The weird thing isn't that you gave BMDB a bad review, it's that you gave the other bands good reviews. The other bands that played that night were just awful. It was really strange that people were so into them. The author of this article wasn't honest, he should have said that BMDB were unoriginal and the local bands all sounded like a group of kindergarteners were getting their stomachs pulled out of their mouths.
As far as I know, it's only available as a download: http://kingsofpleasure.bandcamp.com/ .
And the official band website is http://www.planetjammers.com
Here's a direct link to Planet Jam's new CD HTTP://WWW.CDBABY.COM/CD/PLANETJAM1
And where can I find this gem? In either vinyl or CD?
BRILLIANT article!! THIS is why you guys are my favorite band in the world!
Sam Carpenter? What a joke of a review
Wow! What an awesome reveiw! Love it! Hell yeah! Haha you nailed it man! Thats fucking awesome dude! Woo! LD420! Nuff said =P
Hell yeah these guys have what it takes!
Joshua....You did the boys of Lethal Dosage Proud with your article. :) Tucson needs to hear more about this up coming enthusiastic Metal Band...
You can stream/buy the album here:
Timmothy: Nine Questions is on a break, but one did appear on the Range today @ http://www.tucsonweekly.com/TheRange/archi…
You do realize this is still from Jan 9th ?
Loved this article. This band Broken Bells sorta reminds me of them. If you wanna check them out, their album is not on iTunes. http://smarturl.it/AfterTheDiscoStream
This cd sucks.This one out of one is terrible.
From Jan 9th. !!!
Got anything new ?
Last name Camacho and is sporting red laces on those stompers??????he also is was a bouncer...he looks maybe 145 pounds lol....don't take much to intimidate hipsters and emo dorks!
Machina Muerte is the name of a label in California! There are a lot of guys on it who do world wide battles to put out records....been around quite sometime. So these guys just did the norm and copy a name lol. That's what sucks about living in Tucson so many people copy what people do in other states instead of doing it our own original way.
What a really neat place the new Old Town Artisans has become. The dressed up bar and music, the new art stores…what a blast. You can shop or just kick back and relax. Nice alternative to the hyper-active downtown scene.
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