ya, lovage is great. also a big fan of FNM and peeping tom. i haven't really had a chance to give tomahawk much of a listen though i'll get around to it eventually.
Even Mr. Bungle is better than Tomahawk. I will tell you this, at that 2001 show, G-d, I feel old, they got booed off the stage, lol! I felt bad because I respect mister Patton regardless that he is from Humboldt County.
I think JD hit it on the head. They sound like a bad imitation of FNM's Angel Dust. I would say skip.
But what do I know.
But Angel Dust is one of my favorite albums so I don't blame him for trying to emulate it. Seriously, lol, that album is better than sex, haha. LISTEN to it!!
I thought the last Tomahawk disc did a good job sounding different, but I get that they sound like FNM-lite. Hopefully the new album will change that.
I saw them open for Tool, too, and just like everyone else there I didn't like them at the time. That was before I even knew that was Patton, though.
punk rock drama
i love it. Kris Roe flips out on drummer (see the 4:50 mark):
That crap even made it onto TMZ.
Courtney Love planning Kurt Cobain musical, says manager | Music | guardian.co.uk
"[We] are currently working on a possible motion picture or Broadway musical based on the Nirvana catalogue, based on [Courtney's] life and Kurt Cobain's," Sam Lufti said. He wasn't talking idly: Lufti made the comments under oath, as part of his lawsuit against ex-client Britney Spears.
Pursued by the New York Daily News, Lufti made it clear that it will be a long time before we see something like Heart-Shaped Box: The Tale of Kurt and Courtney. "It's an idea," he said outside the courtroom. "I'm sorry. I can't say anything more." An unnamed "insider" explained that Love has been "talking about doing a movie or play about her life with Kurt for a long time" and that it's "her dream" to tell "her side of the story".
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