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Posted: March 9, 2012
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FEAR Live at the Death Match
FEAR's been playing since '77, and Lee Ving still hits every note. Check out the video of them playing "Beef Bologna" at this year's Death Match.
Field Trip with Jimmy Carlin
Strangenotes has a sick clip of Jimmy Carlin's trip to the Death Match.
Death Match 2012 Yardsale
The dust is still settling from this year's Death Match. Check out some of the footage that didn't make the other edits.
After his Death Match set, SGP sat down with Trash Talk's Lee Spielman to discuss plans for the future, producing, and the state of the union in South Florida.
Thrasher Death Match 2012 - SXSW
Live music, mini-ramp madness, movie stars, and many a woman made Thrasher's SXSW Death Match the place to be. If you didn't make it out, here's a taste of what you missed. Start planning for next year...
Anti Hero to Death Match
Pack the crew into the van in San Francisco and get to Austin in four days. Got it! Throw in some solid driving, parks, backyards, and a couple pit stops in epic towns, then turn it up a notch at Thrasher's Death Match. Good times, warm beers!
Death Match 2012 Line-Ups
Here's your guide to the day-by-day action with set times for next week's Death Match at SXSW.
Death Match Am Jam
Get ready for the Am Jam on Sunday, March 18th at the Death Match.
Death Match 2012 Bands
This year's Death Match is going to be five days of pure mayhem. We're going back to the Scoot Inn March 14-18th where the ramp and two stages will be waiting. Check out who's playing here.
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