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ACLU to Appeal ICP suit Against FBI, New A7X Video, FFDP Lullabies, and Nails Soothes Baby


ACLU to appeal ICP suit against FBI

 

Hey Juggalos—Law enforcement can throw more than just the book at you, you could be denied the ability to serve the country, and in general still be considered a member of a violent gang … that’s after a federal judge tossed out a case from the Insane Clown Posse and the ACLU Tuesday. ICP said a 2011 FBI report sent out to law enforcement around the country included their fan base as violent gang members. They said that violates Juggalos' free speech and due process rights. How is being on an FBI list as a violent gang bad for ICP fans? Well, if someone got a hatchet man tattoo when they were younger and then later in life were picked up for a petty drug offense, they could be deemed a violent gang member and given stiffer charges … just because of the tattoo. ICP says it also has the potential of cutting down on their fan base, and in turn their livelihood. The ACLU says they will appeal the decision to toss the challenge out. We’ll keep you posted.

 

New A7X video

 

You’ve been hearing the song on the air for weeks, and now Avenged Sevenfold’s tune “This Means War” is available online for your viewing pleasure. The live performance video, mixed with scenes of a riot outside and moshing inside is a nice mix. Be sure to request the tune on air and call the video up online.

 

 

FFDP lullabies

 

Want to get your kids into the melodies of metal? You should check out the latest from the “Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star” collection. The most recent edition includes the music and melodies of Five Finger Death Punch. You can find a few version of FFDP songs turned lullabies including the tune “Battle Born.” Also available in the collection “The Bleeding,” “Lift Me Up,” “Bad Company,” Under and Over It,” and much more.

 

Nails soothes baby

 

Don’t want to water down the music for your kid? Maybe the latest Nine Inch Nails will calm their nerves. A video circulating online shows a very young infant barely standing while holding on to an adult’s leg. The baby is crying. But the moment Nine Inch Nails’ “Copy of A” begins, the crying stops and you can see the power of the music wash over the child. It’s actually quite fascinating to see the child’s first experience with the music of Nails.

 

 

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