Just 3 bands and an audience having a great time on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Hardcore still lives.
Madball, Deez Nuts, Taking Back Sunday Members featured in punkrock cookbook
NYHC legends MADBALL have announced the dates of the bands fourth “Rebellion” tour taking place in March 2013.
So apparently, I’m interviewing Madball on the 28th when they play Baroeg. I expect to do a lot of banter about being old, the hardcore scene (not) sucking these days and kids standing with their arm crossed and a puzzled look on their faces whenever a Madball cover is played, but question suggestions are very … Continue reading Madball questions
woensdag 7 Maart; 20,- deur, 16,- voorverkoop www.metropool.nl/agenda.asp?EvenementID=731&maand=3&jaar=2012&dag=7 tickets rechtstreeks: https://v1.paylogic.nl/frontoffice/?command=paymentMenu&merchantModuleID=52586&keepThis=true&TB_iframe=true&height=500&width=450 ENIGE NEDERLANDSE SHOW, EERSTE SHOW VAN DE TOUR. Rebellion tour featuring: Madball NYC www.facebook.com/madballNYC youtu.be/njGINmpaHSI H2O www.h2ogo.com/ youtu.be/yM_cHRvzTYw Deez Nuts www.myspace.com/deeznuts youtu.be/M5Dr46U5gaI First Blood www.myspace.com/firstblood Devil in Me www.myspace.com/devilinmeband Strength Approach
Aanwezig!!! Mooie line up.
Help me out fellow scribes!
How do they feel about their “tough guy” image? Do they like that or, or don’t care about it? There’s life besides hardcore, or not? What does that mean for them? What do they do? Or just start asking them what they want to talk about. Ask em about the Goudvishal fest “we want to … Continue reading Reply To: Madball questions
For the non musician fans, can you describe the feeling being not just in such a worlwide important band but also being part of such a ‘family’ as the nyhc scene. Something like this 🙂
I was planning to ask if DMS still means anything and what it stands for these days. Could broaden that to the general NYHC moniker. Do they still feel connected to that? Is there still a NYHC movement according to them.
What’s the worst thing to happen to hardcore since it started? And the best?
Ask em how they keep things interesting for themselves, they’ve been around for ages. Been there, done that. How do they keep themselves motivated? Ask em what they would ask a band / artist when they would get the chance to interview someone. Ask em what’s left on their to-do list. What they still want … Continue reading Reply To: Madball questions
Touring Canada with Madball and announcing European tourdates with Rotting Out.
Expire just announced shows in Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia in Winter 2013.
All Seemed Lost are the band that made me relisten to Madball’s Set It Off for the first time in well over ten years.
An interview with the Scandinavian new breed of hardcore. Guilty from Sweden and Upright & Foreseen from Finland.