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“Due to unforeseen circumstances, Justin Bieber will cancel the remainder of the Purpose World Tour concerts. Justin loves his fans and hates to disappoint them. He thanks his fans for the incredible experience of the Purpose World Tour over last 18 months. He is grateful and honored to have shared that experience with his cast and crew for over 150 successful shows across six continents during this run. However, after careful consideration, he has decided he will not be performing any further dates. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.”
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Hardcore supergroup Dead Cross take a grisly look at cockfighting in their new video for “Obedience School,” a cut off the band’s self-titled debut LP.
Dead Cross – featuring Faith No More’s Mike Patton, Slayer’s Dave Lombardo and Retox’s Michael Crain and Justin Pearson – teamed with director Dennis Bersales for the brutal black-and-white visual, which plants the viewer center-ring as roosters attempt to tear each other apart at a south-of-the-border arena.
“This band provokes my aggression,” Lombardi previously told Rolling Stone of Dead Cross. “We, Ross included, all have fearless musical mindsets. Our collective résumés definitely reflect that. I believe that when you have musicians in a room that share that particular attribute, it takes you to another level in every way. With this band, I play harder, I play faster, and I play with the fury that this music demands. Each member brings a great deal of intensity and skill to the table. It’s invigorating to work with them.”
Dead Cross will hit the road starting August 10th for a six-week North American tour in support of their debut album.
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T-Mobile, like the rest of the Big Four U.S. carriers, is keen on selling access to MVNOs (Mobile Virtual Network Operators). This is great: it benefits T-Mobile (income without any investment), the MVNO (no need to build its own network), and us (more choices at different prices).
And a lot of MVNOs use T-Mobile’s network, either exclusively or in combination with other carriers. They cover just about every price point, offer options with large buckets of data, and can duplicate most of the experience of having a “proper” T-Mobile account. You can find a full list of them below, but we’re going to focus on a few options users like you have called the best and that we agree belong on this list.
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Raf Simons has unveiled his first ready-to-wear campaign for Calvin Klein. Shot by Willy Vanderperre, the images showcase models wearing the designer’s FW17 collection while posing in front of billboards showing Calvin Klein’s American Classics campaign.
The Americana theme prevalent in Simons’ debut collection for the brand is continued, with the shoot taking place on a dusty highway in the Mojave Desert, California. The 22 models include rising stars Julia Nobis and Kiki Willems, as well as Calvin Klein underwear alumni Ernesto Cervantes. Some of the highlights include that American flag dress and an enviable yellow coat.
Browse through the campaign above and get even more excited for Simons’ upcoming Calvin Klein show.
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There’s a new team being mentioned as a possible landing spot for Carmelo Anthony.
On Monday, The Ringer’s Bill Simmons reported that the Oklahoma City Thunder and Anthony are “circling each other.”
Anthony had previously told the Knicks he’d waive his no-trade clause to join the Houston Rockets or Cleveland Cavaliers, with the Rockets appearing to be his preferred destination.
There is a link between Anthony and the Thunder — Oklahoma City’s assistant general manager, Troy Weaver, recruited him to Syracuse.
In Oklahoma City, Anthony would join reigning NBA MVP Russell Westbrook and newly acquired forward Paul George, a four-time All-Star. Last season, the Thunder went 47-35 before being eliminated by the Rockets in the first round of the playoffs.
Of course, it’s not clear how committed the Knicks are to trading Anthony at this point. Former team president Phil Jackson was determined to deal the 10-time All-Star, but since the promotion of Steve Mills from general manager to president and the hiring of new GM Scott Perry, the Knicks have backed away from trade talks involving Anthony.
“Our view is if there’s an opportunity that works for Carmelo and works for us, then we’ll look at some kind of trade,” Mills said last week. “But we also feel that Carmelo Anthony could easily be a part of our team next year.”
However, Anthony, who was initially resistant to the idea of waiving his no-trade clause, is now reportedly set on leaving New York.
He is owed $26.2 million this season and has a $27.9 million player option for 2018-19. Anthony’s contract also includes an $8.1 million trade kicker, but ESPN reported last week that he is willing to waive that money to help facilitate a trade.
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In addition to making travel safer, autonomous vehicles also promise to make things a whole lot more convenient, and that may extend to the tedious task of finding a parking spot. Working towards such a future, Daimler and Bosch, who joined forces on driverless vehicles in April, have demonstrated an autonomous valet service that can be initiated by smartphone.
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The controversial former Marseille president has demonstrated just how far he was willing to go to sign a coveted player