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Monday, November 3, 2014

Episode 116 - Let's Outlaw Procreation

The Skinny with Mike and Adam - Let's Outlaw Procreation 
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The Feed:
- Soundgarden has announced their 3 disk rarities collection titled "Echo of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path”.

- Nothing in the world is more important than a Twitter war! This time, Buddy Nielson of Senses Fail is in a clash with Attila’s Fronz over a homophobic slur in a recent Attila song.

- Bring Me The Horizon has released YET ANOTHER single this past week. This time, they collaborated with rapper Orifice Vulgatron of Foreign Beggars and the track itself comes from the re-scored Drive soundtrack.

- LIGHTS' manager Jian Ghomeshi has been accused by eight women "of violence, sexual abuse or harassment." Lights originally had posted an open letter of support on Facebook, but that has since been deleted.

On The Plate:
- A band that Adam recently reviewed, Miss Fortune, has been making the news rounds this past week due to lead singer, Mikey Sawyer’s, domestic violence arrest. Consequently, the band’s label, Sumerian Records, has dropped the band due to their “supposed” complacency. Do the actions of one band member reflect the band as a whole? Was the label right to respond in this manner?

Sound Off:
- Mike: Marvel announced the entirety of their Phase 3 films during a press conference on Tuesday.

Adam: Adam reviews “Hesitant Alien” by Gerard Way, the self-titled debut by Royal Blood, and “Age of Ignorance” by Our Last Night.

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