What does the hard-rocking, hard-living lead of Social Distortion do in his downtime?
He goes antiquing. Don’t take Mike Ness for granted
Forty years of hard liquor and harder drugs, wild women, and life on the road haven't killed Motörhead's Lemmy Kilmister. Can anything?
You may recognize 22-year-old recording artist Dev from some of her hits "Like a G6" and "In The Dark" but do you really know Dev?
Even before he’d released an album in the States, Australian singer Daniel Merriweather was selling out venues like Los Angeles’s Troubadour and having big-name acts like...
“What we do is like modern-day gladiator shit. Now we’re not looking to die at the end of the battle, but we have to look at it with the mentality that I’m ready to take whatever comes my way!” - Danny Way
Talk about a loose adaptation. In the classic poem The Divine Comedy, a timid poet reluctantly journeys through the nine circles of hell, while the video game version features Dante, a revenge-driven mercenary more interested in killing monsters than chronicling their suffering. Armed with a scythe he stole from Death and a holy cross, Dante fights his way through each horrific circle to confront Lucifer. His beef? Satan took the soul of his beloved Beatrice without asking. Along the way, he crosses history’s most infamous sinners, to whom he can offer absolution of their sins—or serve their last rites. While this bastardized take may send literature departments into a panic, the haunting depiction of hell and combat ripped out of God of War make it an action game worth checking out.
Pilot-for-hire William Grey should have known better than to fly across the Bermuda Triangle. His plane inevitably goes down over the legendary trouble spot, and he’s teleported to a parallel dimension dominated by an alien race known as the Watchers. Joining other human survivors, Grey must find a way back to Earth while fending off attacks from his oppressors. His preferred method of warfare? Jetpack. With rockets strapped to his back courtesy of Nikola Tesla (don’t ask), Grey takes the fight directly to his technologically superior enemies, scaling aerial fortresses, jacking UFOs, and blasting off to safety when gun battles go wrong. Dark Void’s unique vertical combat takes getting used to, but once you master the jetpack, the high-octane combat unleashes your inner Rocketeer.
There are 6 million ways to get rich—who would have thought opening up old, musty storage units would be one of them?