If you see somebody without a face at Sasquatch, it's because Queens of the Stone Age melted mine off last night. I hope it regrows in time for it to be melted off again at Sasquatch. Fucking great show.
Moistboyz are gonna be opening for Queens of the Stone Age in Portland next week. I wonder if they'll have Deaner come out and play the songs he recorded with them on Songs for the Deaf? I'm gonna be pissed if I end up missing that.
He didn't play with QotSA, but Nick Oliveri sang on "You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, but I Feel Like a Millionaire." It was his first time performing with the band since 2004, and both he and Josh really seemed to enjoy it. I wondered why they didn't open their set with that song because they have for most of this year, but it made sense when they played it with him during the encore.
Saw the footage of this, looked pretty fucking sweet. Here's hoping they let him tag along for the Gorge show...
I feel like at this point there's no way the lineup won't disappoint. They're like the festival equivalent of a deadbeat. "Give us a month...just one more month...ten days, i swear...just gimme til the end of the day, i'm good for it..."
Are you guys kidding? Tom Cochrane WITH Red Rider??! That's just too much to handle.
Jk. I'm still wrapping my head around the idea of a band calling themselves Monster Truck and achieving any sort of success. That lineup's weird in that its target demographic seems to be tweens and fifty-somethings.
Any word about that Pemberton sneak peek? If such a thing truly exists...
Preeeeetty fuckin' crazy. I offer my sincere condolences to those affected by the tragedy... really though, that's a lot of planning, excitement and money down the drain. Sales must have been incredibly low for them to to nuke it all to dust.
So are we taking the addition of a Fourth Day to Maysquatch Sasquatch is a given? The high price for three days seemed somewhat reasonable with two weekends, but now it's just a very expensive festival - not that any of them are particularly cheap...
If it does indeed happen, do you think they'd try to piece it together with refugees from the July shipwreck or start from scratch? Mix of both?