Ok, so I've been sidelined with a health problem and then a bad reaction to the medication that I was taking. It was nasty and I really wanted to write a review for the new Menzingers album. So, I made it happen. I'm trying out something new this time since there are no music videos from On The Impossible Past I've got a little soundcloud box with three different tracks from the album. I don't know if I'll do this consistently, or if its a sometimes thing, but I'm sure you'll deal with it one way or another. Life is often all about coping. But now, on to the review of the Menzingers' On The Impossible Past.
Well that could have gone better. You're probably aware of what a disaster this season has been for Columbus, it started shortly after Jeff Carter barricaded himself in his house for a couple days before GM Scott Howson & team captain Rick Nash(they were still buddies then) had to travel to Jersey and convince him to come out of hiding...
Let’s be honest and call today what it really was, it was like a hand job after being promised a wonderful and magical night. Sure it was nice, but it certainly didn’t match the build up that was coming from her (her in this case being GMs). Today’s trades were better than nothing, but at the 3pm deadline, I was left wanting more.
The moves were— nice and safe, but not what we were expecting. The build up with Rick Nash drama, Dustin Brown vs Mike Richards, Anaheim shopping their entire first line, the rumors about Toronto, I’m sorry but I was expecting mind blowing, bed breaking sex, I mean, big name trades.
Instead we got this:
This week Ty Anderson from Hockeybuzz.com makes a return visit to the show to discuss the Bruins, Boston bands and college hockey fans. Other topics include: No Trigger's newest album, Hockey Nova Scotia seeks to ban energy drinks.
Get To Know Your Co-Host: Ty Anderson from Hockeybuzz
Album Review: No Trigger’s Tycoon
-Nova Scotia seeks to ban energy drinks in minor hockey
-Minnesota Duluth starts a smallpox blanket chant
Featured Franchise: Bruins
Songs Featured In This Episode:
Laramie by Suicide File
Anchor End by A Wilhelm Scream
Insider (Executive/Amputee) by No Trigger
On Top by Los Bungalitos
White Knuckles by Defeater
Black Thunder by Doomriders
Anyone aware of the punk scene knows about the problems that go down when Victory Records gets involved. The latest to join the "Victory Records Sucks" parade? New Jersey ska band Streetlight Manifesto (but I guess you guessed that from the title).
Streetlight Manifesto has posted on their website a call to arms, a boycott of their merch and music. According to Streetlight: