Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Russians prepare to parade nuclear missiles through Red Square as part of the annual Victory Day celebrations. The procession of Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles, a scary Cold War tradition, ended after the Soviet Union fell, but now Russia is reviving it. Call it apocalyptic retro-futurist nostalgia. Or maybe just overcompensation. Either way, Russians will be screaming and maybe throwing their underwear at these shiny gray WMDs. A gallery of weapon-porn, after the jump.

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Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow

Nuclear Missiles Are Rock Stars In Moscow