Please check out my new show Ska Punk Passport on skapunkradio.com
As you all may know, I soon will be having a World Punk type-o-show on skapunkradio.comCraven gringobill.com
I’m back on Facebook! So I spoke to Craven Mooreheadhttp://www.skapunkradio.com http://www.facebook.com/gringobillradio
Anyway, I’ll keep you posted when I’m going to start.
It was a great day today. I went with the entire fam to Parada del Solrecently turned into a different format Ska-Punk show
Anyway, turns out he’s streaming now! It’s rad! You gotta check it out. It’s called the skapunkradio.com Authority Zero
Apart from that , life is good. Just rasin’ the little ones the best I can and trying to make the ends meet. I hope you make it a good one!
You may have noticed that my sites have been down. I’m currently migrating to a new server. I also am experimenting with Yahoo Pipesrss feed manipulation SEO older posts on this blog my Blogspot account
I was checking out an email sent to me from my buddies in the band Rehabmailing list Demun Jones
Ight then, that’s it for now. I will be more proactive with this blog, I promise! hahaha
What up all?
Just checkin’ in. My brother showed me some footage of a UFO that was spotted in Jerusalem. It looks real to me:
Then he suggested that I check out this Ancient Aliens show about the Nazis using ancient ancient extraterrestrial technology. It was pretty slanted and hokey but kinda spooky. It was fun to watch but was necessary to take it with a grain of salt:
Then after watching all of these vids. I watched a documentary about how the Nazi’s used the occult for propaganda and to revive a slanted version of ancient Nordic relgion:
Needless to say, after watching all of this craziness, I attempted to sleep. I had weird dreams all night of chaos and demons. Hitler truly was an evil bastard and incarnation of the Antichrist. Himmler, Hess and all the other henchmen reminded me of cold hearted demon robots. They had absolutely no regard for life and no compassion. The “Blood Laws” made it legal to euthanize and execute at will. It amazes me what people will do when they’re poor and hungry. I fear that our nation is headed down the same path.
Anyway, sorry for the dark post. These vids really messed with my head and had me battling demons in my sleep. hahahah Make it a good week and keep focused on the light and block out the dark.
So I found a copy of Authority ZeroStories of Survival
Authority Zero is releasing their new album entitled Stories of Survival on June 22nd. I happened across a demo of it (don’t worry I’ve preordered and paid for a real copy) and gave it a few listens. The album consists of 11 songs being: “The New Pollution”, “A Day to Remember”, “Brick in The Wave”, “Get It Right”, “Big Bad World”, “Break The Mold”, “Crashland”, “Liberated Education”, “Movement”, “The Remedy” and “ No Way Home”. I’ll break these songs down below.
“The New Polution”: The album begins with Winston Churchill’s “Blood Sweat Tears and Toil” speech
“A Day to Remember”: This song has Rise Against feel to it. I dig Jason’s line about “10,000 feet in the air”. It reminds me of being on all the planes back in the day though He probably was referring to snowboarding.Ryan Greene
“Big Bad World”: This song is the typical chillin’ song. Cool reggae. Kind of reminds me of The Expendables, RX Bandits and Matisyahu. I love the harmonies on the track. Zach, Jeremy and Jason have a good mixture of timbres.
“Break The Mold”: This is a cool pit song. It a bit slower than Authority Zero’s previous pit songs but it’ll do the trick. The thing I loved most about this track was the cool Arabic breakdown. Ethnic music was always a key for Authority Zero’s success.
“Crashland”: Starting out with Morse Code it is Authority Zero’s anthem on the album. It reminds me of “War’s End” by Rancid meets “Taking on the World”. Some tempo changes and Zach’s leads make it a memorable song.
“Liberated Education”: Starting out with a phaser intro then breaking into a Pennywise/Rise Against feel of a song, it once again will get ya’ pumped. I love the reggae breakdown and cool harmonies on the leads. It also retains the Authority Zero stamp, bearing much resemblance to “Madman”.
“Movement”: I’m really diggin’ this track. It has a great dancehall feel and I love the call and response between guitar and vocals. The tone and nuances remind me of Homegrown’s track “Surfer Girl”. One of my favorite tracks!
“The Remedy”: This is by far my favorite track. Its tempo changes a bit. There are plenty of sticky hooks and great guitar work. The bass and drums weave in and out in unison and Jason’s voice is best suited to this type of song. A+!!
“No Way Home”: This track kicks back to an Old Skool SoCal feel. The most memorable part of the song is the bridge toward the end of the song. Jeremy throws down a bass line that brings me back to jammin’ “Dawn Patrol” by Megadeth.
Alrighty!!! That’s my take… now preorder this album or buy it on June 22nd. I highly recommend it.
Well its been awhile and the kids are finally napping so HI! As, you can see above, I’ve won an Ipad from work. Its really rad. I download books to read, watch movies and the kids love it too
Speaking of work, I’ve recently moved to a different department! Dude! I’m raking in the dough, I love it! Not trying to brag but its nice to be able to get out of this finnacial hole finally. I’ve been broke for about 15 years! hahaha.
Anyway, wifey and I got to leave the kids with the folks and head back to Puerto Peñasco, Mexico. It was well needed and enjoyed.
As usual Rocky Point Ruled!! We met up with our buddies Sarah, Jason and Mariana. Check out the pics below and make sure you scroll all the way down to see my buddy Aaron’s kid’s reaction to my Ipad pic hahahaha. That’s all for now, kinda lame and short but I need to rest before the boys are up. Have a great week and “no dejas para mañana lo que puedes hacer hoy!”
Its been a great week! I landed a job with a new department! I start Monday. I’m wicked stoked because in theory I should make about three times what I’ve been making. Gotta love that!
I did great this week in sales and was under a lot of presure so I headed up north to Payson, AZ
I actually got to hang with my family and relax for a day. It was good times for sure. The kids were pooped, they ran all day and saw all kinds of cool stuff.
On Sunday, My buddy L.J. came back from his ZebraheadJamon Serrano Madrid Texanos
To end the week, today we celebrated my brother’s bday. Its always great to see him smile! Damn we’re all getting old.
So as you can see, I had a hella great week and look forward to starting my new job. I hope you have a wonderful week and good fortune
P.S. If you’re bored check out more pix below, salud!