“How do you show that you like your fans? You don’t ding ‘em for money every possible chance you get. You make the CD’s long and you add a lot of cool bonus cuts. You don’t charge 50 bucks for a T-Shirt. You charge a little bit more than what you make off it. When kids download your stuff for free off the internet and they tell you about it, you don’t get mad at ‘em. My parting line is ‘Pal, I’d rather be heard than paid.’ So if you wanna steal my stuff you go ahead and do to me what record labels have been doing to me for- now, now you get to play the man! Good for you! But am I gonna come after you like Lars Ulrich, demanding my 35 cents? No, man. You know, if you can’t afford to listen to my music and you gotta get it off the internet, at least you’re rockin.”—
New: Witchfinder General: Days Of Revelation Rulebook!
In the 17th century, in the lead up to the English Civil Wars, courageous Witchfinders battle against many vile abominations that plague a once green and pleasant land. Clandestine Vampire factions secretly strive for dominion over a deceived nation. The rules, written by Eric Barnes, are designed for two players (or two sides) using bands of 28mm models and are inspired by myth, legend, historical events and classic horror movies in a fast and ferocious wargame!
Wouldn’t mind finding a set of rules to use these bad boys too….
"The perspective/narrative is also changing apparently and it won’t be only or heavily Imperial, he/she said that GW wanted to make some of the other “good” races (Tau Empire, Eldar) feel just as important as the Imperium when it comes to lore/fluff and the fate of the galaxy. This was apparently some of the reasoning behind why Tau Empire and Eldar are getting books before armies like Dark Angels and Black Templars.”
“I get it, some of you are big boys and girls who don’t get scared or don’t like the modest pace of the PARANOMAL ACTIVITY movies. You need music to tell you to be scared, cats or birds popping out of doors and windows to get your blood racing, loads of gore to let you know that something horrible is happening. And I love those things too; I’m not knocking them. But sometimes I love to be reminded that it’s so much easier to scare me in the real world than in the movies, and PA3 continues the tradition of doing just that.”—
had a great day with the Wolves. sold much merch for OTI, DWI and Final Rage.
I only managed to see OTI and Final Rage but they were both amazing.
I ate a pea fritter. they are maybe the ebst thing any chippy has ever made.
watched Dieter eat my body weight in Micky d’s breakie. thats what real vikings eat.
met lots of old friends again and chatted to some new ones.
saw the rest of Guerrilla UK.
glad to see Hannah again….wish I’d have managed to go see their family!
Margate and the CT dudes will always have a special place in my heart. have always been made to feel like one of the family. I played my first show there with Area Effect and Knuckledust in 1997 and I’ve been back many many times.
First chance I’ve had to update this thing since CTW.
Hats off to Wardogs and DWI, the shit I saw was buck and both bands should be proud of the impact they’ve made and the body of work they put out during their respective lifespans. Hope whatever all those folk go on to do brings them much…