Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Support Your Scene and Your Decaying Future

Record stores are a rare thing nowadays.  "Back in the good old days" you couldn't swing a drunk punk without hitting a store or two crammed with vinyl, CDs and everything else in between.
Now we have Hybrid Moments at 22730 Woodward Ave, between Nine Mile and Troy in Ferndale.  And with that they have been putting on shows.

Enabler from MN are stumbling in to play their great style of Burp-Beat.
ZKINZ are local legends that combine Totalitar with Bastard (you read that right, if you don't know who these bands are it's your loss).
Final Assault had to cancel as one of their schlubs had to commit to a life of crime.

Support this show.  Support this record store AND EVERY other record store you see.  Go into them and put up flyers.  Hold a record, buy a CD.  Support your scene, your art and your friends.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Best band you've never heard... looking for a drummer.

These motherfuckers are gonna be incredible if they ever find a drummer. Hit them up if you rule. Do not sleep on these guys.

Guitarist and bassist seeking drummer for tight, classic-style thrash band...

influenced by all the classic stuff: old Sepultura, Kreator, Slayer, Exodus,
High On Fire, Warbringer, Saviours, Sabbath, etc, etc, etc... email
Youtube links to some our guitar riffs and ideas...

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Friday the 13th........Watch Out

It's summer time.  Young, taut teenagers are camping and doing things they shouldn't be doing. And we watch it all unfold on the big screen every time and yell at them because we know what's coming next.  And we've watched 12 times!  In the woods, in space, on a boat, with a goat, etc. etc.

This Friday the 13th will be different.  We've got five bands, $5 and a hell of a good time.  Some of us are flabby, maybe gassy, maybe surly, maybe burly and a little furry.  But it will be a loud and good time with Attentant & Oiltanker coming from Connecticut to join in on the fun.  Put down the machete, take off the hockey mask and come to PJ's Lager House on Michigan Ave in Detroit.