A few days ago, Courtney Love posted a photo on her social media outlets believing she had possibly found missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, using a very crude diagram (see below) to prove her point. The Internet world immediately took this ball and ran with it, discussing Love's post in humorous fashion. Adding to her original post, Love has since elaborated on how she came up with her hypothesis.
You just can't make this stuff up… Courtney Love has made some questionable claims in the past, but a new Facebook post from the musician may have set the bar to new heights. Earlier today, Courtney Love suggests she may have personally found where missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is located.
KISS have constantly been in the news lately, whether it be quarrels between current and former members regarding their 2014 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame or lawsuits that may or may not have merit. However, this story came out of nowhere, as four vandals, wearing masks of KISS guitarist Paul Stanley's iconic 'Starchild' face paint, trashed more than 25 cars at a New Jersey auto body shop.
Korn singer Jonathan Davis appeared on the Feb. 17 edition of 'The Alex Jones Show,' spouting off some controversial opinions in the process. During Davis' interview with Jones, a noted conspiracy theorist, the Korn frontman shared his distress over the abundance of cameras in public, theories of how the media used Miley Cyrus to distract the masses from political issues and more.
Various news outlets have reported on a controversial decision by a Danish zoo to kill a healthy giraffe before performing an autopsy and dismembering the animal in front of spectators. Despite mass public outcry to save the giraffe, the cause was lost and the giraffe's meat was fed to zoo lions after the animal was euthanized. In a strange and somewhat confusing twist, Axl Rose offered some unique comments on the story via his Twitter account.
We've all seen some ridiculous custom guitars on the Internet ranging from wild body designs to varying degrees of unreasonable size. But have you ever seen one that needed to be lifted by a crane?
Venom are one of the most influential bands in metal history. Their second album, 1982's 'Black Metal,' helped spawn an entire subgenre. However, their 1981 debut 'Welcome To Hell' was released on Neat Records after Venom were apparently rudely rejected by EMI in a vulgar letter (see it below).