The Fall of Troy: F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X.
That is, until I found this track.
F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X, off their relatively new release Doppelganger is a redux of the hideously titled F.C.P.S.I.T.S.G.E.P.G.E.P.G.E.P. from their 2003 release. It evokes the At-The Drive In, Funeral for a Friend, and even some of my old hardcore faves .
Is it sacrilege to post a music video on feldheim? I mean besides some children's entertainer. Like a serious music video?
We'll find out:
Angela: "This is earth shatteringly groundbreaking rock. It changes the very paradigm of what we know as music."
Toonces: "Not bad. I actually kind of enjoy it. But it kinda sounds like it's off beat at some points like that one Led Zeppelin song. I am a DJ. I can pick that stuff out. Anyways, you like that definitely check out this band called Joy Division. You'd totally dig it."
Blossom: "Irregardless. What a blatant Pearl Jam rip off."
Ritter: "I don't get it, bro. Why don't they slow it down and throw in some world music samples?"
Jafar: "Dude. I lived in Brooklyn. Fucking brook-lyn, aiight? Man, I knew about these guys four years ago before they were even a band and saw them twice in a club you'd never be able to find because it's not even a club: it's actually an abandoned butcher fridge in an alley in Prospect Heights . Now where'd I put those chuck taylors..."
Screech: "UFIA. That guitarwork is totally l33t, 100% teh h4x04r. ytmnd. w00t."
Woody: "I really, truly, utterly, and completely love men."
Biff: "I have my own internet company. That means I'm really busy. Seriously! Why doesn't anyone believe me?"