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24/04/2008

New LJ Post []M[etal as ]H[ell]

[ mood | stoked. ]
[ music | um… ain’t it obvious? ]

Sea of Treachery’s cover of “Misery Business” IS better than the original version. Faces will be melted. Floors will be punched. Change will be picked up. Limbs dismembered.

but really, this is just a note to the dudes in the band:

Thanks, guys, for taking the time to cover a Paramore song. For whatever reason you did, I’m siked. (edit: it’s just easier to spell it this way haha) to hear it covered by a band in a totally different scene. It rules. The gang vocals at the end of the bridge is an amazing addition. I must admit, I was expecting a change up in the guitar solo but sticking with the original is fine by me. Good luck on the road and with the release of the new record.

Everyone: Sea of Treachery’s ‘At Dagger’s Drawn’ comes out April 29th. Do it, to it.

love,
h-bomb

Posted by: Jess in Uncategorized
21/04/2008

Paramore Have Been Nominated for best New artist…

… at the MTV Italy Awards.

Vote for them by clicking here.

Posted by: Jess in Uncategorized
20/04/2008

“New” Layout

This is not really “new”. I uploaded it 2 weeks ago to the Spanish section and now I decided to uploaded it here too.

It’s pretty simple but nice. I hope you all like it as much as I do.

Posted by: Jess in Uncategorized
20/04/2008

New LJ Post [thank you.]

just a quick thank you to those of you who came out to our show at Cat’s Music in Franklin to support indie retail. please support your local record shops and indie retailers. buy physical records!!! the digital world will survive without you. again, thanks for coming out to the show… we had a blast. and an extra special thank you to those of you who walked out the door with records in your hands :)

see you at a show!

Posted by: Jess in Uncategorized
19/04/2008
19/04/2008

New Livejournal post [LIFE.]

melancholy.

we are in springfield, missouri. just left bass pro shop/outdoor world. today is one of those days, where i feel like if i were at home, in franklin… i’d just want to lay around all day like a sloth. watch a few movies, maybe grab starbucks down the street and bring it back home. maybe cook something??? okay, yeah… probably not. it’s just one of those days. instead, however, i’m sitting around on the bus. talledega nights is on the television in the front lounge and i’m in the back lounge listening to it and watching people walk on and off the bus. is this an exciting story or what?

we don’t play missouri too often. i’m excited to see how the show goes. the venue is really nice… big, as most of them have been, recently. it’s definitely weird playing these half-arenas. (“i never realized how easy it was to half an arena with a machete…” sorry. just a quick ‘Walk Hard’ reference). lately, i’ve really missed those 300-400 cap rooms. heck, even smaller than that. pontiac grille, anyone? or what about the new brooklyn tavern? i think about those shows every night when we’re playing. especially when asking how many people in the crowd have never seen us before. some of these kids are seeing us play for the first time in these huge halved arenas. how crazy is that? it’s not sad… really, although some people might think so. it’s actually pretty ridiculous, haha. they must think we are big time, or something. all this is to say, i can’t really believe where we are right now. it’s weird that i almost forgot where it started. that’s why we had to go home for a whole month and just get away from the hype. we can’t forget where it started… you know? when we do, it’s just pointless.

every band i’ve ever loved, i always saw in really small clubs. other than when i saw coldplay in ’03 at the reiman auditorium. i don’t know really what it’s like to one day be one person out of 10 at a show and then next thing you know, be wrestling kids to get to the front in some half arena. the closest thing i know to that is seeing coheed in ’03 at the Muse, then Rocketown in ’04 (with AFI and Thursday!!!) and then seeing them the past couple years at the warped tour… playing to huge crowds. but at that point, our band had tour passes so i really didn’t have to work that hard to see their set. i really don’t know what it’s like to follow a band the way some of you have followed us and worked hard to stay connected with us as we’ve tried to stay connected with you. so, thank you guys… for sticking with us. hangin in the long ass lines. everything. it’s awesome. and if you are just now getting into all of this, welcome and thank you too, for all the support and enthusiasm you’ve shown.

this was almost a pointless post… but i feel really good about it.
these kind of days are really good, sometimes :)

ps. dear and the headlights are amazing.

Location:bus. springfield.
Mood:melancholy
Music:death in the park.

Posted by: Lidia in Uncategorized

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