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Episode 147: Axattack live at The (old) Radio Room
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhaWeZbpdPpeWQYPe0p41WY_kYMvEXyebkmss0PRGe9s_0LqM_-Rkoge7Tm1ouUASVN7c_-WB2UzUPmq3NYMMvEjw9IehyEPkdCudp-VLo5EpLsuuGXxftdBuAcgpBsdvbjQM1JBb3lcghB/s1600/147.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhaWeZbpdPpeWQYPe0p41WY_kYMvEXyebkmss0PRGe9s_0LqM_-Rkoge7Tm1ouUASVN7c_-WB2UzUPmq3NYMMvEjw9IehyEPkdCudp-VLo5EpLsuuGXxftdBuAcgpBsdvbjQM1JBb3lcghB/s1600/147.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_147/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_147.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_147/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_147.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_147/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_147.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_147/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_147.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Columbia, South Carolina's <a href="http://axattacksc.bandcamp.com">Axattack</a> performs live at The Radio Room on 6/23/2017
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Episode 146: An Open Letter
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEisl1SUHROCHe4ktrR2__7kwJpL4QRfcVfuz1IvYsURR_R7a2w7guVOQzHe4KupPI87wO_etPoVIkNPUmU56ovqwbK7bm01Ab_DhEpHPO69SZqdy1D9pwo5TLmKjYjAYqc7BOzEOStHZwaG/s1600/146.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEisl1SUHROCHe4ktrR2__7kwJpL4QRfcVfuz1IvYsURR_R7a2w7guVOQzHe4KupPI87wO_etPoVIkNPUmU56ovqwbK7bm01Ab_DhEpHPO69SZqdy1D9pwo5TLmKjYjAYqc7BOzEOStHZwaG/s1600/146.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_146/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_146.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_146/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_146.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_146/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_146.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_146/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_146.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Hideous talks with Trevor of Texas-based blackgaze band, <a href="https://anopenletter.bandcamp.com/">An Open Letter</a> about their music, the importance of artwork, how most people react to heavy metal, and much more!<br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, stutters, and the word "metal".<br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="https://anopenletter.bandcamp.com/">An Open Letter</a> - Coma<br /> <a href="https://anopenletter.bandcamp.com/">An Open Letter</a> - The Root That Grows Among The Rocks
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Episode 145: Pale Ritual (live)
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEg_FY5nOUnAt2XR2QN2UaMxoE1PANGbzf7sY6Afmr-76B9lTCu1MTORlaw5fP-YecsChV5p1ftj4qbooRm22QvlaN2jLIDna__p-tvWS11JDgd9dWMo9y6M7htXIuWcvWURGijJkpCQzhml/s1600/145.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEg_FY5nOUnAt2XR2QN2UaMxoE1PANGbzf7sY6Afmr-76B9lTCu1MTORlaw5fP-YecsChV5p1ftj4qbooRm22QvlaN2jLIDna__p-tvWS11JDgd9dWMo9y6M7htXIuWcvWURGijJkpCQzhml/s1600/145.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_145/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_145.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_145/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_145.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_145/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_145.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_145/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_145.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> <a href="https://paleritual.bandcamp.com/releases">Pale Ritual</a>'s full performance from May 20th 2017 at <a href="https://www.facebook.com/cabinfloorrecords/">Cabin Floor Records</a> in Greenville, South Carolina
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Episode 144: Amelia Hall of Horrible Girl and the Hot Mess
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEjI9s_1BfdDot4LHU8BjsvliBu_CbrllXE30Mv_HVvf7jkeyjT9eljNxv0RQ3TmnY23H9xSil1hUa406qkxT-9El7VXPVlpe_FAYXab2cy3sI9P_OQ3lt_1Fqxk5lhdmUJoROd93TFAsG_G/s1600/144.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEjI9s_1BfdDot4LHU8BjsvliBu_CbrllXE30Mv_HVvf7jkeyjT9eljNxv0RQ3TmnY23H9xSil1hUa406qkxT-9El7VXPVlpe_FAYXab2cy3sI9P_OQ3lt_1Fqxk5lhdmUJoROd93TFAsG_G/s1600/144.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_144/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_144.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_144/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_144.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_144/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_144.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_144/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_144.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Hideous talks with Amelia Hall of <a href="https://horriblegirl.bandcamp.com/">Horrible Girl and the Hot Mess</a> about the band's start; Greenville, SC's music scene; their recent tour; satanic imagery not actually being satanic, and much more! <br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, and references to people or places. <br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="https://horriblegirl.bandcamp.com/">Horrible Girl and the Hot Mess</a> - The Bucket Song<br /> <a href="https://horriblegirl.bandcamp.com/">Horrible Girl and the Hot Mess</a> - What We Talk About When We Talk About Love
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Episode 143: Behind The Sun
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEjXt8x5hed-AATjPy2ZstyDH0jcEWGiZtQFKI_lM30LP1FQLqecXoMHfmXVgmHDD55BSuMEuMRZ4TsfesewtNqJKnY_j_Kl7MbYL0gBkPFxSnER06kx8z4duCF-yVY0pJ0bYClGbtJwsRk4/s1600/143.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEjXt8x5hed-AATjPy2ZstyDH0jcEWGiZtQFKI_lM30LP1FQLqecXoMHfmXVgmHDD55BSuMEuMRZ4TsfesewtNqJKnY_j_Kl7MbYL0gBkPFxSnER06kx8z4duCF-yVY0pJ0bYClGbtJwsRk4/s1600/143.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_143/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_143.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_143/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_143.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_143/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_143.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_143/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_143.ogg">OGG</a> <br /><br />Hideous talks with the members of Clemson, South Carolina's, <a href="https://bhndthsn.bandcamp.com/releases">Behind The Sun</a> about their formation, and all the wild shenanigans involved with being a metal band. <br /><br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, stutters, and references to people or places.<br /><br />Playlist:<br /><a href="https://bhndthsn.bandcamp.com/releases">Behind The Sun</a> - The Fall<br /><a href="https://bhndthsn.bandcamp.com/releases">Behind The Sun</a> - Laniakea
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Pale Ritual returns to wreak sonic havoc.
