new american record

Here are the lyrics of our new single Soul Sucker!

You’re under my skin so bad
You want to relive what we had
I got nothing for you
I ain’t got nothing for you

Remember the taste of your lips
Your mouth full of poison
The deadliest kiss
I got nothing for you
I ain’t got nothing for you
I’m finished playing
Don’t keep on saying

Give me your love, say
Give me your love
Give me your love, say
Give me your love now
Soul sucker

Back then I would give all I have
Back then it was easy
It didn’t last
I got nothing for you
Now I got nothing for you
I’m finished playing
Don’t keep on saying

If I should tell you so
You need to let me go
It’s time to draw the line between the do’s and the don'ts
So darling, realize

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Mattie @mattiecakesssss Rogers (-69kg, USA) snatching 102kg/225lb to set a new Junior and Senior American record. She set 8 new American records while going 6/6. She set a 16kg total PR at Nationals (98/120/218) earlier this summer and now she improved by another 8kg all the way up to 226kg (102/124/226). Come see her live in Houston at the 2015 World Championships!

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The Permanent Rain Press Interview with The Maine. (Watch in HD)

We chat with Pat Kirch of The Maine about their new record, American Candy, returning to Brazil, and thoughts on the paid fan ‘experience.’ Check it out!

Houston, We Have a Launch!

Today, three new crew members will launch to the International Space Station. NASA astronaut Jeff Williams, along with Russian cosmonauts Alexey Ovchinin and Oleg Skripochka, are scheduled to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 5:26 p.m. EDT. The three Expedition 47 crew members will travel in a Soyuz spacecraft, rendezvousing with the space station six hours after launch.

Traveling to the International Space Station is an exciting moment for any astronaut. But what if you we’re launching to orbit AND knew that you were going to break some awesome records while you were up there? This is exactly what’s happening for astronaut Jeff Williams.

This is a significant mission for Williams, as he will become the new American record holder for cumulative days in space (with 534) during his six months on orbit. The current record holder is astronaut Scott Kelly, who just wrapped up his one-year mission on March 1.

On June 4, Williams will take command of the station for Expedition 48. This will mark his third space station expedition…which is yet another record!

Want to Watch the Launch?

You can! Live coverage will begin at 4:30 p.m. EDT on NASA Television, with launch at 5:26 p.m.

Tune in again at 10:30 p.m. to watch as the Soyuz spacecraft docks to the space station’s Poisk module at 11:12 p.m.

Hatch opening coverage will begin at 12:30 a.m., with the crew being greeted around 12:55 a.m.

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Follow Williams on Social!

Astronaut Jeff Williams will be documenting his time on orbit, and you can follow along on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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19 year-old @mattiecakesssss (-69kg, USA) clean and jerking 120kg/264lb at the 2015 USAW Nationals to set a new Junior American Record in the total (she totaled 218kg along with her 98kg/216lb snatch). We added a vertical line on the clean portion to make it a bit easier to see her bar path – now that we have a lot of side videos, we’ll start doing more bar path analysis, particularly on our YouTube channel where we can do longer videos. Go subscribe on YouTube if you haven’t already!

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