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MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


mrmanatee posted:

Ah, that sucks. They're pretty staunch on their anti-amp stance. It's not really an issue outside of the fest, though. They've pretty much peaked as far as new listeners go, I think. And the last time I saw them (in Austin, not exactly a town devoid of their fanbase [filthy hippies]) they sounded A-Okay.

I'm really excited. I have barely listened to their music since then, but you can't deny the power of those singalongs.

FREE PIZZA FOR LIFE!

Ask them about The Homestead in Southampton - always fun seeing them there, it's a house with a massive conservatory where they have acoustics play. Tell them Matt from Guildford says hi.

Also, anyone who's got a chance to see Frightener on tour with Pulling Teeth in the US - DO IT. Brutal, hateful stuff. Nice guys though. Ask Jack (singer) if you can see the two coke cans he carries around with him, and Sam (one of the guitarists) will probably be very happy if you can point him in the direction of a blaze as well.

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MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Arson Equity posted:

Matt, my friend from hackney or wherever introduced me to the bassist while I was in the UK last so we hung out and vegged all night and morning, they're awesome. Sat around talking about tour and british sitcoms. I'll be in the UK next march too if you want to hang out. Pulling Teeth was awesome too- Harms Way and Weekend Nachos opened. For a bigger venue (Reggie's in Chicago) a lot of people came out with some excellent mosh.

Class, let me know when you're over. We're not talking Pinky or Fingers by any chance are we?

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Oh, and this'll probably mean nothing to most people, and most of the rest'll probably hate them, but I just got back from seeing Carter USM's 10 year reunion gig at Brixton Academy. loving hell that was good.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Mike_V posted:

What the gently caress, they're still together? What an awesome rock and roll band.

To note, I only have heard 1992: The Love Album but it is awesome.

Well, they split up 10 years ago, played four songs at Four For Wiz (tribute to Wiz from Mega City Four when he died) earlier this year. Then they decided to do two full length reunion shows - Glasgow Barrowlands last weekend, and then Brixton Academy last night. The Glasgow one's out on DVD already. loving ace.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


happinessSam posted:

drat, I really wanted to go to that, but I had to make a choice between that or the NOFX gig tonight, and I chose NOFX (money problems ). What was the set list?

You'd better hope NOFX are good otherwise you should really regret your choice. Here's the London set list:

Surfin USM
Everytime A Churchbell Rings
My Second To Last Will And Testament
Say It With Flowers
Rubbish
Billys Smart Circus
Taking Of Peckham 1-2-3
Do Re Me
This Is How It Feels
Anytime Anyplace Anywhere
The Only Living Boy In New Cross
Prince In A Paupers Grave
Shoppers Paradise
After The Watershed
RSPCE
Glam Rock Cops
Lean On Me
The Impossible Dream
Bloodsport For All
The Music Nobody Likes
A Perfect Day To Drop The Bomb

England
A Sheltered Life
Rent
Sheriff Fatman
GI Blues

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


happinessSam posted:

Damm, that must have been fantastic. Nofx was ok. The crowd was great but the mix was terrible and the set list was so so. You could hardly hear the vocal, and even the between songs banter, which is half of what makes their gigs so much fun ,I couldn't hear.

And to add insult to injury I lost my mobile sometime in the mosh pit.

It was, it was. Shame about NOFX, but I'm glad with the choice I made.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Built for Brutality posted:

Anyone going to day 1 of This is Not a Fest at Gilman tonight?

edit: Gehenna may or may not play.

Are you kidding me? I think I know someone who's flown out especially to see them. From the UK.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Mike_V posted:

Matt, what is the general opinion over in England (especially I guess amongst the '77 crowd) of American hardcore from the 80s? I ask because when I saw Henry Rollins talk he was talking about his experience lead singing for the Ruts farewell show and he thought it seemed that they thought he couldn't pull it off initially (obviously changed their minds afterwards).

It's pretty much a different crowd, and some of them still have an attitude that nothing that came after counts for anything. Mainly that just seemed like a strange combination - The Ruts with Rollins singing. It's not who you'd immediately think of, is it?


