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7 Things You Need To See Right Now

Here’s everything worth your precious time, clicks and bandwidth this week…

BEER + GUITAR + STAGE + CLUMSINESS X FOO FIGHTEROOPS


Dave Grohl fell off a stage after chugging some beer. Not for the first time. Probably not for the last time. Remember kids, please rock responsibly.

Dave Grohl Chug

HAIL SEITAN!


Let’s be real, we could all be kinder to the planet and probably sort our diets out a bit. Here’s Parkway Drive dude Winston McCall to help with all your #veganuary needs.

Winston McCall Parkway Drive vegetables

SAXUAL HEALING


Fact: Every song sounds better with saxophone on it. Need proof? Listen to this saxophone cover of A Day To Remember’s If It Means A Lot To You.

The band A Day To Remember

MAKE BRING ME THE HORIZON METAL AGAIN!


Angry nerds on the internet love shouting about when bands who used to be really heavy sometimes do songs that aren’t really heavy. This guy did something about that…

Bring Me The Horizon metal cover

THE MILL OF RUMOURS HAS BEEN GRINDING ABOUT SLIPKNOT AND SURPREME DOINGCOLLAB


And we’re not above a bit of stirring. Could it happen? Find out more right here.

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MUSE COVERED DURAN DURAN


Yep. This is a thing that has happened and now you can listen to it with your ears.

Muse

A GUITAR MADE OUT OF PENCILS? COMPLETED IT MATE


Isn’t the internet a thing of wonderment?

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That’s your lot. More nonsense next week, rather inevitably. Peace out.

Posted on January 11th 2019, 4:55pm
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