YS!MM free download posted
2009-05-17 by prodigal_75 | 5 Comments

Somerset West, South Africa based hardcore/metalcore outfit Yes Sir! Mister Machine have posted a single entitled "I'm Over This Town" to their Myspace and Purevolume pages. The track is downloadable at www.purevolume.com/yessirmistermachine, and available for streaming at www.myspace.com/yessirmistermachine

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Lucid
Contributing Reviewer
May 18th 2009

7021 Comments


what a quirky band name

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PuddleSwimmer
May 18th 2009

1457 Comments


what's with putting ! in the middle

Ghearufu
May 18th 2009

87 Comments


They wanted to make sure that GY!BE wasn't the only band with an exclamation in the middle of their names.This Message Edited On 05.18.09

prodigal_75
May 19th 2009

16 Comments


i never know whether godspeed is abbreviated GY!BE or GYBE! ... didn't they change where the exclamation was after a while?

PuddleSwimmer
May 19th 2009

1457 Comments


lol retarded



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