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Could've been shot by Rock
Kid Rock don’t mess around when it comes to his personal space and the dude who rammed a van into his home better be glad Rock wasn’t there, or else he’d have more than just an arrest to worry about … He could have been shot. Story goes that some guy rammed a van into Rock’s property, apparently trying to gain access. The culprit was later arrested after Detroit police made Rock’s surveillance video public. Rock wasn’t home, but he posted to his website that if he were home, it would have been a different story. Rock said he’s an avid hunter and marksman and he won’t hesitate to shoot anyone who threatens him, his family or his property. The scumbag suspect will be arraigned in court today.
New tune streaming
Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison’s side project Scar the Martyr has posted a stream of their first single “Blood Host.” The tune will be off the forthcoming self titled album due out October 1st. Jordison isn’t new to side projects. He was in Murder Dolls a few years back. Scar the Martyr is out on the road with Danzig They’ll be up in Chicago August 16th at the Congress Theater.
Flag down his pants
Oh, the Bloodhound Gang. You never cease to amaze us, even when you’re no longer relevant. The goofball hip-hop rock weirdos have found some controversy in Russia after bassist Jared Hasselhoff put the Russian flag down his pants. That led to the band’s show the following day being canceled and Russian police ended up questioning Hasselhoff over the weekend. They even considered charging him with defaming the Russian flag. The bassist apologized during a news conference and said it was the band’s tradition to take things thrown on stage and put it down their pants. He says he meant no offense, but really? Then more reports indicate that pro-Kremlin groups threw rotten tomatoes and eggs at the band as they were driven to an Airport to leave the country. Nicely played, guys. Now go burn some roofs down.
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