I just saw this milkshake on facebook that used Sriracha. Sounds a little different. Although I did try Hot Love Brownies that had Cayenne and they were pretty good. Sriracha is kind of garlicky though.
"GO Burger New York's "Fiery Berry Crumble" combines three scoops of strawberry ice cream, two tablespoons of graham cracker crumbs, four squirts of Sriracha, whipped cream, and a dash of cayenne pepper."
Last Edit: Jun 20, 2012 15:22:18 GMT -5 by Cysquatch
These guys started out Black Metal, but have been very experimental on their last couple of albums. The first song I posted was from their last album. The other two are from their upcoming album. The title track from their new album is very Black Metal. The other one is a little more like the psychedelic experimental sound they have had more recently. The last one is a Joy Division cover, and this is the only time I have heard such clean vocals from this band.
Last Edit: Jun 19, 2012 22:42:59 GMT -5 by Cysquatch
Another stage collapse...isn't that like the 5th one in 2 years. I know there was one in Ottawa last summer.
The wind was pretty heavy for the first hour or so of the Primus show last night. Les even said "hopefully they don't shut us down tonight". During the intermission I thought about the accidents last year, and was talking to my buddy about it. They had to fasten the speakers better with rope because they were swaying. It wasn't a very solid stage either. When they started playing again all thoughts of my safety were gone.
Between framing my James Murphy print and getting texts from Lahey about all of the badass Sasquatch prints he's been ordering, I think I'm developing a new addiction. Just swooped this bad boy off ebay yesterday. Limited and signed! My walls will be so beautiful soon.
I've been checking out the Primus tour posters. There is one design for each date with 100 copies available at the merch booth. I haven't heard if they are signed. I'm wondering how much it is going to suck to have to carry a poster tube around for the whole show.
Last Edit: Jun 15, 2012 21:34:45 GMT -5 by Cysquatch
You think, that early? I was at the Gorge on July 2nd last year for Rush. There was a pretty good shadow in front of the stage fairly early. I remember we had shade when the show started. That was maybe 7:00. I was thinking it wouldn't be really dark until around 10 though.
Last Edit: Jun 15, 2012 14:26:49 GMT -5 by Cysquatch