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Ransom Reviews: Transcendence

We live in an age where we’re constantly connected to some form of technology. Heck, the fact that you’ve managed to stumble across this review is proof enough of that claim. But the question of […]


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Ransom Reviews – Captain America: The Winter Soldier

The first Captain America movie was, in my opinion, the worst stand-alone film that Marvel has put out so far.  It really did nothing for me, so it’s safe to say that I walked into […]


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Ransom Reviews – Infamous: Second Son (PS4)

The first two Infamous games provided me with some of my most memorable gaming moments of last gen. There’s something about being able to live out my childhood fantasies of being a super hero that […]


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Ransom Reviews: NEED FOR SPEED

NEED FOR SPEED: MOVIE REVIEW There’s no getting around it, “Need for Speed” is a movie based off of a popular video game franchise, but it doesn’t feel like a video game movie. Instead, it […]


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Metallica’s New Movie ‘Through The Never’: Fun For The Fans

Metallica has been doing the film festival circuit (and even played at San Diego’s ComicCon) promoting their cinematic event. This isn’t supposed to be just a Metallica concert film. There’s a narrative.


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Queens Of The Stone Push Boundaries, Debut ‘…Like Clockwork’ At L.A. Tour Launch

Queens of the Stone Age gave a performance that proved why, after 15+ years, their devotion to no-nonsense rock and roll (albeit with a brain) has kept them relentlessly contemporary and perpetually essential.


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Green Day Surprise Los Angeles Fans With Small Club Gig, Debut New Music

Green Day surprised fans by playing a small club in Los Angeles Monday night, treating nearly 700 die-hards to a whopping 24 songs.


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Jack White Leads A Lollapalooza Hoedown

When Jack White leads the exhausted, muddy masses in an adrenaline-fueled scream-along of the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army,” there’s no doubting his power as rock’s leading man. Getting him to do it, however, takes a while.


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Awolnation Celebrate Drummer’s Birthday At Coachella, Crowd Surfs

On Wikipedia and All Music, AWOLNATION are labeled as an “American indie-pop” band. What ensued at Coachella Valley Arts and Music Festival was totally different than that label. With the screaming, guitar-gnashing, and big bold […]


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Snow Patrol Rock Live On Letterman – Watch On Demand

Monday night felt like a weekend party, as Scottish rockers [mp3com-artist]Snow Patrol[/mp3com-artist] set the Ed Sullivan Theater and internet ablaze with their streaming Live on Letterman concert. The guys casually walked through the crowd, making their […]