a reply to: valiant
Is it wrong that I've been having bad thoughts about the bloody zombie chick staring out from this post? (If it gets removed and someone wonders what
it was... nevermind)... the mind is a terrible thing to taste... ministry
thieves and burning inside ministry
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And, knowing I'm just playing for/with myself (as we all are), I'll put up one of the most underrated (whatever that means) efforts ever, that's so
full of genius it boggles... wall of voodoo - call of the west
Speaking of Euro-weirdness, are you familiar with a band called Iniquitous Savagery? They're from your neck of the woods, Glasgow apparently. They're
playing here in a couple of weeks at the same venue that my band played with Karyn Crisis' new band. Just curious if you knew anything about them.
I'm not that into death metal but might go check them out as it's the last show that the promoter is doing because he actually takes care of the bands
and pays everyone so he keeps taking a beating and losing his shirt on the majority of shows he's booked. It's pretty crappy but the venue is still
going to be around, just no shows from this promoter aside from a huge outdoor festival he's going to throw this summer. Way off topic now lol. Was
just curious if you were familiar with the band from Glasgow.
a reply to: peter vlar
Nope, I've not seen them. I gave them a listen though and I reckon they'd be worth a visit. There's an annoying twiddly guitar (to me) that kinds of
ruins it but then I know absolutely feck all about death metal.
The singer's got a good voice though. Go along and chuck some neeps (turnips) at them. Make them feel at home.
On the completely other end of the music spectrum, I've had Echobelly in my head all day, God knows why.
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