March 5, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 81  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Glam-metal rockers Thor create thunderous sound

Jon Thor of glam-metal rockers Thor took a few minutes away from his rigorous schedule to chat with The Gazette about comic books, bending steel and getting girls.


Film Festival: a Rainbow of talent


The Chickens: free range, rockin’ birds

Toronto rockers The Chickens are not an inhibited commercialized rock band. These birds are free range and want to take rock back to the golden age —the age when it had substance, wasn’t corrupted by the forces of love and people sang about drinking beers and partying.


Crib Notes


Legend Killers make Blink-182 fans wet pants

The Legend Killers play the type of punchy, gritty rock ’n’ roll that breeds in obscure, dingy little pubs across Canada.


 

 

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