Tuesday, October 20, 2009

wedding nights eve

Seriously if you ever want to have one of the best, yet most stressful times you could ever imagine, then get married. It takes a lot out of you, but you end up viewing all the good with none of the bad. Plus it is a good excuse to throw a party that isn't at your house. I'm not going to post any pictures of the wedding on here, but I will show you our good friends Allison and Jeff practicing our wedding "ceremony" and teaching us to "dance", as well as some good ol'fashioned tipsy faces and an annoying picture of my dog thrown in to boot.

On a lighter note, Machida is going to stomp Shogun this weekend. Holla if you can hear me. Next stop, Gainesville FL for The Fest 8. See you there, show you afterwards.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Mouthbreather's European Vacation

If you had told me a year ago that in September of 2009 not only would my band be going to Europe to tour, but that the President and First Lady of these United States would be seeing us off, I would have laughed right in your face. Funny how life works out like that. One second you're washing dishes and the next you've got Obama hanging out with us and eating Cin-a-bon at Dullus International. Who knew that was where they parked Air Force One.

In any case Mouthbreather has returned from Europe and with our new found love for warm beer and carbonated water, I bring a bevy of photographs from the land of kilometers and David Hasselhoff. Enjoy.

Darmstadt, Germany/ Oettinger Villa

Vienna, Austria/ Arena

Zann and seeing some Nazi parade grounds in Nuernberg, Germany/ K4

Prague, Czech Republic

Zann and the the little squat on the prairie in Wroclaw, Poland / wagon club

Brandon updating his facebook status somewhere in Germany. Muenster Maybe?

Cloak/Dagger in Utrecht, Holland / ACU

Gent, Belgium

Muehlheim/ AZ

Copenhagen / lades kaelder

Sleeping/rock climbing in Hamburg, Germany

Tina showing us her castle and Asshole Parade in Karlsruhe, Germany / cafe nancy

Brandon being a hippie in Caen, France.

Berlin, Germany

Hippest Graffiti and the unbombed parts of Dresden, Germany.

12 hours and 11 euros worth of Uno

So we had a pretty good time. I got to play shows an feel like a tourist and then make you sit through my boring slide show. More at 11.