Thursday, August 31, 2006

Lambsbread's Zac Davis Kelly Loses Virginity to Jim O'Rourke's Ex-Girlfriend

Magikally Marked


Last March, Ben Chasny (Six Organs of Admittance & Comets on Fire) and Elisa Ambrogio (Magik Markers) were having a special evening on the beach in England after a long day at ATP. "They watched dolphins in the distance as the sun set," an eye witness observed. "They seemed so smitten with each other. As I walked past I heard him lean in and say, 'This is how I feel when I play my guitar.' It was very romantic."

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Going South? Make a Stop in Up & Coming Birmingham, Alabama

Dynasty live at the Hot L Bham

Birmingham, AL — A city otherwise notorious for its improper use of police dogs and fire hoses, some inert ability to pump out American Idol winners, and earthly birthplace of Sun Ra, has been enjoying an underground renaissance of late, and word is it's becoming a muchly anticipated destination for non-traditional bands on tour.

"There's been, like, at least fifteen incredible noise shows here this summer alone," one fan was overheard telling a newcomer at a recent Watersports / Iovae show at the Hot L Bham, perhaps the only noise-friendly venue in town. "I personally just came to see what this guy was doing tonight."
Rodger Stella

Recent Birmingham transplant and founding Macronympha member Rodger Stella has been delighted at all the activity cropped up in the past year and a half, and has joyously discovered the relative low-keyness of the city more than conducive to his work ethic.

"Fuckin' grid-trips are the worst," cheeked Stella.

Unfortunately, like most other urban areas started years ago, Birmingham is just now kickstarting its gentrification process and hopes to turn every historic and very rent-friendly property into irresistable luxury condominiums which are soon to become token lodgings for the city's upwardly mobile fauxhemians and trustifarians. What this holds in store for the Iron Tortoise's numerous creative free-thinkers and dissenters who co-habitate in the many low-rent dwellings is unknown.

"The chicks here really dig the noise, too," another be-beered show attendee quipped. "They take their shirts off when its really good."


Arthur Doyle, legendary saxophone freedom fighter and longtime Birmingham native, is reported to have two random tour dates coming up in September, one of which is in his home town. Due to the overwhelming amount of formulaic, uninspired schlock-rock currently inundating the city's clubs, its apparent stranglehold on the tastes of the hipsters, and despite some lively exceptions to this norm, it is possible a figure as monumentally impacting as Doyle will be overlooked by the masses in their mad dash to nightlife mediocrity.

"You can see that contrived, screenprinted armpit aspiring MTV2 shit any old where. But this, I ain't never seen or heard any shit like this before," remarked a random local who wandered in unaware and immediately took to the relaxed vibe of the Hot L show. "This shit is weird, but in a good way — and I only paid five bucks to get in!"

Monday, August 21, 2006

Look Alike of the Week


Krusty the Klown + Tony Soprano = Shane MacKenzie of Lambsbread

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Happy Belated Birthday to Domokos!

Domokos from A Pink Cloud, RustedShut &
Helios Creed/Chrome birthday was Saturday.

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Happy Birthday Ren!!!

Today is also Madonna's Birthday!!!

Monday, August 14, 2006

This Week in Action News
















The only person who got any action during the Bloodyminded/Graveyards/Lambsbread/Demons Tour last week was Spencer Yeh. While Spencer was sleeping in Lexington, Ky, snoring up a storm, Mary woke him up by kissing him. Steve from Demons was like, "Get a room". So they did.

Look Alike of the Week


















Rob Halford of Judas Priest
Mark Solotroff of Bloodyminded

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Wolf Eyes Now Only Allows Married People in the Band


Rumor has it that Nate Young was actually kicked out of Wolf Eyes and replaced by Trevor Tremaine because he wasn't married like the rest of the band. Young toyed around with the idea of marrying the likes of Sarah Bernat of 16 Bitch Pile-Up, Jessica Rylan of Can't, and some girl from Michigan named Veronica Smith who works in the office at AAA, but decided to just leave the band.

Captain Ahab Song on "Snakes on a Plane" Soundtrack


Captain Ahab's song "Snakes on the Brain" won a contest on tagworld.com. The song will be featured as an mp3 in the enhanced content of the soundtrack album (NOT as audio on the actual album itself - you’ll only be able to hear it if you put the CD in your computer) for the upcoming movie "Snakes on a Plane". Captain Ahab is on deathbombarc, Brian Miller's label. Their website is http://captain-ahab.com/


Thursday, August 03, 2006

Nate Young Retires from Wolf Eyes


In a surprise move this past weekend Nate Young has followed the lead
of Aaron Dilloway and exited the popular noise punk band Wolf Eyes. He
recently started work as a AAA tow truck driver and realized that he is
more satisfied helping motorists in need than playing in front of a
testerone fueled audience. He is quoted as saying "I'm a working man at heart.
All I really did was press play anyways."

Mr. Young plans on continuing with his new label and possibly keeping
up with his side projects like Demons that are less demanding. He
announced his departure shortly before the release of the new Wolf Eyes album
Human Animal on SubPop, and the band plans on keeping their fall tour dates
without him. In a move that may be a surprise to some (but not
insiders) Trevor Tremaine of The Hair Police is slated to take his place.