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Sleep On It release relatable new track, “Window,” off ‘Overexposed’—listen

[Photo by: Brinson Banks]

Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Every Time I Die reportedly split with drummer Daniel Davison

[Photo by: Brinson Banks]

Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Protomartyr spins tales of lost souls and tortured romantics in ‘Relatives In Descent’

[Photo by: Brinson Banks]

Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

These futuristic soundwave tattoos let you hear your awesome ink

Watch a new music video from Kublai Khan—plus, don’t miss tour announcements from McCafferty and Miss May I. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Every Time I Die reportedly split with drummer Daniel Davison

1. Sleep On It are asking Chicago fans and bands to come out to plaayyyy

Calling All Chicago area bands: we want you in our new music video. 10/15 more info below. pic.twitter.com/jCsOHL0kGI
— Sleep On It (@SleepOnItBand) September 27, 2017

That's right, if you're a fan of Chicago bands or are actually in a Chicago band, Sleep On It are asking you to come out and help them film their new video inspired by the 1979 classic, The Warriors. The shoot is on October 15 at 1 p.m. Don't be late!

No Warped Tour UK this year

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The gothic literary tradition began hundreds of years ago with Horace Walpole’s The Castle Of Otranto in the 18th century. From then on, our fascination with the mysterious and the horrific has taken us from the page to the screen. It’s only natural, then, that the next medium for horror has become the art of tattooing. These fans have shown their obsession with and appreciation for their favorite masters of horror by getting these insanely detailed full sleeves.

Read more: Ink Master: Angels stars talk women in the tattoo industry

Sleep On It are making a ‘Warriors’ inspired video and other news you might have missed today

Watch a new music video from Kublai Khan—plus, don’t miss tour announcements from McCafferty and Miss May I. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Every Time I Die reportedly split with drummer Daniel Davison

1. Sleep On It are asking Chicago fans and bands to come out to plaayyyy

Calling All Chicago area bands: we want you in our new music video. 10/15 more info below. pic.twitter.com/jCsOHL0kGI
— Sleep On It (@SleepOnItBand) September 27, 2017

That's right, if you're a fan of Chicago bands or are actually in a Chicago band, Sleep On It are asking you to come out and help them film their new video inspired by the 1979 classic, The Warriors. The shoot is on October 15 at 1 p.m. Don't be late!

‘Ink Master: Angels’ stars talk women in the tattoo industry

[Photo by: Brinson Banks]

Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Can’t Swim share previously unreleased ‘Fail You Again’ song—listen

Watch a new music video from Kublai Khan—plus, don’t miss tour announcements from McCafferty and Miss May I. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Every Time I Die reportedly split with drummer Daniel Davison

1. Sleep On It are asking Chicago fans and bands to come out to plaayyyy

Calling All Chicago area bands: we want you in our new music video. 10/15 more info below. pic.twitter.com/jCsOHL0kGI
— Sleep On It (@SleepOnItBand) September 27, 2017

That's right, if you're a fan of Chicago bands or are actually in a Chicago band, Sleep On It are asking you to come out and help them film their new video inspired by the 1979 classic, The Warriors. The shoot is on October 15 at 1 p.m. Don't be late!

Chili’s ranked Brand New’s albums, and people aren’t diggin’ it

Watch a new music video from Kublai Khan—plus, don’t miss tour announcements from McCafferty and Miss May I. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Every Time I Die reportedly split with drummer Daniel Davison

1. Sleep On It are asking Chicago fans and bands to come out to plaayyyy

Calling All Chicago area bands: we want you in our new music video. 10/15 more info below. pic.twitter.com/jCsOHL0kGI
— Sleep On It (@SleepOnItBand) September 27, 2017

That's right, if you're a fan of Chicago bands or are actually in a Chicago band, Sleep On It are asking you to come out and help them film their new video inspired by the 1979 classic, The Warriors. The shoot is on October 15 at 1 p.m. Don't be late!

Hugh Hefner dies at 91, musicians respond

[Photo by: Brinson Banks]

Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Air Force Gives 10-Year-Old Orbiting Satellite To Ham Radio Operators

Longtime Slashdot reader Bruce Perens writes: The U.S. Air Force has transferred control of a 10-year-old orbiting satellite to AMSAT, a ham radio organization, which has enabled it for any licensed ham to use on the air, as the satellite's Air Force missions have ended. Falconsat 3's first mission was science: measuring gravity gradient, spectrometry of the plasmasphere, electronic noise in the plasmasphere, and testing three-axis attitude control using microthrusters. Secondarily it was used to train Air Force Institute of Technology students in space operations, with close to 700 cadets obtaining ham licenses in order to operate a number of Air Force satellites using ham frequencies.

Now in its third mission, control of the satellite has been transferred to AMSAT, the Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation, and all government frequencies have been disabled with only ham ones remaining.

Oklahoma St. fires scandal-tied assistant Evans

Oklahoma St. fires scandal-tied assistant Evans

'The Luther Campbell of Iowa Wesleyan' -- Two days with Mike Leach

'The Luther Campbell of Iowa Wesleyan' -- Two days with Mike Leach

Politics aside, Presidents Cup gets off to flying start

Politics aside, Presidents Cup gets off to flying start

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