9. Apr. 2012, 11:25 von xBrooklynx
25. Dez. 2008, 6:04 von AtacamaRainSo as if last year wasnt already weak compared to the stupidly large lists i did prior, this year is even less, i dont listen to as much new music anymore, i dont know man, lay off ok.
check em out:
1.Transistor Transistor– Ruined Lives
Ever since thier early splits, I've really enjoyed trantan, and i was expecting some of the same material from them on this new album, but jesus exploding anal fissures christ did this album blow me away, it is just beyond brutal in all ways and alot more than just a dancy fun screamo album like most of thier material. amazing effort from these guys, good to see they arent fading away like the rest of the modern screamo scene.
2.Titus Andronicus – The Airing of Grievances
The Happiest fucking lo-fi songs about death, destruction, and hopelessness ever. GET FUCKIN INTO IT
3.Ghostlimb – Bearing And Distance
HARDCORE ABOUT QUESTING AND CARTOGRAPHY AND EXPLORATION. MEMBERS OF GRAF ORLOCK. CAPITAL FUCKING LETTERS. MAGELLAN AND COLUMBUS AND SHIT. oh also the music is really good.
14. Okt. 2008, 2:32 von KMFCMLords - fuck all y'all motherfuckers
dude. . . . .ten.
ten out of fucking ten
look at the title
listen to the intro
the last two tracks on this record are to 2008, what "assault rifle" by Agoraphobic Nosebleed was to 2007. . . .a fucking theme song.
I think they actually play as fast as they do live on this one, but I know if I were to go fly out to wherever they're playing tomorrow (they don't seem to be coming to NY anytime soon) they'll play it twice as fast. what?!?!
You want a pissed off record, this is one of those times when the album title tells you exactly what you're going to hear. I know some people who are annoyed by the .. um. . ."twang" in Chris's voice. . . . . .not much of that going on here. He actually screams a lot this time. You can pick out what he's saying though (mainly because he curses a lot). They've still got that "Descendants with more balls" thing going. I don't know what else to tell you. . .fucking get this.
11. Aug. 2008, 23:01 von KMFCMthere are people on my friend list that hate the new design
and I've seen people on shoutboxes that actually like it
ya know, personally, I could take it or leave it.
I mean, yesterday, it would NOT go to "post a new journal"
It did that crap where firefox thinks the file is done, but the screen is blank.
honestly though, my only real problem with the new last.fm design is that they spent all that time redesigning the look of the site,
when they could've been figuring out a way to deal with bands that share names
what's that about?
why don't you guys deal with that first?
that's the biggest problem on this site
it'd cut down on trolling at least 20%
think about that
. . .and now, to spread this post the last.fm way
Phobia, Architect, Ceremony, S, Romans, Ragnarok, Disgorge, From Hell, Spitfire, Portal, Subhumans, Elysia, Middian, Ｓ, Radiohead, Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana, Rotten Sound, DIR EN GREY, Antigama, Metallica…
1. Jun. 2008, 18:01 von xShedxWoohoo!) Hello, new month! =) Fuckin' summer...
So, today i wanna tell about...
1) Blues - "Death And Taxes" (EP) (2007).
No, don't look at the picture on the right, it's not right picture :) This band plays, as written, southern metalcore. Due to my love to southern rock, i decided to download these guys. But you know, i didn't hear too much southern influences. Some bands like Memphis May Fire, Maylene & Sons Of Disaster (of course!), Every Time I Die, The Holly Springs Disaster, etc. have much more such influences and i like them much more. Don't know, i didn't like these ones, it's not mine. In other things - usual metalcore, nothing special. Maybe little bit similar to Cancer Bats, bot only little bit.
Mark - 2/5.
2) Sea Of Treachery - "At Daggers Dawn" (2008).
