Friday, August 31, 2007


I just got home from watching the new Halloween movie and holy fuckin shit is all I can say. It's a great remake (or re-imagining) from Rob Zombie, and it's better than I thought it was gonna be. I am a die-hard fan of the classic Halloween movies, all of them, i don't give a fuck man, Halloween is the shit. But, as is usually the case with remakes, I thought it was going to suck, and even though I loved House Of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects, I don't like remakes... but you can tell just how much of a fan Rob Zombie is as well, because not only is this movie well directed, but it still stays true to the original (even going as far as including some of the dialogue from it's 1978 counterpart) and the back story into Michael's' childhood is a great add. Go see this fuckin movie. Most people will go into detail when a movie comes out, but I don't like giving spoilers for movies that just come out, go see that shit. Well I gotta watch some of the other ones now so while I'm doing that, you can grab this treat, the soundtrack for the film, which has some great music. So... there you go. Stay Scared, the Boogieman is real, and he's coming to get you.

HALLOWEEN SOUNDTRACK and remember to buy

Something completely fuckin different

As the post says, something totally out of fuckin right field. You don't like it? Go fuck yourself. Alright, so I'm a bit of an asshole. But this song makes me chill out, so chill out with this shit.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007


Here's a random post because this album is the shit. Until I heard this album I really didn't like the Beatles much... I thought their shit was OK, but not stellar. Then I found this album, literally, I found it lying on the side of the road one day. I got home and put it on and was hooked ever since. I now own every Beatles album (except the ones that are hard to find) and still dig them now more than ever. So broaden your musicical horizon and stop being so fuckin narrow minded, you stupid fuckin son of a bitch. That last part may have been a little harsh, but seriously, If it was not for the Beatles, you probably wouldnt be listening to the shit you do. Countless bands have said that if it wasnt for the Beatles, they wouldnt be doing what they are doing today, so thank the Beatles and give this shit a listen.

Part 1
Part 2
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- here's a cool video of some Beatles footage with 'Glass Onion' from the White Album.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007


These are funny as hell. Just randomly found them. Enjoy as much as I did. That wasn't a comment, that was a fuckin command, I command you to enjoy them as much as I did.

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Trailer Park Boys

If any of you fuckronauts out there havent seen or heard of the Trailer Park Boys then you are fucked. TPB is one of the funniest (if not THE funniest) shows that I have ever seen in my life. Ricky (who never made it past grade 10) and Julian (who is never seen without a drink) are ex-cons who just wanna make some money without things getting fucked and them ending up back in jail, but Mr. Lahey (the drunk, ex-cop trailer park supervisor) and his assistant Randy (the shirtless, cheese burger eating, ex-male prostitute) are always trying to fuck everything up. So with help from their friend Bubbles (who lives in a shed, takes care of a shit load of kitties and collects shopping carts for extra cash), Ricky and Julian are always trying to stay ahead of Lahey and Randy and the cops so they can do that last one big job so they can finally retire from crime. If that hasn't sold you on the show then... I don't know what to fuckin tell you.


I like to keep you motherfuckers guessin. What's he gonna post next? Is it gonna be some crazy metal? Some new Juggalo shit? Some old Juggalo shit? KISS?! Well this next bitch I'm putting up for your viewing and listening pleasure is the new album from the PSYCHOPATHIC RYDAS! So you know you better strap on the Teflon because the name of this new and gangster as fuck album is DUK DA FUK DOWN. Who are the Rydas you might be askin' yo self? They are six ruthless street thugs that jack beats from other motherfuckers and preach about muggin', jackin', hustlin', robbin', shootin', rollin' and smokin' the sweet leaf. This isn't your normal rap album, it's hard as fuck. So you motherfuckers better get this shit before the Rydas find out I'm putting the shit up, they're the kind of motherfuckers who'll cap someone for looking at them wrong let alone posting their shit. MCL.
- here's some extra freshness, the video the the single off the album:

Sunday, August 19, 2007


Here's a cool game I found. You are a ninja, doing different missions, and you have to use your stealth to avoid Samurai's. Pretty kickass scenes showing decapitation and shit like that. Got a couple of minutes to kill? Kill some Samurai scum, Ninja Guiji Style.



