The first song is officially done. God it's beautiful. It's called Insurrection (I think that's the spelling), and you'll never hear it on Extreme Radio or KOMP. Maybe one of our other songs, but not this one. Me and Pitt are supposed to be recording demos this weekend of future classic Loud Pipes songs. Should be fun. Went to the F-Minus show on Thursday... where was everyone else? lol. The order of this gig should have been reversed, with the openers headlining and F-Minus opening... man did they stink. But Pitt wanted to fuck the guitar player from F-Minus... I'll let you guess as to which guitar player. Added more stuff to the Reviews section... updated the shows... and I think I'm going to Bad Religion on Saturday... maybe.
Been real busy on the personal front, so thus no new updates in a while. I'm not sure what's happening with the Against Me! Show at the Skillet, except for the fact that their "people" are a bunch of assholes, and that's all I need to know. I keep asking Roxie to fix my Chat Board, but she's been real busy too and hasn't had time to do it. I look forward to the day when I can wake up and read the bullshit that Hank or Pitt are gonna be writing on it. Sigh. The recording of our album is coming along great, or so I'm told. I haven't been down to the Club House in a while, so I'm kinda out of the loop. I just hope that Keil has the lyrics done.
Yeah! Another night at the Hammer House! Made the scene to check out this band that Bobby Franks (King of the Drunken Moshaholics) was telling me was a "Nardcore" type band from Oxnard called In Control. I had never heard of them, but him and Hank and even Pitt I think told me they were good. Showed up to see all the friendly Airbag faces... Bobby was drinking $5 a case beer... his girlfriend was telling me that I was as old as her mother... Spencer was looking very Eddie Izzard-ish... both Keil and Hank were looking like lumberjacks... and even Dan and his little brother were there. Wowsers. Checked out the show... ventured over to the Loud Pipes HQ... hung out with Jesse, Rick and Roxie. Listened to the playback of the songs we're currently in the midst of recording (You're gonna LOVE it, I promise). Sounds killer. Watched Marco play some Tony Hawk on the PlayStation (dude, you suck). Grabbed some Krispy Kremes and called it a night. Better than getting your back waxed. Better than sitting at home.
Music Review:Living On Hope Street. Vol. 3
Pictures: A Broken Line @The Breach
Pictures: P200 @The Griffin
Gig Calendar updated
Idle Gossip updated
Music Review: Unfair Fight - False Walls
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