Monday, June 28, 2010

Additions & Subtractions

Bike Tuff had to drop the PFA show tomorrow unfortunately. Andrew is looking for another band to play, hopefully someone else hops on, but for now it's just us and PFA. 6:30, Division Gallery. PFA plays the Garden Bowl with Louder Than Bombs and Ashers afterwards. The Division Gallery show is 3 bucks, the Garden Bowl show is free I think. In other show news, Retribution has been added to the Cipher show. Come get sick for them....and everybody else. We are going in on July 31st to record 2 new songs with Kevin Kitchel in Lansing. More info on when these jams will see the light of day later.

Friday, June 25, 2010

Prayers for Atheists show IS Happening!

The PFA show this Tuesday the 29th will be going down. The venue did change though. It is now happening at the Division Gallery in Detroit. In addition to PFA and us, Bike Tuff is also playing. It's an early jam, we go on at 6:30. The show is just 3 dollars. PFA will be playing a second set right afterwards at the Garden Bowl, so either way, be sure to check them out.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Summer's Jumpin' Off!

Many thanks to Ryan once again for having us in Grand Rapids at the Meltdown; it was a lot of fun. I got to watch Posi Kevin do a whole lotta fist pumping, Aaron started the most crucial circle pit of the night, and Jon from Deathskin got a new nickname....if you see him make sure you salute him henceforth as "RonJon". Check out Shattered Badge if you get a chance, Ryan plays bass in that band and Brandon from Xtra Vomit destroys his drums. They were awesome! In related events, the new Deathskin Razors CD and the new Cloud Rat LP were both unleashed upon the world yesterday. Be sure to track those puppies down!

This is a big week in Detroit for the Core. Monday at Refuge is Burning Love, End Trails, etc., Tuesday at the Stick is Foundation, Gravemaker, Vogel, and most importantly, the coming out party for Retribution, Wednesday at Smalls is the official Deathskin CD release show with Murphy's Law (Jimmy Gestapo will always hold a special place in my heart), and Thursday we are playing in Royal Oak at Club 309 with Xerxes, Damages, and End Trails. So you should certainly be able to meet your USDA recommended allotments of headbanging and mashing this week. Lastly, the Prayers for Atheists show Tuesday, June 29th originally scheduled for the Trumbullplex is now up in the air. It may still be at the T-Plex, it may be somewhere else. We will post it when we know. Wow! That is a lot of stuff going down. Summer 010' represent!
Scobie Trice