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Very Metal Friday Night Update: More New Metal From Norway, 11 Minutes of Lesbian, And David Bowie With A Perm


Kvelertak demonstrates the proper way to rock the fuck out in their new video for their namesake track, “Kvelertak”.

Before we get on to all the metal news that happened this week, make sure you check out my review of the new Melvins cover record, Everybody Loves Sausages over at Curious Tracks, Purple Dog Record’s music blog. You should also make time to check out the newly redesigned Movies About Girls blog. It’s chock-full of movie reviews, links to all of MAG’s podcasts, as well as all of MAG’s other sister podcasts like Advanced Demonolgy, The MAG Down Under Varitey Hour, and our MAGpedia page. Lastly, still wondering what to do tonight? Go to this show.

More great metal from Norway; listen to Sahg’s new track, Firechild.

Groove doom band Ghost now makes dildos and butt plugs.

Henry Rollins is working on a new documentary series.

Get ready to go back to 1985 because here’s the official video for “Ride the Void, from Holy Grail.

11 minutes of Lesbian.

The original score to Re-Animator is getting re-released on vinyl.

Since I don’t have anything nice to say about the new Iggy and the Stooges record, I’m just going to stare at this picture of Iggy from his High School yearbook.

Speaking of staring, here’s a picture of David Bowie with a perm.

The trailer for the upcoming Japanese horror flick “Why You Don’t Play in Hell” looks bloody promising.

Very Metal Friday Night Update: Iggy Pop’s “Indie Label Problems”, Ozzy Falls Off The Wagon, And Alice In Chains Get “Stoned”


Iggy Pop hates on his indie record label. Bikini’s and hilarity ensues.

Yesterday, when The Onion so eloquently said, “Jesus, this week“, everybody nodded in agreement. So very quickly, I want to let you all know that as of this writing, Movies About Girls episode #165 will happen this weekend. As you know, MAG’s studio is located in Boston, our fearless King and his Queen are holding court, and are thankfully safe.

Fan fód my Beantown friends. I love you all, and that dirty old town.

The Dropkick Murphys‘ raised $100,000 for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. To make a donation to help the victims of the tragedy in Boston, click here.

Record Store Day is TOMORROW! Check out my list of recommended must-haves for RCD 2013, and my very metal RCD 2013 list over at Purple Dog Records.

Here’s the official music video for the new Alice in Chains track, “Stone”.

Listen to the excellent new track from Michael Monroe, “Ballad of the Lower East Side“.

RIP, Storm Throgerson.

Vince Neil says “It’s time” for Motley Crüe to say goodbye. “WE KNOW” said everybody.

David Lee Roth says he never married his male chef in a civil ceremony a decade ago. Thanks, Buzz Feed, I never heard that one before either.

Trying to talk to Johnny Marr about shoes.

Nico McBrain’s wife is McBatshit crazy. Naturally, she is a resident of the most twisted state in the union, otherwise known as Florida.

Speaking of bats, Ozzy said he was back on the sauce & drugs while recording the new Black Sabbath record. Which can only mean one thing; the new Black Sabbath album will be fucking awesome!

Anxious and depressed (isn’t everyone after this last week!)? Blame heavy metal.

Speaking of being anxious and depressed, ever wanted to see Axl Rose in 3D? Yeah, (remember, it’s NOT 1987) me either.

Very Metal Friday Night Update: Tom Araya Off Slayer’s Summer Tour, Heavy Metal Porn, And DLR’s “Little Elvis”

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As we previously reported on Monday, hoping it was a prank, Slayer has sadly confirmed that Tom Araya would not be fronting the band for their summer tour due to his continuing back issues. As if that wasn’t bad enough, Araya’s replacement is Jason Newsted. Very metal meh. Let’s all hope that Tom heals quickly, and gets back where he belongs along with Jeff Hanneman.

In happier news, a new episode of the Movies About Girls podcast will be coming your way this weekend! Episode #164 will have the gang picking apart episode #22 of Honey West: ‘Don’t Look Now, But That Isn’t Me!‘. In addition, expect plenty of top-shelf, low-brow humor, our take on the nightly news, the Crazy News, and our run down of the best and the worst recent DVD and Blu-Ray releases. We’ll also be playing another round of “That’s Not A Real Band Name, Is it?”, curated as always by yours truly. We’re hoping to get the show back live really soon, but until then, you can listen to episode #164, and all of our past shows, here. Lots of exciting stuff is happening in the land of MAG so stay tuned!

