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DEFEND TROO POP PUNK!

seriously, though... this is what "punk" looks like to kids growing up in the Disney Channel generation. at least they're honest about their vocal talent, though, and aren't using auto tune. that way, new kids at shows can hear how much they suck.

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"Is she ok....SICK...WOOOAAHAHH" brootal

i like that his checking on her was timed to the music so they wouldn't lose the beat. and that he ended the "catch everyone" bit early to keep up with the "singing." is 25 too young to disappointedly say "Kids these days."?

EDIT: also, i'm not sure which i'd be more stoked for... a Civ tattoo, or seeing Gorilla Biscuits. preferably both.

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Wow, just looked this crap band up.... they been around since 2002. Although only the singers been in for that long, but still he's shit.

That dude has been doing this for 10 years? The rest of the band seems to have general problems keeping tempo and tuning in general.

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My son is in a band... better than these guys. But the same type of music in general. He was in a 3-piece heavy metal band when he was 15, that was a great band.

I'm not a fan of the moshing and stage diving, too easy to get hurt.. what happened to the days where we just sat in the seats and smoked our brains out all night.. kids these days....

Rob

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My son is in a band... better than these guys. But the same type of music in general. He was in a 3-piece heavy metal band when he was 15, that was a great band.

I'm not a fan of the moshing and stage diving, too easy to get hurt.. what happened to the days where we just sat in the seats and smoked our brains out all night.. kids these days....

Rob

I personally love the "mosh pits". Between the one Cannibal Corpse show or the Machine Head show I was at I had a blast. Did get some permanent scars but it was all in fun.

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since i grew up in umeå in northern sweden i grew upp stagediving pretty much all of the time...the 90's were sick, gigs all the time, all hardcore bands came through...good times!

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since i grew up in umeå in northern sweden i grew upp stagediving pretty much all of the time...the 90's were sick, gigs all the time, all hardcore bands came through...good times!

Wasn't Final Exit from there? I used to like them, haven't thought about them in years though.

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saw this on the bridge 9 board a few days ago.. would definitely suck to be that girl.

That would be where I got it from.

I really hate that place most of the time, but every now and then a little piece of gold pops up.

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That would be where I got it from.

I really hate that place most of the time, but every now and then a little piece of gold pops up.

Most definitely. I pretty much strictly visit the tattoo/weed threads on there anymore.

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