Class of Seventy Four loves wrestling…end quote. Despite the negative stigmatism attached to grown men watching a sport some have called a “soap opera”, it still is probably the one thing in our creative process that excites us.
As Slayer winds down it’s career with a final world tour, one thing can be said about them: They never compromised their sound. Like Motorhead before them, Slayer has always been angry, straight ahead, and fast.
Music is an uber important part of my life. It’s a habit at this point. I listen to it everyday and cannot remember a day when I haven’t consumed it some form or fashion. It’s as common to me as air and water. It’s a friend and a family member. It’s been pivotal in every moment in my life big and small.
Tekashi 6IX9INE, the self-proclaimed “King of New York” will look even more ridiculous when he along with all of the other non-motocross riding idiots purchase and start wearing pieces from the Supreme x Fox collection with no motorcycle in sight.
Our latest Shine subject is Alfonso “ALF” Rawls. ALF is a skateboarding legend and really good soul who can still rip everything with freaky styley style.
An unprovoked, spontaneous performance of street theater broke out this afternoon in the rotunda of the state capital building while legislators were leaving session.
Slayer is starting their final tour ever, which means their final tour until they decide they need another couple of million in the bank, at which point they’ll have a reunion tour. Nevertheless, assuming this is the end, it’s also the end of one of the greatest cathartic battle cries ever: F***ING SLAYERRRRR!!!