WTF: Fugitive found by roll in low-budget horror movie

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A fugitive in Washington state has been arrested after police saw his picture in the paper in an article about a low-budget horror movie being filmed in the town. The man is a convicted bank robber who has violated his probation. The director says that the man will remain in the film called “Maria Mae” which is due out next year. (ABC)


 


TV: Married With Children reunion might be happening

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David Faustino supported his former Married With Children co-star, Christina Applegate, at the premiere of Vacation on Monday (July 27th) where he revealed that there is a reunion for the hit Fox sitcom in the works. He told E! News, “Sony has it. They’re excited about it. They’re working out some legal issues that we hope they work out.” David added, “The whole cast, including Christina, is down to do little bits in it. The idea would be a pilot for a spinoff. That’s all I can say right now. It involves me and few other people.” The original series ran for 11 seasons until 1997 and co-starred Ed O’Neill and Katey Sagal.


 


WTF: Mystery golfing pooper

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A mystery pooper has been leaving his calling card behind at a Norwegian golf course since 2005. The groundskeeper that maintains the Stavanger Golf Club says he regularly finds human feces and used toilet paper in course holes on weekdays. Although the club set up high-powered spotlights to discourage the defecation, they have been unable to catch the mystery man for approximately a decade. (UPI)


 


MUSIC NEWS: Teenage Time Killers stream entire album

MUSIC NEWSTeenage Time Killers, the metal / punk supergroup led by Corrosion of Conformity’s Reed Mullin with Mick Murphy of Birds of Satan on guitar, and featuring contributions from Dave Grohl and Pat Smear of Foo Fighters, Corey Taylor of Slipknot, members of Lamb Of God, Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio / Blink-182 and other rock vets, is streaming its entire debut album via the New York Times.

The album, Greatest Hits Vol. 1., is comprised of 20 tracks, and is set to be formally released July 31 via Reprise Records.

A handful of the songs are deep-cut covers; the instrumentals were laid down at Grohl’s 606 Studios in Northridge, California.
Grohl performs on 11 of the 20 tracks, and for all of the tracks he contributes to he plays bass.
CHECK IT OUT: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 Tracklist:

1. Exploder Vocals: Reed Mullin Featuring Pat Hoed (Bass), London May (Drums)

2. Crowned by the Light of the Sun Vocals: Neil Fallon Featuring Jim Rota (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

3. Hung Out to Dry Vocals: Randy Blythe Featuring Mike Schaefer (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

4. Power Outage Vocals: Clifford Dinsmore Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

5. Ode to Hannity Vocals: Jello Biafra Featuring Mike Dean (Bass)

6. Barrio Vocals: Matt Skiba Featuring Brian Baker (Guitar)

7. The Dead Hand Vocals: Reed Mullin Featuring Woody Weatherman (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

8. Egobomb Vocals: Corey Taylor Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

9. Plank Walk Vocals: Pete Stahl Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

10. Time to Die Vocals: Mike IX Williams Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar)

11. Days of Degradation Vocals: Tommy Victor Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

12. Clawhoof Vocals: Tairrie B. Murphy Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

13. Big Money Vocals: Lee Ving Featuring Pat Smear (Guitar & Bass), London May (Drums)

14. Devil in this House Vocals: Karl Agell Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

15. Say Goodnight to the Acolyte Vocals: Phil Rind Featuring Jason Browning (Guitar), Dave Grohl (Bass)

16. Ignorant People Vocals: Tony Foresta Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar), Nick Oliveri (Bass)

17. Son of an Immigrant Vocals: Johnny Weber Featuring Brian Baker (Guitar)

18. Your Empty Soul Vocals: Aaron Beam

19. Bleeding to Death Vocals: Vic Bondi Featuring Dave Grohl (Bass)

20. Teenage Time Killer Vocals: Trenton Rogers Featuring Greg Anderson (Guitar), Pat Hoed (Bass)


 


