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Dynamite Delivers The Boys Omnibus Publishing Schedule!

Volume One of Ennis & Robertson’s
Critically-Acclaimed Series Releasing March 2019

November 21, Mt. Laurel, NJ: Dynamite Entertainment is releasing Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s Eisner-nominated series, The Boys, in a brand new format for fans and readers looking to jump on board with the critically-acclaimed series before the television adaptation debuts with Amazon Prime Video in 2019.

At a massive 344 pages, the fan-favorite series draped in controversy is now presented in an omnibus edition as Dynamite releases the first 14 issues of the acclaimed series in one oversized trade collection! Join the most brutal government operatives ever assembled in tales of mayhem and dark humor, as chronicled by Garth Ennis, Dennis Robertson, and Peter Snejbjerg. Meticulously restored, The Boys Omnibus Edition Volume 1 also features bonus art materials, the script to issue #1 by Garth Ennis, a coboysomni.jpgmplete cover gallery with iconic artwork by Darick Robertson, and much more.

Some superheroes have to be watched. Some have to be controlled. And some of them — sometimes — need to be taken out of the picture. That’s when you call in The Boys! In a world where costumed heroes soar through the sky and masked vigilantes prowl the night, someone’s got to make sure the “supes” don’t get out of line. Billy Butcher, Wee Hughie, Mother’s Milk, The Frenchman, and The Female are The Boys: A CIA-backed team of very dangerous people, each one dedicated to the struggle against the most dangerous force on Earth – superpower!

“The Boys has long been one of our proudest achievements in our 14 years of publishing,” said Nick Barrucci, CEO and Publisher of Dynamite Entertainment. “Garth and Darick poured blood, sweat, and tears into the project for six years and 72 issues and we’re excited to see new, affordable, collected editions for fans on stands in time for the much awaited Amazon Prime Video adaptation. There’s never been a better time to read this series.”

The Boys Omnibus Volume 1 will be released in stores everywhere March 2019. The Boys Omnibus Volume 2 and The Boys Omnibus Volume 3 are expected to see May and July release dates, respectively.

The Boys Omnibus Volume 1 will be solicited in Diamond Comic Distributors’ December 2018 Previews catalog, the premier source of merchandise for the comic book specialty market, and slated for release in February 2019. Comic book fans are encouraged to reserve a copy of The Boys Omnibus Volume 1 with their local comic book shop or pre-order through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or retailer of their choosing.

Rolled and Told #3 – Lion Forge

Let’s talk about the remarkable resurgence of Dungeons and Dragons over that last couple of years.  With the release of Fifth Edition (AKA 5E), a new D&D clothing line, it’s imagery used in the immensely popular show Strange Things, and issues of a D&D comic from IDW (and a Rick and Morty crossover); the D&D brand has become cool and interesting to the world in general and not just for nerdlingers like myself.  Much in the same way that the D20 system was very open-ended and lent itself to people creating their own worlds and adventures 5E has done a lot of the same things.  We are starting to see a new crop of creative projects that can be used in your personal D&D campaigns.

Enter Rolled and Told, this new line of books from the people at Lion Forge and Quillion.  Rolled and Told is a single adventure wrapped up in a comic book.  By using comic book pages and art to create the framework for an adventure, as well as having maps, adventure hooks and even tips and tricks on how to create better adventures, this foray into the world of comics and Dungeons and Dragons is really pretty brilliant.

Issue 3 revolves around a school names Varacadabara that has lost control of time and space and the monsters that they are hiding inside.  As adventurers, you are tasked with going into the school to rescue the students that are trapped inside.  Time and space shift and warp as you make your way through the school, new creatures confront you and there is plenty of mystery to be solved.  It is a good stand-alone adventure that can be fit into any campaign setting, and as long as you have the core rulebooks for the game you are good to go.

The best part of any supplement like this is that there are new monsters, spells, and concepts that can be spread out through the rest of your campaign to flesh out your world even more.  This 66-page book from Lion Forge is a perfect example of what makes D&D great.  You can create your own worlds and adventures, but when you don’t have the time to make something new for your group there is always something like this that you can lean into and rely on.  So if you are a fan of the old Dungeon magazines, or just have a campaign that needs a little fleshed out:  Rolled and Told is the book for you.