<br /> <div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEjZ_Xw7bxb1YOCYFMRaf0cH2KKdm9sAKh0ou33YjgmbsIVCfIXBeBjqgjnq5SxMbuaIwq4oc-rFUIOM_lKl4SOamkWpGcdLZ_fVJEWswiI9DswAAKfVPcCOaeW_N6IYzlyZ_KmyUfSScfOf/s1600/PaleRitualArticle.jpg" imageanchor="1" style="clear: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;"><img border="0" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEjZ_Xw7bxb1YOCYFMRaf0cH2KKdm9sAKh0ou33YjgmbsIVCfIXBeBjqgjnq5SxMbuaIwq4oc-rFUIOM_lKl4SOamkWpGcdLZ_fVJEWswiI9DswAAKfVPcCOaeW_N6IYzlyZ_KmyUfSScfOf/s1600/PaleRitualArticle.jpg" /></a></div> <i><span style="font-family: inherit;">Pale Ritual founders, Matthew, and Cameron Morris</span></i> <br /> <br /> <a href="https://paleritual.bandcamp.com/releases">Pale Ritual</a> made it's live debut in 2016, performing at Columbia's New Brookland Tavern, and Greenville's Radio Room in the same week. Their Greenville appearance immediately went down in local history as a show you should feel terrible about missing. Last time I checked, the live stream I posted of the show was somewhere around 1,000 views. Not too bad for a black metal band from an ultra-conservative city that swears up, and down that it doesn't have a vibrant music scene. In anticipation of this Saturday's show (May 20th) at the utterly fantastic, Cabin Floor Records, I decided to have a chat with Pale Ritual co-founder, Cameron Morris about the upcoming festivities. <br /> <br /> <b>Hideous:</b> Has it been difficult preparing for this show due to the distance between band members?<br /> <br /> <b>Cameron:</b> Truthfully, it has not been very difficult. With Chase (Your Chance To Die) and Alex (Waft) assisting us this time it has proven to be a smooth process. <a href="https://paleritual.bandcamp.com/releases">The Carriers of Nothing EP</a> is available for listening so obviously that speeds things up. Instead of writing out detailed tablature or slaving away at a Guitar Pro file, I just sketched out some general ideas for the riffs. I like to keep my music a little open-ended in that respect to see what everyone can bring to the table. With Scarlet Fever, like to establish the chord progression without a strict bass part. The chords and melody are the song and you can respell them however you want and experiment with different sounds and textures. <br /> <br /> <b>Hideous:<b></b></b> Will you be debuting any new material; is there any in the works?<br /><br /> <b>Cameron:<b></b></b> There is definitely music in the works with most of the first full length already written. I can't say for sure if any of that material will make it to Saturday's show, but I'm not ruling it out either. Basically, I've written an entire album but have not yet rehearsed in the same room as Matt. There's a strong musical chemistry that comes from being brothers that have played together for at least ten years. He has all his parts written and we will certainly be rehearsing the new album this week to prepare for the studio. If anything feels confident enough we may decide to perform one at the shows.<br /><br /> <b>Hideous:<b></b></b> Now that you've been away for a while, is there anything you miss about Greenville's music scene?<br /><br /> <b>Cameron:<b></b></b> The thing I miss most about Greenville's music scene is the camaraderie in the metal and underground community as a whole. Being in NYC for 10 months isn't exactly enough time for me to determine whether they have the same vibe or not. I can definitely say the elitist attitude of more mainstream genres is present no matter where you live. The underground scene is one of the few frontiers left in music and that's where you'll meet the true visionaries and best people. Greenville has a lot of that and I miss it everyday.<br /><br /> <b>Hideous:<b></b></b> Last time Pale Ritual played Greenville, the room was packed, was that surprising, and do you expect a similar turnout this time?<br /><br /> <b>Cameron:<b></b></b> I have to say it was quite surprising for me to see the turnout that night. I've put myself through the grind for a few years there and never fit in with what was popular. At the end in Greenville, it was one of the most depressing points in my life and I convinced myself nobody cared about what I was doing. That show meant more to me than anyone can know and I just appreciate anyone who cares enough to listen. If it were only 3 people who truly digested it, I would be happy. As for this time around, I don't exactly have any expectations.<br /><br /> <b>Hideous:<b></b></b> Now that you've been in a larger market for a while, what do you think Greenville's music scene can improve upon to elevate our status as a music city? Is it possible?<br /><br /> <b>Cameron:<b></b></b> Ditch the main stream and for the love of god stop trying to be Asheville. If you're constantly copying others you'll always be 2 steps behind. Waiting for another town or community to tell you what's cool is just not the way to do it in my opinion. The pointless fuss of Greenville's supposed lack of music scene only comes from gentrifying people who want gentrified music. The answer is staring the city in the face. Prop up your underground metal, punk, trap, hip hop, and experimental artists. They are the future and will be the ones telling other towns what's cool.<br /><br /> <b><i> Catch Pale Ritual with Death/Of this Saturday, May 20th at Cabin Floor Records - 504 Rutherford St, Greenville, South Carolina 29609</b></i>

Episode 142: A Brave New South