This weekend was all about the Zatopeks in Guildford. Class Ramones style punk stuff - half of them live in London, and half have moved to Berlin. Kind of makes band practices hard for them, but they're loving ace. That was Saturday, Sunday was a free all dayer in Brighton.

The lovely Limits were the highlight of that. Trust me, you definitely want to listen to stuff by this band. On repeat. A lot. Two 7"s out on December 1st. Dumb thing was this Toronto psychobilly band called Creepshow playing. Not for what they played, but for selling shirts for £14, and CDs for £12. Paid less than that at Brixton Academy for a Carter USM shirt.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Sounds like New York was a blast. Lucky bastard.

Like I said, Limit's record release is on 1st December, so I'll pick you up a copy of the two 7"s that are out that day if you want?

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Competition posted:

I feel so ashamed of my vinyl...
http://www.notpopular.com/board/vie...forum=1&start=0

p.s. B9 might be tolerable if they split it into sub-forums to dilute the poo poo, but as it is: it''s terrible. I don't even want to know what viv is if it's considered to be worse.

Ah, Das Oath. My mate Ellis has a shitload of their stuff - including the Cum Shot edition version of some 7" and the Das Oath vibrator. Class band. We put them on in Guildford on Halloween a few years ago and it was loving nuts. Other bands were all in fancy dress (Twofold, November Coming Fire, xJackox and maybe one more). Singer from Das Oath ended up with some kid's teeth rammed into his forehead, and I had to take him shopping for stera-strips at the 24 hour Tesco to keep the wound closed because he didn't want to go to hospital. People were cleaning fake blood off the ceiling till about 3am and still had to come back to do more the next day.

Viva La Vinyl - think C-Zine, but worse record nerdery from skramz kids.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Went and saw Shemer, lovely Limits and some others up in Kingston on Friday. Good times. Some pics here if anyone's interested. Shermer're gruff punk stuff, I've gone on about the Limits pretty often on here.

Sunday was a bugger - drove up into London to see Holy Ghost Revival, got there and found they'd already played before 8:30pm. drat. Went drinking at another bar with £1 a shot Jaegermeister with Connor and co while a metal covers band were playing. Turned out to be a good night.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Speaking of French bands, anyone heard of one called Human Kaos? Got a split of theirs with Pledge Alliance, and it was seriously good. Also, Krap Nek - dodgy name, but loving ace band. Metallic hardcore kind of stuff.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


lovely Limits record release show on Saturday. Carnage. Tired now.

Pics if anyone's interested: http://www.mattwpbs.com/gallery2/v/20071201_Guildford/

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Arson Equity posted:

hosed Up links some of their tracks on their website. Their sound varies a LOT and they have a few experimental things thrown in. Get the "Epics in Minutes" CD or the Litany 12" LP (not 7" EP called Litany) to get a pretty good idea of the early sound.

True. Also get the Hidden World album. I believe there's going to be some hosed Up shows without the rest of the bill.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


theEZkill posted:

i hear the more you talk poo poo on bad bands your hxc cred goes up. confirm / deny?

Fixed that for you. House show on Friday was fun - mate's 21st, friend's bands playing in the front room, people diving off stairs, window sill and shelf, fireworks outside, neighbour complaining, inflatable shark wrestling.

Just what hardcore should be about.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


p0isonxfree posted:

I've been sleeping on Coke Bust forever but finally checked em out since they've been brought up in here so much. Super loving good.

Know anywhere with some MP3s online?

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Arson Equity posted:

http://www.myspace.com/cokebust

My friend puts out their record, if you want any matt.

http://www.myspace.com/thirdxpartyrecords

FPO lp whenever it gets sorted out.. they were going to tour but their visas didnt get through apparently.

Yeah, that'd be cool. I've still got those two lovely Limits 7"s and the t-shirt for you. Want to do just make it a like for like swap?

