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Old 03-06-2013, 03:45 PM
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Dude are you serious? I am fucking all over this shit if this is true.
Yup. I'd say Divebomb is by far the best record label for reissues these days. They are re-releasing one of Grinder's records sometime this year, along with Crow's only record.

Here's their confirmed upcoming releases and past ones: http://www.divebombrecords.com/site/releases/
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:03 PM
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Guys. Real serious talk:

Do I want to drive 1 1/2 hours and pay a (admittedly small) toll to go to Topeka on Saturday to see 5 bands + Master for $10?

or

Do I want to drive 30 minutes to Kansas City to go to a DIY venue to see Handguns + State Champs play for probably $2 or less?

I think I would have about the same amount of fun at each show.
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:21 PM
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Guys. Real serious talk:

Do I want to drive 1 1/2 hours and pay a (admittedly small) toll to go to Topeka on Saturday to see 5 bands + Master for $10?

or

Do I want to drive 30 minutes to Kansas City to go to a DIY venue to see Handguns + State Champs play for probably $2 or less?

I think I would have about the same amount of fun at each show.
I'm not too familiar with Master but don't they rarely tour? I'd see them if it's unlikely you'll get another chance but go to the cheaper/more convenient show otherwise.
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:46 PM
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Guys. Real serious talk:

Do I want to drive 1 1/2 hours and pay a (admittedly small) toll to go to Topeka on Saturday to see 5 bands + Master for $10?

or

Do I want to drive 30 minutes to Kansas City to go to a DIY venue to see Handguns + State Champs play for probably $2 or less?

I think I would have about the same amount of fun at each show.
Go see Master. This is the third time they have toured the states in the last 15 years or so. Speckmann is getting old and may not have it in him to come back much more. You know you want to hear them Human Machine songs. Plus, I told you if you don't go, we aren't friends anymore.
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:49 PM
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Guys. Real serious talk:

Do I want to drive 1 1/2 hours and pay a (admittedly small) toll to go to Topeka on Saturday to see 5 bands + Master for $10?

or

Do I want to drive 30 minutes to Kansas City to go to a DIY venue to see Handguns + State Champs play for probably $2 or less?

I think I would have about the same amount of fun at each show.
You know Handguns will be awesomely crazy.
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Old 03-07-2013, 08:21 PM
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Guys. Real serious talk:

Do I want to drive 1 1/2 hours and pay a (admittedly small) toll to go to Topeka on Saturday to see 5 bands + Master for $10?

or

Do I want to drive 30 minutes to Kansas City to go to a DIY venue to see Handguns + State Champs play for probably $2 or less?

I think I would have about the same amount of fun at each show.
Just catch Handguns at warped along with TSSF,TWY,Motion City Soundtrack,...
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Old 03-08-2013, 08:10 PM
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Not gonna bother making a setlist thread for this, but here's my little review of the show for........






















...Handguns:

First band was called Forget About Tomorrow from Salina. They all looked like kids and they put on a really bad performance. Like, they were horribly off-key a lot. If they practice more I'm sure they'd be better.

Next band was Embrace This Day. Straight-up br00t4l deathcore. It had a really good tone and the vocalist and bass player were awesome, but very generic.

After them was another deathcore/beatdown hardcore band called Conflicts who are actually pretty big around here. Again, just pretty straight-forward deathcore but it sounded a bit lamer than Embrace This Day.

First touring band was State Champs and they just launched right into their brand of pop punk and it was so refreshing. They sound a lot like The Story So Far and had everyone jumping along.

Handguns headlined and killed it. Huge crowd for them and everyone was singing and jumping and moshing and it was so much fun. Unfortunately they blew a fuse halfway through their song I Hope He Kills You, so they played two more songs without mics, but the crowd sang along really loudly and it was still tits. It was a good night!
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First touring band was State Champs and they just launched right into their brand of pop punk and it was so refreshing. They sound a lot like The Story So Far and had everyone jumping along.

Handguns headlined and killed it. Huge crowd for them and everyone was singing and jumping and moshing and it was so much fun. Unfortunately they blew a fuse halfway through their song I Hope He Kills You, so they played two more songs without mics, but the crowd sang along really loudly and it was still tits. It was a good night!
So jelly you go to see State Champs and that sounds like it'd be awesome to see. Everyone singing to replace the band, thats great.
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Old 03-09-2013, 01:18 AM
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Not gonna bother making a setlist thread for this, but here's my little review of the show for........






















...Handguns:

First band was called Forget About Tomorrow from Salina. They all looked like kids and they put on a really bad performance. Like, they were horribly off-key a lot. If they practice more I'm sure they'd be better.

Next band was Embrace This Day. Straight-up br00t4l deathcore. It had a really good tone and the vocalist and bass player were awesome, but very generic.

After them was another deathcore/beatdown hardcore band called Conflicts who are actually pretty big around here. Again, just pretty straight-forward deathcore but it sounded a bit lamer than Embrace This Day.

First touring band was State Champs and they just launched right into their brand of pop punk and it was so refreshing. They sound a lot like The Story So Far and had everyone jumping along.

Handguns headlined and killed it. Huge crowd for them and everyone was singing and jumping and moshing and it was so much fun. Unfortunately they blew a fuse halfway through their song I Hope He Kills You, so they played two more songs without mics, but the crowd sang along really loudly and it was still tits. It was a good night!
bastard. You probably won't ever see Master after that.
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bastard. You probably won't ever see Master after that.
Precisely. Nice job
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