Sunday, March 21, 2010

ile that may be the case in some, i see a little bit past that now. How many times have you seen your favorite metal/deathcore/indie band and been too fa
rdcore/punk has so much spirit that i've never seen in a stadium, or big time band. It's real, raw and's in your face and aggressive. But most
y security!

Yes for some it may be a trend, but to others it's a movement...yes i still love metal, indie, electronic, old school music, but all this ha

of all it's a connection, and that's we've all been missing in this music scene for a long time.
is it?!?! I can't get near miley cyrus without getting shot, i can't get in aaron lewis' face and scream his lyrics back to him without getting tackled b
in and hurried away to their tour bus? Alot of our favorite bands have become so big that some of us feel that seeing them isn't the same as it was befor
o with a band. They want passion, a story, something to stand for...not lyrics about raping a dead body, or meaningless breakdowns.


ot worry about not getting into the show that night.

Point is...alot of kids are gettting tired of going to the show and not having anything to relate t

s, and i am glad to say that even at that height, i still feel a connection, i can still approach a member and have an insightful conversation, and can n
e. What happened to the connection we once felt??? It's been lost in fame, massive crowds, and arrogance. I've seen a few of hardcore's most popular band
r away to even feel connected with the band? How many times have you met a musician from one of these bands and they just gave away a quick jot on a napk
vor of hardcore shows and more insightful music. Some have been critical on these people as simple followers of the next big trend in our scene....and wh
-if you understand how i feel, then sing with me-

As of lately, it seems people have been dropping out of their local metal/deathcore/indie scenes in fa

Monday, March 15, 2010

-daft aphex-

Seems as of lately soom little boy has been getting my girlfriend into a lot of electronic/dance/trip-hop. Seemingly, i have heard and liked a number of electronic music for some time now( aphex twin, post-90's radiohead, nine inch nails, tricky, the prodigy)...but as of lately my ears have been opened to this unnatural, anti-organic music once again. I have strayed from this digital realm mostly because i don't like the idea of not being able to naturally reproduce a song of that type. Though i love alot of that music despite its tiring repetition, i am contemplating a way to somehow mesh the style of randomnized song writing into my style of writing...i guess we'll see how that turns out.

Friday, March 12, 2010

-Have ever-

Have you ever felt so alone in a room filled with people?have you ever wanted something so bad but never got it? This world is hard to understand yes, but it seems like music is becoming more and more complicated. Not on a technical level, but on a level to attain simple's to even make a decent practice happen, it's hard to find a drummer, musicians, anything to make a band work. This band is not dead yet, it's simply going to be on hiatus, make no big plans, play when we can...practice when we can. Something about this band always gets us held back, i've been there, done that. I'm not giving up just yet, but i'm gonna take a step back, on but slowly. We'll get things done, with time i suppose.

The ep will be released, either by our label or diy, but it will be released regardless. Seems like this genre is dead to me, i don't think i'll be writing new material any time soon. Check out new projects and bands, from matt and myself as matt will probably recruit young bloods and start something more me i am uncertain with alot of things, but one thing is for sure is that i'm not giving up on music. Not now and not ever.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

-Again, and again, and again once more-

There somethings that are timeless, metalcore is not one of them. But yet some people are still stuck in that era.. I hope it never ever makes a comeback!
Anyway, i think it's sad how some people think they're big sh*t once they get signed...not even to a big label and all of a sudden bam, f*ck the world. I have nothing against people that drink or smoke, but i hate it when people refer to those who don't as," the edge kid", or some stupid label like that. You don't see us referring to all of you as, " the kid who gets drunk every night", or "the pill popper"... I swear you try and get along with everyone but there's always something or someone that wants to hate you for anything.