Happy Thanksgiving!

There is a time-honored tradition in the Llanas household, and that is the Thanksgiving viewing of the greatest Thanksgiving movie of all time. That, of course, is the 1987 John Hughes film Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.

I love my family, my kids and my wife, but as I have talked about on the show a lot of time I’m not extra close to my actual family.  Don’t talk with my mom much, my dad lives out of state, so the holidays are less about the family that I was born into than the family I have made and chosen and in a lot of ways that is what this movie is about.  The family that I have are people that I have chosen to surround myself with.

That is what this movie is about.  The people that come into your life are the people that should be in your life.  Every new friend is a chance to have new family.  So take today and be thankful for the people in your life, you never know how long you have with them.  Take today to do something good for someone in need, you never know when you will meet new family members.  When it is all said sit down, have a good laugh, have some feels, and enjoy Planes, Trains, and Automobiles!

 

Love Town #0 In Stores Now!

The very first issue of Matt and John Yuan’s (Serving Supes, Inspector OH) latest series Love Town #0 is now available at a fine comic retailer near you!

Love Town follows Detective Allie Saxon who is not only the first female on the Los Amores police force; she’s also the department’s only vampire. On her first case, Allie learns that on the mean streets of Love Town, money, power, and magic can make anything happen if you’re willing to pay the price. Magic in Love Town isn’t the usual witch or magician casting a spell that we’re all accustomed to. Magic consumes the user in profound ways. Once a fraction of your being is spent, there’s no getting your soul back.

According to ThePullBox.com’s review “It’s got all the makings of a hard-biting murder mystery, with a heroine determined to prove herself – as a cop, a woman, and a vampire – in a world that’s set against her making it”.

Can’t make it to your local comic shop this week? Order Love Town #0 and reserve your copy of Love Town #1 directly from the Devil’s Due/1First Comics web store!

The Return Of Mego

So, for a generation of collectors that didn’t grow up in the 70’s an introduction to the Mego Corporation is in order.  In the 1950’s the Mego Corporation started as a purveyor of dime store toys, the kind of silly novelty that you would now see in a dollar store.  In 1971, son of original owners, Marty Abrams took over the company and took the Mego Corporation in a whole new direction.

So was born the classic Mego Toy.  An eight-inch action figure that could be a standard across all toy lines.  The toy could be changed into any property with a simple head and costume change, and Mego was buying up licenses like crazy.  Most notably were the DC and Marvel properties, but soon after there was everything from sports icons to the Micronauts.

With their popularity cemented with the license of the Planets of the Apes toys, Mego was on the ascent until the fateful moment that they decided to not take on a new sci-fi B movie license for a little movie called Star Wars.  While initially making plenty of money on their Micronauts line, Mego began losing ground to Kenner and their new line of action figures. Mego tried to adapt to the market but by 1982 they were filing for bankruptcy.

Between 1982 and today a lot has happened with the Mego line.  Companies like Figures Toy and Neca have been making their version of Mego toys with an incredibly wide array of characters.  Unlike Mego these toys are designed for collectors that are looking at having toys for specific properties. Neca has a heavy focus on horror and science fiction properties. Figures tends towards directly knocking off the Mego style.

This lack of original Megos in the market along with the rising of nostalgic and collector culture gave new life to the Mego brand.  Original Megos began to pop up on eBay selling for exorbitant prices. Pop culture taste makers like Kevin Smith and Chris Hardwick talked about their love of Mego toys publicly, and soon there was a desire for the Mego brand to return.

With the help of Paul Clarke (Doctor Mego), Marty Abrams has relaunched the Mego brand to a wide audience via a release in Target stores all around the country, and Mego chose the biggest stage in pop culture to roll out their toys: Comic Con International San Diego.

The show attended the panel with Paul Clark, Marty Abrams and football legend Joe Namath at SDCC and it was truly something to behold.  Not only was the entire room packed to the gills with fans of Mego, and “Broadway” Joe, but it was full of positive emotion. Often fans of a license or a product can be very negative around anything that they perceive as a cash grab or pandering, but this roll out is no that.

