Inked covers the iconic Los Angeles based graffiti artist known as Saber.
Finally, a shooter that drops the half-baked sci-fi story and lets the bullets fly. The mission in Borderlands is self-explanatory: The barren world of Pandora holds untold alien treasures, and your job is to find them. Choose one of four characters, take the safety off your weapon, and start shooting your way through baddies in the barren Mad Max–like setting. Your reward? Loot. Tons of it, including more than 3 million weapon combinations, such as shotguns with sniper scopes and rifles that shoot homing darts. With four-player drop-in/drop-out co-op, you can grind through 160 quests in randomly generated levels to collect the biggest arsenal of futuristic weaponry this side of Comic-Con.
As always, dropkick murphys, the Boston shamrock ‘n’ rollers, carry the flag and tune of Ireland in their new album, Going Out In Style.
Whether it’s modern Italian chairs, handmade scarves fashioned from reclaimed saris in India, or incandescent lightbulbs, if it’s well-crafted Bradford Shellhammer will find it and find a way to offer it to you.
"It's scary." That's how Bradley Farrell, filmmaker, tattoo artist, and CEO of the social networking site eCirkit, describes what it's like to drive his matte black Ferrari 360 Modena on the track. "Even if you drive really well on the road, it's a totally different feel on the track, especially when you're throwing around a $150,000 car. You don't want to throw it into the wall." Farrell, 33, got into racing Ferraris after he sold his Long Island tattoo shop, High Rollers Tattoo, to a friend in 2005. Farrell opened the Hicksville shop in 1997, and over the years, filled it with a ping-pong table, a skateboard ramp, a gigantic ...
The Fatal Brand represents living life to the extreme. Their company moto says it all… “LIVE LIFE HARD!”
The best thing about New York band Brand New is their ability to cut and paste the good parts of everything from punk to grunge and even plain ol’ rock ‘n’ roll and stitch them all together. The twangy guitar interlude of “Be Gone” sets things up for “Sink,” which starts with a foot-stompin’ blues blast that builds into a Nirvana-style feedback eruption. There are hints of Neutral Milk Hotel and Modest Mouse in the powerful “At the Bottom” as frontman Jesse Lacey sings, “Think something dark’s living down in my heart/And if I wanted to die before I got old/I should have started some years ago diggin’ that hole.” It’s strange, complex, and startlingly original.