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


xkeyboardxmoshx posted:

i'm new and poo poo yo, but like

what's the consensus on scoreoneforsafety here?

Who?

(as in, I've never heard of them - who are they?)

MattWPBS fucked around with this message at 15:24 on Jan 12, 2008

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Trashfest 2008's just had the first few bands announced.

quote:

trashfest 2008

posted by: martheun on 16 January 2008

After 12 editions of Trashfest in 9 years time, we’ ll be moving away from our spot at Hoogeveen (Het Podium) To an entirely new location in a different city. Trashfest will now be held in Steenwijk at De Buze [https://www.buze.nl]. It’ s a venue at the side of Steenwijk’s centre, with room for 300 visitors and an outdoor stage for 400 visitors. We’re really glad with the change of location. Although we are really grateful Het Podium was able to help us out, there were some minor set back in the last couple of years that have been resolved by starting in this new better location. Trashfest is held from 19 till 22nd of June.

There will be a camping site within a 5 minute walk, including showers and such.

This year we’ll introduce a new element at the festival.

On Friday 6 bands with their own repertoire will play a tribute set of a band they admire.

The first names are:
The Real Danger vs. Descendents
Civil Terror vs. Metallica
Gewapend Beton vs. Zero Boys
Reproach [bel] vs. Negative Approach
Straight A's vs. One Life Crew

After that we’ re happy to announce that the Ka Ka Karaokeband will play a blistering set of punk & pop classics with you! as their frontman.
Vindictive will provide the music for the

Open Dutch Mosh Contest 2008

The first names for trashfest 2008 are:
Off Minor [usa] https://www.myspace.com/offminor
Rise and Fall [bel] https://www.riseandfall.org/
Discarga [bra] https://www.myspace.com/discarga
The Holy Mountain [usa] https://www.myspace.com/theholymountain
Autistic Youth [usa] https://www.myspace.com/autisticyouth
End of a Year [usa] https://www.myspace.com/endofayear
Bombenalarm [ger]
Loser Life [usa] https://www.myspace.com/loserlife
The Now Denial [ger] https://www.myspace.com/thenowdenial
The Hunger https://www.myspace.com/thehungernl
Black Shape Of Nexus [ger] https://www.myspace.com/sadhusonofabitch
LosingxStreak [bel] https://www.myspace.com/losingxstreak
Attack Vipers! [uk] https://www.myspace.com/attackvipers
Depressive State [ger] https://www.myspace.com/depressivestate
Masshysteri https://www.myspace.com/masshysteri
Cracks In The Wall https://www.myspace.com/cracksinthewall
Shredder [bel] https://www.myspace.com/shreddertrashcore
Adolf Butler https://www.myspace.com/adolfbutler
Padded Cell [nl] https://www.myspace.com/paddedcellband
Heimlich Manoeuvre https://www.myspace.com/heimlichmanoeuvreyooo
More names will follow soon……..

Reservations can be made through: trashfest@gmail.com
Contact: martheun@buze.nl

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Also, people should check out Cold Ones from Liverpool.

GTRKM is a loving tune and a half.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Annoying thing in the UK is when bands don't make it over the channel due to the cost/work permits/border checks/etc. Especially with South American bands - only found out I Shot Cyrus were in Europe about three days before they were playing Holland/Belgium and couldn't get over there.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Grigori Rasputin posted:

Anyone got good punk/hardcore/metal web radio recommendations? I haven't been able to find anything good that isn't like 50% bad 90's punk. Especially interested in new/underground poo poo as to keep abreast.

i'm stuck listening to everything but the girl and some synth-pop song about doing cocaine on woxy plz send help

Dissonance is a good podcast. Not a live 24/7 stream, but it's a good listen.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Grigori Rasputin posted:

Ahhhh, that looks like it's up my alley. It looks like it's all over enough to do it for me.

There's a huge archive to work through as well.

