A Brief History of Metal Bands Crashing TV Shows
From Anthrax to Mastodon to, uh, Anthrax again, here are the best metal appearances on television.
Chappelle's Show's Musical Acts Were a Hell of a Drug
Sketches featuring Dave Chappelle as Prince, Rick James, and Lil Jon—plus televised performances by Kanye West, Erykah Badu, Big Boi, and more—are still influencing pop culture today. In other words, "Game, Blouses."
Li'l Elvis and the Truckstoppers Were an Outback Neutral Milk Hotel
We tracked down Li'l Elvis to find out what made the 90s Australian animated television series so special.
Remembering 'Popstars': Sophie Monk’s Television Break Out
Before breaking hearts, Monk and her band Bardot broke records on this early reality TV show.
How the Closing Scene of 'Six Feet Under' Helped Shape Sia’s Career
Sia Feet Under.
'Doug' Gave Us The Beets, the Best Cartoon Rock Band of All Time
Show creator Jim Jinkins talks about music on 'Doug,' and, of course, KILLER TOFUUUUUU.
Beavis and Butt-Head Spoke for a Generation of Metalheads
The cartoon miscreants impossibly became the two most influential voices in metal in the 90s.
'Law and Order''s 'Dun Dun' Created A Legacy Like No Other
The theme seems to have a strange, almost eerie, affect on babies and small dogs.
With 'Homerpalooza,' 'The Simpsons' Made Being Too Old to Rock Cool
A history of one of the most star-studded episodes of 'The Simpsons.'
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‘Jersey Shore’ Helped Spread Fist-Pumping EDM Culture Across America
The MTV reality show brought club bros from Seaside Heights to Main Street.