It's Time for Slayer to Die
Saying goodbye to Slayer as the thrash metal icons prepare to embark upon their final world tour is sad, but it’s the right thing to do.
Slayer's Tom Araya and Paul Bostaph Talk Rights, Regrets, and the Constitution
During filming for the first episode of Noisey Shreds, we sat down with the thrash metal legends, and got political
Exploit Company Exodus Sold Firefox Zero-Day Earlier This Year
The Firefox vulnerability was patched on Wednesday, but it turns out Exodus sold related information to both a defensive and offensive client.
How One Novelist Is Fighting Gay Conversion Therapy in Ecuador
In A Safe Place With You,' César L. Baquerizo unpacks the horrors of a practice still prevalent across much of Latin and South America.
Zero-Day Hunters Will Pay Over Twice as Much as Apple’s New Bug Bounty Programme
Exodus Intelligence’s new programme offers a potential payout of half a million dollars for Apple vulnerabilities.
20,000 Libertarians Pledge To Move to the 'Free State' of New Hampshire
More join the bid to turn New Hampshire into the “Switzerland of North America.”
Axe Painted Blood: An Interview with the Artist Who Drew Lucifer in Blood on Gary Holt’s Guitar
Creating iconic metal songs takes blood, sweat, tears... but mostly blood, according to artist Vincent Castiglia and Slayer's Gary Holt.
We Matched Up Basketball Stars With Their 80s Thrash Metal Counterparts
Steph Curry is DEFINITELY Metallica.
Exploring the Roots of the Mid-80s Metal/Punk Crossover With Kerry King, Scott Ian, and Gary Holt
Members of Slayer, Anthrax, and Exodus take us back to the mid-Eighties, when Discharge worship, circle pits, and skinhead brawls defined the metal/punk crossover.
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Scenes from Motörhead’s Motörboat Cruise: Butts, Body Paint, and Bellyflops (NSFW, Obviously)
Photographer Melissa Castro hit the pool deck to document all the wet, wonderful weirdness that goes down when you put a thousand metalheads on a cruise ship.
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I Survived Motörhead's Motörboat Cruise
Metal, karaoke, and belly flops under the blazing Caribbean sun.
Android's Stagefright Patch Not Up to Scratch, Say Researchers
Security researchers claim Google's original patch for the Stagefright bugs affecting Android users still leaves devices vulnerable.