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The Thrash Hits Podcast 019: The New Year Catch-Up

January 15th, 2013

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Well, since Christmas and the New Year are now well and truly out of the way, we figured now was the perfect time to throw the next episode of the Thrash Hits podcast out there for you to digest. This week, Raz and Hugh are talking about the various ins and outs of certain legal cases (Ian Watkins of Lostprophets, Harley Flanagan – formerly – of Cro Mags, and, of course, Randy Blythe of Lamb of God) that have been going on while we were on our Christmas break, as well a a discussion on the nature of making tips and predictions, and even a little bit about what’s going on with Thrash Hits for 2013. HINT: BIG PLANS.

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Album: Lostprophets – Weapons

May 11th, 2012

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Weapons
Epic Records
02 April 2012

by Tom Dare

Welsh chart-botherers, Lostprophets, are back once more. We know you love to mock them, people of the Internet, but we also know you know all the words to ‘Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja’ and ‘Rooftops’. You can try and deny it, but we know the truth. The question is, will you be singing along to the lead singles from Weapons in a year’s time as well, and still trying to deny it? [Read more →]

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What happens on Warped Tour… makes a baby? PLUS! Emo n00dz :(

February 10th, 2011

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Frankie Palmeri of Emmure and Jesse Johnson – also of Emmure (ooh, band tension) – are the emo peppercorns in the online rumour mill at the moment. They’re the names being touted around as both having impregnated alt.model Shay Ryan with their emo jizz on last summer’s Warped Tour. Ooh err.

***WARNING!!***
There are very nearly naked men below.
Some things can not be un-seen.

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We always thought The Blackout were shit but now we think they’re wankers too

September 14th, 2010

The nicest thing I’ve heard anyone say about The Blackout’s music is, “But… they’re lovely boys?” and, “It’s o…k.” This meant that instead of actively publicising the fact that we think their derivative emo drivel is a scourge on society that even The Hoosiers cannot compete with, we just said nothing.

THIS HAS ALL CHANGED.

They’re now offering their fans the chance to sell their merch, eat Christmas dinner with them and play XBox with them. However, their fans will have to pay for the pleasure. Yes. Their fans can pay to work for The Blackout.

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In Photos: Lostprophets @ London Astoria – 11 June 2008

July 8th, 2008

Four nights before they were due to close Download Festival 2008, Lostprophets thought they would play to a few less than 60,000 people.

Sandra Sorensen was down at London’s historic Astoria to take some shots of our favourite Welsh rockers.

Lostprophets @ London Astoria gallery

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