Metalsucks – Review

May 26, 2011

Your metal IQ will go up after a few weeks of regular usage. For every post about reunion tour plans, there will be 10 posts about bands you’ve never heard of.

Lambgoat – Review

May 24, 2011

The attractive, super-minimalist design belies the fact that the site houses all manner of dark entries from the world of metal, hardcore, and extreme sounds.

LaLa – Review

February 1, 2010

Used to be that if you wanted to make a half Basement Jaxx, half Cannibal Corpse playlist, you had to pay to make that freakish vision a reality. No more…

The Museum of Bad Art – Review

May 11, 2007

Once upon a time, the dividing lines between “good” and “bad” were clearer, and reveling in “bad” art was a pretty amusing thing.

Playdeadpics – Review

May 4, 2007

Random picture of people pretending they died in an accident. Like failing down stairs or having an amp fall on them (called “Mesa Boogie’d,” ha ha).

Uncyclopedia – Review

April 27, 2007

“You just won’t believe how vastly hugely mindboggingly big it is. You may think it’s a long way down the road to the chemist, but that’s just peanuts to this.”

Kibo – Review

April 13, 2007

For 15 years, Kibo hosted a Usenet group to expound on physics, mathematics, and British sitcoms. Al Gore had to ask his permission to invent the Internet.

Daily Afflictions – Review

March 30, 2007

Andrew Boyd is an endlessly fascinating fellow. He’s an author, political activist, and culture-jamming cyber monk.

Cute Overload – Review

June 1, 2006

A site in the “Hot or Not” mold, Cute Overload sets you up with two pictures, usually of someone’s dog, kitten, rabbit, or whatever pet didn’t run away.

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