 Now, here’s everything metal that happened this week.

A new release called Little Headbangers, features lullaby versions of 18 and LifeGod Bless the Children of the Beast, and Shot in the Dark by Ozzy. Never sleep AGAIN!

Five Metal bands that also make delicious booze.

In case there was ever any doubt, Mike D is one of the good ones.

Someone in Norway got ripped off.

Iggy Pop can now add “car salesman” to his resume.

DLR had his “little Elvis” insured.

Robert PlantJohnny Lydon, and Patti Smith are in a movie together.

Nick Cave meets Nick Cave.

Here’s a picture of Lemmy in some super short cutoffs, holding a samurai sword.

Fucking relax! It’s just Courtney Love shilling for fake-out ciggies, NJOY.

Speaking of shilling, here’s a Miracle Whip commercial with a nearly unrecognizable Don Dokken in it.  And, you’re not fooling anyone Gilby Clark, you’re in this mess too.

My question is, how is Heavy Metal themed porn not a thing already?

Watch the Alice in Chains Funny or Die mini-doc, “Twenty-Three“.

Very Metal Friday Night Update: New Killing Joke, Nick Cave On Spotify, And Ukrainian’s On Acid

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Tonight’s update is going to be short and sweet, but still completely metal. If you haven’t already, check out the latest Movies About Girls Podcast out, Episode #163. As predicted, the cast had a blast picking apart 1988′s “Angel III“, while others, including yours truly, tried their best to mythologize the entire trilogy into the halls of cinema greatness.

And, if you’re a headbanging lover of vinyl like me, hop on over to Purple Dog Records where you’ll find  my most current list of must have metal releases so far this year, as well as a cherry picked shopping list for any of you planning to head out on Record Store Day on April 20th.

Now, let’s move on to the metal stuff…

Heavy Metal Easter.

This Heavy Metal Tesla Coil loves Black Sabbath.

Meiecundimees uks Korsakob laks Eile Latti is Ukrainian for “WE ARE ON ACID!”.

Les Claypool and Jerry Cantrell cover Johnny Cash.

You need this: Nick Cave’s new Spotify app.

Steven Tyler can collect social security now.

Dave Mustaine does not do the evolution, baby.

Sebastian Bach says that Axl Rose would pay VH1 2 million dollars to leave him alone.

Jeff Hanneman might get the Dave Lombardono treatment.

Here’s a new “old” Killing Joke track.

Holy Grail contributed tracks to a metal XBox game called “Death Goat“.

Very Metal Friday Night Update: Iggy Wears A Shirt, VÖHL, And Bon Jovi Beats Bowie?

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Joey DiMaio being awesome.

I can’t think of a better way to ring in the weekend that this gif of Manowar’s Joey DiMaio being completely metal. It’s like watching a beautiful waterfall of delicious beer in Valhalla.

This weekend will also bring a new episode of the Movies About Girls podcast. MAG #163 sets the way-back machine for 1988, and takes on the third installment of director Tom DeSimone’s Angel series, Angel III.

I’d say that the star of this film is clearly 80′s goddess and Baywatch girl, Mitzi Kapture, but it isn’t. The real star of this film is the wardrobe of Kapture’s character, Angel/Molly. If you remember the 80′s, everything Angel wears in this flick will give you an acid-washed flashback. I almost broke out the shoulder pads, shotgunned a Yoo-Hoo, wore slouchy socks outside the house after watching it. But that’s not all! We’ll also run down the list of states you should avoid with the Crazy News, present our Top Five and Bottom Five picks of the most recent DVD/Blu Ray releases, all while the teenage losers of MAG make you laugh and cringe the night away with our regularly scheduled antics.

Speaking of teenage losers, read on to catch up with all the metal stuff that happened this week…

Ozzy says he would “die a happy man” if he could collaborate with Adele. “Get in LINE!”, yelled everybody.

