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Ox’s Blog: New Song From Starset – Ricochet

January 6th, 2017

Starset just dropped a new tune off their upcoming album Vessels. You can check out the song, Ricochet, and the 360 degree video that the band made for it. I was going to remind you that tickets were almost sold out for the Starset show at the Marquis Theater on the 23rd but it looks like […]


Ox’s Blog: Throwback Thursday – Remember When Anthrax Was On Married With Children?

January 5th, 2017

Maybe you don’t remember so check out this clip of the band playing part of their song In My World while also tearing apart the set on Married With Children from 1993.


Ox’s Blog: Hetfield Covers Atlas, Rise By Laughing

January 4th, 2017

Although this cover is great it wasn’t good enough to count as my cover for the day, but it has to be heard anyway, James Hetfield laughing his way to a hit with Atlas, Rise.


Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Theory Of A Deadman – Hallelujah

January 4th, 2017

Last month Theory Of A Deadman released a single and video for their cover of the classic Hallelujah. At first I thought the video was going to take a weird John Wick turn, which doesn’t really work with the flow of the song, but it didn’t, spoiler alert. Check it out! For more Hump The […]


Ox’s Blog: 2016 KILO Top 30 Kountdown in Video’s

January 3rd, 2017

If you missed the New Year’s Eve Top 30 Kountdown of 2016 with Bobby Oz over the weekend you can have your own kountdown right here as I feature all 30 tracks in reverse order. Let’s get it started! 30. Invincible – 12 Foot Ninja 29. Feel Invincible – Skillet 28. Square Hammer – Ghost […]


Ox’s Blog: WTF Amazon Alexa Device Goes Porn-y On Toddler

December 30th, 2016

This poor toddler is just trying to listen to Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star when this Amazon Alexa unit starts spouting out a bunch of porn search terms. Did it accidentally find the dad’s search history or just bad ginger luck? The only lesson I am taking away from this is to never trust computers.