I'm still listening to KISS constantly. They are one of the bands that I just don't get tired of. I personally think they fuckin rock. And it's sad to think that some people out there haven't heard KISS or just haven't given them the chance to rock their fuckin world. Well as a long time KISS fan I thought I would spread the love and post something that even the inexperienced could appreciate. This album is Carnival Of Souls: The Final Sessions and it completely fuckin rocks. To me it sounds like a heavier KISS, which is awesome, but they still have some really good slower, softer songs too. I think this might broaden some folks horizon and look deeper into the world that is KISS! Rock out to this one!

pass: metal

Saturday, August 18, 2007


As most of you might know, I am really into Black and Viking metal. I mean, it's good to hear metal that has more to it than just some stupid fuckin douche bags randomly playing the same music over and over, growling and whatever the fuck else they do. It has substance. So as usual I was killing time and looking for some more kickass Viking metal when I stumbled across these guys and was very impressed. They are called Finsterforst and they make some of the coolest Viking/Black/Pagan Metal that I've heard very a long time. You can tell that these guys are very talented musicians and love to play this shit because there is a lot more to it than some of the other Viking metal bands that I've heard recently, and I am really impressed considering this is their debut album. For those of you that dug the Wirdir post, this shit is definitely right up your fuckin alley. So stop wasting time, download this motherfucker right now and turn it the whole way fuckin up! Now, if you'll excuse me, I think I'm going to throw my piece of fuckin shit computer against the fuckin wall into a thousand fuckin pieces! (it's been one of those motherfuckin days, you understand)
FINSTERFORST - WELTENKRAFT and remember to buy

Friday, August 17, 2007


Bored? Want to hear Charles Manson ramble about crazy shit for about 51 minutes? Click here and listen to an interview Tom Snyder did with Uncle Charlie in '81. It's pretty intense stuff.


This is one of the craziest things that I have ever heard. It supposedly comes from a recording that Geologists drilling somewhere in remote Siberia obtained. The hole they were drilling was some 14.4 kilometers deep (about 9 miles) when the bit began to spin violently, and they measured temperatures of over 2,000 degrees in the deep, cavernous hole. They lowered super sensitive microphones to the bottom of the well, and to their astonishment they heard sounds of thousands of suffering souls screaming.

SOUNDS FROM HELL! <- right click, save target as...

The following article appeared in the well respected Finland newspaper, Ammenusastia:

"As a communist I don’t believe in Heaven or the Bible; but as a scientist I now believe in Hell," said Dr. Azzacove. "Needless to say we were shocked to make such a discovery. But we know what we saw and we know what we heard. And we are absolutely convinced that we drilled through the gates of Hell!"

Dr. Azzacove continued, ". . .the drill suddenly began to rotate wildly, indicating that we had reached a large empty pocket or cavern. Temperature sensors showed a dramatic increase in heat to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit."

"We lowered a microphone, designed to detect the sounds of plate movements down the shaft. But instead of plate movements we heard a human voice screaming in pain! At first we thought the sound was coming from our own equipment."

"But when we made adjustments our worst suspicions were confirmed. The screams weren’t those of a single human, they were the screams of millions of humans!"

-It's easy to disregard this as bullshit, and a lot of people have, but it's still pretty insane regardless. Post you thoughts or opinions.


If you've been sleeping under a fuckin rock and haven't gotten this fresh as hell fuckin new EP from the Insane Clown Posse then not only have you been slippin but you've also been trippin (as some might say). This EP is fuckin badass, and if you've heard the Tempest you can see why this shit has been highly anticipated. If you haven't heard the Tempest then you need to stop reading this shit and go get that bitch too. But check this shit out! MCL!


So for those of you out there that haven't gotten this great DVD set already, KISSOLOGY Vol. 2 is out right now and it is one of the best things I have bought for quite some time. Not only does it have awesome concert footage (including their first show in Brazil and their first show without makeup) but it also has "KISS in Attack of The Phantoms", the legendary made for Television KISS movie unavailable on DVD until now. Go buy KISSOLOGY Vol. 2 because it's badass. Check out Vol. 1 while you're at it.

