A fight broke out during Every Time I Die's Christmas show in Buffalo between venue security, band members, and the fans. The incident occurred when frontman Keith Buckley invited audience members on-stage for the final song. Footage can be seen in the replies.
We generally don't do big movie premieres here on the site, but when this (should be) Golden Globe winner hit our inbox, we had to make like Cannes and snag the premiere ASAP. Featuring only the finest acting skills from members of The Swellers, Every Time I Die and The Damned Things, head to the replies for the premiere of Total Behavior filmed by Swellers' bassist Anto Boros. The premise? "An '80s themed movie about a scientist who plans to crash the moon into NYC until he realizes that his son lives on the moon."
In light of the recentissues surrounding Every Time I Die, I spoke to lead singer Keith Buckley exclusively about the whole ordeal and how this whole mess got started. You can read his answers in the replies. Remember, the DVD that started all this, Shit Happens The Series?, hits stores October 26th.
After our decade "best of" lists, there's certainly a disagreement and a consensus amongst staff members and users alike. Let us not forget the discussion that the site received for the Absolute Classics column either.
I introduce to you the "New Classics." Once in a while, we'll write why we think a certain album, given time, will go down as that band's monument, or most significant release, and the impact it seemed to have musically and socially.
Outside the box of the obvious choices, I'm going to pick one from my decade list to start this thing off. Jump to the replies to see my thoughts on why Every Time I Die's Hot Damn! has the potential to go down as a "New Classic."