The 15th date of Vans Warped Tour 2012 was held at the Palace of Auburn Hills on Friday, July 6. Doors opened at 11 a.m., closed around 9 p.m. and the attendees were baring as much skin as legally possible...
Don’t get on the Ghost of Sparta’s bad side. His rap sheet is the stuff of ages: He murdered his former boss (the god Ares), attempted fratricide, and kick-started a war against the rest of the Greek gods. The third and final chapter of his story finds Kratos knocking on the door of Mount Olympus. With the aid of the Titans and his deadly double-chained blades, Kratos has the necessary allies and tools to exact his vengeance upon Zeus—and drop any Greek god foolish enough to stand in his way. As with its instant-classic predecessors, God of War III presents jaw-dropping battlefields with a huge sense of scale. Armed with the most stylish combat on the planet and a control system its competitors are blatantly ripping off, this finale cements God of War’s membership in the video game pantheon.
One surefire way to start a fight: tell a gearhead that the newest generation of Chevrolet Corvette might challenge the sports car supremacy of the Porsche. It’s the type of argument that will probably end with a tire iron to the head. It’s also true. The new generation of Chevrolet Corvettes have ushered in a whole new approach to building the American sports car.
If you think there should be a movie based on your life, dress the part of the leading man.
Whatever Goldfrapp do—from thumping electronica to glammed up romps—they do it for the dance floor. The British electronic music duo’s fifth full-length, Head First, is loaded with pulsating pop gems, such as “Alive,” that are a step away from the baroque pop of their previous album—and tailor-made for getting down. While Head First does occasionally get close to disco territory, the synthesizer-driven romps like “Shiny and Warm” and “Dreaming” keep the album relevant, not retro. If you’re not an admirer of Goldfrapp, Head First probably won’t be the album that converts you; but if you are a fan, this is exactly what you’ve been waiting for your DJ to play.
An Inked Icons interview with Grime of Primal Urge
heidiminx interviews a member of the Tibetan ex-political prisoners association, GuChuSum. While there are numerous sites and TV shows dedicated to the meanings of tattoos, the tattoos of Tibet's ex-political prisoners have not been well documented. Their experiences are crucial to understand the human rights violations China commits on a daily basis.
You know the Stone Pony, the Boss’s place in Asbury Park, Nj, but three blocks away, across a freshly paved municipal parking lot, sits The Bouncing Souls’ home: Asbury Lanes.