Here's a little taste:

Thursday, August 16, 2007


Shit's been crazy lately so I haven't put a lot of thought into who the W.O.T.W should be this week. Then an image popped into my head, the image of a man standing at over 7 ft 5 in tall and weighing more than 540 pounds (and no, I'm not talking about the Big Slow, who is just a fuckin wannabe). I am, of course, talking about the legendary ANDRE THE GIANT! One of my earliest memories as far as wrestling is concerned is accompanied by an image of ANDRE wrestling Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania 3, and just being amazed by the sheer size and strength ANDRE had. He was HUGE! Earlier in his career he'd often wrestle more than one dude because no one was really on his level, but he always put on a good show. People referred to ANDRE as a gentle giant, and a very generous and fun loving man. Screenwriter and author William Goldman once said that Andre loved going out for dinner, but whether he made the invitation or a friend did, he would always pay for the meal. One time, one of his friends slipped away to give their credit card to the maitre'd and felt himself being lifted off the ground, carried back to the table, and deposited back in their chair "like a little boy". Goldman also added that the friend in question was Arnold Schwarzenegger. He was also an actor, starring in several movies. ANDRE is one of the most memorable wrestlers to ever come out of the sport, and it wasn't just because of his size, it was because he was a very funny and warm hearted person who cared a lot about wrestling and the fans. ANDRE unfortunately died of congestive heart failure in his sleep on January 27, 1993. He was the first wrestler to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. So this is for you ANDRE, you will always be remembered and missed, you are the WRESTLER OF THE WEEK!

-So here's that Wrestlemania 3 match between Andre the Giant and Hulk Hogan, enjoy!

Friday, August 10, 2007


Ghosts... do they exist? I would like to believe so, I've had some experiences in which I cannot explain. For example, My grandfather died in November and obviously my grandmother was having a very hard time coping. On top of all this she had to have a knee operation near the end of December and didn't want to stay in a hospital alone, so I agreed to go and spend some time with her and help her while she was recovering. So one night, while she was asleep, doped up on the pain meds she was prescribed, I was left wide awake and bored. I watched some TV and read. One thing I can recall vividly is going into the room where my grandfather spent a lot of his time, and most of his final days, and looking for a movie to watch (my grandfather like old comedies). Anyway, upon not finding anything, I left the room and firmly closed the door behind me, nudging it to make sure it was fully closed. Their trailer got a bit drafty during the winter at times so keeping the doors closed helped keep the heat in. The bathroom was beside my grandfathers room, and when I looked at the door, it was open about 3 or 4 inches. I thought nothing of it, and just pulled on the handle harder, closed the door and pushed on the door, making sure it was fully closed. I went to the bathroom and when I came back out, sure enough, the door was standing open again. I closed it one more time, a little freaked, and tried to go to sleep. I woke up in the morning before my grandmother, so I got up and started making myself something to eat for breakfast. I walked towards the bathroom again and could see from down the hallway that the door was wide open again. So I left it open. Was it my grandfather? I'd like to think so, he really enjoyed spending time in the room, watching his movies or listening to old country records and staring out the big window... but what do YOU think? Share your experiences.

Thursday, August 9, 2007


This is another great game from newgrounds called Dad 'n Me. You're basically just some little dude who walks around and kicks the shit out of anyone and everyone. That's it. But it's an awesome game, especially if you don't mind a game where the whole point is to see how much damage you can inflict on innocent bystanders. My favorite part, probably where you get to throw boy scouts into oncoming traffic. So crank up the tunes and play this game!


Cradle of Filth was basically dropped into my lap during high school. An old friend of mine used to get free promotional CD's that would feature random songs from seemingly random CD's. For example, a CD would feature a song by NIN, and then maybe Kittie, just random. So whenever he'd pick them up he would always grab me one, so I was just listening to one and Suddenly this song came on, and it was fuckin crazy, and until that point, I've never really heard anything quite like it. That song was "Cthulhu Dawn" and ever since I've been hooked on C.O.F. They are hard as fuckin hell. Midian is loosely based on a book called Cabal by Clive Barker, in which a young man named Boone is suffering from an unspecified mental illness. Although this is not serious enough to institutionalize him, he is nonetheless seeing a psychiatrist named Decker. To his horror, Boone is informed by Decker during one session that he, Boone, is responsible for the brutal mutilation murders of eleven people that have terrorized the city recently. Boone is informed that he does not recall these horrors because his mind has blanked them out of his consciousness. Before he loses all hope, Boone begins to believe salvation may lie in a place called Midian, a semi-mythical city that offers sanctuary to monsters — both the human kind and otherwise. He hurriedly sets off to seek Midian without realizing the full truth of the insidious events that lead him to such a decision. So with all that in mind, I think you owe it to yourself to not only check out this amazing album from Cradle of Filth but also go to your nearest book store and pick yourself up a copy of Clive Barkers' Cabal.

