I could have driven into Brooklyn tonight to see The Might Could, and I might have, had I not been so content to live (allegedly) under the rock which I do. Or, how about, no. If I was going to spend too much money at a bar tonight, I’m glad it was my townie joint instead of the kind of place that leaves passive aggressive comments about how out of touch I am.
Because what I really need in my life is further exposure to underground heavy music.
Or, how about instead, a job that fucking pays a wage livable enough so I can move out of my mother in law’s house and into some hipster fucking neighborhood that I can pretend I’ve lived in forever. And furthermore, I’m drunk and fuck off.
We end this week with C.O.C. because I’ve been thinking about the Blind album since I did the Where to Start post on them two weeks ago. I’m going to have another Where to Start this coming week, and the interview with Kylesa, and a live review of the Olde Growth show I went to last night because I’m so out of touch with what’s happening in the underground that I spend my time in basements with 20-year-olds. Have I mentioned fuck off? Buy a Kings Destroy record.
Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend as much as I’ve enjoyed the Paulaner Oktoberfest tonight. In case you’ve missed it or haven’t signed up, the Official Beer Thread is one of my favorites on the forums.
Much love to The Acheron in Brooklyn and I hope to get out there soon.
Tags: Corrosion of Conformity, North Carolina