LOL - someone please tell me this is not real...

Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by casper_morgan, Jan 9, 2014.

    ((Click the Link for a preview of this very "underground" music... LOL))


    We have started in January of 2004 as an ordinary garage band trying to follow the steps of Kurt Cobain himself. We played for fun and never gave up on what we did. Over the years the sound have changed here and there and became heavier, more psychedelic and totally out of an ordinary going beyond any music theory. We don't play to sound good, it's more about the communication and passion itself. We believe that passion itself can be more beautiful than any masterpiece. Here we are now almost 9 years later and still very underground. Check us out here:


    (the) Melvins, Fantomas, Public Image Limited, Green River, Mudhoney, Fecal Matter, Nirvana, the Casualties, Sex Pistols, Flipper, Big Business, Nothing, Pandora's Bliss


    Fender Squier Bass
    SX copy of Fender Stratocaster
    SX copy of Fender Jaguar with cut off bottom
  2. Apparently that's after nine years of hard work, according to the bio on that page.
  3. kcole4001


    Oct 7, 2009
    Nova Scotia
  4. REMBO

    REMBO Supporting Member

    Jul 26, 2011
    i can hear Curt and the shotgun blast all over again!! R.I.P.
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  6. milDoo


    Feb 6, 2013
    Sounds like sound to me, not music. Though I think I could feel the "communication" and the "passion"...
  7. ubnomnar

    ubnomnar Supporting Member Supporting Member

    Dec 28, 2009
    So Cal
    After what I just heard... I think they need to be further underground... like... 6 feet under ground. I'd be happier... and they'd be happier in the actual presence of Kurt :bag:
  8. bahahahaha indeed
  9. nshuman

    nshuman Supporting Member Commercial User

    Sep 4, 2012
    Montreal, Qc, Canada
    Partner - CCP Pedals
    Interesting, they sound just like when I play with my 4 year old daughter on ukelele and my 2 year old son on xylophone/plastic drums. It's almost as if they sampled us or something.
  10. BassCliff


    May 17, 2012
    So. Cal.

    It's got a good beat. You can dance to it. I'll give it an 87.

    Thank you for your indulgence,

  11. Ironbar


    Aug 24, 2013
    Portland, Oregon
    Dear Underground Massacre,

    I'm not going to say you suck.

    Because that would be far too generous to describe the garbage you've managed to come up with that you refer to as "music."
  12. BassCliff


    May 17, 2012
    So. Cal.

    At least they're being true to themselves and not playing covers. :D

    (Sorry, I couldn't help myself.)

    Thank you for your indulgence,

  13. K'Ching


    Sep 25, 2006
    At least they didn't sell out, and go mainstream
  14. Itzayana


    Aug 15, 2012
    Oakland Ca
    You laugh... but this song gets thousands of downloads.
    Apparently the North Korean secret police have been using it quite effectively for torture and interrogation sessions. They have found that only a few hours of this can break even the most highly trained imperialist capitalist spies from the evil west. It quickly destroys the human spirit and confessions are eagerly signed leading to public execution.
  15. hrodbert696

    hrodbert696 Supporting Member

    That equipment list attached to that recording is going to put the cause of respect for SX and Squier as serious instruments back 10 years.
  16. I think this might be what it's like to be on meth.
  17. Slade N

    Slade N sunn #91 AZ Bands #?

    May 28, 2005
    it gave me a lobotomy
  18. El Saico

    El Saico Guest

    They clearly don't care about many mainstream concepts. Like "tempo", for one.

    Also, the whole thing might have been slightly more tolerable if the guitard didn't monopolize the mix.
  19. Dogbertday


    Jul 10, 2007
    SE Wisconsin
    I love when bands "reject all music theory" and then write a bunch of songs in an obvious key in 4/4 with four bar phrases.
  20. kohntarkosz

    kohntarkosz Banned

    Oct 29, 2013
    Edinburgh - Scotland
    Citing "Fecal Matter" as an influence is as pretentious as it is crazy. Fecal Matter were Cobain's highschool band that didn't release anything. I think there might be some of their stuff on that massive 4-disk rarities release they came up with, but I'm not sure.