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Archive for May, 2013

THE BEST GREEN DAY SONGS EVER… AS CHOSEN BY ALL TIME LOW

All Time Low head out round Europe with punk legends Green Day next month – and they’re playing the Emirates Stadium in London tomorrow. We caught up with them earlier to go through their favourite Green Day songs of all time.


Rian Dawson: “It’s gotta be Burnout for me. It’s the great start to Dookie that goes straight into the high-hat and it has that drum solo thing in the middle of it. We used to cover it all the time and I love it.”


Alex Gaskarth: “It’s kind of a random, it’s like a deep cut in a later album, it’s Nice Guys Finish Last – I don’t know why but I’ve always loved that song.”
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THE CHARIOT TAKE THEIR MUSIC IN A NEW DIRECTION…

Our bud Stephen from The Chariot sent us this absolute fucking internet gem. We bet you couldn’t bust out sweeter moves in front of a green screen.

It goes without saying that we love The Chariot, you should check our interview with the dudes in FRONT 168 HERE.

HAPPY FLOCKING BIRTHDAY, WAKA!

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Today’s Waka Flocka Flame’s birthday. That’s his Waka Flocka Name. He’s a rapper of some Waka Flocka Fame. Maybe he’ll have a party and dress up as a lady, be a Waka Flocka Dame. If nobody buys him a cake, that’ll be a Waka Flocka Shame. If nobody fun turns up to his party, that’ll be Waka Flocka Lame. Or maybe people will turn up but accidetally bring non-alcoholic lager – that’d be Waka Flocka Tame. But they could still get out a pack of cards, play a Waka Flocka Game. And if someone knocks the table over, but nobody knows who, it’ll be a mystery who to Waka Flocka Blame. If the table breaks, maybe he can put in an insurance Waka Flocka Claim. Sorry for all these jokes being the Waka Flocka Same.

WATCH OUT ABBIE, THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

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Standing on your tip-toes won’t help, you’ve got to jump around breaking the furniture like everyone else.

Check out the amazing Alt Girl gallery of Abbie and Chelsea HERE.

I ONLY WATCH 18S’ MUST-SEE MOVIES: DEMONS

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IF YOU ASK ME, I fucking hate it when I’m sitting in the cinema, watching an amazing 18, flicking my bellend, and rubbing a head-massager over my head, and a thick bunch of shit-munchers start eating popcorn with their slack-jawed traps wide-open, rustling about in a bag of Minstrels with their fat-fingered, greedy paws, lighting up the entire fucking county with their iPhones full of brain-dead, lol-heavy texts and Snapchats of their gross tits and dicks, and FUCKING TALKING. TALKING. IN THE FUCKING CINEMA. It nearly always ends in me fucking calling them a bunch of twats and sparking them out one by one. In my head.

So imagine how bad it would be if the cinema was full of actual demons? That would be a giant croc of light brown, wet baby shit wouldn’t it? YES, you are correct – gold star for you.

That is exactly what happens in Lamberto Bava’s Demons – a load of people go to watch a flick at the theatre and before they know it, there’s a horde or slathering demon motherfuckers ripping their eyes out and biting their guts off. It’s a veritable nightmare. Dammit, I bet they really wanted to watch Transformers an’ all.

This is a great film – it’s got a neat premise, a bunch of awesome gore, and an ‘I’m going to bend over and try and fuck my own ear watch me WATCH ME’ soundtrack by frequent Dario Argento collaborators Goblin. It’s massively hammy, the acting’s all over the shop and the dubbing is a bit bloody stupid, but it’s an Italian horror film from the 80s so deal with it or DEAL WITH ME.

It’s on the Horror Channel at 9pm – watch it on your own because all your mates are noisy cunts.

FOLLOW ME ON TWOTTER OR I’LL SQUASH THIS INNOCENT SHIT I’VE JUST DONE: @ionlywatch18s

SO THIS IS THE MOST FUCKED-UP THING YOU’LL SEE TODAY

A LIST PLAYLIST: TURBONEGRO

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We fucking love Turbonegro and you should too. You know who else loves them? Wade MacNeil from Gallows. He’s President of Turbojugend Niagra which you no doubt read in FRONT 182, right? Well in celebration of this fucking wicked punk band, here’s frontman Tony Sylvester (aka The Duke Of Nothing)’s tunes that shaped him.


Queen – Now I’m Here
Found On: Sheer Heart Attack (1974)
“I grew up with two older sisters, a skinhead and an art school girl, so I was bouncing between these two scenes. Queen was the first band I got into that was really mine without anyone’s influence. I was about 12 and wore out their Greatest Hits VHS. This third album is my favourite.”


Black Flag – Nervous Breakdown
Found on: The Blasting Concept (SST Records compilation, 1983)
“I came onto hardcore when I was about 13 like most suburban white kids, through skating and cheap compilations. The Blasting Concept was about £1.99 and had Hüsker Dü and Black Flag on it. Everyone cites Black Flag as an influence, to the point where it’s lost meaning and they don’t feel that special as a band, but you go and see Keith Morris in OFF! and it’s vital and exciting.”
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ON YER BIKE, ROSIE!

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