Well this one is better! In a conversation with Franklin while hanging out, he claims he \"grew up in five states, two countries, fourteen different homes, eight fathers, three care homes, two correctional facilities, one beautiful, damaged flower of … And you can’t always do that nowadays. Even sooner would be even better! Sometimes you get the perfect combination of having a point that you want to get across, and having the emotional backup to really make it compelling. Stay tuned for details! What’s a douche??”. I don’t really want to be in the business of selling a lot of records or books or whatever. But I will say this: it’s better for me if a melody line isn’t written ahead of time. Whether it’s a real-life haunted house, a prank that went too far or a really strange church function, these musicians have witnessed some pretty freaky stuff. This TV would do that. And yes, I told him about the whole “Disconnected” thing! Let’s do that!”. Now, that’s talking technically about the music and the style. Yeah, on the first and second album, Scott and I were both writing lyrics and music for those songs. They are unquestionably the Punk Rock band I’ve listened to the most since the very beginning of my Punk Rock listening career. We’d play, G.I. As you do it, you realize there’s methods and there’s expectations and there’s things that you should be bringing to it if you want to be professional or grow and change, and so I think once you reach a certain point where you’re aware of all these things, you can put all those techniques into a song. We recorded “The Grind” a couple years back. (*both laugh*). I also feel comfortable in saying that they’re the band I’ve gotten to know the best over the years. I didn’t intend for it to be, but I think I found my lyrical voice as an artist with sort of – my forte is self-examination. Naked Raygun was one of those bands, and especially that record, Raygun…Naked Raygun, it was late in their career. And still liking some Metal but getting more in to Pop Punk, that record had elements of both in it. Ten years later, me and my brother moved out into our own place, and that TV came and it never did it again. So I appreciated the Rob Kurth and Matt Riddle years, but I really knew the Scott era going forward. Do you remember? And some bands are just putting new records out. Malinda (Cole) Treat 09 Nov 1803 Gorham, Ontario, New York, United States - 18 Sep 1881 managed by Edward Trever. I feel like it’s a bit egotistical and it’s not normally the thing I would go for. Andrew W.K. I was like 8. One of the things that I think is cool about you doing a lyric book is that I think one of the things that sets Face To Face apart from a lot of other 1990s punk rock bands is the lyrics. It’s really important to have a visual aspect to a book like this, I think. Yeah, exactly. I wanted to get the old stuff out, and I figured a couple of new songs would be nice for people to have too. I started searching the digital outlets, and of all those covers we’d recorded, one would be like a bonus track for Japan, or you do a lot of this random shit throughout your career, because the label will get on you “Oh, you need an extra track for this, or an extra track for that.” What I noticed ended up happening over a period of time is that you can’t find those songs anymore. It’s like anything else, you’re your own worst critic, right? Survivors include his wife of 32 years Sheila Murphy Hyder. Trevor Donovan was born in Mammoth Lakes, California. I remember my brother and I had a TV up there. I wonder if that might be the thing that we all have in common … those early records, at least for us anyway, we were flying blind. Nothing was completely finished when it was brought, and a few happened right there in the room. So they scared the shit out of you for three hours, and you got hell with the guy who dies, and you meet Satan. So yeah, for anyone who knows those records, this would be a way for people to go “oh, shit, I didn’t realize Trever wrote “Burn”!” And there’s (Viva Death) outtakes that aren’t easy to find that are in the book too. A native of Carter County, he was a son of the late Arnold Ruby Bennett Hyder. It was a haunted house. Please log in again. I’m fine now, but it took a lot of passing out and falling out, doctors, physical therapy. So what they do is, they have something called Hell House or Savior House. Or even like on the Viva Death songs that are in the book, which sort of surprised me. And that’s kind of a hard thing to look at sometimes! People will just probably see it in their Spotify feed and go “oh, where did this come from?! Before I even gave him any direction, he sent me a picture of the cover and he said “what do you think about this?” There was this image and a couple others … and this cover was just so striking and cool that I just said “yeah! “They have the uncanny ability to merge the best parts of SoCal style punk rock with British