Tag Archives: limp bizkit

Third Annual “Inkcarceration Music and Tattoo Festival” Announces Daily Lineups

inkcarceration festival 2020 logo

A few short days ago the news about the daily lineup roster for this summers Inkcarceration Music and Tattoo Festival was revealed and our heavy itinerary of other news finds me sharing this with you bright and early this morning. Please peruse.

inkcarceration music festival 2020 poster

The Press Release:
The third annual INKCARCERATION Music and Tattoo Festival has revealed the daily lineups for its three-day event, scheduled for July 10, 11 and 12 at the famous Ohio State Reformatory, a.k.a. Shawshank prison, in Mansfield, OH. As previously announced, Limp Bizkit, Weezer and Blink-182 will headline a diverse lineup featuring over 40 bands on two outdoor stages. In addition to music, INKCARCERATION Festival will host 60 tattoo artists, reformatory tours, gourmet food trucks, the best drinks, camping and the return of the popular haunted house attraction Escape from Blood Prison.
Continue reading Third Annual “Inkcarceration Music and Tattoo Festival” Announces Daily Lineups

KROQ Presents Travis Barker’s “MUSINK” 2019

12th annual musink logo

KROQ Presents Travis Barker’s MUSINK: Returns To OC Fair & Event Center In Southern California For 12th Annual 3-Day Music Festival, Tattoo Convention & Car Show – Friday, March 8, Saturday, March 9 & Sunday, March 10, 2019

With Music Performances From Suicidal Tendencies, Limp Bizkit, Travis Barker (Drum & DJ Set), Fear, Hatebreed, Dead Kennedys & More. All Tickets On Sale Friday, December 14 At 10:00 AM PT; Special $79 Weekend Tickets Available Now Through December 31

12th annual musink

Travis Barker’s MUSINK, presented by KROQ, returns to the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, CA Friday, March 8, Saturday March 9 and Sunday, March 10 for its 12th year as the premier festival bringing together the best of music, tattoos, and cars.
Continue reading KROQ Presents Travis Barker’s “MUSINK” 2019

PiercingMetal’s “Best Of” 2009: The Books and Videos

I know what you are thinking, gee Ken you guys sure did like a lot of stuff over the course of 2009 and you are not kidding. This will be my last installment from the “Best Of” rundowns and we will not only cover the videos and books that we enjoyed the most but also will line out a bunch of the things that disappointed us here at the Metal Media Command HQ. DVD releases continued to impress and amaze as not only were new and exciting videos being released but also a number of cool historical archives had finally come to see the light of day. We reviewed quite a bit of them this year and still have a number of them to go but the list below focuses on some of our favorites which we made sure to line out first to be a part of this list. Let’s take a look.

The Best DVD’s of 2009:

Iron Maiden “Flight 666” (Universal Music): Maiden’s documentary about their “Somewhere Back In Time” World Tour that discussed how the band flew their own airplane to dozens of countries to deliver the Metal to the faithful believers has to be seen to be believed. Filmed by the famous Sam Dunn of “Headbanger’s Journey” fame.

Anvil: “The Story Of Anvil” (VH1 Classic Records): Anvil finally gets their due and some proper attention based on this fine documentary film by Sasha Gervasi.

Journey “Live In Manila” (Wal-Mart): If you didn’t get enough of Arnel Pineda when Journey delivered us “Generations” then wait till you get a load of him doing his thing in his home country, the Philippines. This show rocks and the crowd was going crazy for their countryman as he led this legendary band into the future.

Rick Wakeman “The Six Wives Of Henry XIII” (Eagle Vision): Former Yes keyboard wizard gets to fulfill a dream performance and we are members of the audience thanks to this special DVD release. A companion CD was also offered and this is a must for the legends fans.

ZZ Top “Double Down Live” (Eagle Vision): This DVD presented not one, but two performances from ZZ Top and while one comes from recently, it is the vintage show from 1980 that is the one to appreciate most. There isn’t a lot of footage of the band that’s been made public, so this was something that many classic rock and blues rock fans can appreciate quite a bit.
Continue reading PiercingMetal’s “Best Of” 2009: The Books and Videos