Chris Holmes is back in this hot mess of a video for his new track ,Way To Be.

Black Star Riders (former members of Thin Lizzy) are streaming their new single. And it’s pretty fucking good.

Breaking News! Iggy Pop is wearing a shirt AND a jacket.

Drink, make love, have fun. Joey DiMaio of Manowar gets it.

Hatebreed guitarist compares his band to Motörhead.

Bon Jovi beats Bowie. Just a reminder for you all, the current year is 2013, not 1985.

Speaking of 1985, Nicholas Cage was just on Jimmy Fallon talking about how much he loves Motley Crue.

VÖHL:  “Illuminate“.

Speaking of very metal illumination, here’s Dinosaur Jr. covering Phoenix.

Napalm Death is too loud to play a museum. “WHAT?”, said everybody.

Peter Murphy fucked up.

Very Metal Friday Night Update: Crüe Calls It Quits, Slash Becomes An Angry Bird, And MAG Takes On Pink Lady And Jeff

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Pink Lady and Jeff! Jeff Altman that is.

I’m excited to be curating part of the Movies About Girls podcast this weekend as the gang takes on the short-lived TV music-variety show, Pink Lady and Jeff. Every so often, a MAG cast member gets to highlight some of their favorite, girl-centric vintage TV memories. This week, it was my turn. And since it seems that I don’t actually like any of my MAGmates, I made them all watch the first episode of the ill-fated 1980 “musical” variety show. We’ll play some clips, and get the MAG cast’s opinion of what can only be described as a “disasterpiece” (thanks for that, Ken). But that’s all I’m going to say about that. As usual, we’ll also run down our Top 5 and Bottom 5 DVD picks, let you know all the places in Florida you should avoid, as well as all the laffs you can handle!

You can stream the show this weekend to hear it all go down. Don’t miss it!

Lastly, but not in the leastly, HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR. CHERRYBOMB! This blog wouldn’t exist without your love and support. And neither would I.

Now, on to all things metal that happened this week…

Slash is an Angry Bird now.

Speaking of angry birds, in an interview with Adelaide Daily, Axl says that he thinks Slash sabotaged him. Axl also said (for like the millionth time) that the old Guns N’ Roses lineup are never, ever, getting back together. “WE KNOW!”, said everyone except Steven Adler.

Oh my BLOB, I love YOB!

Speaking of things that I love, check out my review over at Purple Dog Records of Push the Sky Away, the new release from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.

But when do we get to see footage of Vince Neil getting pulled over for his first “FWI (flying while intoxicated)”?

Speaking of Vince Neil getting drunk, Mötley Crüe says they are done. But not until they torture us with one last album. And a tour.

Led Zeppelin, Grandmaster Flash, and Gil Scott-Heron among possible nominees for the new “Music Walk of Fame” in Camden.

RIP, Alvin Lee.

Someone might have Stopped Believing.

Hungry? Here’s a picture of Glen Danzig and a delicious piece of cake.

Speaking of cake, is anyone Stoned and Starving like me? Yeah, I thought so.

Scott Weiland says STP “can’t fire him”. “BUT WE DID!”, said STP.

Speaking of crying, when does the video of Bret Michaels bawling after getting fired from Celebrity Apprentice come out?

Love It Or Hate It, It’s Time To Say Happy New Year Again

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Just a quick post to let you know that we’ll be roaring back to regular posts on New Years Day! Also, if you really miss me, you can catch up with me at Purple Dog Records where I’ve just posted a review on the excellent 2000 Canadian documentary, Vinyl (thanks to Ken “Sleazegrinder” McIntyre for the hip). And since I’m plugging away here, is there really a better way to spend New Year’s Eve than catching up with all the antics you have come to love and look forward to from the gang of Movies About Girls? I say no.

Thanks to all of you who visit CB.com, leave crazy comments, and link to us when you dig something you see or read. Stay tuned for more random metal madness in 2013!

Very Metal Post Apocalyptic Friday Night Update: Lou Reed On Drugs, The Moz Christmas Sweater, And Henry Rollins On Letting Love Rule For All

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It’s not the end of the world as we knew it!

