• my little findings. 13.05.2008.

    Mai 13 2008, 17h21 por xShedx

    'sup?..
    ...
    well...

    1) Julith Krishun - "Selftitled" (2008).

    So, i found this band in mathcore-group recommendations and decided to download. Interesting thing. It would be not right to call it mathcore, only mathcore and nothing else. More screamo-part. But yes, there're some mathcore moments, which sound cool. I think good release.
    Mark - 5/5.

    2) Catalepsy - "Iniquity" (2008).

    Yeah. Great catchy fuckin' deathcore :) What to say else? Hear it! Maybe it's not so kickass like Carnifex's last album, which is absolutely crushing and incredible, but anyway it's worth of your attention.
    Mark - 5/5.

    3) Cellscape - "Selftitled" (2007).

    This one also worth of your attention. It's hard to classify this band in some genre, it's a mix of hardcore, post-hardcore, screamo, mathcore with digital hardcore, breakcore & idm. More instrumental part. Less vocals. More electronic. Great.
    Mark - 5/5.

  • Insult Your Top 10

    Jan 13 2008, 21h47 por Ksharpe126

    1. Bad Religion Seriously, when you're writing a song, just put down the fucking dictionary.
    2. Alkaline Trio C'mon Matt Skiba life isn't that bad
    3. Coheed and Cambria Ya Know, Not everything has to be so epic?
    4. Anti-Flag whine whine whine whine, thats all you guys do!
    5. Green Day jeez guys thanks, I've always been looking for a way to relate with 10 year olds, now I have one.
    6. Reel Big Fish its always been my opinion, that they're not as funny as they think they are.
    7. Bomb the Music Industry! they're already poor what else can I make fun of them about?
    8. Robot Goes Here seriously, make more music!
    9. The Aquabats MCBC is a mormon
    10. Amazing Transparent Man way to break up, fucks
  • 40 questions about my top 50.

    Dez 24 2007, 19h27 por Ksharpe126

    1. How did you get into 31?
    Adolescents
    Arick Unger got me into a 80's punk rock mood for a little while, and I just checked them out.

    2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
    Audio Recording Club
    thats easy: We Drive In Seperate Cars

    3. What's your favourite lyric by 29?
    Choking Victim
    God I haven't listened to the victim in a while. I guess "I don't see the glory, In your war stories"

    4. What is your favourite album by 49?
    The Suicide Machines
    Destruction By Definition

    5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
    Minor Threat
    All/But its in a complete discography, so 1.

    6. What is your favourite song by 50?
    Hot Water Music
    haha, I actually have 2 49's and 1 50. but hot water music is my second 49 so i'm going with them.
    "This Early Grave"

    7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad?
    Anti-Flag
    All their songs are sad

    8. What is your favourite song by 15?
    NOFX
    Hm. I'd have to say Linoleum.

  • More CDs than I know what to do with.

    Jan 22 2007, 11h18 por bluebomber1313

    THIS LIST IS NO LONGER ACCURATE. It will remain in it's current state forever as a reminder of the time when I had this many CDs, but the fact of the matter is, most of these albums SUCK and I was either too young to realize it, or just simply in denial. So I sold them.

    This is simply me masturbating to how many CDs I physically own and making an online list of them and updating it constantly as well as the number of CDs I own. Feel free to leave comments of awe or disgust. I don't really care. I own a lot of CDs and I'm dang proud.

    500th CD: We Are Scientists - Crap Attack: June 19th, 2007 (Special thanks to Snack.)
    1000th CD: The Get Up Kids - Something to Write Home About (Special thanks to Blunt.)

    Total # of CDs PHYSICALLY owned (Not downloaded or burned, folks.): 1055

    Symbol/#
    !!! - Louden Up Now
    !!! - Myth Takes
    1208 - Turn of the Screw
    1905 - Voice
    22-20s - 22-20s
    30 Seconds to Mars - A Beautiful Lie
    65daysofstatic - The Fall of Math
    65daysofstatic - One Time for All Time
  • New ROBOT GOES HERE album, streaming on last.fm!

    Dez 16 2006, 15h04 por drand14850

    Hi friends of Robot Goes Here,

    I'm very excited to say that my new album The Byte Is In My Blood is finally finished after almost two years! The new CD was mixed by Ray Martin (Mindless Self Indulgence, Gorillaz, The Explosion) and Ted Young (Andrew W K, Taking Back Sunday, Bouncing Souls) at Water Music in Hoboken NJ, and is being released on Infidel Records. The album mp3s are now available for download from:

    iTunes
    Rhapsody.com
    emusic.com
    Napster.com

    The physical CDs will be available for online order noth month. Thanks so much to those of you that pre-ordered copies, they will ship out as soon we get them.

    And don't forget that Robot Goes Here T-shirts can be ordered online as well, at http://robotgoeshere.ms11.net/shirt.htm

    Thanks for reading, and for supporting me and Robot Goes Here!

    Dave
    Robot Goes Here
    www.myspace.com/RobotGoesHere

    http://image.listen.com/img/170x170/6/0/4/8/918406_170x170.jpg

    The Byte Is In My Blood
    1. When The Well Runs Dry
    2. What All the Screaming's About