That’s the really nice thing about being stuck in a van for a long time: there’s plenty of time for drinking beers!
Keep the audience to supply the advertisers with the space in people’s minds.
“Shit was flying at us. And then I don’t know what happened. I turned around. I saw this guy throw it at my face and I just fucking attacked him. And he’s huge and he had me in this crazy hold and the next thing I know, Bobby’s the only one playing guitar, and everyone else in The Locust is on this fucking guy, and I’m grabbing his balls and biting him and shit and someone put a cigarette out on my back and it fucking hurt so bad.” -Justin, The Locust
They ain’t no high time pecker rock band. They’re down and dirty, home grown. Like skillet fries and Red Dot hot sauce.
Don’t tell anyone I told you this but they all have matching days of the week underpants with a different Sci-Fi author on the crotch for every day of the month! Sometimes you can catch a glimpse when Professor Stratton rips his pants during a performance (which happens quite frequently).
In 1993, Vachss helped hasten The National Child Protective Act which formed a database to track child abusers who move from state to state. He is now lending support to the C.A.R.E. (Child Abuse Reform and Enforcement) Act, which promotes the improvement of information on, and protections against, child sexual abuse. He has published 14 novels.
If you hang out with us we’re not going to be sitting around talking about how much the police state sucks or welfare rates are down or up all day. So at the end why not have a joke of a song? Sadly enough those are the songs everyone wants to hear. “Beat it!” “Every Rose!” And we’re like, “Dude, no! It’s a joke!”
…if people realized that this mythical collection is just that: it’s mythical. It should not be taken seriously or at face value. It’s a compilation of works by men who were very, very human and very subject to error like all humanity. They would never look at it again as if it were The Holy Bible…
“Our intent has been just to be expressive and we’ve never had a goal of changing something. That shit just comes out, those words and the music, and there’s no fucking goal. That’s what I think makes it work.” -Tim, Avail
I believe that reading is truly punk rock… . Because it’s punk to teach yourself. It’s not punk to go to school? it’s punk to learn and it’s punk to know and be wiser than those who are supposedly in control. -Jeff ‘Hag