pop rock melodic sensibilities. I hate to sound self-important or give too much weight to the work that we do as a band, because we’re a Punk Rock band at the end of the day (*both laugh*), but it shouldn’t be discounted if you’re able to make a connection with people, or you’re able to have a thought that you jot down, or have words that you put to music, and if it truly can have an impact at such a personal level, I don’t take that connection lightly. So then seeing it in print in the book, I went “holy shit…” I remember, what I had texted Scott was “did you guys change the chorus of ‘Disconnected’ on the acoustic album? I think it made it controversial at the time. I don’t want to release it into a bunch of noise, you know? Not that it doesn’t happen, because it does happen sometimes and it’s great. ... Keith Henry Richard Cole 30 May 1925 Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia … What I’ve turned Antagonist into now is I just do short runs of collectible vinyl. !” And I was like “I don’t know, I heard it on the radio! They flew me their tracks, I recorded my vocal and my guitar here, and the keyboard that’s in the middle section of “Coma Girl,” and then I mixed everything and slapped it on the front of the record. Associated With. It never seemed obscure to me because it was like my favorite song from that record. Well, I was scared last July, July 4, when we played our first show and I slipped a disc in my neck, and I couldn’t really move for a week, and I thought maybe it would get worse, and I wouldn’t be able to move or walk. SUPER SALE: $3 for 3 months of Digital Plus Then $2.49 a week. In a weird way, I think you can be a little selfish, and we definitely were a little selfish when we made that record. It’s not SO different! So looking back at that, I was always scared of turning off that TV in that room. It’s not necessarily that I intended it that way, but it’s a great result that you can write something that you’re passionate about and have somebody connect with it in a way that it inspires them or helps them in some way. Because I think this record does have its own identity. It’s like a scavenger hunt! Lead singer and guitarist Trever Keith chatted with Punknews interviewer Gen Handley about what may be Face to Face's most political record so far, the professional implications of playing in a band at 44, and why punk rock is the new soundtrack of Americana. We won’t spill all the beans here, but let’s just say that if you’re a fan of the band’s first three albums (1992’s Don’t Turn Away, 1995’s Big Choice and their 1996 self-titled record), you’ve now got plans for the Thanksgiving long weekend! I swung open the door and was like, “WHO’S THERE” and then there was no one there. One time, I ate an edible that was too strong, and my dog started barking. So she was getting her costume and the person was like, “What about you?” and I’m like, “Nah dude.” And, “No no no, we’ll get a costume for you.” And I was like, “Nah man,” being kind of reluctant and he was like, “Nah man, I got it.” And I was like, “Yeah?” and he goes, “punk rocker.” And I was like, “What?” and he goes, “Yeah, we can make you look like a punk rocker, too.” So that was pretty scary to me. That’s the beauty of being able to create, and the best possible scenario of creating music. Only 52 more days until Bad Cop / Bad Cop releases their new album on the world! It was like that. I swear that’s really what he says, though! (1977) and The Tomorrow People (1973). Listen … Ignorance Is Bliss is and always has been a great record. It won’t be released until the band is able to get back out on the road, but if you’re hankering for some live-performance Face To Face in the meantime, it’s also worth mentioning that the band may have a little something in the way of a Triple Crown live stream weekend up their collected sleeves. Later in life, I read that that’s ghost energy. I didn’t really know what I was doing – I found one of those companies online that does book publishing, and they seemed to make good quality stuff. Probably right after the time the band had the most exposure, and where we were seeming to make our largest impact, which was probably between ‘96 and ‘98. Mark your calendars. “Jackbooted Thug” was definitely one of those more outside things, but Viva Death is an outside project in and of itself, so I felt the freedom to just try to do totally different stuff, you know? So, the lights would normally be off, and I would go to the TV and turn it off, and I’d run and go downstairs, and sometimes the TV would turn back on, and [when] the tube would punch the screen, it would make this noise. Jason Stone . When did you realize … that people were latching on to your words? This is real. I was so taken aback that I actually questioned whether or not they’d changed the lyrics to the song on the acoustic version for whatever reason and so I went back and listened to a few of the more “plugged-in” versions in my collection and you know what? Set against the backdrop of artwork provided by San Antonio based illustrator Ray Tattooed Boy, the paperback contains lyrics to (by my unofficial count) 170 Keith tracks penned between 1990 and 2020. I think Ray’s in San Antonio. (*both laugh*), Man, I’ve done that with so many songs from my childhood that you just heard wrong. I was a 20 year old kid or whatever when that album came out, but I feel like I “got it” right away. Then we did the new songs, “Million Miles Away” and “Coma Girl,” which were each recorded at home on each person’s recording system. My brother is very involved in the Milwaukee PD, and he knows plenty of stories that would at least have strange displaced energy left there. When we moved to a different house, that TV came and never did it again. This sucks.”. It was a long hallway that led up these stairs. There was no handshake, but we certainly encountered each other, and I’ve got about six other people that could corroborate that story. Beschreibung: Elena kehrt an ihre Schule zurück und sieht ein Bild von Jeremy. Were the new ones recorded since COVID? There would be knocking at the door every day around 5 o’clock, like the same time as this accident had happened. In the very first Oral History issue featuring Frank Iero, the musician explores and relives how he first got involved in music and the artists he recalls falling in love with as a child. Generational thing, the time back then was different. Whether it’s a real-life haunted house, a prank that went too far or a really strange church function, these musicians have witnessed some pretty freaky stuff. Is that why you picked it? At the end, they go to hell because they weren’t Christians. They hadn’t changed the lyrics at all, I’d just been wrong. Register Batting; Year Age AgeDif Tm Lg Lev Aff G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG Did you still come in with an idea of a thing you want to write about, or do you let the melody dictate what you’re going to say? It’s no different with writing lyrics, I guess. I’ll never forget this because every time I was up there alone, my mom turned the TV off and the lights off, and the light switch was behind the door, and the TV was on the far end. But lyrically, I was lucky enough that when I wrote the lyrics at least for the first record … and I think those lyrics are probably stronger than the Big Choice album. And one of the things that’s kind of cool about doing an anthology and not doing it chronologically but doing it alphabetically, I think you can see where my head was at in different places in time. That house used to make the craziest noises. It’s Halloween, and bands have plenty of spooky stories to share. We also talked about the just released Standards And Practices Volume 2, a compilation of rare, sometimes unreleased covers the band has recorded over the last few decades including, most recently, Naked Raygun’s “The Grind,” Joe Strummer’s “Coma Girl” and the Plimsouls’ 1983 classic “A Million Miles Away.” Of course, we talked a little bit about the band’s forthcoming, as-yet-unnamed tenth studio full-length. and his wife Cherie Lily perform during the Warped Tour in Pomona in 2010. This came out really cool, you must be excited with how it turned out! Fuck. There are moments on the Big Choice album that I think are great, but it’s not as consistent as Don’t Turn Away, and maybe self-titled even less! I’m like, “I’m going to bed. I just immediately gravitated to it. At the end, they ask you if want to become a Christian. The ghost was inquisitive and seemingly young, which was a bit of a bummer. I’ve tried to tighten up those types of ideas over the years too. Keep scrolling to read our chat (which has been condensed and edited for clarity’s sake, believe it or not)! We always thought there was some logical explanation for it, like maybe it was the pipes heating up, or maybe the oven causing the door to rattle. It used to be, years ago, when we all lived in LA together – and this is mainly the era of me, Scott, Pete (Parada), and Chad (Yaro), and then later just me, Scott and Pete, we had a rehearsal studio in the Valley that we could all get too pretty quickly from our various locations, and we would rehearse three days a week, you know? I guess I was pretty scared. We REALLY, REALLY are proud of it. So I thought it’d be cool if you can get them, and while we’re at it, why don’t we just record some new ones. He goes to hell at the end, and you have to pick where you want to go. And it’s been really good so far. Cancel anytime. That was something that happened pretty early on in the band’s career and I’ve tried to make that a focus and a priority each time we write songs. I remember my brother and I had a TV up there. So yeah, not a big marketing push, but I did this one digitally as well, which usually we might have only given to a bigger label before, like a Fat or something, and they might have done a bunch of marketing. He did about twenty other illustrations for me, and they were all really great. The girl is Christian and the guy is not, so she goes to heaven, and there’s billowy clouds and angels and stuff. But every door inside of the house we’d heard knocking on it, and they had all been opened. I think so too, even though it says “deuce” (in the lyrics). 