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The trailer for ‘The Festival’ looks like funniest film for UK fest fans ever.

Of all the ridiculous set-ups in today’s movies, why has no one ever tackled the subject of the Great British music festival? Well now they have in brand new comedy movie ‘The Festival’. Who’s ‘They’? Writer of The Inbetweeners, Iain Morris along with a stellar cast of Joe Thomas, Noel Fielding, Jermaine Clemet, and Nick Frost. Joe Thomas stars as ...

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10 Times Rock and Metal Met Wrestling

If you watched Wrestlemania, NXT Takeover, ROH Supercard of Hour, or any other wrestling event over the weekend you may have picked up a ‘rock n roll’ or party vibe to it, this is nothing new. Rock and wrestlling have went hand-in-hand for decades. Records of the world of professional wrestling mixing with the music industry goes as far back ...

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Fred Durst casts John Travolta as a stalker in biographical movie ‘Moose’

No, April Fool’s Day hasn’t come early. What you just read is true. Fred Durst (yes as in Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst) has cast Hollywood legend John Travolta as a creepy stalker in his new feature film ‘Moose’ which is based on the Limp Bizkit man’s own experiences. Durst is directing the movie as we speak, which is centured ...

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#CutTheCrap

#CutTheCrap Sexual Harassment on Social Media Needs to Stop!

Today, something happened to me on Facebook that is a far too common an occurrence for women on social media. Being a music publicist, having unsolicited messages sent to me is quite a common thing. I don’t mind at all and think nothing of it. So when I was approached by a musician and asked for advice, I replied that ...

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record deal

So you want a Record Deal?

As a publicist, I am constantly facing the same scenario over and over again with regards to record labels. So I wanted to throw in my two cents and actively invite people to share their opinions. Because I specialise in Rock and Metal, I will be using these genres for my examples. So you want a record deal? There’s a ...

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MetalDays

Are you really living if you are not attending MetalDays this week?

You may well be, but certainly not to your full rock and metal potential. MetalDays is the festival of festivals, it’s a week long, it’s Monday to Friday of music, it’s five headliners and hundreds of bands. And well, just look at it…. This years event will see ‘The Pale Emperor’ himself, Marilyn Manson headline the first night, followed by viking ...

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The Beggars Banquet

The Beggars Banquet: Michael Joseph Photos 

This week we were given a unique opportunity to see a series of photographs by one of the world’s  most talented photographers. He captured the mood of the ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ year — 1968. Michael Joseph, from South Africa, was born in 1941 and studied at the London College of Printing and Graphic Arts when he arrived in Great Britain ...

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vaping

How rock musicians are switching from smoking to vaping

Sponsored  The world’s rock scene has long had a hard-living, hard-partying image, with plenty of wild nights, booze and cigarettes. Smoking was, until recently, a more or less essential part of the rock star look, and legends like Keith Richards, Lemmy and Siouxsie Sioux have all, over the years, been pictured smoking, and have made no secret of their habit. ...

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september mourning

September Mourning release Vol.1 of their comic-book series

Created by Top Cow founder/artist and musician Emily Lazar – September Mourning is a character that exists in social media, a rock band, and now a comic-book series. September Mourning Vol.1 collects the Kickstarter funded comic in one place. See below for a taster of the graphic-novel: September Mourning – On a war against fate, in a fight for humanity ...

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Misfits donate memorabilia to Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame Museum

New York. April 18th, 1977. What’s so important about this location and date, you ask? For one particular band, it marks the beginning of a long road now commemorated some forty years, seven studio albums and 25+ band members later. No two ways about it, Misfits have captivated young punk audiences all over the world for four decades straight. To ...

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