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STRYPER's MICHAEL SWEET Talks 'Social Media Wars'

STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet recently spoke to "The Herman Show" about the lyrical inspiration for "One Sided War", the title track of his 2016 solo album. He said (hear audio below): "I've been writing songs lately based on the social media wars and words that are exchanged and how people are on social media. Everybody's ...

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LAST IN LINE Bassist Slams 'Medicare For All' Proposal, Says People Would Have To 'Wait Weeks To Get Even Basic Appointments'

Former OZZY OSBOURNE and current LAST IN LINE bassist Phil Soussan has slammed the "Medicare For All" proposal, arguing that moving to a single-payer system run by the government would result in people having "to wait weeks to get even basic appointments." Unlike the existing Affordable Care Act (ACA), more popularly called Obamacare, which helps ...

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ALICE COOPER + HALESTORM U.S. Tour: Special $10 Discount On Tickets For BLABBERMOUTH.NET Visitors

Live Nation is offering BLABBERMOUTH.NET visitors an exclusive discount on select stops during the upcoming ALICE COOPER / HALESTORM tour. For a limited time, through April 19, take advantage of a $10 discount for select tickets for the shows linked below. When prompted, enter the password "EIGHTEEN" to unlock the offer. Produced by Live Nation, ...

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DEE SNIDER Blasts 'Losers' Who Post Comments On BLABBERMOUTH.NET

Dee Snider says that he no longer looks at the BLABBERMOUTH.NET comment section because people who post there do nothing but "assault" others and "attack everything." The TWISTED SISTER frontman weighed in on this web site's commenters while addressing the issue of online trolling during the latest episode of his "I Wanna Talk" podcast. Insisting ...

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Ex-JUDAS PRIEST Guitarist K.K. DOWNING: Given The Choice, ROB, IAN And SCOTT Would Have Considered Bringing Me Back

Former JUDAS PRIEST guitarist K.K. Downing says that Rob Halford, Ian Hill and Scott Travis would "certainly" have "entertained the idea" of having him return to the band if there wasn't something preventing them from doing so. K.K. announced his retirement from PRIEST in April 2011. He has since been replaced by Richie Faulkner, who ...

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