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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1170 on: July 21, 2021, 12:42:55 PM »
baltimore show was sick.  haven't been to an ottobar show that crowded since way before pandemic started
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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1171 on: July 21, 2021, 01:35:37 PM »
It makes me happy inside to see the HC thread at the top of the Music section every time I come here
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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1172 on: July 21, 2021, 06:07:46 PM »
It makes me happy inside to see the HC thread at the top of the Music section every time I come here

I am right there with you my dude!

This ones a little personal, but the screamo band I sang for like 7 years ago is going to be recording another ep next week. Been difficult to link back up with the dudes, between falling out of touch and them still living in California and me in Texas, itís been rough but Iím super stoked to make some more music with the dudes. We loved doing a cover of jeromes dream on the last record and want to do it again but with another band. If any pals want to offer their input or suggest something else, please by all means do. The following are the tracks Iíd like to cover:

https://youtu.be/Nbrteoipi_M
https://youtu.be/DR-rK7SgRZc
https://youtu.be/pKeOqhG9VBw

This is the track I really want to cover. Iíd have to record vocals in Texas because thereís no way we could get that shit done in the time Iím out there. But this is by far my favorite pageninetynine track and I think would be a super fun track to cover, plus itís about aliens and weird shit.

https://youtu.be/wnNFRMrpqWw
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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1173 on: July 22, 2021, 01:08:12 PM »
@Freelancevagrant That is (one of) my favorite NP tracks. They used to play pretty much every other show in my hometown, regardless of the lineup. I get psyched when I see people still appreciating them and JFFB.

Also psyched to hear you are going to get back to making music...do post when it is done.

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1174 on: July 23, 2021, 05:08:28 AM »
@Freelancevagrant That is (one of) my favorite NP tracks. They used to play pretty much every other show in my hometown, regardless of the lineup. I get psyched when I see people still appreciating them and JFFB.

Also psyched to hear you are going to get back to making music...do post when it is done.

Their side of the split with a days refrain weíre the first three tracks I heard by them and was absolutely blown away. Ive introduced them to a few homies and will always recommend listening to that split first. It is literally like the best intro into Neil Perry: Sorry for this misunderstanding, fading away like the rest of them, and looking back at the way you want to be.

I am just green with jealous rage you got to see jffb and neil perry. I realized like ten years ago that I will love Josh Jakubowski is in. Because I fucking adore hot cross too.

Hereís the only line up photo we ever took. A bunch of nerds post show in a Taco Bell parking lot, but prominently displayed are both my bootlegged jffb hoodie and our guitarists bootlegged Kodan Armada hoodie.

Iím always self conscious about sharing, but since you asked I will absolutely do so.



Also and to not derail the thread, here is hot crossí first full length, cryonics.

https://youtu.be/GB2WBUFK6Y0
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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1175 on: July 23, 2021, 06:21:44 AM »
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@Freelancevagrant That is (one of) my favorite NP tracks. They used to play pretty much every other show in my hometown, regardless of the lineup. I get psyched when I see people still appreciating them and JFFB.

Also psyched to hear you are going to get back to making music...do post when it is done.
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Their side of the split with a days refrain weíre the first three tracks I heard by them and was absolutely blown away. Ive introduced them to a few homies and will always recommend listening to that split first. It is literally like the best intro into Neil Perry: Sorry for this misunderstanding, fading away like the rest of them, and looking back at the way you want to be.

I am just green with jealous rage you got to see jffb and neil perry. I realized like ten years ago that I will love Josh Jakubowski is in. Because I fucking adore hot cross too.

Hereís the only line up photo we ever took. A bunch of nerds post show in a Taco Bell parking lot, but prominently displayed are both my bootlegged jffb hoodie and our guitarists bootlegged Kodan Armada hoodie.

Iím always self conscious about sharing, but since you asked I will absolutely do so.



Also and to not derail the thread, here is hot crossí first full length, cryonics.

https://youtu.be/GB2WBUFK6Y0

Hell yeah. I love all JFFB obvs but for me the two frontman era (with Joe doing Vox along with Larry) is the best.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEcE50kdD_c

I never had any shirts or anything from either band, but I remember when Welcome the Plague Year played their first show (with Envy from Japan and I think Malady) I was like "Yo, I'm going to buy so much of their merch!!!" and brought like $50, which I proceeded to lose pretty much as soon as I got to the show. Every time I saw them after that, they weren't selling shirts or anything. I think at one point I managed to snag a patch, though.

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1176 on: July 23, 2021, 07:31:45 AM »
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@Freelancevagrant That is (one of) my favorite NP tracks. They used to play pretty much every other show in my hometown, regardless of the lineup. I get psyched when I see people still appreciating them and JFFB.

Also psyched to hear you are going to get back to making music...do post when it is done.
[close]

Their side of the split with a days refrain weíre the first three tracks I heard by them and was absolutely blown away. Ive introduced them to a few homies and will always recommend listening to that split first. It is literally like the best intro into Neil Perry: Sorry for this misunderstanding, fading away like the rest of them, and looking back at the way you want to be.

I am just green with jealous rage you got to see jffb and neil perry. I realized like ten years ago that I will love Josh Jakubowski is in. Because I fucking adore hot cross too.

Hereís the only line up photo we ever took. A bunch of nerds post show in a Taco Bell parking lot, but prominently displayed are both my bootlegged jffb hoodie and our guitarists bootlegged Kodan Armada hoodie.

Iím always self conscious about sharing, but since you asked I will absolutely do so.



Also and to not derail the thread, here is hot crossí first full length, cryonics.

https://youtu.be/GB2WBUFK6Y0
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Hell yeah. I love all JFFB obvs but for me the two frontman era (with Joe doing Vox along with Larry) is the best.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEcE50kdD_c

I never had any shirts or anything from either band, but I remember when Welcome the Plague Year played their first show (with Envy from Japan and I think Malady) I was like "Yo, I'm going to buy so much of their merch!!!" and brought like $50, which I proceeded to lose pretty much as soon as I got to the show. Every time I saw them after that, they weren't selling shirts or anything. I think at one point I managed to snag a patch, though.

God damn it, that is an absolutely brutal story. Iíve had similar shit happen to me, but it was only like $20 and was at a comadre/graf orlock show.

From someone who missed seeing them by like 3-4 years, the two singer era looks like it had the best shows. Essentially since Youtube came out Iíve spent so many hours on watching shows and wishing for that way back machine.

I still do it literally all the time. Just trying to get paid for being a freelance screamo historian.

Also, if yíall want me to fuck off and just start a screamo thread I gladly will!  Iím not trying to be annoying as hell and spam yíall with what I know isnít everyoneís cup of tea.

These are a few good ones that I realllllly wish I got to see.

Hereís two singer era jffb in Newark, Delaware circa 99.
https://youtu.be/RjoCSlfJK5E

Hereís pageninetynine playing by the fireplace in white in a skatepark in ct, 2000. In the crowd you can see Jeff and Eric from jeromes dream, the dudes from love lost but not forgotten, and the dudes from breed/extinction. Been obsessed with this one for like 10 years.
https://youtu.be/qEgWTm2Ynjk

Hereís jeromes dreamís set from the same night. Jeffís vocals are absolutely unreal in this one.
https://youtu.be/U5nhxKAx9xM

These are from a show with jeromes dream and usurp synapse playing in a boxing ring in Bakersfield circa 2000.
https://youtu.be/mbonW6edqxI
https://youtu.be/7yJciNNFUOI

Last one is Saetia and Usurp Synapse covering Metallica.
Ft. A very unamused jay greene.
https://youtu.be/oFayp4W8cEk
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