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Slow Mo Katana Sword – 4K – The Slow Mo Guys

Has Dan ever used a Katana in his life? No. Has he ever been trained the way of the Samurai? No. Will it stop him from making a slow mo Katana video? Hell no.

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Slow Mo Katana Sword – The Slow Mo Guys

U2 are playing SNL in December


U2 will play SNL the day after they release their new album Songs of Experience.

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Chance the Rapper sings “Come Back Barack” in Boyz II Men-inspired SNL skit


Chance also said “I wanna become the Mariah Carey of Thanksgiving” in his monologue. Eminem brought out Skylar Grey to sing Beyonce’s part on “Walk On Water.”

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Alternative Rock Radio returns to New York City with ALT 92.3 FM
images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRorwBKYsBx0oQKP4jV6lI Alternative Rock Radio returns to New York City with ALT 92.3 FM  Digital JournalFull coverage
The ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ And ‘The Walking Dead’ Crossover Theory Has Basically Been Confirmed – UPROXX


The ‘Fear The Walking Dead‘ And ‘The Walking Dead‘ Crossover Theory Has Basically Been Confirmed
Earlier this week, AMC confirmed the addition of two new cast members to Fear the Walking Dead: Garrett Dillahunt and Jenna Elfman. This is actually a big deal for a The Walking Dead universe that has historically hired mostly unknown and little known …

Finnish Goth-Metal Band HIM Bids Farewell to U.S. With New York City Tour Stop

After 20 years together, Finnish goth-metal band <a href=”/music/him”>HIM</a> is calling it quits. But before throwing in the…

Was It a Good Idea to Beam Our Best Techno to an Alien World?


Was It a Good Idea to Beam Our Best Techno to an Alien World?  GizmodoMETI space messages invite aliens to communicate with Earth  SlashGearCalifornia group serenades aliens with techno-pop  Ventura County StarHow we’ll serenade aliens with music  The Mercury NewsFull coverage
Can You Break Glass with Your Voice?

It’s an old cliche: an opera singer hits a not so high, it breaks a wine glass. It may seem over the top, but with a little science (and an amp), you too can break a glass like the finest soprano!


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Anthrax’s Scott Ian on AC/DC’s Malcolm Young: ‘Greatest Rhythm Guitarist of All Time’

Anthrax‘s Scott Ian hailed AC/DC‘s Malcolm Young as “the greatest rhythm guitarist of all time” in a tribute to the late rocker who died Saturday at the age of 64.

In an Instagram post, Ian – whose own approach was so influenced by Malcolm Young’s style that he tattooed an image of the rhythm guitarist on his left bicep – praised Young’s “intensely powerful, percussive and economic style of playing.”

“His uncanny ability to wring only the necessary notes out of his Gretsch was what made AC/DC – his riffs, feel and tone the soul of that band,” Ian continued. “What he means to me is unquantifiable. I am a rhythm guitarist because of Malcolm Young, he lives with me always and I hope to honor the man and his legacy every time I play.”

Ian added, “And now I’m going to crank ‘Riff Raff’ and play along.” 

In a 2015 interview following news of Young’s retirement from AC/DC, Ian commented, “Malcolm is the engine in the Mack truck that is AC/DC”:

Ian is among the army of guitarists that have paid tribute to the AC/DC co-founder following Young’s death after a three-year battle with dementia.

Tom Morello echoed Ian’s sentiment that Young was the “#1 greatest rhythm guitarist in the entire history of rock n roll,” while the E Street Band’s Steven Van Zandt called Young “the essential rhythm guitarist of the world’s greatest working class Hard Rock band.”

Guns N’ Roses’ Slash told Rolling Stone, “Malcolm Young was one of the best ever rhythm guitarists in Rock n Roll. He was a fantastic songwriter and he had a great work ethic too.”

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