I found this new band from Baton Rouge that is soon coming out with their first ever full length album. I can hear so many different influences in their music (because they are all over the place) and I'm really excited about it. They play here often, so I hope to see them at One Eyed Jacks in August.
I think i know why i look so young..im told i look atleast 16....and theyve been sayin this for over 17 years....at 15 i dont know if he was a REAL vampire or not..but i was bitten by him...shoved into the center of a pentragram, was forced to repeat every spell, and generally got sick at 21....at 25 my teeth fell out and the stubs got pulled, at 33 on march 3rd my whole body went into shut down mode .i swear i may be a vampire, a ghoul, a familiar or a warewol
The Leeds based rock band Eagulls came up with a pretty smart, albeit nauseating, way to get the anxious mood across in their song “Nerve Endings,” and apparently it led to some police involvement. The murky video consists of a pig brain, acquired from a local butcher shop, left out to rot and filmed in high-speed. Hazy footage of the band plays over it, but your eyes are definitely drawn to the slowly decomposing organ, which eventually is overcome with maggots and devoured completely. Apparently during the filming someone came across the brain and camera, and assumed something very Quacked up was happening and called the authorities. In the words of Eagulls frontman George Mitchell: “Some guy had come round to sort the gas out ‘cos we hadn’t paid the bill. He’d gone downstairs, seen there was some quacking brain rotting and called the coppers.” Despite getting their door kicked down, it seems like everything worked out.