deathofasalesman
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  • xfearbefore It's that they aren't compatible as people it's just they all kind of moved onto different things. Everybody in the band had an ego boost after their popularity. They're all good dudes but the ego boost was a bit toxic. Everyone except Alex still play in various bands together but I wish they'd focus their energy. Especially Jonny the guitarist whose one of my best friends. He and the drummer Zig are the two most talented musicians I've ever known. Zig outclasses 99% of drummers in the world man
    February 9 04:38 PM
  • xfearbefore Word to the person who gave Balam praise. They're friends of mine so I'm biased but I really felt like they could have been so much bigger if they stuck together. They dropped their rhythm guitarist and changed their name to Sweet Heat and shifted to total 70s hard rock Sabbath and Thin Lizzy worship but were even better for the year they played under that name but alas they broke up earlier this year. Damn shame.
    December 17 10:49 PM
  • xfearbefore Are you a fellow Rhode Islander? Curious cause I feel like we may know each other in real life since you're the only other person to have heard/rated Balam.
    December 5 10:33 PM
  • BlacKapes If you don't like Death Grips, maybe try Techno Animal or Moodie Black. They may suit your industrial needs.
    April 30 02:39 AM
  • Lord(e)Po)))ts no but our new prime minister has promised to legalize it by 4/20 this year. the liberals are notorious for biting off more than they can chew though so i'm skeptical about whether or not they will follow through.
    January 23 03:40 PM

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