We got a lot of feedback about our post on the new Myspace profile 3.0. Since the lack of css customization will kill a lot of bands’ MySpace design, everyone wants to know when they will be forced to upgrade their MySpace profile to 3.0. The latest news is that the new look of MySpace, also known as Project Futura, will launch on October 15. Continue reading
On Sept 15, 2008, almost exactly 7 years after the collapse of the Twin Towers, Lehman Brothers went bankrupt and the world’s financial system collapsed too. A wave of bankruptcy started and our band name suddenly started to make sense. So we wrote a song called Wave Of Bankruptcy.
It’s September again, and now we have a video for it. Continue reading
Recommending music on Facebook to your friends has just got easier with Bandcamp’s latest cool new feature. It is now possible to embed the Bandcamp player in your friend’s wall by just copy-pasting the URL of a track or an album, or using the Share link on their Bandcamp page. People can listen to the music without leaving Facebook, they just have to click on the album cover and it changes into the player.
So why not try this right away with sharing the last Bankrupt album with your friends? 😉 (Read more about this here.)
Updating your status on social media websites with your blog’s RSS feed is easy, and there are several options to do it. We’ve been experimenting with doing it in different ways, and we’ll be on the lookout for new options that may come along. Here’s how we do it now. Continue reading
We really dig short punk rock songs, so we’ve collected the list of the shortest punk rock videos ever. There was one additional condition as well: we had to like them. So yes, we are aware of 3-second grindcore videos like this, or this, but no, that’s not our cup of tea really. However, you are welcome to suggest short punk rock videos that we may like, and if we do, we’ll include those as well. Continue reading