Noisey teamed up with Marshall Headphones and Jesse Hughes of Eagles Of Death Metal notoriety to go on the road to hunt the spirit of Black Sabbath.
We went to Ciudad Juarez to meet the journalists who cover politics and crime for the Diario de Juarez. All of them are women and they have covered more crimes than anyone we can think of. They are also some of the bravest women we've ever met. We followed them around the city as they covered political rallies of the ruling party, PAN, and to crime scenes, to try to understand what happened there over the past few years and why the candidates were not fully addressing the most glaring issue in Mexican politics right now.
On Friday, May 31, Turkish riot police fired tear gas and pepper spray into a peaceful protest held to save Gezi Park, one of the last green areas in central Istanbul. This set off the biggest civil uprising in the history of the Turkish Republic, calling for Prime Minister Erdogans resignation. The unrest has spread like wildfire to more than 60 cities where protests are still ongoing. We landed in Istanbul the day it all kicked off.
Richard Prince takes us on a tour of his country home to show us his latest work focusing on the "continuation" of previously done pictures and paintings.
Osang Gwon is a Korean sculptor/photographer who is sick of arguing with his countrymen about which label best suits his medium. Avoiding traditional materials like wood, clay, and metal, Osang created his own genre -- Deodorant style -- that makes use of photo-covered foam.
Originally released in 2010 on http://VICE.com
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Monster-truck racing is traditionally the domain of men from rural pockets of the United States who have a bunch of free time on their hands and no qualms with spending upwards of $150,000 on wildly impractical vehicles. Despite the fact that there are roughly a gazillion officially sanctioned Monster Jam events around the country in any given year, many people who live in cities know nothing about the sport and the culture surrounding it. We were some of those frail urbanites who didn't know the difference between a carburetor and a crankshaft, so when we heard a Monster Jam was happening about two hours outside New York, we grabbed our buddy Dan, shoved two hits of acid down his throat, and headed up to Hartford, Connecticut, to find out what kind of damage a gigantic truck with 2,000 ponies under the hood can do.
Mexico City's favorite performance and graphic artist brings subtlety and innuendo to Times Square and lucha libre to Paris's Pompidou Center.
Fightland travels to the American Kickboxing Academy in San Jose, California, to meet the two-time Olympian as he prepares for his long-awaited UFC debut this weekend.
An overview of the 8 week period of Spring Break in Panama City Beach, Florida, when hundreds of thousands of students take over the usually sleepy beach town. We talk to the mayor, the chief of police, the owner of the largest club in the United States, and an evangelical street preacher who protests spring breakers with a bullhorn at the beach and says that "Spring Break is just another excuse for people to sin."
On August 6th 2011, people gathered in Tottenham, London, to protest the police shooting of a local man, Mark Duggan. The protest devolved into a city-wide spate of riots, looting and arson. This is the story of the first terrifying hours and how one small protest turned into a national crisis.
We traveled to the largest refugee camp in the West Bank to meet some of the Palestinian youth, and to find out if the Palestinian Authority's commitment to non-violent struggle against the occupying Israelis was a national consensus. While there, we experienced the extremes of violent and non-violent protests, from hunger strikers to jihadists.
In 1936, a family of Russian Old Believers journeyed deep into Siberia's vast taiga to escape persecution and protect their way of life. The Lykovs eventually settled in the Sayan Mountains, 160 miles from any other sign of civilization. In 1944, Agafia Lykov was born into this wilderness. Today, she is the last surviving Lykov, remaining steadfast in her seclusion. In this episode of Far Out, the VICE crew travels to Agafia to learn about her taiga lifestyle and the encroaching influence of the outside world.
VICE explores the shady world of gold mining in Venezuela.
Justin Lowe and Jonah Freeman create immersive environmental installations that play on ideas of drug culture, psychedelia, architecture, and film. Beginning with their first official collaborative piece, Hello Meth Lab in the Sun, the artists have created a web of reoccurring narratives that have sprawled into several connected works, most notably Black Acid Co-Op and Bright White Underground.
Originally released in 2012.
VICE looks at the UK's underground wrestling scene, from the community centres of the UK. A far cry from the now faded memories of terrestrial TV's World Of Sport and even further from the glitz and glamour of the stateside WWE, Brits across the country have been escaping the banality of their everyday lives by moonlighting as pro-wrestlers in the largely unheard scene of today.