7 Questions with Black Mist of The Hell


The Hell as Photographed by Grant Sheridan

The Hell as Photographed by Grant Sheridan

by Ryan Meehan

“The saviours of hardcore…big riffs, memorable hooks and enough shoutalong moments to guarantee pandemonium at any gig” – Metal Hammer

“Venomous hardcore of the highest order” – Rock Sound

“The most exciting band of 2014″ – Front Mag

Black Mist of The Hell is our guest today in 7 questions, and this interview pretty much speaks for itself.   Continue reading

NFL Week Three Preview


by Ryan Meehan

As you can probably tell from last week’s wrap-ups, I haven’t been completely pleased with the way the first couple weeks of the NFL season went.  There’s been some garbage officiating that I thought we has systems in place to correct, and obviously off the field things are turning into a continuous trainwreck.  But enough with all of the gloom and doom (at least in the intro) I am looking forward to going on vacation, and beginning that vacation with a day of awesome football games to watch.  As Anthony Jeselnik would say “I like that enthusiasm, let’s see how far it carries…”.  Hopefully in this case it will be all the way through Monday night, so let’s think positive and see what might take place in week three of the 2014 NFL season. Continue reading

7 Questions with Kermet Apio


by Ryan Meehan

Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Kermet Apio enjoyed a childhood in paradise. He spent his time watching television, playing, and procrastinating with regards to everything else. To this day, he still does all three extensively. After graduating from high school, Kermet moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington. Seattle became home. In early 1989, Kermet did his first open mic night at the Comedy Underground in Seattle. Comedy was a fun hobby. In May of 1990, he quit his job, said good bye to health care and benefits, and took the leap to performing full time. It is still his only job skill. He was the winner of the 2009 Great American Comedy Festival and has had numerous appearances on television and radio. He has showcased at comedy festivals in Aspen, Las Vegas, and Vancouver and has performed in 47 states and 3 Canadian provinces. He is a past winner of the Seattle Comedy Competition and was a semi-finalist in the San Francisco Comedy Competition. Also, in 1988 he was Dishwasher of the Month at the Sea-Tac Airport Denny’s. Kermet is married and the proud father of two wonderful children. He enjoys his family, baseball, and pie. He does not enjoy opera, sitting in traffic, and writing about himself in the third person. Kermet Apio is our guest today in 7 questions. Continue reading

NFL Week Two Wrap-Up

by Ryan Meehan
Now that we’ve been annihilated by the Ray Rice story to the point where our intelligence has been fully insulted, we can finally talk football.  At least that was the plan before news leaked on Friday afternoon of Adrian Peterson beating his son in the genitals with a belt, further proof that just when you think you’ve heard it all NFL players always continue to invent new ways to get into worlds of trouble off the field.  I’m tired of my league turning into TMZ, and I hope the league never goes back to Los Angeles.  But let’s forget about all that for a second and talk football.

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7 Questions with Jack Robichaud


by Ryan Meehan

Jack Robichaud is a comedic actor and writer who has appeared in the films “Dirty Dishes”, “Roshambo”, and “Sick Day”.  Robichaud was one of the “Fresh Faces” at this year’s Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal.  He currently lives in Los Angeles and he’s our guest today in 7 questions. Continue reading