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhLioy1aav4-NHUAX5JJkoWxTzc3XfPIElveP0HCcYP9V2KZCIzcK9L2LwkmF0JtuMnZd3H9cvRsyDASJSpTkgeU4RCKg4OSZ8FE1JOvWVOPBdszwUo1OSNcZPt7oIiec-ksJAIeBxbO0k8/s1600/142.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhLioy1aav4-NHUAX5JJkoWxTzc3XfPIElveP0HCcYP9V2KZCIzcK9L2LwkmF0JtuMnZd3H9cvRsyDASJSpTkgeU4RCKg4OSZ8FE1JOvWVOPBdszwUo1OSNcZPt7oIiec-ksJAIeBxbO0k8/s1600/142.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_142/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_142.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_142/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_142.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_142/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_142.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_142/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_142.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Hideous talks with Ian Currie aka <a href="https://ghanigautama.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Ghani Gautama</a> about his new socio-political undertaking, "<a href="https://www.facebook.com/ABraveNewSouth/" target="_blank">A Brave New South</a>"; the importance of getting involved in local politics, how to be more politically active in your community, and much more! <br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, references to people or places, and the word "episode".
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Episode 141: Dellamorte
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgYuumhk2Lz-pZ2AeJvH8rjGXGo7SC619-yvDusEMXaYw_Jj-N-uvttlc87K6VatscxcbsqzN0roEBCb5h9j5bV429nmjpHNq3dIw_Q5vFRSgDSxQF6330caSK3VXQmbvg61-EvSRoB7Gd5/s1600/16422400_2377734702367973_3397736701991628708_o.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgYuumhk2Lz-pZ2AeJvH8rjGXGo7SC619-yvDusEMXaYw_Jj-N-uvttlc87K6VatscxcbsqzN0roEBCb5h9j5bV429nmjpHNq3dIw_Q5vFRSgDSxQF6330caSK3VXQmbvg61-EvSRoB7Gd5/s1600/16422400_2377734702367973_3397736701991628708_o.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_141/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_141.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_141/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_141.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_141/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_141.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_141/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_141.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> The members of Georgia grindcore band, <a href="https://dellamorte1313.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Dellamorte</a> tell the story of how they formed, went away, and returned with a new release of horrific heavy metal.<br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, stutters, and the word "grind".<br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="https://dellamorte1313.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Dellamorte</a> - Screaming Savage Blood Death<br /> <a href="https://dellamorte1313.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Dellamorte</a> - Slave to the Cannibal God<br /> <a href="https://dellamorte1313.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Dellamorte</a> - Night of the Blind Terror
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Episode 140: Blizzie
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEimvkZwVO1CxxkHahoL87OJqudFLcZNy_Lm5dLernE4qCV80zTOJ35vExnEuqLSM5pVe7ObUCw8DmISxlHZ_EX-znkaQHsDk0PpXAJj893y-Jzt18YmXdKaxKzp5P8XBQheSVDoiAG14XG1/s1600/140.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEimvkZwVO1CxxkHahoL87OJqudFLcZNy_Lm5dLernE4qCV80zTOJ35vExnEuqLSM5pVe7ObUCw8DmISxlHZ_EX-znkaQHsDk0PpXAJj893y-Jzt18YmXdKaxKzp5P8XBQheSVDoiAG14XG1/s1600/140.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_140/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_140.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_140/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_140.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_140/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_140.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_140/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_140.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Hideous meets <a href="http://blizzie.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Blizzie</a>, and listens to the story of how he created the Blizzaverse, became so lit, opening for RiFF RAFF, and more! <br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, and stutters. <br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="http://blizzie.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Blizzie</a> x <a href="https://blizzie.bandcamp.com/album/effomania" target="_blank">EFFO</a> - Al Capone<br /> <a href="http://blizzie.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Blizzie</a> - Get Dropped<br /> <a href="http://blizzie.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Blizzie</a> - Sheogorath
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Episode 139: The Critical Beatdown
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEjQ72rfNqTkBmAhKI1IclLa50qhalSlxGtocCLKUAQtdO_zX0QRrjfKTiCj7Tl7GblRx-w_hGO7A1sArXh4R1p0SE1DKmlaqEZPAZweW0QaN_cB65tkCSYKNbHiRFWAkPaUn4958kehrC6D/s1600/1281687043_46994ef1ab_b.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEjQ72rfNqTkBmAhKI1IclLa50qhalSlxGtocCLKUAQtdO_zX0QRrjfKTiCj7Tl7GblRx-w_hGO7A1sArXh4R1p0SE1DKmlaqEZPAZweW0QaN_cB65tkCSYKNbHiRFWAkPaUn4958kehrC6D/s1600/1281687043_46994ef1ab_b.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_139/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_139.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_139/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_139.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_139/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_139.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_139/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_139.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Hideous puts on his critic hat, and lays into an entire management company roster of dad rock, and lightweight metal bands. This episode is a hilariously brutal crash course in how to approach bloggers with your music. <br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, and "Reverb Nation".
