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Break The InternetLos Angeles, CA – Best known for her own Wide Glide, once boasted about breaking the internet with a flattering picture her Softail Fatboy.  Well it looks like the folks at are revving up the competition.  On June 29, 2016 FTS shared a link on their Facebook site to a feature interview they did with Screamer Magazine (http://ScreamerMagazine.com) and immediately crashed the site.  “We’ve never experienced traffic like that before,” says David Castagno founder and Publisher.  “In the five years since we launched the digital version of Screamer Magazine, we have never once been shut down due to a high volume of traffic and we’ve featured interviews with some of the biggest bands in rock and metal—Aerosmith, KISS, Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Korn, Megadeth, Anthrax etc.  We employ a very robust, dedicated server, so I have to say I am quite impressed with the enthusiasm of their fans and followers.”

In September of 2015 , the World’s Largest Biker Bar burned to the ground because of a coiled extension cord.  Although owner had reservations about rebuilding, he says it was the outpouring of support from friends, patrons and fans that encouraged him to rebuild the World’s Largest Biker Bar into an even bigger and badder watering hole.  Probably the same fans that broke the internet!

CLICK HERE to read the entire interview with Ballard and business partner Jess James Dupree.

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