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March 2017

CYPHER16 MAKING HISTORY IN LONDON

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You’ve definitely got to give CYPHER16 serious props.  They wanted to shoot behind the scenes at London’s Museum of Natural History… not exactly a small request.  Add to this the fact that they’re no-joke heavy rock and the favor seems possibly even more outlandish. Fast forward to this, they’re latest and I must say — stunning new video, “Open The Dark Door”. I…

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SPILLING THE TEA WITH ICE(-T)

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Despite some controversial press over the decades, Ice-T is one of the most favored figures in pop culture today.  He’s navigated the mine-filled road to fame with a respectable balance of heat and humor.  Recently, Don Jamieson and I trekked to the Sonos Speaker Store in Soho for a VIP listening party of his band Body Count’s latest album– Bloodlust.  With his sexy…

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TONIGHT: BLONDE GETS DOWN (AND DIRTY) WITH THE SDR SHOW (GUESS WHAT ‘SDR’ STANDS FOR?)

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I love a good challenge – and I’m guessing the boys from The SDR Show  are going to give me one!  The Sex, Drugs & Rock N Roll Show with comedian Big Jay Oakerson and radio/tv host Ralph Sutton are the antithesis of ‘safe’; Politically correct? NO.  Provocative? YES.  I’m trying not to think too hard about where their interview with…

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BODY COUNT’S ‘BLOODLUST’ OUT 3/31

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Body Count’s latest album Bloodlust

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T-ZING OUR UPCOMING INTERVIEW W/ BODY COUNT FRONTMAN

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NOTE:  If you happen upon Ice-T, let’s say, on the street somewhere — avoid yelling “Lemonade!”.  Just trust me on that. Don Jamieson‘s back from his trek thru Ireland and Scotland; we met up last night at the impressive Sonos Speaker Store in Soho, NYC.  The event:  A VIP listening party for rap/metal crew Body Count‘s new album “Bloodlust”, along…

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CHICAGO’S GRACE-FUL METALHEAD – CHEF CURTIS DUFFY

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Check out a FacebookLIVE/BlondeAndCrossbones sneak, behind the scenes peek of my interview with one of the hottest chefs in fine cuisine (and, frankly, many say one of the hottest chefs on the planet, literally and figuratively) — Curtis Duffy of Grace in the VIDEOS section of this website.   You also may recognize him from the compelling, disturbing but often times…

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LEMONADE? NO, DAMMIT…ICE T

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It’s safe to say papahood has not softened Ice-T, at least when it comes to his views on police.  A ‘Cop Killer’ on steriods, his latest release, ‘No Lives Matter’ shows the metal-rap provocateur is doubling down, saying no uncertain terms:   The All Lives Matter movement is…crap. Don Jamieson and I delve into the latest from Ice’s band Body…

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BEHIND THE SCENES WITH ENTER SHIKARI

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Enter Shikari backstage in Chicago Check out a Facebook LIVE/BlondeAndCrossbones sneak, behind the scenes peek at my interview with the UK’s brilliant Enter Shikari from Chicago’s Bottom Lounge in VIDEOS section!  Full interview to post soon.  

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A NEW METAL GODDESS ELECTRIFIES WEBSTER HALL 3/8/17

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When Amaranthe’s vocalist and songwriter Elize Ryd walked in to the bar area of Webster Hall on a chilly March afternoon, I assumed she was the band’s publicist.  Her long, brunette locks were stuffed under a knit cap and there was no sign of makeup.  When I realized it was her, I had to laugh.  She’s a lucky one — looks…

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ONE TO WATCH: CYPHER16 FROM WEBSTER HALL 3/8/17

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I checked these guys out, when I found out they’d be opening for Sweden’s Amaranthe — and was really impressed.  Adding to their appeal is lead singer Jack Doolan.  Like his UK brethren, (and one of my prized recent-ish discoveries) Enter Shikari‘s dazzling frontman Rou Reynolds, Doolan packs a brilliant lyrical punch.   And like Reynolds, he’s thoughtful, unassuming and quite…

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