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Panic! At The Disco Donating $20 For Every Westboro Baptist Church Member Who Pickets Their Show

We recently posted a stream of the horrifying, bigoted version of Panic! At The Disco’s song “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” that was penned by Westboro Baptist Church members. After that caught the attention of thousands of people, they announced that they are picketing P!ATD’s performance in Kansas City. In response, the band has promised that they’ll donate $20 to the Human Rights Campaign for every WBC member to show up.

It looks like the band’s official Twitter has had some back and forth with the “church,” and in a recent tweet the band confirmed they will be bumping up …

Members of the Westboro Baptist Church from Topeka Kansas demonstrate against homosexuality

Westboro Baptist Church Releases Parody Of Panic! At The Disco’s “I Write Sins…”

Someone in the Westboro Baptist Church has a love for Panic! At The Disco that cannot be stopped.

Westboro Baptist Church, otherwise known as that religious group that believes ‘God hates fags’ and loves to picket events where there is no good reason for protest, have released a parody of Panic! At The Disco’s “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” that aims to push the group’s anti-gay agenda. The song, which has been fittingly re-titled “You Love Sins What A Tragedy,” features horrible vocals and laughable lyrics that are dripping with homophobic nonsense. Here’s a small sample to give you an …


Westboro Baptist Church To Picket Attila

Just a few days ago, Attila released their fifth full-length, About That Life. While it contains the usual suspects lyrically in the form of sex, drugs, and partying, the album also has a standout track named “Callout” which has been making quite a few waves. As the title implies, the song calls out individuals ranging from Jonny Craig to Ronnie Radke for their various shortcomings, but one verbal attack in particular has drawn the attention of none other than America’s favorite bigots themselves.

After hearing the song’s outro which eloquently states, “Hey Westboro Baptist, fuck you too! Come and …


Westboro Baptist Church Member Comments On The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Album, Band Responds

Everyone needs a little controversy in their lives, right? Westboro Baptist Church member Steve Drain has sparked an internet firestorm after commenting on The Dillinger Escape Plan’s new album, One of Us Is the Killer.

Drain, who is a longtime member of the church (even appearing in the documentary, The Most Hated Family In America), recently commented online that he thinks the members of Dillinger Escape Plan “need a hug” after hearing material from their recently released album. His full comment reads:

“Dude needs a hug. God has put his standard in the Earth, and all of the

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Westboro Baptist Jerks to picket the funeral of Steve Jobs

Guess who is back in the Under the Gun newsfeed? That’s right, The Westboro Baptist Church. These insane “Christians” have announced that they will picket the funeral of the late and great Steve Jobs who recently passed away as a result of pancreatic cancer. The ironic thing of this announcement is the platform (and more specifically, client) in which Margie Phelps (the WBC ringleader’s daughter) used to deliver the news.

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Foo Fighters Serenade The Westboro Baptist Church

A video is making its’ way around the internet today showing a disguised Foo Fighters serenading the members of the Westboro Baptist Church.

According to the description attached to the following video, the members of Foo Fighters decided to have a little fun with members of the WBC after hearing of their plans to protest the rock group’s August 30 show in Kansas City.

I don’t want to give too much away, but if you’re a fan of Dave Grohl’s shenanigans, this is probably the best possible way to start your day. Click through and enjoy.

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Foo Fighters serenade Westboro Baptist Church protesters

In a hilarious counter-protest, Foo Fighters decided to serenade Westboro Baptist Church protesters outside their concert in Kansas City, Missouri. They took a piece from their “Hot Buns” tour promo and dressed up like hillbillies for the onlooking crowd.

This honestly just made my day. Watch the video after the jump, in high definition, and witness the Foo completely poking fun at all of the church’s followers.

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Westboro Baptist Church picketing Foo Fighters show

It is very sad but UTG is now used to these very cruel and hateful picketing exhibitions by the Westboro Baptist Church. The group, headed up by leader Fred Phelps, is demanding that people picket with them at the September 16 touring date of the Foo Fighters concert, in Kansas City, Missouri. Read this outrageous statement by clicking past the jump.

Westboro Baptist Church to protest Ryan Dunn’s funeral

This should have come as no surprise, but it still made stomachs turn.

The Westboro Baptist Church, famous for protesting funerals and informing us that “God Hates Fags,” have announced they will protest the memorial services for fallen Jackass star Ryan Dunn.

Dunn, who also appeared on the hit MTV show Viva La Bam, died in a car accident in Pennsylvania earlier this week. He was 34.

You can view the press release from the church below (or here):

Personally, we at UTG are disgusted by this “church” and their followers. We understand they do it all for …

Westboro Baptist Church protest at Less Than Jake Show

The Westboro Baptist Church, (Easily labeled the world’s most hated church, you know, those ‘God hates fags’ lunatics) showed up at a Less Than Jake show in Pensacola, Florida last night. However, they did not come to hang out because they dig LTJ’s music. The WBC picketed the show and preached their controversial lessons. The band was, to say the least, confused as to why they were targeted. Read the full story right here.

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves

Westboro Baptist Church Protest All Time Low [Video]

The Westboror Baptist Church protested last night’s All Time Low concert. A video from one of the group’s members has surfaced on the internet. It can be seen below:

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He’s also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.