Go forth and die. (After getting this album that is)
If death, thrash or grind is your cup o’ tea, the Metal Blade tour will provide your metal fix.
Nirvana tunes on TV, IBM joins OpenOffice.org, Smashing Pumpkins on XM radio and HP's new skin patch in today's update.
The Raspberries regroup after a 30 year hiatus. Do they still have what it takes to go all the way?
Music to crash your car by. The best album the Pixies never made.
A textured and darkly beautiful album from an American original.
Reminiscent of the Mersey Beat sound, The Red Button debuts with a remarkable album.
MINK's 9/9/07 performance in Norfolk, VA exceeds expectations.
If it was good enough for Lester, it's good enough for me.
Lincoln Nebraska's own MF Saints comeback with their latest album, Burn
Good ol' fashioned hippie idealism propels this folk/funk/whack jazz collective conceived as a response to 9/11 and its aftermath.
"That's a missed opportunity there Feherty."
Reasons I moved to China:
Thousands of years of history, culture and civilization. Lots of cheap crap!
It's pretty hard to imagine a more difficult role for an actor to play... than a television.
Is portion-controlled food savior to hogs like me?
Ringo Starr sizes up against some dinosaurs in this sloppy, dull, unfunny comedy.
Seth Green and Matt Seinreich bring more stop-motion irreverence to the masses with Robot Chicken: Season Two.
Will bionic abilities be able help NBC's lineup?
Welcome to the brave new world of television reruns.
Nobody knows what to do with Britney now she’s all grown up and not virgin-slutty anymore...
Port Charles residents worry about their own safety after Leticia is found murdered.
Here's a look at the remainder of 2007's schedule full of dramas, fairy tale spins, and adaptations.
This week is loaded with television and horror titles for your perusal.
A great balance between comedic soap opera and poignant family drama.
A response to Benjamin Cossel's woes about following a baseball team in the playoffs.
Federer is in pretty elite company as it is, but only one man stands between him and being the greatest tennis player ever. Okay, maybe two.
Seasons 52, the mini-indulgence trend-setter, is definitely a restaurant worth visiting!
To drink vintage or not to drink vintage. That is the question.
Watch this video to discover the best of what's new in Los Angeles this week.
I feel like I've written all these words before, but the lotus eaters still are not listening.
"Some people make assumptions about me because of the kind of material I write. They expect someone dark and brooding"
Finally, a book about the Yankees that doesn't make one reader cringe.