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  • Avril Lavigne has been taking a ton of heat from her Japanese-themed "Hello Kitty" video, which was leaked on Wednesday. Some have called it racist, while others have said it's just plain terrible.

    Lavigne has apparently seen the criticism -- or at least heard of the complaints -- and has fired back about the alleged racism in the clip, which features the "Skater Boi" singer playfully dancing with four identically dressed Harajuku Girls, chowing down on sushi, and drinking sake. …specifically for my Japanese fans, WITH my Japanese label, Japanese choreographers AND a Japanese director IN Japan. — Avril Lavigne(@AvrilLavigne) April 24, 2014

    We reached out to a few people affiliated with the Japanese Culture

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  • For metal fans that feel unfairly represented by the Grammys and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Revolver Golden Gods is the only annual awards show that celebrates the music that provides the type of release and catharsis that keeps them devoted to the music genre, often for decades. And the Golden Gods do it like no one else can, assembling a lineup of top-notch performers, all-star collaborations and surprise performances to accompany the presentation of more than a dozen metal awards.

    The biggest question before the start of this year's Golden Gods was this: Would Guns N' Roses actually show up for their performance slot to accompany vocalist Axl Rose’s Lifetime Achievement Award? Turns out the answer was yes, but fans were left hanging for a bit to wonder.

    After being presented with his award, Rose left the stage and then an awkward 10 minutes passed, during which guitarist Bumblefoot played the theme from "Jeopardy," snippets from Sammy Hagar’s "Three Lock Box," and a bunch

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