Thursday, July 02, 2009

Hope Not Hate

Hope Not Hate is Campaign run by Searchlight Magazine to hopefully show that most of Briton is not as ignorant as it currently appears.

Show your support and sign the petition

Monday, April 06, 2009

Live tv on my G1?????

After reading a whole heap of articles getting me excited about being able to watch the beeb wherever (assuming theres wifi), on my G1,, it appears that although everywhere (mainly the reg) seems to clearly state the G1 is supported, hopefully im having a skillz failure but all I get is "Your device appears to be unable to support this service" if anyones had any success with this would be great to know...

Monday, September 15, 2008

Point Blank

Full on Metal with DJ Havoc (me) and DJ Beyond
9 till 2 upstairs at the Intrepid Fox 4th Friday of every month.

Pantera - Machine Head - Sepultura - Tool - Biohazard - Life Of Agony - Kyuss - Slayer - Rage Against The Machine - Faith No More - Alice In Chains - Down - Nailbomb

And much much more.......

We are launching on the 26th September.... Tell everyone you know, tell them to tell everyone they know!!!!!

Saturday, May 05, 2007

Lost: End date? ....Can it be True......

From ez-tv.......

ABC is set to announce that Lost will end production after two more seasons.

This is what my E! Online partner in crime Marc Malkin just announced in his column, Planet Gossip.

I know. Breathe, Lost fans. Breathe.

Here's what I can tell you. I just spoke to insiders at ABC and they tell me it's true: The network and producers have reached a decision on an end date and they are expected to announce it in the next two weeks. This is meant to be a good thing, because now the producers finally can start mapping out the remaining episodes and start rolling out some of the major reveals and answers we fans have been waiting for.

I'm also told there are more big changes in store for the show!

According to sources, ABC is planning to push back Lost's return date to January of next year in order to air new episodes back-to-back, and it is also "extremely likely" that Lost will change time slots next season.

Still, the biggest change may be that massive, mind-blowing, cast-related "game-changer" I keep hinting about—to which I am sworn to secrecy, for it is that big—which is revealed in the season finale. (I cannot wait for you to see it.)

Word is, Lost is moving to an earlier hour, which will make at least one fan happy: Josh Holloway's brother. "I do feel like we're in the wrong time slot," Josh told me during my recent trek to the set in Hawaii. "Most definitely too late, because I lost my own brother. He’s like, 'Dude, I got to get to work in the morning!' I’m just going to say it. Let’s move it back to 9 o’clock or 8 o’clock."

Let it be said that Josh Holloway and his brother have mad pull.

So, what do you all think of saying goodbye to Lost in only two more seasons? And, more important, who needs a hug? 'Cause I could sure use one...

- E Online's Kristin Veitch

Well thats all very exciting, finally we should get some real answers.....

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

any one for a quick dip?????

This is pretty frikkin funny, check out number 23 thanks to beardy Phil for this one

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

sweeeeet pics......

some really sweeeeet pics from my buddy garya......

Sepultura's intimate UK show

Seps to play small London gig

Spartacus Entertainment has announced a special one-off intimate U.K. show with Brazilian thrashers SEPULTURA. This will be the last show on the band's European jaunt in March, and only U.K. gig. The concert will take place on March 31 at the Carling Academy Islington, London. Tickets are on sale now from or call 08700 600 100. Please note this is an early evening show. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. The concert will also feature the cream of the U.K. underground metal scene, with main support coming from London booze-hounds THE INBREDS, and an additional appearance by Portsmouth riffers VALLENBROSA And MALEFICE. And to make the show even more special, Kevin Bond (SUPERJOINT RITUAL) will be making a special appearance onstage with THE INBREDS.

Commented Spartacus Entertainment mainman Dean Leverett: "This is going to be a great show and it's not often SEPULTURA play such an intimate venue. Considering this is the only U.K. show, at least for a while, makes it all the more special! With the addition of Kevin from SUPERJOINT RITUAL appearing onstage with THE INBREDS, this is the place you need to be on the 31st of March."

From Metal Hammer Website 26/02/2007