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Interview with This Is Hell – Podcast 77

Posted by rich on April 22, 2008

It’s true. I’ve finally run out of witty banter for these intros. Well, this one at least. Maybe it’s the weather. Maybe it’s just the sheer number we’ve done. Maybe it’s the fact that I feel crippled by two straight days of diarrhea that can only be described as “godless”.
Yeah, probably that last one.

So, here’s the facts. We sat down (or stood) with Rick of This is Hell for an interview all about the band. Rick is a rad dude and is super informative about the bands history and their recent work. It’s a good interview (on his end at least). We also have a new ENTER TO WIN, where you can win a copy of This is Hell’s newest LP Misfortunes on orange vinyl and their split with Cancer Bats on red vinyl. Just listen to the end to learn how to enter.

We’ll be back next week with a new interview and some more energy. Until then feel free to e-mail us at or hit us up on myspace. If you smell what Barack is cooking.

Interview with Teenage Bottlerocket – Podcast 76

Posted by rich on April 8, 2008

Welcome back. We thought we’d pull a little April Fools joke and not post last week. YOU TOTALLY FELL FOR IT! Oh man, the look on your face was priceless. Like that time in Michigan where we all passed out after the Journey reunion concert and you woke up as Donny was teabagging you. Just like that.

Well we followed up that joke with a new joke, our terrible interviews! Well, the subject (Ray of the magnanimous Teenage Bottlerocket) is funny and good, but I’d venture to say we’re at a low point on our end. Not to mention we included bearded sheep merchant Justin, of Guy sounds like Artie Lang if he were mentally challenged and raised by the cast of The Hills Have Eyes, he’s also considered a sex symbol in no less than a dozen third world countries.

Enjoy the show and be sure to enter to win a copy of the Teenage Bottlerocket/Prototipes split 7″. These are nearly all out of print so grab it now or feel like a douche later. And remember, there are knowns and there are unknowns. Then there are unknown unknowns. Those are things you don’t know you don’t know. Like that I am quietly stealing money from your bank account as you read that. See? Now that’s become a known. But the amount is still an unknown.