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Michigan-based psychologist Susan Nolen-Hoeksema recently published a book   contending that the human race’s capacity to agonize over even the most trivial of events has now given way to an epidemic of morbid meditation that could prove to be the single greatest stumbling block in the human condition in general, but a possibly insurmountable obstacle for women to overcome. According to Nolen-Hoeksema, women appear to...

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Thursday, 11 December 2008
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I hate repetitive bullshit. As I searched for the best of the best video’s of the world I realized I was being repetitive. Do I really want to do a review of Britney Spear’s new video "Womanizer?" Hell No. What the fuck is wrong with me? I’ve been in L.A. for too long. Not only am I going to bring a new change to the Quad-V, but I’m going to bring you my roots. Like every other person from Los...

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Sunday, 07 December 2008
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In today world of metal, metalcore bands have become a dime-a-dozen. The genre has gotten to the point where most new bands use the same generic formula again and again, and in the end, they all end up sounding the same, and for the most part, unmemorable. The same cannot be the said for Southern California's Winds of Plague. Forming in 2002, Winds of Plague released their first record, A Cold Day In Hell, in 2005. After spending months on...

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Thursday, 04 December 2008
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Have you ever wondered about that co-worker in your office that you know well enough to exchange pleasantries with but little else? One has to wonder what they do when they punch out at the end of the day – sometimes if you happen to bump into them outside of work, your perceptions get irreparably altered because they’re a completely different person. Outside of that professional context – when the office attire comes off, when she takes off her Chanel...

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Wednesday, 03 December 2008
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Saying that horrorbilly headcases The Matadors have had a rough run over the last couple of years isn’t saying the half of it. After label signings and subsequent departures, personnel instability, the band’s ongoing range war with an entire city (Hamilton, Ontario) and a caustic rumor mill that has often greatly overstated the details of the band’s untimely demise, it would be perfectly reasonable for anyone – any band – to throw in the towel and call it a day...

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Tuesday, 02 December 2008