Well, we spend ours building a new rehearsal space into our favorite hangout. After we were finished, we were so excited exhausted that we took kind of a slow start rehearsing. But right now we're up to some things. We're starting to record a couple of songs with our friend Hub at the end of this week. And guess what, we're also going to play a show:
PxNxGx Whoresnation Tojinbo Bitterness
Brown Attention Armageddon
Originally, the late Daniel Blage was involved in setting this up. He also would have played with his own band. After Daniel passed away the people at the Hirscheneck have decided to let bands play that were friends with Daniel. So this night will be a way to remember our friend by celebrating what he loved. We're glad to be a part of that.
Update: Apparently Blood I Bleed and Suffering Quota have cancelled their tour and won't play in St. Ingbert. Instead Burt will be playing alongside Krush and ourselves. 06 Apr 2012 @ Juz St. Ingbert
We have two shows coming up that Moshfred of Bitterness Exhumed has set up:
24 Mar 2012 @ Uni Kaiserslautern
w/ The Sexy Drugs, Scars Come Clean & Ghost Of Wem
06 Apr 2012 @ Juz St. Ingbert
w/ Krush, Blood I Bleed & Suffering Quota
We've got some vague plans for a couple of shows as well as for recording again (as soon as we have moved to our new rehearsal space). Nothing's really fixed, so we'll let you know as soons as we know.
Sometimes, life can be so unfair that you can barely cope. Today we've learned that our friend Daniel Blage passed away yesterday. We lose a friend that's been as loveable, generous, funny and enjoyable as any of us can only hope to ever be. We feel totally crushed and devastated - words can't do justice to how we feel. And words can never do any justice to the great person he was. Thank you, Daniel, for every moment we could be with you. These memories will stay forever. We miss your very much and we always will.
Ok, this is it. We`re about to enter the Halle 14 in Karlsruhe at January, the 21st.
Numerous amazing Bands will join this event. It will be a Soli Show for the local
Concert Group called Kgruppe. They run completely out of money, so they have
to refill their wallets to get more great bands for you listening pleasure!!!
Germanys leading Doom Band b.son are the headlining Band for this evening.
Woohoo, three show without a line up change. Actually, that's a new record for us. Besides that, that was also our first show abroad. I tell you, we're going to be huuuuuuuuuuuge! But seriously our France trip was great. David and Alex had made the way to Freiburg the day before to attend the Weekend Nachos/Deathrite/Cancer Clan show at the Schattenparker place. This was a fun night as well, but that story won't be told here. We'll just leave it with saying it all had to do with pizza ingredients and a lot of a drink called "Mexican".
So Dan met with his band mates and the Hellborn Messiah guys at the latter's rehearsal space. After we put all neeeded gear into two cars we somehow managed to put all band members into those vehicles as well and left for the border.
By the time we arrived in the Vosges mountains it was past nightfall so weren't able to enjoy the beautiful landscape yet. When we arrived at Le Thillot, Deathrite had already come as well as the young French band Mazettegrindfack who opened the night playing their first show. They were quite young boys and seemed to have brought all their schoold buddies. Those French kids were about to party - when we set up for playing as the second band of the night, everyone in the audience seemed to be quite drunk.
Our show, however, wasn't really our best. Some songs went pretty chaotic, let's blame it on the sub-optimal sound at that venue (and, granted, on us being a bit short on rehearsals lately). However we made it through our set quite okay and the kids seemed to enjoy it as well. Deathrite and Hellborn Messiah absolutely nailed it that night. Both did really impressing shows.
Afterwards we had another twenty minute drive to our booker's place where three German bands and our French hosts hung out for a couple of hours. Alex was lucky enough to get a nice present by one of the house cats (a dead mouse of course). And meeting some really young kittens the next morning was the absolute highlight beforel leaving homewards. And this was a nice drive! A sunny fall day finally let us enjoy the amazing landscape. Thanks everybody!