Ryan Aircraft

Head Elitist and Founder of

Anthems of The Undesirable.

Reformed Giver of Fucks.
Mike Simpson cameo in #lockeandkey. #gaberielrodriguez #godstopper

Mike Simpson cameo in #lockeandkey. #gaberielrodriguez #godstopper

ryanaircraft:

lacigreen:

snarkenstone:

On the left we have the lyrics from Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines. On the right we rape survivors participating in Project Unbreakable, showing the various things that were said to them by their rapist.

From the Mouths of Rapist: The Lyrics to Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines

i think this is the most powerful photoset i’ve ever seen on tumblr.

Because this is the number one song in the world my daughters are growing up in. And FUCK THAT.

Reblogging because this is what I think of every time you play that contrived-ass “Happy” song.

No, Pharrell. No.

columnofheaven:

Wolves of Heaven - Release, from the forthcoming split LP w/ Nyodene D

Off to the plants with this one shortly.

In the meanwhile, we hit a snag printing Wölfbait cassette inserts, but have been advised things should be ironed out and moving along again within the next week or two. As usual, pressing details and ordering specifics will be discussed only once the tapes are in and available.

Moutheater have finished tracking for their new LP “Passing Key” and are diligently mixing. LP expected in time for their August tour dates.

Godstopper LPs are now officially SOLD OUT from Anthems, but you can obtain copies through our friends at RevHQ, Ebullition, SPHC, Interpunk, and Scream/Writhe (Canada). Milgram and/or City 17 Records (UK), or Insulin Addicted Records (Macedonia.)

Copies of the Godstopper / Tendril split are still available, and can also be picked up from A389 and Diseased Audio.

Thanks as always for your interest and support.

womanissues:

i’m in a scanning mood and wanted to document this record/band.  the photos come from the vinyl version of their demo (originally self-released on cassette in late 2006) which i believe made its first appearance at no way fest 1 in june of 2007.  socialcide shows were always fucking fun.  halloween 2007 (EDIT: it was actually halloween 2006) they played at hollywood grill in oregon hill with wasted time and direct control.  almost everyone was dressed up.  zach was a toilet paper mummy, trevor was a punk baby, and mark was a burger king whopper.  i went as the brave little toaster and got in trouble with VCU for using spraypaint in my dorm room to make my costume.

Solid band, solid dudes.

These projects involving the responsible parties are also recommended: Slaughterhouse Five (‘04), Mercy Killings, Violent Outburst, and (of course) Tendril.

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Let’s spend all of my money on horror movies and records and treats, get in bed, and just do that all the time.

Anonymous asked: I agree with your dislike for the Nerdist, but what makes you like Pete Holmes? Because as many time as I have tried to like him he drives me crazy.

lizdexia:

I actually like him, and I like that his interviews are really long and they get into really interesting places with the guests he knows well. I really don’t like Marc Maron, so YMIW is kind of like a more tolerable, fun-to-listen-to version of the in-depth interview with comics format that WTF pioneered. I always learn really interesting things about the guest without being annoyed at the host the whole time.

Agreed. 100%.

I dig Maron’s comedy, but his interviews do nothing for me.