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Episode 138: The $k, and Hideous Show
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhD3WkJzAPW8WZsswjlRboCqiEF_W-OCqYRH8IEYl4pP0f1TPR6JhQ0KIAd4hJlOjpXoTxTTVLnP0pIwTY6gqSUbW3Fwr9Ezbv4TVNyHac2mmv22gFOYhtZkiqbGj0cWLlpHeRXx5lV7jEU/s1600/20161115_180815.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhD3WkJzAPW8WZsswjlRboCqiEF_W-OCqYRH8IEYl4pP0f1TPR6JhQ0KIAd4hJlOjpXoTxTTVLnP0pIwTY6gqSUbW3Fwr9Ezbv4TVNyHac2mmv22gFOYhtZkiqbGj0cWLlpHeRXx5lV7jEU/s1600/20161115_180815.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_138/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_138.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_138/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_138.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_138/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_138.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_138/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_138.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> <a href="https://the1truehideous.bandcamp.com/album/k-x-hideous">$k, and Hideous</a> talk about their collaborative album, live debut at Grandma's House, food, politics, and more! <br /> <br /> Drink every time you hear laughter, profanity, silence, and burps. <br /> <br /> Playlist:</br> <a href="https://the1truehideous.bandcamp.com/album/k-x-hideous">$k x Hideous</a> - Fuckboi eradication (version 2)</br> <a href="https://the1truehideous.bandcamp.com/album/k-x-hideous">Hideous</a> - Iron Shiek</br> <a href="https://the1truehideous.bandcamp.com/album/k-x-hideous">$k x Hideous</a> - Why ya bullshittin?</br>
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Axattack - S/T
</br><center><iframe style="border: 0; width: 350px; height: 470px;" src="https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=2052201180/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/transparent=true/" seamless><a href="http://axattacksc.bandcamp.com/album/axattack">Axattack by Axattack</a></iframe></center></br></br> From the moment Axattack's self-titled debut starts, you know exactly what you're about to do: thrash! I mean it, break out your white Reebok classics, your bullet belt, and your battle vest because it's time to get <a href="http://www.nolyb.com/2014/09/axattack-toxic-wasted-ep.html">toxic wasted!</a> Speedy riffs, "noodly" (yet tasteful; almost "Burton-esque") bass lines, and screeching wails gallop along as the drums pound like jackhammers. </br></br> This album doesn't slow down at all until about 2 minutes into the third song, and that's only to create a better dynamic when the solo comes blazing through the mix. This is really legit, it's even got the punk feel creeping in on "Never Again", and "Repent". I would also like to point out that Axattack's full length debut doesn't feel "retro" at all. This doesn't sound like some guys trying to reimagine Slayer. This is a true "power trio" bent on making the world ask "who the fuck is Slayer?" </br></br> This is stripped-down, straight-forward thrash metal for people who miss the good ol' days when metal didn't seem like pop music for wannabe tough guys in affliction shirts. Crack open a 40, and crank this album until your square-ass neighbors call the cops; then turn it up louder!

Gravehuffer - Your Fault
<br /> <center> <iframe seamless="" src="https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=270115451/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/transparent=true/" style="border: 0; height: 470px; width: 350px;"><a href="http://gravehuffer.bandcamp.com/album/your-fault">Your Fault by Gravehuffer</a></iframe></center> <br /> Gravehuffer is basically what happens when you take a handful of guys that are into virtually every style of heavy metal, and put them in a band. This album, their second full length, "Your Fault" starts off sounding a bit like 90s hardcore, kinda like Bloodlet or maybe Botch. This is off-putting to some, but I'm totally into odd timings, and crunchy, palm-muted riffs. Kinda death metal, kinda hardcore; nice start. <br /> <br /> As the album progresses, you hear plenty of crust punk, d-beat, bottle-smashing skate punk (it's not really a genre) mixed with classic death metal. The comparisons to the heyday of Earache Records are absolutely fitting. In addition, you can catch a few traditional metal passages. For some reason I think of "...And Justice For All" when the dual guitar stuff comes in, and the lone falsetto wail is a nice touch. There's not a whole lot more to say, this is no-frills, punk-influenced death metal. <br /> <br />Take Discharge, Entombed, and a dash of Fates Warning, throw it in a blender with a little beer so it mixes smoothly, and you get something like this album. Technically, I guess you could call it deathcore because of the mash-up of genres, but there aren't any chugga-ch-chug-ch-chug-chug breakdowns. "Your Fault" is a solid sophomore release that shows a band with limitless potential.

