Over the years, we noticed the strong influence of heavy metal in the region and will focus on what the majority wants to come and see perform live. Another design will be downloadable as a desktop wallpaper only. Christian began his career working on several movies in Europe as well as a number of award-winning commercials and graphic novels, for which he received the prestigious Philip Morris award. Shortly after, Christian was hit by lightning and after a successful recovery, he realized that life is too short and that he needed to quickly pursue his dream of going to work for movies in Hollywood. Armed with his portfolio of sketches, he knocked on the door of Digital Domain where he was employed as a concept artist in the New Media Department.
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Despite making music for more than a decade, the Portland, Oregon-based band has been unable to get its name registered as a federal trademark. In Washington, where a president-elect who criticizes his opponents on Twitter is redefining the outer boundaries of appropriate speech, such power to police language seems almost quaint. Tam certainly thinks so. Watching in the wings is Washington's NFL football team, both celebrated and reviled as the Redskins. For the time being, the Redskins' case is pending at a federal appeals court.
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Eurovision is back for another year, and this year we rooting for Hatari to replicate Lordi's triumphant success of bringing metal to the masses. But they aren't the only metal as fuck act the continent has had to offer. So let's take a look back at the most metal performances the avid Eurovision fans have ever witnessed. This year's act, Hatari are similarly using their fame as a platform for politics and world issues — perhaps this is a reoccuring theme with the alternative Eurovision performances? It's definitely a far cry from the days of Lordi and their Hard Rock Hallelujah!
For Simon Tam, oral arguments in the U. Supreme Court case about whether he could trademark the name of the band he founded, "The Slants," was the culmination of more than five years of hard work, broken relationships and stress. Instead, he set out on two parallel tours: one playing shows with the band and another speaking at law schools and legal events. Then, he got married.