I think that if we’re serious about dealing with white supremacists, Nazis, fascists and their ilk in this country, we have to go low. Very low. We have to go much lower than the opposition.
The group’s biggest hit, of course, is 1984’s “Rock You Like a Hurricane,” and full disclosure, as dumb 80s pop metal songs go, there’s way worse out there.
The Z Review caught up with him to subject him to the “Five Questions” treatment, of which he acquitted himself admirably.
I bring this whole thing up because I saw some stories about the White Supremacist march in Charlottesville today.
As the father of a 10-year-old boy, I feel it is incumbent upon me to help him make good choices.
Fans of heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio will be able to catch him on tour — seven years after he died from stomach cancer.
The movie is full of disturbing images that get stuck in your head and just hang around in there for weeks.
If you’ve never heard the music of Paula Frazer, you’re seriously missing out.
According to the Goodreads page, this book was published in 2006, and it pains me to know that for the past eleven years I could have brought it with me on the subway, on transcontinental flights and to the Starbucks location of my choice.
The Rolling Stones have dozens of songs as good as, if not better than, their big hits, and the time is ripe for The Z Review to run down their lesser-known gems that are no less deserving of your time and attention.