Episode 137: Teamo Supremo
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhu61BPBJ-y3DQQBcn2A2pxCKyEHSXX-oxSI08r2ESCfdDOtI2lSyD_AxGCE6MWK98CaEHwflvzBGjNWYDGU9J51UkOmQzBFSxarcDl4pCFFSGymeQ-G2lt633kid59TA2ZWkOL1vjCw-8J/s1600/137.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhu61BPBJ-y3DQQBcn2A2pxCKyEHSXX-oxSI08r2ESCfdDOtI2lSyD_AxGCE6MWK98CaEHwflvzBGjNWYDGU9J51UkOmQzBFSxarcDl4pCFFSGymeQ-G2lt633kid59TA2ZWkOL1vjCw-8J/s1600/137.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_137/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_137.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_137/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_137.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_137/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_137.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_137/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_137.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> <a href="https://soundcloud.com/realnativesun">Ye$hua</a>, and <a href="https://twitter.com/PyrexDibiase">Pyrex</a> talk about their new project, <a href="https://soundcloud.com/realnativesun">Teamo Supremo</a>, and drop some knowledge so advanced that people might get mad that it's being given away so freely.<br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, and references to people or places.<br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="https://soundcloud.com/realnativesun">Ye$hua</a> - Shop Wit Me<br /> <a href="https://soundcloud.com/realnativesun">Teamo Supremo</a> - Emo Teamo
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Episode 136: Ian Nix of WVRM
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhXYVi3wDJtN1XzsIxy7YO8YLFFcjf7IFmRWS0WAFkdNErsE4y67ED6Le5-3Vh-Z4ZpSJDnhVIVKMOGve5bYM60Uk380RVUjrd5JslMW1ni9pMTaC7lzwNgtPLUh13tRhgcIIJ_WSiZn_mA/s1600/136.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhXYVi3wDJtN1XzsIxy7YO8YLFFcjf7IFmRWS0WAFkdNErsE4y67ED6Le5-3Vh-Z4ZpSJDnhVIVKMOGve5bYM60Uk380RVUjrd5JslMW1ni9pMTaC7lzwNgtPLUh13tRhgcIIJ_WSiZn_mA/s1600/136.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_136/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_136.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_136/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_136.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_136/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_136.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_136/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_136.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Ian talks a little about his history as a vocalist, and tells stories from the road involving all sorts of interesting characters; with special guest, and former bandmate/"sit-down comedian", James Wakester.<br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, and references to people or places.<br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="http://wvrmgrind.bandcamp.com">WVRM</a> - Death Erection <br /> <a href="http://wvrmgrind.bandcamp.com">WVRM</a> - Sleep Paralysis
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Episode 135: Hillary Keane
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEh3Vy7D3lqz48yzNDtiaG5W2uYSd6_W0WaYM-yZh_8aBGABMsG-PKCa5JaUWUxtQsW4NDDNot5eRwvgIBc5L0EOsIOz0w2ID1J2yJqFqR6xYAv5XHJu90iJSGNZcqtxtBBbFMhlT0gO6gqm/s1600/135.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEh3Vy7D3lqz48yzNDtiaG5W2uYSd6_W0WaYM-yZh_8aBGABMsG-PKCa5JaUWUxtQsW4NDDNot5eRwvgIBc5L0EOsIOz0w2ID1J2yJqFqR6xYAv5XHJu90iJSGNZcqtxtBBbFMhlT0gO6gqm/s1600/135.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_135/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_135.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_135/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_135.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_135/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_135.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_135/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_135.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> <a href="https://www.facebook.com/HillaryKeaneProject/" target="_blank">Hillary Keane</a> speaks on life, loss, the state of <a href="http://www.lovelornrecords.com/" target="_blank">Lovelorn Records</a>, what the future may hold for South Carolina's music scene, life-coaching, and much more. <br /> <br /> Drink when you hear profanity, pauses, and stutters. <br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="https://lovelornrecords.bandcamp.com/album/gemini-syndrome" target="_blank">Hillary Keane Project</a> live at Gusto Fest 5
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Episode 134: Ritchie Randall of Gravehuffer