CRADLE OF FILTH - MIDIAN DOWNLOAD and remember to buy.

WINDIR - 1184

I stumbled upon Windir awhile back, and this was when I was really getting into Black Metal. Windir was my introduction to Viking Metal or Folk Metal. It's an interesting genre, It's like if metal existed in 1184. Black Metal with mythology based Vocals and with the rhythm belonging to that of a ancient Norwegian folk song... bizarre, and completely fucking badass. As is often the case in black metal bands it was the project of one man, Terje "Valfar" Bakken. The band broke up when Valfar died of hypothermia amidst the hills of Sogndal on January 14, 2004. Many of Windir's lyrics are written in the archaic local dialect Sognamål, of Sogn, Norway (In the early Viking Age Sogn was a petty kingdom). See, where else can you get a great metal album and a history lesson? This album may very well change any negative thoughts you may have against Black Metal (if you have an open mind).

DOWNLOAD HERE [RS] or HERE [MU] and remember to buy.

Wednesday, August 8, 2007


So this weeks W.O.T.W is a personal favorite of mine, and has been for a very long time, you could probably say he IS my favorite wrestler. I'm talking about the Homicidal, Genocidal, SUICIDAL SABU!!! This dude is a monster, stopping at nothing to win a match and putting everything on the line (including his own body and well being) to win a match. Every match is a War. I remember the very first time I watched a SABU match, it was the infamous "Stairway To Hell" ladder match against the SANDMAN. It was a very violent and captivating match, but one that engraved in me the impression that SABU can simply not be stopped, after a move that went FUBAR, SABU hit his jaw on the metal security rail, breaking it. He simply grabbed some athletic tape and wrapped it around his head (Im guessing to keep his jaw from flopping around) and continued the fuckin match! WHAT?! A FUCKIN BROKEN JAW AND THE DUDE KEEPS GOING! I was a fan ever since. He is the only dude I know who could receive a gash in his bicep (during another legendary barbed wire match with TERRY FUNK) and again, grab some tape to keep it shut until the match was over (a wound that would require more than 100 stitches... which he received from a foot doctor by the way). During most of his years he never talked, he never cut a promo or said anything, which just added to that insane mystique that Sabu had about him, some say he was the one that brought tables to hardcore wrestling. No matter what happened, he just kept going... and he's still going (even though the assholes over at the WWE thought it would be cool to release him, fuckin cunts). He is a legend in the states, he is a legend worldwide, he is SABU! I had the honor of meeting SABU at the Gathering Of The Juggalos 2005 and he was cool as hell. There has never been another Sabu, and there never will be. So here's to you SABU! You are the shit! You are my favorite wrestler and YOU are the WRESTLER OF THE WEEK!

-This is that first match I saw, between Sabu and The Sandman. Just watch and see why I admire and look up to Sabu.

Colton Grundy, The Undying

It's like 13 days until Blaze Ya Dead Homies' new CD comes out, Clockwork Grey, and the sampler that you can download right fuckin here is fresh as fuck. So with that in mind I decided to hook you motherfuckers up with his last album, Colton Grundy. Colton Grundy for me is where Blaze really shined, his first two CD's are the shit, but this is my favorite Blaze shit. It's fuckin crazy! If you've never listened to Blaze Ya Dead Homie before than you need to get this shit right now! Seriously, I'm stone-cold serious right now, as serious as a motherfuckin heart attack, that shit's fuckin serious! So get it and get Clockwork Grey on the 21st of this month. MCL.
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Sunday, August 5, 2007

"Stairway to Hell"

"Backmasking is a recording technique in which a sound or message is recorded backwards onto a track that is meant to be played forwards..."

While recently searching for some videos on youtube I found this and it made me think. Backmasking has been telling people to do drugs and worship Satan since fanatical religious groups and bored stoned teenagers started to play records backwards, could this all just be coincidence? Or is it actually what it is, a reversed hidden message? Weird? Sure. But you'll have to draw your on conclusion. So watch it and tell me what you think. BACKMASKING: FACT OR FICTION?! Who knows...


This is just a cool game I found one day just doing a random search. You click and drag and make your own Punk songs (in the vein of NOFX and Bad Religion). It is a great way to kill time belive me, and you can create some pretty cool punk songs.

PUNK-O-MATIC <- click here, GO PLAY! Poser.

