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VICE Exclusive: Listen to Death's First New Album in Almost Half a Century

Proto-punk band Death were so ahead of the curve, it's taken us 40 years to recognize their brilliance.<p>The Detroit proto-punk band Death broke up in 1977 without much fame or fanfare. They spent the greater part of three decades in obscurity until the band of brothers—David, Dannis, and Bobby …

New Albums

Here’s How the GOP Wants to Replace Obamacare

First the Su­preme Court has to over­turn Obama­care’s fed­er­al sub­sidies. Then the Re­pub­lic­ans will go to work.<p>No one out­side the Court’s …

Ukraine arrests officials on live TV in bribery case

Ukrainian police have detained the head of the state emergency service and his deputy on suspicion of extorting bribes, during a televised government meeting in the capital Kiev.<p>Police handcuffed emergency services chief Serhiy Bochkovsky and his deputy, Vasiliy Stoyetsky, and marched the pair out …

Corruption

Do You Believe In Ghosts? You Might After Reading This Book

Who doesn't love a good ghost story? The unseen hand moving a cup or the shadow climbing a staircase promises an existence beyond our mundane realities. Hannah Nordhaus' new book, <i>American Ghost,</i> is an offbeat mishmosh of memoir, cultural history, genealogical detective story and paranormal …

Books

Why We Don't Recycle VHS Tapes

It's really hard, and we might lose rare films.<p>Once upon a time, VHS tapes ruled the world. Now we're struggling to figure out what to do with them as the chunky boxes of plastic sit around in basements and closets, gathering dust and degrading, the information stored on their magnetic stripes …

New York City

VICE Exclusive: I'm Aaron Carter, and This Pocket Hercules Album Sucks

VICE staffer River Donaghey is releasing an album next week, so we asked Aaron Carter to give it a listen.<p><i>Intrepid intern turned actual VICE staffer River Donaghey is releasing an album with his band Pocket Hercules next week, so we told him we'd premiere the record if we could get a celebrity to</i> …

Aaron Carter

St Patrick's Day in Dublin Was Hell on Earth

The town filled up with drunk tourist assholes and rivers of piss.<p>We're good at extremes in Ireland, applying the same logic to our real estate market as to how much we drink on St. Patrick's Day. Indulge now, worry about the ruinous consequences later.<p>The theme of this year's St. Patrick's Day …

Ireland

Is the Fashion Police Hiatus the Beginning of the End for the Red-Carpet Industry?

Joan Rivers is gone, and the catty coverage she pioneered may have to go with her.<p>When Joan Rivers died last September, most of her fans knew that red-carpet coverage would never be the same. But even the most die-hard wouldn’t have predicted what’s actually happened, as a series of scandals, …

Red Carpet

US Military Suicides 2013: 479 Serving Personnel Took Their Own Lives In That Year: DoD

Almost 500 serving members of the U.S. military took their own lives in 2013, a significant number of them thought to have been suffering from …

Prominent North Korean Defector Shin Dong-hyuk Changes His Story

SEOUL — A North Korean defector, whose dramatic escape from a brutal prison camp was the subject of a bestselling book, has changed key parts of his story and on Sunday apologized for misleading people. "Escape from Camp 14", written by former Washington Post journalist Blaine Harden, brought Shin …

North Korea