MUSIC NEWS: FFDP push back album release

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The release date of Five Finger Death Punch’s sixth album, Got Your Six, has been pushed back to September 4 from the previously announced August 28. Prospect Park in North America and Eleven Seven Music outside of North America is releasing Got Your Six. Pre-orders and several exclusive pre-order merchandise packages are live and ready at www.fivefingerdeathpunch.com. Once the pre-order is placed, “Jekyll and Hyde” and the newly released second track “Hell To Pay” are instantly available via download. Zoltan Bathory said:

“I can’t wait to release this album. It’s jam-packed with some of our best work to date, and, lyrically, Ivan [Moody, vocals] dug deep and revealed a lot of his personal struggles. We live life in the fast lane as is, so if you chose to burn the candle on both ends … There will be hell to pay.”

The album is available in several formats, including standard and deluxe digital and physical formats, as well as vinyl.

CHECK IT OUT:

Got Your Six’s track listing:

1. Got Your Six
2. Jekyll And Hyde
3. Wash It All Away
4. Ain’t My Last Dance
5. My Nemesis
6. No Sudden Movement
7. Question Everything
8. Hell To Pay
9. Digging My Own Grave
10. Meet My Maker
11. Boots And Blood

Deluxe-edition bonus tracks:

12. You’re Not My Kind
13. This Is My War
14. I Apologize


 


MOVIES: Jurassic World 2 gets release date

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The sequel to Jurassic World will be hitting theaters on June 22nd, 2018. The first film’s director, Colin Trevorrow, will team with Derek Connolly to write the screenplay. It is unclear whether Colin will also step into the director’s chair. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard have already signed on to return for the next film.


 


MUSIC NEWS: Slipknot confirms double concept album

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Slipknot singer Corey Taylor has confirmed that the band is considering writing and recording a double concept album to follow last year’s .5: The Gray Chapter. During the question-and-answer period of his recent solo performance in Los Angeles, Taylor said,

“We’ve been talking about a double concept album, which I don’t know if we could . . . But it’s an interesting idea. So they told me to start thinking of an idea for a story. So we’ll see what happens.”

Slipknot percussionist Shawn “Clown” Crahan said recently that he would love to see the band record a double concept album in the vein of Pink Floyd’s The Wall and the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Taylor’s other band, Stone Sour, recorded a double concept album in 2012, House Of Gold And Bones.


 


MUSIC NEWS: A7X parts ways with drummer

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Avenged Sevenfold has parted ways with drummer Arin Ilejay after four years. The group issued a statement saying,

“We are writing this to inform you all that we will be moving forward without Arin Ilejay as our drummer. Arin has been nothing but a positive energy and monster drummer for us over the past four years. We love the guy and always will. We are and will always be grateful to him for helping us to move forward through some very dark times. Creatively though, we felt we needed to move in a different direction.” “While we can’t say more at this time, we are excited for the future and looking forward to sharing our plans soon with the greatest fans in the world. As always we appreciate your understanding and unwavering support.”

Ilejay has been the second drummer to sit behind the kit for Avenged Sevenfold since the death of founding member James “The Rev” Sullivan in December 2009. Avenged Sevenfold recorded its 2010 effort Nightmare with ex-Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy, who was Sullivan’s favorite drummer. Portnoy toured for several months with the band, but by early 2011, he was out. The group brought in Ilejay, who started out as a touring member but played on 2013’s Hail To The King, Avenged’s second straight Number One album. Avenged Sevenfold has reportedly been working on material for its seventh album, but information has been scarce. There is no speculation yet on who might take Ilejay’s place in the lineup.


 


WTF: Bad trip for one kid

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A 14-year-old boy fell 100 feet from the top of a cliff and survived, only to be bitten by a venomous snake after picking himself up. His older brother witnessed the fall, and went to his brother’s aid. The boy felt a pinch on his hand, and within minutes his arm swelled up to 3 times its normal size. The brother flagged down some help, and the boy was taken to the hospital. He survived both the fall and the bite. (Metro)