Brennan Huff:Listen, I know that we started out as foe. But after that courageous act that you showed me against the one they call Derek, maybe someday we could become friends. Friends who ride majestic, translucent steeds, shooting flaming arrows across the bridge of Hemdale.
Dale Doback:I would follow you into the mists of Avalon if that's what you mean.
If you’re going to be a musician, WANT it for the right reasons. If you’re successful as a musician, be THANKFUL for what you have. If you’re going to be a booking agent or promoter or manager, DO IT 100% or not AT ALL. If you’re going to own a record label, do it to benefit the artists not just…
“What’s coming is a million new reasons not to live your life. You can deny your possibility to succeed and blame it on something else. You can fight against everything… everything you pretend keeps you down. You can live Kierkegaard’s inauthentic life. Or you can make what Kierkegaard called your Leap of Faith, where you stop living as a reaction to circumstances and start living as a force for what you say should be.
What’s coming is a million new reasons to go ahead.”—Chuck Palahniuk (via seventyfourspecies) (via quote-book) (via madiemadmad) (via hesychia)
Jarrod Gorbel might have already made a name for himself with his previous band The Honorary Title, but this time around he’s doing things all by himself and taking his sound towards a whole new direction. He will be releasing a full length solo album on August 31st entitled Devil’s Made A New Friend. For the past two months now he has been releasing a video on his YouTube channel each week, performing a song from his new album Devil’s Made A New Friend. With an impressive voice, you can be sure this album is going to do big things for his already promising career. Please take a few minutes and listen to the single off of the album, ”I’ll Do Better.” You will love it.
We are happy to announce we will be doing a few headlining shows at the beginning of October with our new friends, Automatic Loveletter. We will be working our way down the east coast and across the southern portion of America.
Tickets will go on sale this Friday, August 13. Be sure to let…
Will definitely be at the San Antonio date. I love Valencia so much.
For one, I’m not the person to be throwing my problems around, especially over the internet, but as someone who has gone through both depression and self-injury, this is bull shit. Wearing a t-shirt is not going to keep someone from attempting suicide, especially when only 25% of your profits are going towards the organizations that are said to help those suffering, while 75% goes God knows where. The organization is nothing but a clothing company and three-quarters of the fourteen year olds prancing around in TWLOHA shirts don’t even know what they’re representing. Yes, I understand 25% is better than nothing and yes, I do understand that they do help people (I’ve seen Jamie Tworkowski speak and he actually seems like a pretty amazing guy), but how can an organization that allegedely thrives on helping those who are lost give so little? Instead of buying a t-shirt and thinking and hoping you’re helping a lost soul why not go talk to someone who’s lost and know you’re helping them?