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgMgaejZiU7VEtVnJd6-OgQzCtzyLw5qxoUHzaTBUv4kOsWX448C8iEKXNrHAiKJkmo13fVKTpv-sSSZGqehUCpW20xEsSQRi3JJmyflud7PDMnruPhNXxRVTCaw-AZvNZQWTfiGnxqFqEV/s1600/134.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgMgaejZiU7VEtVnJd6-OgQzCtzyLw5qxoUHzaTBUv4kOsWX448C8iEKXNrHAiKJkmo13fVKTpv-sSSZGqehUCpW20xEsSQRi3JJmyflud7PDMnruPhNXxRVTCaw-AZvNZQWTfiGnxqFqEV/s1600/134.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_134/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_134.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_134/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_134.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_134/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_134.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_134/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_134.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Ritchie Randall of <a href="https://gravehuffer.bandcamp.com/">Gravehuffer</a> discusses the band's history; the Joplin, MO metal scene; balancing family, and band responsibilities; getting back into an active band after a long hiatus, and much more! <br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, band names, and references to people or places. <br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="https://gravehuffer.bandcamp.com/">Gravehuffer</a> - Prince With A Thousand Enemies<br /> <a href="https://gravehuffer.bandcamp.com/">Gravehuffer</a> - Shut Up And Skate<br /> <a href="https://gravehuffer.bandcamp.com/">Gravehuffer</a> - Powers That Be<br />
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Episode 133: Another Halloween Special
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgD7vuyd7NIbViwcrHDp508X34atkkRqNOpPh-IwpF3hH61mYLd-7xRjUwETLj-7TFLTV9eY9zIbW-r_XYiC7PnVZg8cAn4yyrlLQzUCmHy9npfuYvBhbxP9MiOL0JeEdK3U7HQw7E0Ik-K/s1600/133.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgD7vuyd7NIbViwcrHDp508X34atkkRqNOpPh-IwpF3hH61mYLd-7xRjUwETLj-7TFLTV9eY9zIbW-r_XYiC7PnVZg8cAn4yyrlLQzUCmHy9npfuYvBhbxP9MiOL0JeEdK3U7HQw7E0Ik-K/s1600/133.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_133/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_133.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_133/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_133.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_133/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_133.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_133/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_133.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Another Halloween Special - <a href="https://the1truehideous.bandcamp.com/releases" target="_blank">Hideous</a>, his better half (not pictured), and his co-conspirator, Caleb talk about (you guessed it) Halloween, and much more!<br /> <br /> Drink when you hear laughter, profanity, and the words "scary" or "horror".<br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="https://cebosludge.bandcamp.com/" target="_blank">Cebo</a> - Big Ripper (demo)<br /> <a href="https://batheus.bandcamp.com/releases" target="_blank">Bathe</a> - Movement V<br /> <a href="https://paleritual.bandcamp.com/releases" target="_blank">Pale Ritual</a> - Scarlet Fever
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Episode 132: Paul Mack aka Flawless
<br /> <a href="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgCHncF_Ad6Rh7VfWFbtm61y3Kr9PgINU8xiH8KVirqylXQG2xp-zdUjE55nPSbHqSCXP0qPWggkU-OjG9AmreYzXa77O5dmRE7-qxCRRXIL-wNkdYgGp8egLf-6_cIxhJrzmsENkvFaTyp/s1600/132.jpg"><img border="0" class="center2" src="https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgCHncF_Ad6Rh7VfWFbtm61y3Kr9PgINU8xiH8KVirqylXQG2xp-zdUjE55nPSbHqSCXP0qPWggkU-OjG9AmreYzXa77O5dmRE7-qxCRRXIL-wNkdYgGp8egLf-6_cIxhJrzmsENkvFaTyp/s1600/132.jpg" /></a> <audio controls="" id="audioplayer"> <source id="mp3" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_132/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_132.mp3" type="audio/mp3"></source> <source id="ogg" src="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_132/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_132.ogg" type="audio/ogg"></source> </audio> Download:<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_132/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_132.mp3">MP3</a>|<a href="https://archive.org/download/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_132/No_One_Likes_Your_Band_Episode_132.ogg">OGG</a> <br /> <br /> Hip-Hop artist, and entrepenuer, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/paul.mack.9674" target="_blank">Paul Mack</a> aka <a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/paulmack41" target="_blank">Flawless</a> discusses some of his history as well as that of the upstate South Carolina hip-hop scene; some of his favorite local emcees; the first time he met <a href="https://lovelornrecords.bandcamp.com/album/catharsis" target="_blank">Crocker</a>; his label, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008147677343&amp;fref=ts" target="_blank">HCMG</a>, what they have planned for the future, and much more! <br /> <br /> Drink when you hear children, long pauses, rapper names, laughter, and profanity. <br /> <br /> Playlist:<br /> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/paulmack41" target="_blank">Flawless</a> - Roll Wit Me (Gotta Stay Down) feat. Traxx on Deck<br /> <a href="https://www.instagram.com/shaunsluggs/" target="_blank">Shaun Sluggs</a> - Say Goodnight to the Bad Guy feat. <a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/paulmack41" target="_blank">Flawless</a><br /> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/user/paulmack41" target="_blank">Flawless</a> - Only God Can Judge Me
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Why even name this article?
