All New Kevin Gill Show with Amigo The Devil!

It’s been several months since the last episode of the Kevin Gill Show aired. After a bit of a hiatus, and several computer issues, ya boy KG is back at it hosting in-person interviews with musicians, wrestlers, actors, and everything else spanning the gamut.

Episode 155 features special guest Amigo The Devil, who has a new album out called Everything Is Fine.  Check the brief description below.


With his groundbreaking new album Everything Is Fine blowing minds worldwide, Amigo The Devil sits down to discuss the recording process, working with Ross Robinson, Pro Wrestling Guerilla, collaborating with Brad Wilk from Rage Against The Machine / Prophets of Rage, Chris Hero, Valentine Studios, Dark Story Telling, AFTERSHOCK music festival, Corey Graves, PMA, his influences, Baron Corbin, Ricochet, finding music growing up, brewing, and much more… Support the KG show on Patreon or PLEASE rate and review us on ITUNES and tell a friend about the show! #PMA

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This and all past episodes are available via iTunes and Stitcher as well.  Make sure to support KG and his efforts via Patreon.  Here are a few more links for that ass:

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Juggalo Speaks on Gangs, Life in Prison, and Being Free after Killing 5

I know that after reading the headline, most of you will probably say “That’s no Juggalo in my book.”  I agree that a giant Hatchetman on a someone’s face who has been convicted of killing 5 people isn’t a good look for Juggalos in general.  I’m not giving him a pass for what happened, but the situation is extremely fucked up.

At 12 years old, he found out that a family member was allegedly putting PCP in his niece’s milk, which obviously made her sick.  He went with a gun to his house to kill him, and didn’t expect for there to be 4 other people there.  In the end, 5 people were left dead, and this man known only as “Joker” was sentenced to 2 life sentences and 125 years.

Joker has been out since 2014, and spoke on just barely being a teenager in one of the hardest prisons in the nation, having to learn how to fight and defend himself, and how he got out after serving 32 years (the equivalent of a life sentence).

Toward the end of the video, he speaks about the Hatchetman on his face, whether it signifies gang affiliation, whether other gangs had beef with him due to the tattoo, what being a Juggalo means to him, and why he thinks Syko Sam is the reason Juggalos were put on the FBI’s gang list.  It’s a scary, yet fascinating story, and you can see it below.

The portion where he starts speaking about Juggalos starts at nearly the 20 minute mark.

We’d love to know your thoughts on the video, his actions, his take on Juggalos, and whatever else you get out of this video.  Discuss below!

Much props to Keith for bringing this to our attention!

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Insane Clown Posse Debuting New Single “W.T.F.!” On November 23rd

In a sudden announcement, Insane Clown Posse will be debuting a brand new song soon. It’s titled “W.T.F.!” and will be released worldwide on November 23rd. Even though it’s speculation, due to the graphic style and proximity of time, it may be included on the upcoming Fearless Fred Fury album.

No other details are given at this time. The only information is simply from ICP updating their Facebook cover photo, which can be seen below.

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Strange Music’s 2018 StrangeGiving Sale Starts Tomorrow! 50% Off Most Items!

It’s that time of year again!  Thanksgiving and Black Friday are right around the corner, and that means you’re about to get a bunch of great deals on items from your favorite Strange Music artists!  Have you had your eye on a Tech N9ne jersey?  Krizz Kaliko t-shirt?  Ces Cru album? Well, all of those and hundreds more items will be available starting TOMORROW (Thursday, November 15th) for 50% Off!

It’s time to start thinking about your favorite Technician’s holiday gifts.  There’s no better time to get your shopping done for them than now!  The sale will last through December 2nd and reach you in time for your seasonal festivities.  Just click the banner below to browse through all of the items!

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Federal Government Seeks Cultivators to Grow Thousands of Kilos of Cannabis

Those looking to play a role in the development of medical uses of cannabis in the United States, listen up; Uncle Sam needs you. As reported by Marijuana Moment, a listing posted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse via the Federal Business Opportunities website last week asked for “capability statements” from businesses with the capacity to produce a variety of marijuana strains and products. Prospective firms must also be equipped with storage space for up to 5000 kilograms of cannabis stock.

The posting seems to be excellent news for those who have been waiting for the US to step up the cannabis stock available for critical drug trials. Such projects can only proceed with federally authorized marijuana and only one farm has been approved by the feds to provide such a supply. A University of Mississippi site currently holds the only authorization—as it has since it was approved way back in 1968.

What could have caused this long-awaited entrée to the expansion of cannabis science? Many will point to the recent resignation by request of Trump of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Sessions’ well-known reputation as a salty adversary of legal cannabis may have played a major role in slowing the federal government’s support of marijuana clinical trials. His departure has certainly invigorated the cannabis industry—publicly traded stocks like those of Canada’s Tilray, Canopy Growth, and Aurora Cannabis spiked in the hours following the announcement.

Here’s some more specs, for those interested in playing what could be a monumental role in US cannabis history by becoming the feds’ supplier. Prospective companies must be equipped to grow or be able to procure marijuana from qualified foreign sources. They’ll need to be able to process marijuana extracts with a range of THC and CBD ratios. The ability to manufacture standardized marijuana cigarettes is a must. They’ll need to be able to store the product and place FDA quality requirements. Also obligatory is the capacity to operate a secure shipping facility, to be able to send that cannabis out to scientists across the nation. The right candidate will also need to be able to secure all the licenses you need to work with controlled substances, and fulfill a vast array of other requirements. (Check the listing itself for more on these specifications.)

Marijuana advocates cheered earlier this year when it was announced two teams — one at NYU Langone Health and the Montefiore Medical Center and another at UC San Diego — will be launching clinical trials to examine the effect of marijuana on children with autism. Earlier this year, Science magazine published an article encouraging research professionals to consider cannabis research as a career.

Now it seems that large-scale cannabis producers may be able to play a role in making this green future a reality. We’ll ask of you just one favor; if your firm is the qualified candidate the feds are looking for, can you make sure that the pot you produce for scientists is the good stuff? The US government has a dire reputation when it comes to the quality of its cannabis. Say no to stems!

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