I thought we’d close out this week with a new clip from ballsy Ft. Worth stoner metallers Orthodox Fuzz. They posted the link on the forum. It’s a new song called “Village of the Widows,” and it’s reportedly the first time they played the song live and with their new drummer, so in addition to making for a cool, professional-looking video, it’s a bit of an occasion. Hope you enjoy it.
At a little after 5PM, I left my office and came back to the valley here to meet up with The Patient Mrs. for an active Friday night out. Two and a half hours of naptime later, the night’s pretty much over as regards going out to dinner or anything like that, but no regrets. I wouldn’t have crashed so hard if I didn’t need it. Sometimes that’s the only way to go.
Thanks to everyone who stopped in this week. If you haven’t yet, you really should check out the Suplecs interview that went up this morning. Danny Nick has a pretty crazy story to tell, and he’s a super-cool guy in the process of telling it, so it’s doubly worth the read. And between the Nether Regions record, Indian track and Thinning the Herd song, there’s a lot of music on the page at the moment too. Hope you dig the sounds.
If you’re in the area, don’t forget that Kings Destroy are playing with Winter (and Wormrot and Deathcycle) this coming Sunday in Brooklyn. Should be a killer show. I’m relatively sure it’s sold out, but maybe you can get in if you show up. Info is here.
However you spend your weekend, I hope it’s a good one. You know where to find me if you need me. Be safe and we’ll see you back here on Monday.
Tags: Fort Worth, Orthodox Fuzz, Texas