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Indecent Exposure: Stitched Up

Wednesday, May, 25 2016

Stitched Up Heart have teamed up with Alternative Press to premiere their new music video for “Monster.”

The single comes off Never Alone, which will be out June 17 via Another Century. You can pre-order the album here.

Monster was the first song Stitched Up Heart wrote for their new album, says vocalist Mixi Demner.

“The night before we went in the studio I was getting tattooed by my artist ‘Mr.Monster’ and he asked me to write a song for him. That's where the idea started. The next day, the producers, Merritt (our lead guitarist) and I met up to start the writing process,” she shares. “The studio was dark with spell books, herbs, spices and weird ritual stuff. There was an odd feeling that overcame me. Almost like a beast was ready to be set free. I'm not sure if it had anything to do with the environment, our determination to kill this record or the mass amounts of Monster Energy drinks I had that day but something came over me and was unleashed into the recording.”


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Indecent Exposure: Thrice

Tuesday, May, 24 2016

Thrice is the type of band that has created a legion of fans the old fashioned way. By working and touring their asses off with almost no mainstream support. There are returning with a new album called To Be Everywhere is to be Nowhere, and have just released the video for the single "Black Honey." Check it out below and then let us know if you're going to show the song some Razor love or Razor hate.

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We are the drunkest in the USA

Tuesday, May, 17 2016

It's a real study that has the top 4 drunkest cities in the U.S. as being in Wisconsin. This story is from 24/7 Wallstreet and can read here.

First here are the top 5:

5. Fargo, ND-MN
>Pct. adults drinking to excess: 25.2%
>Pct. driving deaths involving alcohol: 29.5%
>Premature death: 280 deaths before age 75 per 100,000
>Median household income: $53,867

As is the case with many of the cities with relatively high shares of heavy drinkers, Fargo has plenty of bars. There are 63 drinking establishments in the metro area, or about 2.8 bars for every 10,000 residents — enough to put Fargo among the top 50 U.S. cities with the most bars per capita.


4. Madison, WI
>Pct. adults drinking to excess: 25.5%
>Pct. driving deaths involving alcohol: 38.7%
>Premature death: 259 deaths before age 75 per 100,000
>Median household income: $60,903

Wisconsin tops all states in alcohol consumption, and more than half of the 20 cities on this list are in the state. In Madison, 25.5% of adults report heavy or binge drinking on a regular basis, fourth highest nationwide. While excessive drinking does not always lead to adverse outcomes, it may be causing serious problems in the Madison area. Of driving deaths in a given year, 38.7% are alcohol related, one of the highest percentages nationwide.

3. Green Bay, WI
>Pct. adults drinking to excess: 25.6%
>Pct. driving deaths involving alcohol: 47.5%
>Premature death: 290 deaths before age 75 per 100,000
>Median household income: $53,208

More than one in every four adults report heavy or binge drinking on a regular basis in the Green Bay area, nearly the highest excessive drinking rate in the country. While premature death in Green Bay is not more common compared to other metros, it would certainly be much lower if the current level of excessive drinking were to decline. Nearly half of all driving fatalities in Green Bay can be linked to alcohol consumption, the seventh highest percentage in the country.

2. Oshkosh-Neenah, WI
>Pct. adults drinking to excess: 26.0%
>Pct. driving deaths involving alcohol: 44.6%
>Premature death: 299 deaths before age 75 per 100,000
>Median household income: $52,387

In the Oshkosh-Neenah metro area, 26.0% of adults drink excessively, a considerably higher share than the corresponding 18.0% national rate. Excessive drinking is taking a heavy toll on metro area residents. Alcohol is involved in 44.6% of roadway fatalities in Oshkosh-Neenah, one of the highest shares in the country and far higher than the corresponding 31% national rate.


1. Appleton, WI
>Pct. adults drinking to excess: 26.8%
>Pct. driving deaths involving alcohol: 30.3%
>Premature death: 257 deaths before age 75 per 100,000
>Median household income: $60,106

Appleton is home to the largest share of binge and heavy drinkers in both Wisconsin and the country. According to the CDC, binge drinking is more common in households earning at least $75,000 annually. In Appleton, 38.5% of households earn that much, a higher share than the 35.6% of household nationwide earning at least this much. Also, for every 10,000 area residents, there are 4.4 drinking establishments, the ninth highest concentration of bars of any U.S. area.



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New Chevelle!!!

Friday, May, 13 2016

Chevelle have announced thier 8th studio album entitled The North Corridor which you can preorder now.

(Click the artwork to preorder)


The new song is called "Joyride (Omen)" and you can check it our right here, your welcome.


As part of the pre-order promotion, the band has revealed that they will autograph the first 2,016 orders that come through. In addition, the band will offer The North Corridor album on vinyl, marking the first time the band has offered that format.

Read More: Chevelle Reveal 'The North Corridor' Album Title + Artwork | http://loudwire.com/chevelle-the-north-corridor-album-title-artwork/?trackback=tsmclip


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Indecent Exposure: New Years Day

Wednesday, May, 11 2016

Pumping you up for the pit this Sunday at The Sandlot Entertainment Complex in Green Bay you'll see this band play before Escape the Fate and Bullet for My Valentine. They are called New Years Day. This song comes off their album Malevolence and is called "I'm About to Break You" 

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