Bob’s Burgers’ Music Album Coming Soon
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If you’re a fan of Bob’s Burgers and especially of the many original songs the animated series features in its episodes, The Bob’s Burgers Music Album is coming soon.

The collection will include 107 songs from the show, including “Nice Things Are Nice,” “Bad Stuff Happens in the Bathroom,” an extended version of the theme song, and many more. There will also be five bonus tracks from “Bob’s Buskers,” a series in which popular recording artists cover Bob’s Burgers songs, bringing the grand total track count to 112. There will even be a deluxe limited edition box set available, which comes with condiment colored vinyl records.

You can get all the details, see a full track listing, watch an unboxing video, and listen to a couple of the songs below.

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Album Review: Kreator ‘Gods Of Violence’
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Gods of Violence
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Label: Nuclear Blast
Release Date: January 27, 2017

Teutonic thrash lords Kreator have just unleashed their fourteenth studio album, Gods of Violence. The record is out now worldwide via the Nuclear Blast label and marks the German legends’ first studio effort in five years. That’s the longest period that Kreator have ever taken between albums in their 30-year career. So, was it worth the wait?

In short, yes! Not only is Kreator at the top of their game musically, but Gods of Violence may just be their most cohesive effort to date. It’s truly amazing when any band has such longevity, but to continue raising the bar when many of your contemporaries have long since fallen out is an extreme rarity.

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