Massive Metal Monday: Motochrist “I Don’t Ride Bitch”
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Los Angeles punk metal stalwarts Motochrist are back with their fourth studio album Chrome. An underground supergroup of sorts, Motochrist consists of current and former members of The Dwarves, Junkyard, The Throbs, Humble Gods, NY Loose, Faster Pussycat, Stiv Bators and His Evil Boys, and L.A. Guns. The band’s sound is a high octane amalgam of all of those influences and more.

Check out the first single and video from Chrome right here below. The track is titled “I Don’t Ride Bitch” and it is our Massive Metal Monday selection for this week.

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The Drill Down 399: Forward To The Past, Back To The Future
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This week, an Edward Snowden clone leaks drone docs, Chrome stops eavesdropping on you, why you should uninstall Flash right now, Facebook protects you from government intrusion, and we go Back to the Future — but the future is now! … on The Drill Down podcast.

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The Drill Down 385: Over the Glass Cliff
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[Artwork by Peach Bunni]

This week, the Internet comes to low-income housing, Reddit‘s woes are far from over, is it finally time to kill Adobe Flash? We say farewell to a gaming legend … and much much more…

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The Drill Down 278: One Red Ring to Rule Them All
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This week, Google buys a quantum computer, Yahoo buys instant cool with Tumblr and spruces up tired old Flickr, Aereo & Arrested Development disrupt Big Media, and Microsoft launches the next-generation of XBox. Plus, our review of Star Trek: Into Darkness!

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The Drill Down 235: In The Moog*
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On this week’s show, Andrew Sorcini and Christopher Burnor discuss: Facebook goes public! Google officially makes things, Microsoft goes social, Zuckerberg gets hitched, and private enterprise launches into space…

Here’s the headlines… Pinterest joins the $1 BN club, Microsoft launches social network So.cl, Comcast tests tiered pricing, SpaceX launches first commercial rocket into space.

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