But seriously, how can you not like a podcast that has Discharge, Vile, The Ergs! and The Descendents in one programme?

quote:

Playlist:
...
Minor Threat - Minor Threat (demo) |
Socialcide - Socialcide |
Nightstick Justice - Sick and Tired |
Cold World - Can It Be So Simple |
Battalion of Saints - Second Coming |
F-Minus - Victim in Pain (Agnostic Front) |
Barfight - Barfight |
Discharge - Dooms' Day |
Gut Instinct - Vicious Circle |
Deep Sleep - I'm on Top |
Mega City Four - Android Dreams |
Government Warning - Arrested |
The Beat - Rock n Roll Girl |
Violent Minds - Eyes of Death |
Double Negative - Retro Abortion |
Citizens Arrest - Touch n Go |
Vile - 5 to 10 |
Blitz - 45 Revolution |
McRad - Prevent This Tragedy |
Screaming Lord Salba - Wheels of Fire |
Trapped Under Ice - Soul Vice |
The Ergs - Sneak Attack |
The Ergs - Society Hill |
Wasted Time - Leech / No Shore |
All - She's My Ex |
Mensen - Kicked Out / Kicked In (Dead Moon) |
Hellacopters - Bullet (Misfits) |
Lemmy w/ Rollins Band - Thirsty & Miserable (Black Flag) |
Damnation A.D. - Fed Up (Judge) |
Descendents - I'm the One (demo w/ Chad Price) |
Webster - 1000 Letters |
Three - Swann Street |
Law and Order - Punks Like Us Get Nothing |
The Thumbs - Bruno Batta |
The Confusers - Knock Knock |

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Not an Anthem posted:

Argh don't say Vile, I missed ordering the Parts Unknown repress of their LP

I'm in London the 23-29th of March visiting my sister, which means I miss both of the Repos' last shows and miss driving to see 86 Mentality's last show. However that also means killer vegan grub at Pogo and days of record shopping.

One Foot in the Grave/Poison Planet/For Granted/Humanoids played yesterday, Poison Planet was excellent.

Remind me closer to the time if you want to know what else is on, but if you feel like catching the train down to Southampton on the 23rd (hour and a half, two hours each way), you can see Seein' Red play one of two dates in the UK.

PS: Get into trouble? NOT ME.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


How the hell did you all end up with new usernames?

I'm confused now.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


rivals posted:

I paid for mine. Arson Equity probably did the same I'd imagine.

You know, I never noticed you could do that before.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Not an Anthem posted:

Might try to be at any of the shows between Feb 25 and 29

Your best bet's the Brighton Engine Room show. It's a bit of a fun sponge venue, but at least it's smaller and not a larger show with Gallows.

I'd have said the Fighting Cocks one in Kingston, but that's just outside your time frame. lovely Limits are playing that one, and it should be a laugh.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


RagingPawn posted:

Was in traffic all the way so missed out on the first band, SSS, but I've been told they sucked.

Your friends are liars.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Agent Bob posted:

Haha, I'm actually in the Lehigh Valley scene. If you care, we are going really strong.

I saw Paint It Black were playing Jan's Room. Was it as hot, sweaty and insane as I guess it would be?

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


answersyouseek posted:

The Masshysteri record came out on Feral Ward. They are gonna be huge

Playing Guildford next Saturday. The Vicious were good when they came over, so this should be fun too.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


acup posted:

What a moron. I bet next he'll take a stroll through a ghetto in a clan robe.

Personally, I think the first part of that's loving funny, and a bunch of non-conformists beating someone up for doing something different even more funny.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


ChaosNonMusica posted:

So how does one play "straight edge vegan" music? What does it sound like?

Seriously, I'm straight edge and I think what the guy did is hilarious. gently caress hardline/militant edge dickheads. I never got bands that say that they're "straight edge bands". Straight edge isn't a loving style of music.

Snap, and exactly. Your choice of lifestyle (booze, sexuality, etc) does not affect the music you enjoy. Worst example was when I saw a local band on a flyer with the description "xlesbian guitaristx".

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


A5H posted:


We’re gonna get beat up (and it’ll only prove our point).


Foreshadowing lyric there. Anyone able to point me in the direction of some MP3s of this lot? Makes me feel like checking them out.

