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About FourFootBlister

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  • Birthday 12/02/1986

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  1. Although I do enjoy Angels And Airwaves, I'm guessing this could be the end of that band. "Disaster" breathes AVA in any possible way but with the cooperation from Hoppus and Barker. Also, AVA's latest EP sounds like a bunch of scraps being revived. With the tragic death of Critter, it would be a suitable moment to quit the band. It would be hard to stay inspired.
  2. In no particular order: - Every Time I Die - Ex Lives - Face Tomorrow - Move On_ - Coheed and Cambria - The Afterman: Ascension - John Coffey - Bright Companions - Matt Skiba & The Sekrets - Babylon - Converge - All We Love We Leave Behind - Bloc Party - Four - The Lost Boys Club - From Here On After - Maxïmo Park - The National Health - Walk The Moon -Walk The Moon I am quite sure I am forgetting a few..
  3. A friend of mine is in a band called The Charm The Fury. Perhaps you already heard of them. It could be classified as metalcore, but definitely has some southern hardcore influences, which I appreciate. Speaking of southern hardcore: John Coffey, another Dutch gem. Unfortunately So Called Celeste called it quits.
  4. No, I maintain a Dutch music website. One of my editors post metalcore on a regular basis. I try to limit it as much as possible. Through simple research like Facebook polls I investigate my demographics. I also look at the interests of people that comment. Unfortunately, a lot of the comments on TGA news are from the metalcore kids I mentioned earlier.
  5. I somewhat agree. It is a good song, but it's still the Mumford and Sons we already knew (I am basing this on the first few listens). I like band to progress more drastically.
  6. These songs feel empty to me. Even when I dislike the band, I am able to enjoy well crafted music. This is not the case.
  7. By exaggerating the elements, the writer has a distant, very distant, point here. I don't know how it is over there, but Dutch metalcore kids who listen to nothing but junk are obsessively interested in The Gaslight Anthem. I always wondered what their appeal would be towards these juveniles. The band could come off a bit forced, a kind of plastic image, if you know what I mean. I am completely convinced this isn't anywhere the intention of Brian Fallon and the rest, but put a cynical journalist on it who scrapes his food off the wall and there you have this article.
  8. http://four.blocparty.com/ It's a grower. At least, it is to me. Initially, I genuinely enjoy "Kettling" and "Coliseum". I am also starting to like "Octopus", which I despised at first.
  9. I was invited to a private acoustic meeting at Universal Music. On stage, Adam Young was putting up an act like most of the performing artists: "I love being here..." etc. He had to walk off stage through the crowd, which consisted of Universal employees: generally older people. I could tell he was genuinely afraid someone would approach him. Which never happened. When I interview artists, the interviewees are usually talking machines. He wasn't. If he could, the shy little boy would crawl away in the couch. Young gave some brief answers to my first questions, avoiding any eye contact. I ne
  10. And I have my lead! Haha, good one.
  11. Good day! I am picking a lead for my interview with Owl City. Do any of you have any suggestions before I decide?
  12. Haha, I am glad I know she was holding your hand. Otherwise I'd be like 'Why isn't that weirdo letting her go?', haha.
  13. Did you catch of a girl (how rude as it may sound)? Such a weird thing to happen at a festival.
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