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James Hetfield of Metallica and daughter Cali perform song

Metallica frontman James Hetfield and former Van Halen vocalist Sammy Hagar held their second annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure concert on Friday, May 15 in San Francisco, CA. Proceeds from the event benefit the Pediatric Cancer Program at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital. Among guests at the event were Jerry Cantrell, Joe Satriani, and Chad Smith.

The most interest moment, however, came when Hetfield was joined on stage by his 16-year-old daughter, Cali, for a performance of the Adele song "Crazy For You." Here's some video:




Attila near fight

Attila members Chris Linck and Sean Heenan were dining at an Atlanta restaurant this week when some dumb drama took place. We were sent the video by someone. That someone provided an account of what went down below. We can't corroborate any of it, nor do we have the energy to do so. Regardless, here's a summary: Attila members almost get in fight, but their wise girlfriends seem to steer them away from trouble. For the record, we don't condone heckling bands. We also don't support obnoxious band members. We're not if either of these things took place, but this is the video.





Attila guys are just being loud, offensive and inappropriate customers (they were drunk because it was Chris' birthday that night) so I instantly think "Wow, this group of dudes really fucking suck."

*that's before i even know they're in that fucking band*

Anon - "I like your shirt."
Sean - "Thanks man."
Anon - "Just kidding. That band sucks."
Sean - "Oh really? I'm the drummer for that band."
Anon - "Dang. Well if I gotta give you anything at all, your music videos are sick."
Sean - "No. You're lying."
Amon - "Nah. Got the hottest bitches ever in your videos."
Sean starts a snap chat video of all of us to show his snap chat people all his haters. Then he walks over to our other group of friends across the restaurant and says
Sean - "Those guys say my shirt sucks. You think this band sucks? I'd say they're just a bunch of haters. How about you?"

*starts walking back towards us*
*Anon friend responds*
"Yo, did he just ask us if Attila sucks?"
*another friend at that table replies*
Anon group "Yes"
*Anons friend says out loud*
"Yeah dude, that band does fucking suck."

*sean walks back over to that table*

Sean - "Idk who said that but this guy right here has a jersey of a dude that I actually go out to beat with. So why don't y'all take that haters. Bet y'all can't be doing that."

*sean walks back to us*
*Anon looks at Chris*
Anon - "So are y'all gonna leave now or just stand here and chit chat with us? Are you in the band?"
Chris - "Yeah I'm the guitarist bro."
Anon - "Dayummm. But for real, y'all tryna leave yet?"

*chris looks at the other member that has been the cry baby from the beginning*

Chris - "Oh we're leaving. We don't even want to be around you faggots."

Anon group "Alright. Then leave."
*chris leans closer towards me*
Chris - "Oh, we're gonna leave. We're gonna leave."
*Anons friend gets in between us and tries backing him off.*
Then you see everything from there in the video.


RAGE, by Chris Fronzak

Chris Fronzak sings for Attila. In his spare time, he runs a clothing line. Meanwhile, he started his own label imprint last year. Additionally, he launched his own photo sharing application a few months ago. Now you can add cologne to his list of endeavors, for better or for worse. Here's his pitch:

Introducing my all new men's fragrance- "RAGE" by Fronzilla! For fans of "one million" or "versace", this cologne is masculine and sweet, the perfect combo to let others know that you are both bold and confident.

These will only be available for a short period of time and they are a must-have item for this summer!

Ladies- these make for a great gift for your boyfriends!

I love thinking outside of the box and doing things that not many other people are willing to do. Although this was extremely hard to produce and manufacture, I'm extremely satisfied with the product and I know you guys will love it too!


Do you want to smell FUCKING AMAZING this summer?Pick up my brand new cologne #RageByFronzilla!It's my personal favorite scent & I swear you guys will love it. Hit the link in my profile & pick up your bottle first before anyone else!

Posted by Fronzilla on Thursday, May 14, 2015


The Banner posted some footage of man being picked up and thrown onto the merch table at a hardcore show. Unfortunately, the video ends about a second too soon. Why do people always stop filming at the worst possible time?!?!





Moshing with The Wolf. That old OG #NJHC style

A video posted by THE BANNER (@thebanner) on


(thanks, ThePRP)

This past weekend, Philadelphia band Varials held an EP release show in Willow Grove, PA. Not only were there boogie board attacks, but some guy took off all of his clothes and proceeded to play mosh pit agitator. Hopefully, this is not the start of a new trend. Video below. (update 1: YouTube removed the video after 40,000 views, so we've attempted to use Facebook) (update 2: Facebook has done the same after 10,000 views) (update 3: we've made some adjustments to the video and re-uploaded to YouTube)

By the way, please subscribe to our YouTube channel, where we will continue to add shitty videos like the one below.





UPDATE: Our video was featured on nationally syndicated television show RightThisMinute a few days ago. You can watch the clip below:



Rob Scallon has had some YouTube success with his banjo covers (his cover of "Raining Blood" is nearing 5 million views). Anyway, Scallon has now turned his banjo toward Metallica's vast catalog. Here is his banjo cover of the band's thrash staple, "Battery."




So Rob Scallon recorded the Metallica megahit "Enter Sandman" backwards. Yes, he really did. I'm not sure how long it took him to do this, but I guess it doesn't matter. You can cehck out the video below. It sounds something like the original, only with more fuzz, weird drums, and strange vocals.




Scott Weiland performed the Stone Temple Pilots hit "Vasoline" with his band this week, and, well, he's back on top (of a mountain of pharmaceuticals).




The Osbournes reboot cancelled

So much for the return of The Osbournes. The reality show, which originally ran for four seasons on MTV, had been expected to return for a limited run this year.

"We are no longer talking to the Osbournes about a series; that's not going to happen," Susan Levison, exec VP original programming and production at VH1, told The Hollywood Reporter. "We wish we could have worked it out, but it just didn't come together for us. The family has been absolutely lovely and we wish them the best. We'd love to figure out a way to work with them at some point in the future."

The decision to scuttle the revival is somewhat surprising, given the fact that family matriarch Sharon Osbourne had publicly announced its return last fall.

Pat Robertson advocates for hitting children over their music choices

Earlier this week, televangelist, author, and one-time presidential candidate Pat Robertson advised the mother of an 11 year-old boy to "smack" the child for listening to "evil" music.

The woman had written Robertson to express concern for her son, who "recently started listening to music that speaks of the 'beast within' and the 'infection in people'." She didn't mention the genre of the music per se, but it sure seems likely that the poor child is listening to metal.

Robertson said, "it doesn't hurt to smack a little 11 year old around a little bit and say, 'You behave, you're not going to listen to that garbage in my house."

You can watch the video below.




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