Little bit funny. This band was earlier under the name At Daggers Dawn. And as i remember (i can be wrong), under that name they released album called "The First Eulogy" or something like this. …
3. Jan. 2008, 21:33 von AtacamaRainAight here it is all of you who still care, my year end list, once again none of these numbers are set in stone, but they are still in a general ranking as far as what i liked the most, (aka the difference from #42 to #50 isnt that great, but of course the difference from #1 to #50 is). This is nothing comparison to my 06 list but what can i say, i have a bit more of a life now and dont listen to music as much as i used to, deal with it. I dont even get why i ramble on each year before my lists to justify this stuff, someones gonna bitch anyways, so without further ado:
1.Daniel Striped Tiger – Capital Cities
2.Melt-Banana – Bambi's Dilemma [Noise-Rock]
3.Blues – Snakepit
4.Big Business – Here Comes the Waterworks [Stoner/Sludge]
5.Do Make Say Think – You, You're A History In Rust [Post-Rock]
6.Black Elk – Black Elk [Post-Hardcore]
7.Rosetta – Wake/Lift (& Cleansing Undertones of Wake/Lift) [Sludge/Ambient]
8.L'antietam – Arthur Carr
11. Dez. 2007, 3:29 von ddonahue992007 shows:
1/2 - Birthday Boyz at some hippy's basement in Bloomington
1/26 - Russian Circles, Young Widows, Blues, Anapparatus at Alvin's Bar & Grill in Indianapolis
1/27 - The Life and Times at The Empty Bottle in Chicago
2/24 - Do Make Say Think and Holy Fuck at The Empty Bottle in Chicago
3/3 - Russian Circles at Schuba's in Chicago
3/10 - holy bible and Clockcleaner at Downtown Records in Lafayette
3/12 - The Life and Times and The Appleseed Cast in Indianapolis
3/14 - Red Sparowes at Subterranean in Chicago
3/21 - Hot Cross and holy bible at the Secret Location in Indianapolis
3/23 - These Arms Are Snakes, Jesu, and Zozobra at Subterranean in Chicago
3/28 - Explosions in the Sky at the Metro in Chicago
4/13 - Akimbo and Green Milk From The Planet Orange at the Beat Kitchen in Chicago
4/14 - Phoenix Bodies at Downtown Records in Lafayette
4/20 - Mono and World's End Girlfriend at the Empty Bottle in Chicago
4/23 - Caspian at the Note in Chicago
11. Sep. 2007, 20:16 von puddlegumA list of 60+ albums that are being released on September 11:
* Thanks to Denseflies for piecing it together.
Shout Out Louds - Our Ill Wills - Merge Records
The Good Life -Help Wanted Nights - Saddle Creek Records
Farewell - Isn’t This Supposed to be Fun? - Epitaph
Hot Hot Heat - Happiness LTD - Warner Bros. Records
Pinback - Autumn of the Seraphs
The World We Knew - Exordium
Devin Lima - Mozart Popart - One Eleven Records
Nevea Tears - Run With The Hunted - Eulogy
Mustard Plug - In Black And White
Kenna - Make Sure They See My Face
Ani DiFranco - Canon - Righteous Babe Records
Sarah Blasko - What The Sea Wants, The Sea Will Have - Low Attitude Records
Botch - We Are The Romans (Deluxe Edition)
Nightmare Of You - Bang EP - Bevonshire
The Action Design - Into a Sound - PopSmear Records
The World/Inferno Friendship Society - Addicted To Bad Ideas
Adrian Orange and her Band - Adrian Orange And Her Band - K Records
Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam - Domino Records
24. Jul. 2007, 5:17 von AtacamaRainSo I was looking forward to seeing Gormadre for awhile now, whom originally had been scheduled at the living room, but through whatever turn of events ended up at skrappys paired with rosetta/battlefields, throw in a ton of locals and another tour combo (TABL and inferis I think), and skrappys “Gnarwal Fest” was born. And Damn, what a fest it was.
First up was some locals, Iraqi Blood Machine was the first band, pretty kickass 2-person grindy/pv type stuff, the ‘guitarist’ was actually using a uber-distorted bass so it sounded kinda like if lightning bolt did some lsd and decided to play pv. Much props to these guys. Next after that was Alarm, another local outfit, hardcore/pv stuff as well, they were good as well, kinda turned into a wall of sound at times, other times popping into some awesome grooves/lines you couldn’t help but jam out too, good shit.
After that was Inferis (singer was saying they were now “this is empire” or something), I honestly wasn’t too into these guys, clean vocal scenish hardcore…
22. Apr. 2007, 18:58 von FashionTipsWhat I've seen so far
Graf Orlock(New Years Eve@parkview)
Comadre(New Years Eve@parkview)
This Flood Covers the Earth(New Years Eve@parkview)
The Jonbenet(January 11th@parkview)
The American Black Lung(January 11th@parkview)
Guns Up!(January 12th@chain reaction)
Blacklisted(January 12th@chain reaction/July 1st@The Che Cafe)
Violation(January 12th@chain reaction)
Down to Nothing (January 12th@chain reaction)
Shipwreck(January 12th@chainreaction/July 30th@Chain Reaction)
Sinking Ships(Jan uary 12th@chain reaction)
Sender Receiver(March 31st@jumping turtle)
Me and Him Call It Us(March 31st@jumping turtle/Feb 2nd@parkview)
Name(March 31st@jumping turtle)
Secretary(March 31st@jumping turtle)
Thriller(Feb 2nd@parkview/Feb 18th@showcase theater)
Scars of Tomorrow(Feb 18th@showcase theater)
Heavy Heavy Low Low(Feb 18th@showcase theater)
Cancer Bats(Feb 18th@showcase theater)
Arsonists Get All The Girls(Feb 18th@showcase theater)
From a Second Story Window(Feb 18th@showcase theater)