Things like this make me glad that the UK doesn't have this sort of problem with crews and stuff.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


I had a look on their site, and they had some linked ones on label sites, but they all seemed dead links. Ho hum.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Big Blue Violence posted:

They have 4 songs up on their myspace.

Can't get on there at work unfortunately.

Oh, and if we're talking about festivals, let's talk about how loving fun Trashfest is going to be this year.

martheun posted:

This year we've a new location. It's at De Buze in Steenwijk, The Netherlands. It's one of the oldest 'punk/metal venues of The Netherlands [1974] There is a small stage inside (for approx. 320 people) And we're using a intimate outdoor stage. Last year we had 550 visitors a day, since this venue is smaller we allow 400 reservations. We have 100 tickets left [on the 5th of March] if yoú'd like to visit the festival. Make a reservation by e mailing to: trashfest@gmail.com

The camping is just a 5 minute walk away.

19/20/21/22nd of June in De Buze, Steenwijk The Netherlands

Thursday 19th of June:
17.30 Doors Open
18.00 Jobcrusher http://www.myspace.com/jobcrusher
18.45 Cracks In The Wall http://www.myspace.com/cracksinthewall
19.35 Karaktermoord http://www.myspace.com/karaktermoord
20.25 Padded Cell [nl] http://www.myspace.com/paddedcellband
21.15 Mongoloids [usa] http://www.myspace.com/mongoloidsnj
22.05 Trashtalk [usa] http://www.myspace.com/trashtalkfu
22.55 Brito http://www.myspace.com/britoband
23.40 Off Minor [usa] http://www.myspace.com/offminor
00.25 The Gaslight Anthem [usa] http://www.myspace.com/thegaslightanthem
01.00 DJ: Dork
entree: 7 euro

Friday 20th of June
14.00 Doors Open
15.00 Desperate Cries http://www.myspace.com/desperatecries Indoors
15.30 The Hunger http://www.myspace.com/thehungernl Outdoors
16.00 Adolf Butler http://www.myspace.com/adolfbutler Indoors
16.30 The Rats [swe] http://www.myspace.com/666therats666 Outdoors
17.00 Straight A's vs. One Life Crew Indoors
17.30 PermanentXmark http://www.myspace.com/permanentxmark Outdoors
18.00 Rush n Attack vs. Kid Dynamite Indoors
18.30 Shredder [bel] https://www.myspace.com/shreddertrashcore Outdoors
19.00 Civil Terror vs. Metallica Indoors
19.30 Bitter End [usa] http://www.myspace.com/bitterend Outdoors
20.00 The Real Danger vs. Descendents Indoors
20.30 Meltdown [usa] http://www.myspace.com/meltdownisdestroying Outdoors
21.00 Tenement Kids vs. Fugazi Indoors
21.30 Reign Supreme [usa] http://www.myspace.com/reignsupremehardcore Outdoors
22.00 Reproach [bel] vs. Negative Approach Indoors
22.50 Rise and Fall [bel] http://www.riseandfall.org/ Indoors
23.35 Gewapend Beton vs. Zero Boys Indoors
00.20 Ka Ka Karaokeband [nl] Indoors
entree: €.15,-

Saturday 21st of June:

