Speaking to Album) Vegas radio station X He continued: "I don't know why we aren't coming out with an album. It's very disheartening, because it seems like we all get along, we all have a great time touring, we still are putting together really good music.
I think that we can put out a fantastic album. Singer Serj Tankian — long speculated to be the holdout on recording — not long ago said that a new album was not on the radar. I've got a lot of stuff going on right now on my own, and trying to get all those releases out and work on them. But we've really been enjoying playing together on tour and having a blast, and I think our performance is actually better than it's ever been in our heyday.
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Post Traumatic EP. Rock Phenomenon. It's interesting to note that a guy by the name of Simon Bob "Sinister" whom we'll get to in a moment worked at the Hanes Mall Record Bar, had considered singing for them before he moved to Durham. Anyhow, in Subculture only performed in Winston-Salem about 5 times, since the only place to play was a Deli called Pockets that had shows after hours.
As usual, the more experienced bands like C. Inspired by their local success, the record contract and the chance to have a wild summer, this group of 16 year olds did a tour to the Midwest and back, often playing with other up and Ill Gotten Gains - First Down - World Service (Vinyl groups like NOFX. Their ages and their success did not make a good mix, however, and the most well recognized group from Winston-Salem rapidly disbanded. Hey, let's not forget about that Simon Bob guy I mentioned earlier.
These guys were a great combo and the good word soon spread. When they began to frequently play out, the between city gig trading quickly grew to include Durham. Of course, the only place to play in Durham was St. John's Cultural Center, Ill Gotten Gains - First Down - World Service (Vinyl, which was "a church basement in the ghetto," but Simon Bob was quite the scene builder and organized several popular Hardcore shows featuring tons of up-and-coming talent.
Graphic artists and musicians had worked in these scenes together since Joy Cook made th' Cigaretz cover and Erroll Englebrecht did C.
Simon Bob also made a name for himself by doing artwork for his own band, as well as Subculture, C. They played all Album) and soon found they were the second crossover band C. The Ugly Americans are a highly regarded group who've separated and gotten back together for 'reunion' shows on and off throughout the subsequent years. In the early '80's, a guy by the name of Jeff Clayton moved to Charlotte and began unifying the numerous groups in the spread out and disjointed scene.
Although there were other bands before he arrived, like Not The Wogs and the Wreck, he helped to network the many great bands who were spread out over the giant metropolis of Charlotte. They played many a punk-assed show but only ever released a cassette of their music.
Jeff also put out his own fanzine called New Breed '83that focused the local mindset and attention on the scene. Early shows were frequently at Todd Ritchie's house in nearby Gastonia as well as at the Milestone, which had infrequent, but cool shows.
ByFight 4 Life had broken up and Jeff Clayton's infamous Antiseen formed and began stomping through Charlotte, mainly playing at house parties, out of town or at the Yellow Rose. Legend has it that the Antiseen and another well known Charlotte band Fetchin' Bones, played their first show together.
The stage shows that the Antiseen began to put on were the scariest this state has ever seen. Throwing animal guts, slashing their faces with broken bottles, smashing washboards across their heads, destroying, setting on fire or literally blowing up their equipment were all things Album) you might encounter at these gigs.
However, due to record company problems, this album wasn't released until ' In the meantime, they recorded and self-released the Royalty 45 EP. This band is still making plenty of noise and have continued to record material and play anywhere they can.
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