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From Anthrax ” Anthrax fans are the most loyal fans ever. You’ve been waiting a long, long time for us to release new music. With Joey back in the band, we know that the anticipation is really high, and we love you for that. So, as a way for us to say THANK YOU, we decided to make our brand-new track, “Fight’em ’til You Can’t,” available as a free download, giving all of you a taste of what’s to come on our first new studio album in eight years – “Worship Music” that will be out September 13. Thank you for sticking with us my friends and now join us on this zombie killing thrill ride we call “Fight’em ’til You Can’t.”
BANG YOUR HEADS!!! ”
From I Am Los Angeles ” El Mac and Retna are street artists, born in LA. They use building walls as blank canvases for their imagery, and the duo has collaborated to create murals all over the world. El Mac and Renta have very different styles, and have been collaborating the last few years. They combine their artistic forces in a specific way: El Mac creates huge lifelike portraits and Retna, calligraphic brushwork and decoration. The result is striking imagery that is unique and recognizable as theirs. It’s not uncommon for street art fans and documentarians to gather to watch the progression of an El Mac and Retna work in progress. ”
From laweekly ” Two weeks ago, the L.A. street artist Revok ended his six-month prison sentence amid fans pushing for his release. Revok was one of the participating artists in the groundbreaking ‘Art in the Streets‘ MOCA exhibit — then was promptly jailed by the Los Angeles Police Department for failing to pay restitution to plaintiffs and victims of his graffiti in a long-standing suit dating back to 2010. Now he’s out, but still faces a mound of legal fees and an exorbitant bail, set at a cool third of a million. In the mean time, his friends have come together to lend him a hand, and help him get back on his feet. Thierry Guetta, a.k.a. Mr. Brainwash, the elusive and controversial subject of Banksy’s Exit through the Gift Shop, has created a limited-edition art print entitled Never Give Up, dedicated to Revok. Guetta tells LA Weekly that the proceeds from the sales of the work will function as a general supporting fund for Revok — “bail, apartment, whatever he needs.” “
From huffingtonpost ” The much-anticipated eighth season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” is coming in July, setting Larry David in his hometown of New York City for the first time on the show.After a two year hiatus and having successfully reunited the cast of “Seinfeld”, “Curb” returrns to see David bring all his neuroses to New York. And by the looks of the trailer, fans can expect some hilarious guest appearances. ”
Quote From maxmuscle.com ” Come meet UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes and also help us raise money for a great cause. Special appearance by Shane Carwin. Shane will be fresh off his fight on the 11th, and coming to Max Muscle Fort Collins. June 18th Shane is coming to help support Jackson in his fight against CP. ” VIA www.shane-carwin.com Find out more @ fortcollins.maxmuscle.com
From theehibachi ” If anyone doubts that the Harlem Globetrotters were incomparable athletes as well as world-class entertainers, this documentary will put them wise. The documentary features interviews with everyone from former Globetrotters and NBA coaches to Henry Kissinger. “The Team That Changed The World” lays out not only the development of the team itself – how original Globetrotters Marques Haynes and Reece “Goose” Tatum turned a sport into a form of vaudeville without sacrificing amazing displays of skill – but also the volatile racial politics of the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s, when the Globetrotters were at their peak. In only an hour, the documentary argues persuasively that this basketball team, as they toured the world, became a symbol of racial progress and American good will. It’s not the same as seeing the Globetrotters live, but fans of these great performers will find this documentary a pleasure.