<br /> The cool thing about life in 2016 America is that absolutely nothing matters. That's also the bad thing, but... nah, there's no brightside. Nothing matters. Not this election, not the news tomorrow, nothing. Why care at all anymore? It all sucks, and the story does not have a happy ending. Life is relentlessly brutal. This is the most horrific shoot-em-up ever played: real life is on crystal meth, steroids, and nihilism. It says, "fuck you, everyone is dying" at every opportunity. It laughs at your suffering. <br /> <a name='more'></a><br /> That's how I see life when I view it through the lens of the Internet. That clickbait thing I just did with the "read more" tab obscuring the "haha gotcha" moment here? (Although you probably didn't see that if you came here via link. Whatever, it doesn't matter.) Yeah, that adds to the annoyance too. Most everything I see is just annoying as hell because I see right through most of it immediately. It's just there to manipulate you. Buy this, believe that, click this, listen to that; do anything other than formulate a unique thought. That's more or less how I actually see the world, not that first paragraph. Not that I actually believe many people would be alarmed by me saying all those things, but that's a whole different topic altogether. (Oh, and sorry for the switch there, but I'm trying to make you think.)<br /> <br /> Can you blame me, and seemingly most of us, for reaching a new height in cynicism? I mean, do whatever you want, but can you not understand why I've been just hanging out at home, avoiding people? If not, I'll spell it out: the general public fuckin' creeps me out. You think I'm angry? Well, how do you think I view the public? I see how they talk to each other on social media. They hate each other for the most asinine, bullshit reasons. They get angry at the tiny shit, and rage against whatever is available; just like me if I let the world get to me. So I get that part unfortunately, but what I don't get is why no one seems to take a day off. Even my hard-headed ass takes a day to unplug, and most importantly, stop finding things to be angry about. Even the task of remembering to let go of the things I can't control is exhausting though. So take a break, you need it, and deserve it. Don't argue about this one, pick three days to avoid TV, internet, radio, and stick with it. Please, just trust me on this one.<br /> <br /> Why do we wake up, check our facebook pages, and start our days with as much bullshit drama as possible? Especially considering the fact that most of what you see on it is just as much of a lie as what you see on TV. Why should we think it's any different? This is the new media, you think the people who get paid to stay ahead of the curve somehow missed this? Our phones have replaced television as the new "idiot box", and this time around we're all the stars of our very own shows. (They don't even have to pay us for the content we provide, it's actually brilliant.) To be fair, I guess someone's life can be enriched by reading whatever bullshit we come up with to generate clicks, but I can't help thinking about how it's changed us; if at all. Were we always this cynical, and attention-starved? Maybe that's just part of the human condition. Maybe we're collectively really bored, and we secretly desire some sort of chaos in order to bring something interesting into our otherwise mundane lives going to work, school, home, repeat. If so, I hope we're careful what we wish for, and aren't cynical about it. Cynicism is a dangerous path to tread... said the cynic.

I know you like Japanese schoolgirls.
<br /> Hey there, friend. I'm not sure we've met before, but we apparently know each other. I think you're in a band, but I'm not sure. I am sure you like Japanese schoolgirls though because I see you often like photos of them. This feels a bit like "T.M.I." doesn't it? I mean, I know you're not liking these photos, and gifs because you're drawing inspiration for your next Saturday night outfit. Well, I guess I don't know that for sure, but I do know you really like Japanese schoolgirls. <br /> <a name='more'></a><br /> I'm not mad by the way, I understand the appeal, I guess. Cute girls in short skirts? That's pure, modern Americana right there. Can you think of anything more 'Murican than a scantily-clad teenage girl singing a pop song? Or perhaps singing the national anthem before a Nascar race after eating a bacon double cheeseburger from Hardee's (Carl's Jr. on the west coast) while wearing a cowboy hat? Are you visualizing this scene right now? Are you thinking about baseball yet? Did you get that joke at all?<br /> <br /> Social media is interesting on many levels. Least of all is the fact that when I swipe the word "social" on my phone, it shows up as "suicidal". Pretty funny considering how many people comment "kill yourself" on posts. Hopefully "suicidal media" isn't the next trend, but I digress. Social media is an ongoing experiment that I'm far too invested in to not see through till the end. I just have to see how it ends!<br /> <br /> I'm also guilty of the same thing many others are: what I like to call "rubbernecking". Most do it passing by car accidents, but we also do a form of it on the Internet. Sometimes without even meaning to, that's the weird thing about it. I know more about some complete strangers than I do some of my own friends. I don't know the middle names or birthdays of far too many of my friends, but I know some total strangers who are really into Japanese schoolgirls.

Keepin' it real went real wrong.
