So, this is kind of depressing. Think about this video next time you’re on your 6th donut.
Chances are if you confront another driver on the road, it’ll be either this guy with a gun or these teens who aren’t up to take crap from anybody. Just make sure you have rage-ready music to beat your steering wheel to!
The 31-year-old Virginia man fell asleep on his couch after a eavning of heavy drinking and while he was incapacitated, one of his roommates used a permanent marker to draw a penis on his face.
When he awoke and discovered ”male genitalia on his face,” he attacked his roommate, leaving the victim with “extensive injuries to his face,”
The angry (penis-faced) man was arrested.
At only 6 years old, one might expect this kid to only be proficient at shoving rocks in his nose, but no, this kid has already mastered one of the tougher rock songs on the planet. Hope he does a Lamb of God song next! – Dan
Brazilian model and DJ Sabrina Boing Boing caused quite the controversy in her home country this weekend as she posed for pictures while she breastfed a calf.
On her personalInstagram account (@djsabrinaboing) Boing Boing posted her calf photos and wrote:
“Testing done with mammals, so far everyone wants a suck lol.”
Remember former WWE star X-Pac? While attempting to pull of his signature move, the ‘Bronco Buster’ he got a bit more than he bargained for by literally ripping his anus apart. There was a ‘lot of blood’, but the grappler has already had surgery and should recover. His girlfriend Alicia Webb tweeted the following photo with this description:
We don’t know if there is a medical term for it…but he did a bronco buster last night that literally ripped his ass apart! :-/ Lost a lot of blood! Had surgery this morning and is on the road to recovery! Believe it or not..this has happened to him once before!
It was announced via the band’s official website today that bassist Matt Maggoini and drummer Allen Blickle have left the band. A 2012 bus crash in England left several members of the band with serious injuries, including broken vertebrae for both Maggoini and Blickle. While everybody is expected to make a full recovery, lasting effects from the accident seem to be the culprit here. Front man John Baizley had this to say in the statement:
Nothing can truly prepare you for a brush with death. The event is unique one, singular to the observer. Trust me, you don’t want to invite the experience. Our bus accident left indelible marks, external and internal, physical and mental, you name it. Each of the nine of us went through and continues to go through an entirely different, yet common experience. We are tied to each other by a trauma, which, despite its damage, has been made individually easier through our shared ordeal. While I would never wish the incident on anyone, I cannot imagine going through that wreck alone.
Thankfully, injury was not dealt out evenly; unfortunately it was dealt in great supply. Each of the nine of us now finds our self in a drastically different circumstance, and we each move forward accordingly. There are two important things to note. First, we are all healthy. We are recovering at different rates, and we’ll all be fine in the end. Second, Baroness has made a commitment to pick up where we left off, and get back out on tour, where we belong. In fact, I am personally staking my recovery on this principle; it gives me direction and something to look forward to (finally).
However, for some of us, the accident necessitated a change that would prevent them from performing music or touring. It is with sadness that we must announce that Matt Maggioni and Allen Blickle will not continue touring with Baroness. The details of their departure are not sensational; they do not come with hard feelings. Nor are the details going to be public; suffice it to say we’d like to keep to ourselves the finer points of this situation, to respect the privacy of all involved. While the nine of us must respect the significance of the bus accident in Bath, we must also move away from it and get back to our lives. Simply put, some of the effects and injuries were severe enough to prohibit further activity in Baroness. While we would never have asked them to leave; we have the utmost sympathy for this situation, and in earnest, we wish Matt and Allen the best in the future. In their stead, we have found two musicians who can approach our music with passion and vitality and help get us back out on tour to finish what was seemingly cut short last August.
‘til the wheels fall off,
John Baizley & Baroness
Definitely sad to see Maggoini and Blickle go, but it sounds like the band has already found new members to move forward with, and they have a small number of tour dates scheduled for this year.
After a photograph of Eddie Van Halen and LL Cool J sitting in a recording studio surfaced last week, rumors began swirling that the axeman might make an appearance on the rapper’s upcoming album. Turns out it’s true. Eddie Van Halen is featured on two songs from the upcoming album, “Authentic”, which gets released on April 30. (RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE guitarist Tom Morello also pulled a cameo on the album.) Here’s a sample from the song “We’re The Greatest” featuring Eddie on guitar. Whatcha think?
Here’s a little tiny sneak peak at Soundgarden’s “Live From The Artists Den” series recorded at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles back in February. The episode is set to air on PBS sometime later this year and will feature 28 songs including their biggest hits and a bunch of rare tracks. (The guys look and sound great, don’t they???)
A man choked on his food while driving, causing a chain reaction that led to a fireball exploding over a Walmart in southwestern New Mexico.
The 61-year-old man told police he was eating as he drove in front of the Walmart Superstore and that he began to choke, causing him to lose control of his pickup truck– traveling at a “high rate of speed”.
The truck struck an SUV and then a propane tank attached to a grill in front of the store. Witnesses reported seeing a massive fireball that extended over the roof of the store.
Three people were injured, including the person operating the grill.