Every single person who grew up watching 'The Fresh Prince of Bel Air' in the early-to-mid '90s can do two things: recite the show's entire theme song at the drop of an extremely colorful hat and dance just like power-nerd Carlton Banks. However, one thing we bet you've never seen is Carlton do his unique dance to Cannibal Corpse's 'Butchered at Birth.'
Just in time to promote Black Label Society's ninth studio album, 'Catacombs of the Black Vatican,' guitar god Zakk Wylde dropped by our studio for an exclusive interview. During our chat with the BLS frontman, he told us a must-hear and hilarious Ozzy Osbourne story unlike any you've heard before.
The worst rock tattoos come in all shapes and sizes, with not even the most respected musicians spared. For those who have eternally committed awful ink onto their bodies, we 'salute' you and offer our readers the 40 Worst Rock Tattoos of All Time.
Like many musicians, Every Time I Die singer Keith Buckley was a concert junkie back in the day. Now concertgoers are flocking to his shows. During a recent stop in Brooklyn, where Every Time I Die were playing two shows in one night at St. Vitus, we spoke to the singer about about his younger concert junkie self.
No matter how bad your day has been, this mashup is going to make you laugh. 'Thomas the Tank Engine' is a staple for kids, but it's never been presented quite like this. In this video recently posted to YouTube, the theme for 'Thomas the Tank Engine' has been masterfully mixed with the Limp Bizkit rage anthem 'Break Stuff.'
Last week actor Will Ferrell was an Internet sensation with his hilarious claim that he was actually Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, something many have debated over for many years due to their uncanny physical similarities. The actor-comedian made his confession during an infamous Reddit ‘Ask Me Anything’ (AMA) session resulting in Smith offering up his own video in response, challenging Ferrell to a drum battle.
Conspiracy theorists, you've just earned one point in the win column. It's been debated for years that comedy legend Will Ferrell is actually Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith. Such claims have been labeled as ludicrous, but surprisingly enough, the actor known as Will Ferrell has just come out admitting that he is, in fact, Chad Smith.
Many would say last night's Super Bowl was a thrashing. However, no play executed on that field compares to the beatdown that personal injury lawyer Jamie Casino will inflict in a court of law. The Georgia-based attorney bought out a full two minutes of Super Bowl commercial time so locals could witness how bad ass he is -- using metal music to hammer the point home.