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Misfits vs. Danzig

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Misfits v Danzig

Two of American punk and metal's best and most influential bands - Misfits and Danzig - are hitting the road this summer and fall. In a painful game of "would you rather" we ask, if you could only choose one, which band would you go see? Luckily, you don't have to choose just one. With special guests like Pennywise, Cancer Bats, She Demons, and more, you can't go wrong with any of these shows. Check out tour dates below and find your tickets before they're gone!



Week in Review

Jason Pierre-Paul Loses Finger

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It’s safe to say Fourth of July 2015 was not one New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul would like to remember. While celebrating America’s independence he injured both of his hands with fireworks, including a fractured right thumb and a severely burned right index finger. Although initial reports indicated the injuries he sustained weren’t serious, ESPN’s Adam Schefter obtained a copy of medical charts that revealed Pierre-Paul had his right index figured amputated.

Pierre-Paul might have been able to save his finger, but it would have been a long road to recovery, most likely forcing him to miss the entire upcoming season. The area where the amputation occurred is only expected to take about three weeks to heal. According to an unidentified source, “Pierre-Paul is expected to be back on the field this year” and "could be ready to play by the start of the season.”

Luke Bryan

Country superstar Luke Bryan has tickets on sale today for his upcoming Farm Tour, which will take place this October at farms primarily in the Southeastern U.S.
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Oddball Comedy Festival

The third edition of the comedy festival features Aziz Ansari and Amy Schumer as headliners. Most onsales are today.
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Several teams have onsales in the coming week, including the Vikings, Seahawks, Bears, Patriots, and Ravens.
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With the Broadway debut of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s much anticipated opus Hamilton coming up on July 13 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, the Great White Way is abuzz with praise for the new musical. Ben Brantley of The New York Times, the paper itself a bastion of restraint and the last word in theatre reviews, gushed, “HISTORIC. HAMILTON is brewing up a revolution. This is a show that aims impossibly high and hits its target. It's probably not possible to top the adrenaline rush. A MARVEL.” Fellow Gray Lady mainstay David Brooks similarly decreed, “BRILLIANT. HAMILTON is one of the most exhilarating experiences I’ve had in a theater. Bold, rousing, sexy, tear-jerking and historically respectful — the sort of production that asks you to think afresh about your country and your life.” And the reviews gush on, and on, and on.

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It was less than a month ago that Foo Fighters frontman, Dave Grohl took a nasty spill off the stage while performing in Sweden, breaking his leg so severely that he needed to have six metal screws inserted into his leg. Unfortunately, the band was forced to cancel their remaining European tour dates that were scheduled to span through the end of June, including a headlining slot at Glastonbury Festival. Soon after Grohl’s surgery, the band released a press release that announced that “Dave’s full recuperation time is still to be determined,” which led many to speculate if the band’s North American shows were also going to be cancelled. Luckily, cancellation wasn’t in the cards, thanks in part to good spirits by the band and a custom throne designed by Dave himself.

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