Abrams talked at length about his love for Mego, and the fan base that it has developed.  He also talked extensively about his desire for the toy to remain a toy. That he isn’t overly interested in the collectors or the secondary market, and therefore they have driven towards mass production and will be available in Target.

The crowd was lapping it up.  Add to the equation the fandom that comes with Joe Namath being on the panel.  Spry and witty, as would be expected from someone of his caliber and familiarity with being in front of people.  He was cracking jokes and having fun but was moved by the adoration that his fans were displaying in the Q&A segment of the panel.  Many people came forward to talk about how not only Joe Namath, but Mego both helped them through hard times in their life. One woman was moved to tears just to have the opportunity to talk to Namath, that woman received the thrill of her life when Joe Namath got up from his place on the panel, walked down to her seat and gave her a hug.

It is a gesture from celebrity to fan that you don’t see as often in sports as I think you do in pop-culture.  It seems to me that the separation between athlete and fan is much starker in that world, and our access to the people that create the comic books, movies, TV and even toys that we love is so much more open.  That is something that we as pop-culture fans often take for granted.

At the end of the panel I got to see something that I literally have never seen happen in a panel room.  As the end was being signaled by the moderator, and Adams, Namath and Clark were getting up, half of the audience was mobbing the front of the room.  Everyone in there was desperate for a chance to talk to one of their heroes. Whether it be the toy creators, or the sports icon people were hungry for a chance to just tell them how much they loved them.

The whole room felt that love.

You can see at their facebook page, Mego Corporationwhat they are up to with the roll out in Target.  At www.target.com you can find a whole line of Mego toys ready to buy and play with!

Be sure to check out our interview with Marty Abrams and Paul Clark here at www.totlb.com or in you local podcast app.

You Listen to What? EMO

You Listen To What?
Gabe listens to some weird ass kinds of music, and he would love you to hear it too. Weekly, Gabe will share a playlist of some genre of music that you may or may not have heard of. Give it a listen and then give us a call. Did you love it or hate it, let us know on the Michael Kuyrk Memorial Hotline at 970-573-6148
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It is a daunting task to enter into the world of musical criticism, or just really discussing music in a public forum at all. There is always going to be someone that disagrees with what you say, not just about whether the music is good or not, but also with the category that you placed it in. The work of categorizing music can be a venom and anger filled place, so going into writing this I’m a little nervous about tackling “genres” of music, but I’m willing to take the plunge because in the long run, I just like what I like.

Emo has come to mean something different these days. When you say the word Emo most people have an image in their head of a group of kids rave dancing in their black with day glow spike arm bands. Hair in front of the face, forlorn and overly sad in their suburban struggle against their parents rules (how dare my mother take away my Xbox One). When I was hearing the term for the first time, it was a very different and much more palatable thing.

The ethos of punk was always centered around a lack of musicality. You didn’t have to be good at playing your instruments, you didn’t have to be a good singer, and if you did delve into being good at something you often were no longer considered punk. That is where Emo stepped in. With all the same rage a pain that was wrapped up in the punk scene but with better singing, better writing, better instrumentation. They were just bands pushing the boundaries of punk until it kind of stopped being punk.

Below is a playlist of some of the music that I always considered Emo (while slipping a little into Shoegazer with Luxury and Starflyer 59), and I think that if you are a fan of indie rock, punk or even the kind of pop that gets branded as Emo like Fall Out Boy, you will find something in here to like.

On the Horizon V1

On The Horizon
Week to week we receive emails from comic book companies of all stripes. Taking those we present you with the things that we think will be the most interesting to you the listeners. If you have any news or announcements that you would like to share with Thinking Outside the Longbox shoot us an email at: outsidethelongbox@gmail.com
Kaleidoscope City by Marcellus Hall – Bittersweet Editions
Got an email this week about a new book coming out from Bittersweet Editions. In releasing what looks to be their fist graphic novel they are really pushing into the world of comic for the sake of artistry. Their press release bills Kaleidoscope City as, “…a spellbinding book, a remarkable graphic novel debut by an accomplished illustrator and acclaimed musician discovering a new creative medium.

