Friday, March 25, 2011

HC ON UTAH FM.ORG

Austin Chirillo has a new show on UtahFM.org airing the fourth Saturday of every month from 10:30 AM to noon.

While not promising a full hour and half block of straight hardcore, the man does have good taste in music so be sure to tune in and check it out. The first show starts tomorrow, so dial in (or log on, I guess would be the phrase to use here) and support him and UtahFM.org for being kind enough to try something a little different.

You can learn more at his Tumblog or "like" him on Facebook. So check it out and listen tomorrow.

Austin on UtahFM Tumblr

Austin Chirillo Facebook 

Friday, March 11, 2011

REVIVER RECORDING NEW RECORD

Salt Lake City's Reviver will be heading to Chicago at the end of this month to record their forthcoming record and will be playing a handful of shows along the way.  Album title and label have not been announced.

March 30th – Forum 619 - Cheyenne, WY
March 31st – The Phoenix - Moline, IL
April 1st – Blacksheep CafĂ© – Springfield, IL
April 2nd-8th – Recording – Chicago, IL
April 9th – Fubar – St. Louis, MO
April 10th – Oklahoma TBA (help)
April 11th – EBGB’s -  Amarillo, TX
April 12th – Blast-o-Mat - Denver, CO

LIFE OR DEATH NEEDS BOOKING

We were recently contacted by Life or Death about getting a show in Salt Lake sometime soon.  If you are interested in booking Life or Death get in touch with Tristan at lifeordeathbooking@gmail.com.  It would be awesome if these guys came through again.  The last show they played here with Dismantled was pretty great.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

AFTERMATH OF A TRAINWRECK AND GUTSHOT

Our good friend Andy Carter dusted off a couple of old videos and sent them my way recently. Granted, they've been sitting on my desktop for the past couple of weeks, but I finally got them loaded up on the Internets for everyone else to see.

Pretty sure these are from the Aftermath CD Release show back in 2005, but I could be mistaken. And be warned, the sound quality on the Gutshot video is awful. But don't worry, it's the fault of Andy's camera, not the band.