<br /> In my opinion, the most disheartening thing about being a musician isn't having your music ignored or any of the other standard struggles, it's the overwhelming fakeness of the whole thing. Granted, this is "the business of show" as it were, but you don't really expect everything about it to be a show. Long before an artist ever takes the stage they are presenting an image of themselves that is often not true. Sometimes this image is based in reality and just exaggerated, but other times it is a complete fabrication. I don't just mean obvious cases like Insane Clown Posse or Slipknot where an over the top persona is as much part of the costume as a mask or facepaint, I'm talking about indie artists selling the idea that they are much better off than they really are. This is not a condemnation, but rather a sharing of thoughts on an often overlooked part of the music business: selling a line of bullshit. <br /> <a name='more'></a><br /> I've found that a lot of musicians tend to be idealistic, that is, until something breaks them. Then they probably become a jaded, cynical bastard much like myself. Not to say that I'm broken, I'm just rather disenchanted with the entire notion of being a professional musician. Have been for years by this point. I appreciate sincerity in all aspects of my life, art is no different. So when I discover yet another artist I respected is using the same under-handed, dishonest tactics to create their career upon the backs of others, I tend to get a little irritated. Somehow whenever I meet someone new, I tend to assume the best of them until otherwise prompted. I say to myself, "This person is different", and hope that I'm not wrong. I can't blame people for doing whatever they can to get ahead though, this is the world we created for ourselves. Kill or be killed. Lovely.<br /> <br /> It seems that our desire to watch, and listen to larger than life personas has created a snowball effect. Artists must be more grandiose than ever. Only housewives like thier pop stars squeaky clean, so push up those tits, go to the awards show drunk, and make a complete spectacle of yourself. It doesn't matter if you embarrass yourself, people's attention spans are so short that they'll forget about the whole thing in two days or less. Us small timers don't really get those red carpet opportunities though, so we go borrow our uncle's Corvette, and pose for photos in front of it. We buy views, we pay-to-play big shows, and we flex harder than Hulk Hogan in 1989. And people believe it's real because they mostly just don't care whether it's fake or not; we just want to be entertained.<br /> <br /> So that leads me to the realization that being an idealistic musician is about as beneficial as having a two dollar bill. You can use it for whatever you want, but people are still gonna look at you funny, and think it's not real. So instead of calling everyone out for their bullshit, I'm just gonna keep watching, and shaking my head. I can't waste time or energy on these people, especially since no one really cares. Instead of letting any of this bother me, I'm going to have some fun with it. I think you should do the same. Pretend like you're the biggest pop star in the world, and really sell it, you just might fool enough people into making you rich. We live in a world that considers "fake it till you make it" to be a viable option, so fuck it, let's just be fake! I see plenty of people already started without me.

Sobriety is Incredibly Boring
<br /> I woke up, and started my normal routine, minus checking messages. Generally this routine consists of expressing gratitude for being alive, having some water, stretching, and working on projects. I was determined to not scrounge up any mind-altering substances, or drink any alcohol, so I had to stay busy. Blogging takes up a little time, but I can only type for so long before my hands, wrists, arms, and chest (in order) start aching. Part of the reason I drink so much is that I am in a near constant state of pain or discomfort, depending on what day it is; carpal tunnel syndrome is a motherfucker, folks. A numb, tingling, aching motherfucker that refuses to go away without a risky, and incredibly expensive surgery that is not guaranteed to work. Seems easier to just drink the pain away, but today I wasn't going to do that. <br /> <a name='more'></a><br /> So naturally, I dove into my work to try, and keep my mind off everything else. It worked for a while, but eventually all the work either gets done, or you just burn out, and have to stop because you're about to fall asleep in front of your laptop. That's what happened to me at least, I typed until I physically could not do it any longer. I pryed my eyes open long enough to save my work, and shut down the computer. I fought sleep for another hour or so, got bored, and went to bed. It was still daylight for another 3 hours or so, but I didn't care, I just wanted the day to end. This tends to be how sober days go; honestly, it's good they never last long.<br /> <br /> I woke up later that night, feeling much better about life in general. Amazing what a little rest can do. I had a snack then bought beer because I realized something about sobriety earlier that day: it's really goddamn boring. All work, and no play will make Jack chase you through the forest with an axe. Or turn you into Jack, one or the other. I sat around with a friend, enjoying some music, and laughs in a smoke-filled room well into the wee hours of the morning. I would attempt sobriety again once I woke up. I mean it every time I say it, I really do.<br /> <br /> Like clockwork, I popped out of bed around 10 that morning. It doesn't matter how much sleep I get, I still wake up around the same time. Once again, I did my routine, but I went ahead, and checked my phone this time. Doing my part to get back to some sort of normalcy. Being away for a few days will do wonders for you, trust me. It's like I vanished off the face of the earth for three days. After a few times throwing myself into "semi-exile" I've figured out that one or two days isn't enough; you have to take at least three full days. After this most recent break, I've limited my social media time significantly, and edited the shit out of my Facebook feed. (I mean that literally, and figuratively by the way.) I felt fine, and all, but I didn't even make it to dinner before I was planning to make a purchase. What can I say, folks? Sobriety just doesn't suit me.<br /> <br /> Maybe that's okay for me though. I know they say you should be sober, drugs are bad, blah-de-blah-buh-da-blah, but what about "physician, heal thyself"? I guess that's always been my approach simply because it's a hell of a lot cheaper than actual treatment. Why can't I jump into my brain's control panel, and make a few tweaks? It's my brain to tweak after all. Besides, I've always had a curious mind; it's how I learn. I've done well to maintain a fair level of intelligence along the way, so I view what I do as a "no harm, no foul" situation. Why go through the "here, try this" over, and over with doctors when I already know things that can keep me sufficiently numb to life's fuckery?<br /> <br /> So that leaves me with another question to ponder: if I can't/won't sober up, can I still beat depression? We're gonna find out together, folks! That's right, you get to read all about my life, and I get to feel all kinds of uncomfortable for putting it out there. It's okay though, I still have my secrets I get to hang onto; I still maintain at least some control over my life. Frankly, that's what it's about with me, and a lot of other people: control. Gaining it, and maintaining it. I might be in a state of mid-functioning depression, but that doesn't mean I just want to give up control of my life to some mental ward. Fuck that shit, I like to at least pretend I'm free. So tonight I will exercise that freedom by getting completely shitfaced, and making music. I know at least the younger me would be in awe.

Episode 131: Sanity
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