Swords And Pens
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Swords And Pens

We’re never gonna be the same again
Bury me I’m not your friend
You have your sword, I’ve got my pen
Measuring might is a means to an end

We’re never gonna be the same again
Bury me I’m not your friend
Not broke, just bent.

Botanist / Palace of Worms - Split LP

Hey its your buddy jarred! we all realised bottinist is a man who watched a bugs life but did you know he has a friend that is a WORM? eeeeewwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Worms are the worse bugs ever their so wet when they get all dirty my doge found one!!!!

The dirty worm man came out of the ground last tues day and washed all the mud off his pajamas, nice! He and the botenis are good friends!!!!!!  The dirtty man liked to watch “Antz” more though i think. i think he thinks its funnier than shark tale, probably.

When they sing a big song together with loud voices, thats grate! They live in a house botenist picks flowers and pulls weedes and they always share there legos. He keeps the worm in a little palace where he feeds him salad to eat and never  feeds him to the fish!!!!!!!! The worm has googly eyes

Ew hahahahahaha petey keeps tickling me while i give stars on the computer dont make me get the worm petey!!!!!!!

10/10 out of 10 stars dirty men!!!!!!!!!!jarred


circe poisoning the sea


Ahh, the Apocalipstix/Eat Your Lipstick split LP.

Two top-notch political German grrrl-punk bands.

I know next to nothing about Eat Your Lipstick, so let’s talk about my favourite of the two - Apocalipstix.

Followers of my podcast will remember that I often play these three bands: Lost World, Endrophobia, Apocalipstix. The common element between these three bands is vocalist Tati, who happens to have one of the very best voices in hardcore punk. Ever. She can growl, scream, and sing sweetly… all in the same song. Apocalipstix was her most recent band, I believe. A lot more straight-forward punk than Lost World or Endrophobia, with lyrics that are a bit more personal, yet still raw and political. More environmental songs, too.

This record is pretty hard to track down, as it’s been out of print for a few years. Check discogs, or hound your local jaded “older punk” who’s moved on to the next trend.