With Kaleidoscope City, Marcellus Hall has created a meditation on romance and our collective need for connection. The book provides snapshots from a year in the life of an artist struggling to rebound from a failed romance. As the seasons change, the unnamed man searches the five boroughs for inspiration. Buoyed by his curiosity and a search for meaning, with sketchbook in hand, he finds inspiration in unexpected places, from far-flung neighborhoods to fleeting glimpses of a mysterious woman. With its beautiful line work and sparse, emotive prose, the book is an ode to creativity, a love letter to New York City and a celebration of urban life.
Marcellus Hall is known for his illustrations for The New YorkerThe Wall Street JournalThe Atlantic, and Time and numerous children’s books, and his music. In the 1990’s, Hall formed the band Railroad Jerk, providing vocals and playing guitar for the influential, industrial grunge-folk act whose four LPs on Matador Records helped define an era.”
The Book is already getting good reviews, and I for one am always interested in the cross roads of art, words, and music.
Coyotes Volume 1 – Sean Lewis w., Caitlin Yarsky a. – Image Comics
A cool entry into comics in the last year that I just couldn’t put into my pull because of budgetary constraints will be coming out in trade in April, and I for one am fairly excited. I will be picking this up because as you can read from their press release it is right up my alley:
Writer Sean Lewis (THE FEW, SAINTS) and artist Caitlin Yarsky will collect the first four issues of their dark fantasy series COYOTES this April. 


In a dusty desert town on the southern border of the United States, women are going missing. Detective Frank Coffey is called in to investigate—and finds Red, a 13-year-old girl with a sword and a mission: to murder the werewolves stalking the border and picking women off one by one. 


It’s Kill Bill meets The Howling in the cutthroat world of COYOTES, where nothing is ever as it seems.


COYOTES, VOL. 1 (ISBN: 978-1-5343-0647-9, Diamond code: JAN180663) hits comic book shops Wednesday, April 11th and bookstores Tuesday, April 17th.” This is one that you need to tell Jon about so you can pick your copy up at Hall of Justice Comics and Collectibles.

Euthanauts – Tini Howard w., Nick Robles a. – IDW/Black Crown
I am a sucker for pretty much anything that feels like a doom metal album come to life and the plot summation of Euthanauts is exactly that. In their press release Black Crown says: “…diving into the great beyond with EUTHANAUTS, her (Tini Howard) second Black Crown title. She’ll be joined by artist Nick Robles (Alien Bounty Hunter) to answer the ultimate question: What happens to us after we die?
Two women aim to find out in this series which combines classically intrepid explorers with our anxieties about death and the beyond — with psychonautic mindspaces to match. The first arc will kick off this July.
Euthanauts is a book about death and dying as a universal concept,’ said Howard. How do these ideas contribute to our relationship with a deathspace we haven’t yet discovered, and what’s behind the light at the end of the tunnel?’
I keep telling friends that I feel like I found a creative home with EUTHANAUTS,’ adds Robles. ‘I’m inspired and excited to see where Tini takes us.’”
Through Black Crown IDW can take some chances on things that would have been on a label like Vertigo, or Image, and that is a good place for any comic company to be. Bring on the creativity IDW!

Get down with #TOTLB at #DCC


Well everyone it is that time of year when the crew here at Thinking Outside the Longbox makes the arduous trek from Northern Colorado and the deep south of Parker to Denver Comic Con.  With this being our third year of the Con there are more things that you can do with us to have a blast, and this article is a roundup of all those amazing things!
So if you are at Denver Comic Con come find us at booth 1255 or at one of the many Panels or events we are participating in:
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Wednesday June 28th 11am:  MY MET Radio with Not So Suffering Sapphos
At Studio 313B of My Met Radio we will be teaming up for a very special Pre-Con Episode of Not So Suffering Sapphos with DJ Dénouement.  She is a big fan of the show and invited us on to talk about what we are excited about for con (hopefully one of those dildo booths like at Wizard World).  I’m guessing they don’t want all of us to crowd out the studio but you can listen to us live on their website!  Just give the link a click at 11am on June 28th to get a special “episode” of TOTLB.  They promise spankings and washing our mouths out with soap!
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Thursday June 29th 6:00pm – 2017 Comic Con Kick Off Party (Delectable Egg 1642 Market St)
Serna Illustration and Stickslate are going to have a killer kick off party that we will be podcasting at.  If you have ever come to one of our live podcast recordings you know that you are in for a blast.  Juan and Jon will get louder and louder as they drink more, and Gabe will eventually just act like as ass and want more weed!  Free Drinks, Cash Bar, Art Show, Food and Door Prizes!  Don’t fucking miss it!
2017 Comic Con Kick Off Party
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Friday June 30th, 1:00PM – Diversity in Comics I (Denver ComicCon Room DCCP6 Coast City Room)
Need a break from the show floor already, or you just have an interest in the state of diversity in comics.  The first of two panels on diversity in comics that Gabe will be moderating.  Come listen to a panel consisting of Georges Jeanty, Dan Parent, Dexter Vines,  Alitha Martinez, and Justin Ponsor, Color Artist! This should be a really good discussion so hit it up!
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Friday June 30th, 2:00PM – Spotlight on Ron Marz (Denver ComicCon Room DCCP6 Coast City Room)
Who wants to walk around when you can just sit on your ass in the same spot and watch Gabe moderate a panel dedicated to Ron Marz! They will cover the career of comic book writer, Ron Marz. Spanning from #SilverSurfer to #GreenLantern, and much more! Plus, questions from the audience!  You have something you want to ask Ron Marz, on Twitter he claims to be an expert on Ron Marz and promises to answer your questions about the man.
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Saturday July 1st, 1:00PM – Diversity in Comics II (Denver ComicCon Room DCCP6 Coast City Room)
I don’t think you can spend the night in the Coast City Room..can you?  Well either way come watch Gabe moderate a panel consisting of Plays By Crystal Skillman, Christina Blanch, #MarkMorales, Hope Larson, and Jennie Breeden! The name of this panel is all about DIVERSITY in comics!!  We are going to have a great discussion and we hope to see you at it.
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Sunday July 2nd, 3:30pm – Creator Owned Comics (Denver ComicCon Room 501)
Sorry this time you will have to pack up your tent, move our of the Coast City Room and go to room 501 to watch Gabe moderate a panel consisting of Jim Mahfood, David Mack, Kyle Higgins, Jennifer Swartwood, and Brian Haberlin!! This panel is all about creator owned comic books!!  What is better than that.  Find out what the state of the industry is when it comes to creator owned comics, and maybe even some protips on how to get your comic out!
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It’s gonna busy weekend for us (that starts on Wednesday), but you can follow all of our exploits at:
www.facebook.com/thinkingoutsidethelongbox
Instagram – @outsidelongbox
Twitter – @outsidelongbox
See you all at Denver Comic Con!

3 Amazing Chuck Berry Movie Moments

3 Amazing Chuck Berry Movie Moments
By Gabe LLanas – Follow on Twitter @xraystyle or @outsidelongbox
With the passing of Rock and Roll great Chuck Berry there is tons of talk on the impact that he had on the genre. He was a pioneer to say the very least, and honestly could be credited with with helping found rock and roll music in general. That is just the tip of the iceberg though. His music (not just performed by him, but also the songs that he wrote and inspired) has become such a prevalent part of pop culture that we often don’t even notice his influence. To that end, here is a short list of some of the amazing scenes in movies that wouldn’t be quite as amazing without the late, great Chuck Berry.
3. Men in Black – Promised Land

So Promised Land is thought of as an Elvis song, as he had the greatest success with the song, and it is the version of the song featured in this clip, but this song was written by Chuck Berry and is a great example of his bouncy style of Rock and Roll. Without the jaunty music and the matter of fact delivery of Tommy Lee Jones this bit wouldn’t be half as funny.
2. Pulp Fiction – You Never Can Tell

Is there any more iconic dance scene in movies than this. I think not. While every person alive tried to dance like Uma Thurman and John Travolta after this movie came out it wouldn’t be half as great without that song. Culled from one of those corners of music that Quentin Tarantino is so good at digging into “You Never Can Tell” may not have been one of Chuck Berry’s best known songs to the generation that Pulp Fiction caters to, but now it is an instantly recognizable classic that will always be associated with this scene.
1. Back to the Future – Johnny B. Goode

