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  1. Another release for Solar Flare Records! We'll be releasing Chicago's combo AMERICAN HERITAGE new album entitled Prolapse : PREORDER SLF016 :: AMERICAN HERITAGE - Prolapse LP & CD out November 24th 2014 LISTEN TO « ANXIOUS BEDWETTER » PREMIERED AT REVOLVER MAGAZINE ORDER HERE Prolapse leads with six cranked-up AMERICAN HERITAGE originals followed by three covers, the album energizing the listener from the lead riff of opening track, “Eastward Cast The Entrails.” Yet it’s the second track, “Anxious Bedwetter,” which takes the whiplash level up a notch, with jacked-up rhythms and layered leads thundering in and out in a mesmerizing, epic attack. A highlight of the album, this one will not just reel in the diehards who have followed the progression of AMERICAN HERITAGE since their 1996 foundation, but pretty much anybody into forward-thinking, sludge-touched riffery of Mastodon, Keelhaul, Tombs and Hull should not walk away disappointed. TRACKLIST : 1. Eastward Cast the Entrails 2. Anxious Bedwetter 3. Obliviocrity 4. Constant and Consuming Fear of Death and Dying 5. Mask Of Lies 6. Blackbird 7. Hürtin’ Crüe [Descendents Cover] 8. Thirsty and Miserable [black Flag Cover] 9. Bulletproof Cupid [Girls Against Boys Cover] Prolapse was produced by Sanford Parker at SOMA Studios with additional recording by Mike Lust (Tight Phantomz, Football) and Che Arthur (Pink Avalanche), with additional vocals and guitars from Lust, and Parker supplying keyboards and handling mixing duties, and Jeffrey Lohrber (Enabler, Today is the Day) contributing vocals to a track. Vinyl infos : :: 500 LPs on two different colours : - 200 A Side / B Side (Grey and Baby Pink) - 300 Black :: Mate laminated jacket :: Download code :: Price : 11.90€ + shipping CD version and digital available SOLAR FLARE RECORDS : Website | Bandcamp | Facebook | Twitter | Web Store | Youtube | Soundcloud | Instagram AMERICAN HERITAGE : Twitter | Facebook
  2. Hey everyone. I. Love. Burgers. Ever since I was a young lad they've been my favorite food. I know as a grown-ass adult I should probably like something else more, but I don't. Come in here to talk about your favorite burger. Recipes, post 'em. Favorite burger someplace? Tell us. I'd really like to know good places to go to get burgers too! I'll start it off. Here in Portland, OR there are a couple great places to get burgers. Killer Burger: Awesome burgers here, great fries too! I like their Jose Mendoza, Black Molly, and Peanut Butter burgers best. Wifey is partial to the classic. Produce Row: This place has other good stuff too, but I loooooove their house burger or whatever it's called. It has some kind of mustard-y sauce on it that is awesome. Again, great fries. Little Big Burger: Almost sliders here, but they're still 1/4 lb patties. Their ketchup used to be better before they started making their own actual "ketchup" part. It used to be Heinz mixed with honey and sriracha...omg. So good. I actually think I like swiss on my burgers here. I'm drawing a blank right now, but I'll add more when I remember them! I'd like to try Boogie's Burgers. If anyone has been there, lemme know what's up. Your burger buddy, John
  3. looking for a copy of the cheese 45 by less than jake, preferably with the insert
  4. Okay VC, so I'm not trying to be judgmental here, even though I really am being judgmental. And I apologize if I offend anyone or come off as disrespectful to those here who may have ear gauges. But this is a music forum and I'm generally not into the 2000s rock music scene, so I ask those of you who are into this scene and have experience with it: what's the deal with ear gauges? I never understood the trend. Why is/was this so popular among "scene" kids and the now boarder line extinct hardcore/emo scene? If you have your ears gauged, why? What is their purpose? Do you like the attention you receive from them, is that what they're about? Gauges are strange because they're only used/in practice with that little screamo/modern day "pop punk" community. I'm aware of their use in ancient cultures, but in the modern day world they're only worn by kids who like screamo/hardcore/pop punk music. Whereas things like tattoos and piercings have no cultural/musical boundaries. I've discussed this with many friends over the years and everyone thinks they're disgusting and unattractive. Even some of my friends who have them agree that they are disgusting and give off a "cottage cheese" odor if you don't wash your ears or clean your gauges. That's pretty disgusting. But I've never been able to get anyone to answer why they had them.. And I don't understand. So my main question here is, why? What is the purpose of permanently stretching yours ears and making them smelly?
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