Once Every Few Months

While I personally can’t stand the comments of youtube videos, I also have some morbid fascination with reading some of the bile that people put on there. Can’t help myself apparently. It’s not often that I find a comment in youtube that makes me laugh, but the one on this song I found quite entertaining.

~Band starts playing~ “I wish that everyone I knew was dead” ~Band stops playing and gives him dirty looks~

I just like that. Great opening line for a song too =) total class.

Highly Suspect – Serotonia

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Cedar

Looks like these guys have a new album on the horizon, Poison The Parish. Boy sure takes me back hearing them, their songs (Fine Again and Driven Under in particular) from Disclaimer II, sure do take me all the way back to high school. Weird!

Seether – Let You Down

Well Sheeeeeeeeet

Much to my surprise, today marks my 260th post which means I’ve done the equivalent of 52 weeks worth! Wowsa! Considering I buggered off for about 2 months there not long after starting this roller-coaster, I’m happy to have finally hit this mark. As a special hooray, here’s a long live performance by a dude I found through the tv series Roadies (it receives mixed reviews but I found it pretty entertaining and recommend checking it out). This guy kills it on guitar. Pretty damn awesome. Got a real Jack White/Black Keys vibe going. Also, I may or may not have a brief hiatus for a week to stock up on some musical suggestions. Depending how the mood takes me… And thanks for listening/checking/following guys! Keep on rocking!

Reignwolf – Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

Bonus clip from Roadies.

This Is…

I’m not sure what’s up with the brain this week… Seem to be living in a foggy state. Words don’t come so easy… Welp, this song came on today during my motivational music shuffling, and boy it really has grown on me. Some grungy upbeat rock, it sure feels good for the soul. This is off the 2015 album, Two Hands. An enjoyable romp of a video too.

Turbowolf – Solid Gold

Gar Age/Glo Om Roc K

I must say I like the term gloom as a contender for a new genre, although I’m not sure that this song is quite gloomy enough for me to fall under that category, despite what the band says. Garage rock on the other hand seems pretty apt. Reminds me a bit of Earlimart and some very obscure old songs by Ash (of all bands). And hey, there’s like, ships, and seas, and grey skies on the album cover. That’s cool right?

Tombstones In Their Eyes – My Head Is Fighting Me