Well, it’s that time of year again when I tell you I’m taking a break for a week or so. But, let’s face it. You know, and I know, that we’re both going to be too drunk to read anything for a while anyway. While I’m away, do keep up with my very metal Internet friends at Movies About Girls (episode 158 of the Movies About Girls podcast will be available tomorrow night), Paracinema, Purple Dog Records, and Dangerous Minds. I hope you all survive the holidays, that the booze under your tree doesn’t come in a plastic bottle, and that the little blue pills your doctor prescribed really don’t make you want to punch people anymore. Unless that person is Ted Nugent. In that case, punch the fuck on!

1974 Lou Reed on drugs and other important things.

Epic 80′s metal mag, The Headbanger, is now available on iTunes.

Henry Rollins just keeps getting cooler every time he opens his mouth.

Moz is a Christmas Sweater!

Lars Ulrich says he’ll never be bored being in Metallica. “Horray!”, said nobody.

In other Metallica news (it’s a slow news day folks), Jason Newsted says he knows “He was a dick”, when he was in Metallica. “We know!”, said everybody.

Just because you were are a rock star, doesn’t mean you can go around punching people. Like your mother.

Roger Corman plans to remake several Edgar Allan Poe stories. Why? Because boobs make everything better.

Breaking Santa. That is all.

Very Metal Monday News: Jim Morrison Predicts the Future, Motörhead, And Merry Magmus To All!

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Ever wondered what the Movies About Girls gang looks like? Well now you know thanks to artist and forever MAG sideman, Jim Ether. Merry MAGMUS TO ALL!

In light of the horrific day that Friday was, I decided to take some time off and hang out with the number one eight-year old in my life. But now I’m back, and since I missed the Very Metal Friday Night Update, here’s some very metal news you can use for your Monday. Now carry on and stay strong…

Jim Morrison predicts the future of music in an interview from 1970. Trippy!

Check out my new favorite band, Heavens Basement, and their video for “Nothing Left to Lose“. Bonus? It’s pretty fucking metal. (Thanks to Zappa for the hip).

All I want for Christmas is a pair of F*cking Motörhead socks!

Alice in Chains new single “Hollow” will premiere here, tomorrow.

Want to listen to Iggy Pop and Ke$ha’s new song “Dirty Love” ? Yeah, me neither.

Here’s Sue Jorge’s version of Ziggy Stardust from The Life Aquatic soundtrack.

Ice-T and Bodycount are making a new record.

You’ve heard it live twice now, so here’s the studio version of “Cut Me Some Slack“.

Very Metal Friday Night Update: Cash, Cooper, And Other Metal Items Of Interest


Very Metal Friday Night! A new weekly feature on Cherrybombed.com!

I’m starting a new weekly post as of today, which is basically just a post with a bunch of links I think you need to read up on so you can stay on top with what’s really important in this world. Booze, metal, and other random stuff that you’ve come to expect from CB.com. And while I’m at it, I’m looking forward to more good times with the Movies About Girls cast as we will be back in action tomorrow, terrorizing the Skype airwaves with episode #155!

Although we still do the show on Saturday night, we’re just not ready to stream it live yet. But we will be soon so stay tuned! Of course, tomorrow’s show will be as antic packed as always, especially when we all share our cringe worthy feelings about 1964′s, Kitten With a Whip, staring my favorite Flintstone, Ann Margrock, and gentleman lady killer, John Forsythe. Look for it here later this weekend.

In other news, I find amazing how much a young, disturbed Ann Margaret reminds me of the not-so-young-looking-anymore, but just as disturbed, Lindsay Lohan. Cocaine, it’s a hell of a drug…

Never mind 24 days of Whiskey! Give me 24 days of GIN!

Black Sabbath’s first show in New Zealand in nearly 40 years sells out in “minutes”.

Former WASP guitarist Chris Holmes isn’t dead! At least I’m pretty sure he’s still alive after watching his latest video “They All Lie and Cheat(with thanks to Sleazegrinder for the hip).

Alice Cooper’s “Old School Box Set” is pretty fucking awesome.

Ever wanted to see a young Johnny Cash in thigh-high boots? Yeah, me neither.

Because it’s a lonely world out there, Christmas dinner now comes in a can.

Miss making mix-tapes for your ex? There’s an app for that.

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