Samurai Wisdom II

"It is said that even after one's head has been cut off, he can still perform some function. This fact can be known from the examples of Nitta Yoshisada and Ono Doken. How shall one man be inferior to another? Mitani Jokyu said, "Even if a man be sick to death, he can bear up for two or three days."


When Glenn Danzig left the legendary Misfits in 1983 he went on to form another legendary band, and that band my friends is Samhain. Samhain is an edgier Misfits if that makes any sense, it is darker and has more of a menacing mood to it. What a way to depart from the Misfits, and anyone expecting another Misfits album shouldnt. I was completely overwhelmed when I first heard this amazing album, and being a long time Misfits fan, it was a welcome suprise that just made me appreciate the music of Danzig even more. So check this out. and remember to buy it after you do.


A Zombie is found aboard an abandoned boat off the New York coast which belongs to do a famous scientist. Peter West, a journalist, hears of the disappearance and heads to the boat to snoop around, where he inadvertently meets Ann, the daughter of the lost scientist who is also snooping around the boat for any clues that might lead her to her missing father. The duo travel to the Antilles to find out what happened to Ann's missing father and get any other information they can. They meet Brian, a ethnologist, and Susan, his "lady friend", who offer them a ride to the Island of Matu (the last known whereabouts of the missing scientist). When they arrive at Matu Island they find Dr. Menard who is searching for the cause and cure of a recent epidemic of a strange virus that is "bringing the dead back to life". They all too soon realize that this epidemic is more than any of them anticipated. Is it science or Island Voodoo? Will Peter get his story or more than he bargained for? Will Ann find her father? Will they all make it out alive?! This is the fuckin movie that introduced me to Lucio Fulci and I absolutely love it! A classic among zombie flicks, this one goes above and beyond most. Zombi 2 (known in the US as Zombie) is Lucio Fulci's loosely based sequel to Zombi (which is actually the Italian title of George A. Romero's' Dawn Of The Dead). Featuring some of the most gruesome and gory scenes I have ever seen in a Zombie movie, it's an amazing spectacle of bloody gleeful mayhem that die hard Gore Hounds crave! You ever want to see a zombie fight a shark? It's in here. Ever wonder what it would look like to see a woman get her throat ripped out by an undead flesh eater? It's all here. A great movie by the "Godfather of Gore" himself Lucio Fulci. This movie looks amazing, great cinematography, a perfect, haunting soundtrack that really drives the movie and brings the terror on home. If you're a horror fan than you should really do yourself a favor and watch this movie! Get it now! I give it 5 out of 5 stabs to the fuckin' dome!

Wednesday, August 1, 2007


When thinking of who could possibly be this weeks WRESTLER OF THE WEEK, it didn't take long for the next W.O.T.W to pop into my head. A DVD I ordered awhile back finally came, The legendary King Of The Deathmatch Tournament, Japan, 1995. After watching in awe (I haven't seen it for years) the choice was obvious. CACTUS JACK! You are the WRESTLER OF THE WEEK!! Some might be wondering why I didn't just say Mick Foley to cover all bases, but I think CACTUS JACK did a lot of things that MANKIND never did, and the same is to be said about MANKIND, hell, even DUDE LOVE had his moments, but right now I want to focus on CACTUS JACK. Was he a glutton for punishment? Maybe, he certainly has had some of the most memorable matches I have ever seen and holy shit could he work the mic. I really don't like the term "spot wrestler" or to say that they seem to lack general wrestling ability, they can just take obscene damage and dish out the same, CACTUS JACK was different. He made you feel something, he could make you laugh your ass off and then make you madder than hell and he was a pretty good wrestler as well. He is a HARDCORE LEGEND! You knew that when you watched a CACTUS JACK match that you weren't going to be disappointed. I genuinely put a lot of thought into this, wrestling has always been something I've been into, and people give it shit, but they can kiss my ass. It's either in you or it's not, you either love and respect it or you don't. CACTUS JACK had love for the business and for the fans that most other wrestlers did not, and still don't. He cared about putting on a great show and in the end he always made sure that the fans knew that he appreciated them just as much. So this is for you, CACTUS JACK! YOU ARE THE WRESTLER OF THE WEEK, YOU HARDCORE SON OF A BITCH! (and I mean that in the best of ways, Thank You).

-So here is the legendary match Between Cactus Jack and Terry Funk to determine the "King of the Deathmatch" from the '95 Tournament, this match is a barbed wire/explosion match!