13.00 Doors Open
13.30 tbc Indoors
14.00 Depressive State [ger] http://www.myspace.com/depressivestate Outdoors
14.30 Black Shape Of Nexus [ger] Indoors http://www.myspace.com/sadhusonofabitch Outdoors
15.00 Hiro [fra] http://www.hiro.fr Indoors
15.30 Loser Life [usa] http://www.myspace.com/loserlife Outdoors
16.00 LetxDown [usa] http://www.myspace.com/letxdown Indoors
16.30 Hidden Charms [ger] http://www.myspace.com/hiddencharms Outdoors
17.00 The Now Denial [ger] http://www.myspace.com/thenowdenial Indoors
17.30 Attack Vipers! [uk] http://www.myspace.com/attackvipers Outdoors
18.00 LosingxStreak [bel] http://www.myspace.com/losingxstreak Indoors
18.30 Icos [swe] http://www.myspace.com/icosonline Outdoors
19.00 Discarga [bra] http://www.myspace.com/discarga Indoors
19.30 Titan [can] http://www.myspace.com/titanslays
20.00 OPEN DUTCH MOSH CHAMPIONSHIPS 2008 feat.Vindictive [nl] Indoors
20.30 Autistic Youth [usa] http://www.myspace.com/autisticyouth Outdoors
21.00Bombenalarm [ger] Indoors
21.30 Masshysteri http://www.myspace.com/masshysteri Outdoors
22.05 The Reactionaries http://www.myspace.com/wearethereactionaries Indoors
22.50 Dean Dirg [ger] http://www.myspace.com/deandirg Indoors
23.35 End of a Year [usa] http://www.myspace.com/endofayear
00.10 DJ Op
entree: €.15,-

Zondag:
Antillectual
Thrashington DC [fra] http://www.myspace.com/thrashingtondc
Anaphylactic Shock http://www.myspace.com/anaphylacticshock13
U Lock Justice [ger]
Cold Ones [uk] http://www.myspace.com/coldonesinyergut
+ Surprise act
+1 band
entree: €.5,-

entree passpatout: €.30,-
tijden: tba
eten: tba
slaapplaats: naast de venue
routebeschrijving: routenet.nl
website: http://www.trashfest.nl
contact: martheun@gmail.com

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Matt - encrypted reply: Should be seeing you at some point this week.

Normal post: JESUS loving CHRIST, IF YOU PEOPLE DO NOT loving CHECK OUT GERIATRIC UNIT (EX-HERESY) AND FIX ME (EX-E150) THERE IS SOMETHING TERRIBLY loving WRONG WITH YOU ALL. Saw Seein' Red (who I expect you all to already know and love), those two and a load more in Brighton on Saturday.

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Seeing as I've just posted this in some more local forums and stuff, I'll stick the links here in case anyone wants a look.

quote:

Video of all of Mike Park and Sundowner's sets at the Homestead in Southampton: http://www.mattwpbs.com/sitefiles/V...kHomestead.html

Photos of Sceptres and lovely Limits at the hosed Up gig at the Fighting Cocks in Kingston: http://www.mattwpbs.com/gallery2/v/20080301_Kingston/
Video of hosed Up at the same (warning, very bass heavy): http://www.mattwpbs.com/sitefiles/V...kHomestead.html

Photos of lovely Limits and Wankys in London (none of Geriatric Unit and Fix Me as I had a loving horrible headache: http://www.mattwpbs.com/gallery2/v/20080321_London/

Photos of Seein' Red, Fix Me, Geriatric Unit, Whole In The Head and Constant State Of Terror at Westhill Community Hall in Brighton: http://www.mattwpbs.com/gallery2/v/20080322_Brighton/

Photos of Seein' Red, Geriatric Unit, Attack! Vipers!, The Sceptres and Whole In The Head at the King Alf in Southampton: http://www.mattwpbs.com/gallery2/v/...23_Southampton/

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


I saw Frankie Stubbs and Duncan from Snuff doing acoustic stuff on Saturday. That was good.

edit: Here's some video. http://www.mattwpbs.com/sitefiles/Video/LondonFrankieDuncanGrosvenor.html

MattWPBS fucked around with this message at 08:51 on Mar 31, 2008

MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


Fun things to do in London in 12 days time.

quote:

LONDON THE OLD BLUE LAST.
FRI 11TH APR, 2008 8.00pm

HOLY TERROR PRESENTS....

Integrity (Live)
Brain Dead (Live)
Rot In Hell (Live)
Special Guests and DJs tba

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MattWPBS
Jun 17, 2004
I am the law, but an easily bribed kind of law.


I had to go find a picture of that. That is loving silly in such a good way.



Cheers for the stuff in return, and now we both know not to listen to Ola when it comes to food.

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