I mean come on, “This is an oldie where I come from.” This pivotal scene in Back to the Future literally owes everything to Chuck Berry. Johnny B. Goode is a iconic rock and roll song, and Marty McFly rocks the socks off of the Enchantment Under the Sea dance with it. Even teaching a young Chuck Berry a thing or two about rock and roll music! A whole generation of guitar lessons for middle school kids was launched because of this scene and I, for one, can’t think of a better legacy for rock and roll music than that.
Songs like Run, Rudolph, Run, Maybelline, School Days, and No Particular Place to go are all over in the movies. And Berry’s particular brand of straight up rock and roll will be used for generations to come in the movies. Chuck Berry doesn’t have to worry about having an amazing legacy (he already had that with his music, and work ethic alone) but film will continue to cement that legacy for decades to come.
Let us know what some of your favorite Chuck Berry movie moments are on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.

5 Things Gabe is Excited About In The Music Category

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5 Things Gabe Is Excited About In The Music Category
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So while normal people may not have the same interests in music that I do it has still been a really good couple of weeks for music for me. A couple of things, because I don’t consume music quite the same way as a younger, much cooler person who watches videos on youTube or listens to things on the radio; something that came out a month ago may look like a new release to me, because I just had no fucking idea it was out. So as you are reading this and thinking to yourself, “Well yeah that album came out five weeks ago,” just remember I’m old, and haven’t been to a record store (do people even go to those anymore on new album day) in a very long time. Here we go. It should be noted that the music I listen to probably is NSFW and has a lot of “The Swears”.
5. Jidenna – The Chief
So if you watched the epic Netflix miniseries Luke Cage you know who Jidenna is. You saw him in Cottonmouth’s club singing his single Long Live The Chief (Episode 5 “Just To Get A Rep”). If you didn’t like him, it is because your crazy and have really bad taste in hip-hop. Having released a few singles The Chief is Jidenna’s first full lenth album and it has everything that I could have hoped for from him.
Stripped down and electronic beats that have a liltinc style that gives a power to Jidenna’s stacatto and segmented rhyme style. Partially taking his sound from a Ghanan/Nigerian musical genre called Highlife, it is peculiar in this new age of mumble rap and pop singers. Do yourself a favor, if you like that good shit like Tribe Called Quest or The Roots, give The Chief a listen.

4. Less Than Jake – Sound the Alarm
If you listen to the show, which I presume you do because you are reading this, you know that Jon and I are both really big fans of ska. One of the first third wave ska bands that I was introduced to in high school (by a really cute girl I might add) was Less Than Jake. Their album Pez Core is still one of my favorite albums of all time, and honestly is probably one of the few albums that I would actually consider “All Killer, No Filler”.
Their newest EP (at 7 songs in 20 minuets there is no way this could be considered anything else), brings the same energy and focused sound that you find on all of their albums. Great guitar and horn hooks, with the kind of on point lyrical content that seems to speak directly to me is what I look for in a Less Than Jake album, and this EP does the trick. Here’s hoping that it leads to a new full lenth.

3. All Them Witches – Sleeping Through the War
So this is the fourth album from Nashville Stoner/Doom/Psych band is yet another reinvention of their sound. While staying true to their doomy metal roots, it incorporates a lot more of the psychadelic and buzzy surf sound that was on their last album. As long as they keep making these kind of albums I’ll keep listening to them.
The best part is that the whole album is now streaming on Decibel before it comes out anywhere else so you can give this a listen right now…
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2. Sleep – The Clarity
I don’t know if I missed it or something but Spotify posted in my New Release section a new song by grand masters of Stoner Metal Sleep called The Clarity. This the kind of blasting dronny amazingness that I always assume is going to happen when I see Sleep anywhere in my feed.
Looking around I see that the song came out in 2014, but who gives a fuck, it’s new to me so this has been in heavy (and I mean stoned out of my mind heavy fucking rotation).

1. Body Count – No Lives Matter
“They can’t fuck with us / Once we realize we are all on the same side,” ever since their debut album Body Count, I have loved Ice-T’s side project. Full of venom both political and personal, it is a perfect vent for a man who has made a carrer out of venting. This is just the first single from a new Body Count album that is going to come out at the end of March. There is a really good chance that when it comes out that you will hear about how hard it makes my Evil Dick when it comes out!

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