So Trent Reznor won an Oscar last night. I'm not sure how many more movie fanatics are on here, but I was shocked. First off, I guess I didn't pay close enough attention to notice that he did the score to the Social Network, but the dude actually won! Odd times. Good for him I guess.…Continue
Well its been a while since I been out here, I was in my last year of law school and I am finally done it was a long 2 years. I am going into entertainment law and I will also practice family, traffic and small claims. Anyhow its good to be back, How is everyone doing out here....?????????
Just out of curiosity, there any fellow redditors on here? I'm on that site daily (not really posting, just reading and voting). Just wanting to know if anyone else is on there. If so, add me. Al_Cadda
Added by Ross C on February 26, 2011 at 1:03pm —
In my writing I like to slip in references to art and music that I like. Call it a Poppy Z Brite habit. I learnt it from her. I feel it adds colour, especially if the references are obscure from the mainstream. I often refer to Sisters of Mercy, Bauhaus, Siouxsie and the Banshees... Bands that people "in the know" are aware of and would appreciate the inclusion to flavour the setting.
So, what I want to know is, Sal, would you mind horribly if I drop in references to APHND in my…
That was seriously one fast delivery. If anyone is familiar with the message board here, you may recall me mentioning I had one, and only one, music-related collectible, and calling it a "collectible" is a stretch to say the least (a Pantera concert ticket stub from 1994.) Well, after the mailman (or mailwoman... not sure as I never pay attention... let's just say mail PERSON) dropped off the mail today, I am proud to say I now have not ONE, but TWO music-related collectibles. I'm adding A Pale… Continue
The other day via Facebook (if you are not following APHND on Facebook, than DO IT!) there was a short update on "News coming soon about a label announcement". I wish you guys the best and hope you find a home at a label you can work with and enjoy. My fingers are crossed for Roadrunner! Anyway, there any news as of today? I know it hasn't been long since the Facebook update, but I've been thinking about it since.
I quite found this band by accident, while meandering through posts on the Type O site. Curiosity piqued based on what others had said, I clicked a link to Sal & Co's first live show as A Pale Horse Named Death. The song which was linked, "Devil In The Closet", sounded damn good.
Not satisfied with a live performance, I poked a bit further to see if there were some studio songs out there, and was pleasantly surprised to see that almost every song off of "And Hell Will Follow Me"… Continue
Our first show, I had an amazing night filled with new experiences, friends, family and just pure ROCK! It was so exciting as I looked across the stage to see some of the most influential people in my life all together! Johnny Kelly is a monster drummer, he just lays it down so solid with that classic feel. I almost stopped playing as Bobby Hambel ripped up his solos, his sound and style are undeniable! Eric Morgan has been amazing, his dedication and work ethic has been outstanding and I have… Continue