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Hollywood producer Trevor Engelson, 42, will marry his 31-year-old fiancee Tracey Kurland at the Rosewood Miramar Beach in Montecito, California on … He continued on with his passion for music and started recording solo material as well as maintained his own record label. All the techniques are there!” But if it’s lacking in emotion, people aren’t going to connect with it. What had happened was I had my mask on and my earphones in and went for a walk in the neighborhood surrounding my suburban home and I fired up Hold Fast, the band’s 2018 acoustic album (Fat Wreck Chords). Exactly! Behind where the light switch was, I realized it was super-cold. That was one of the first records that kind of got me in to Punk Rock, and it was really rad to be able to record one of those songs and to get our version of it out there. But back to your original question … (*pauses*) … no! I didn’t really give him much direction. The lyrics seemed more important – and maybe that’s me saying that as a long-time Face To Face fan, so that’s a thing I hung my hat on. I was a lot more specific in that regard, and I think it helped me to write better lyrics; better, more concise lyrics that helped avoid some mistakes I’ve made in the past.

Originally comprised of friends Trever Keith on vocals and guitar and Matt Riddle on bass, the two started a group called Zero Tolerance. So, the lights would normally be off, and I would go to the TV and turn it off, and I’d run and go downstairs, and sometimes the TV would turn back on, and [when] the tube would punch the screen, it would make this noise. When you think about it, I think “Whip It” might be the oldest song on there, and that goes back to the ‘90s. I was like 8. So too are deeper cuts like “Dead To Rights,” from the band’s 2013 The Other Half EP, or “Jackbooted Thug,” an outtake from the 2006 sessions from Keith and Scott Shifflet’s side project Viva Death’s sophomore release, One Percent Panic. But, depending on how things go in the world, it could be later. I think like a lot of people, when you discover a band mid-stream, the thing that you discovered first tends to be the thing that you hold on to the most. That was the most haunted shit that’s ever happened to me.
The album had moderate success and saw bassist Matt Riddle replaced by Scott Shiflett. I don’t know … I might be reading too much into it, but I think one thing that’s worth mentioning is that, for anyone that’s interested in getting a glimpse at the emotional tone for the record, all of the lyrics for the album are included in the book. You can listen to it and pick up elements of music that touch on everything. He served in the United States Army during What makes you really proud and excited for this one? That’s kind of what I’m trying to do with the label now. It happened 10 or 15 times, and it would turn back on; the tube would punch the screen the same place, off Brass Court, off Battleground, which was [where] clearly a lot of people had died. He goes to hell at the end, and you have to pick where you want to go. The secret service had come to my house. Sometimes I think when a song is effortless, it’s just easy for your emotion to come through in it. But over the past five or ten years or whatever, I’ve been trying to develop it into this kind of sold-out style record label, where we might do 500 copies of something and then the collectors are happy that they have their collectible piece of whatever-it-is, and I got to make something cool and that I could be proud of. Like, all of a sudden, here’s a pre-order! I started seeing his work and I liked it so I started following him and I was like “hey, let me reach out to this guy and see what he says.” And it worked out! Martha Bambridge Cole bef 16 Mar 1856 Tunstead, Norfolk, England managed by Rico X. Robert Cole bef 1830 . After we released our self-titled record, we toured on it for like two years straight. I laid the book out, and I was very much a DIY project, you know? Damon und Elena laufen in New York herum. It is! We lived in North Carolina off a street called Battleground where I think part of the Civil War stuff had happened. He fathered a daughter, Darla, with ex-wife Erin Burkett, whom he divorced in 2010. Well, I was scared last July, July 4, when we played our first show and I slipped a disc in my neck, and I couldn’t really move for a week, and I thought maybe it would get worse, and I wouldn’t be able to move or walk. It’s a Pop record, it’s a Punk Rock record, but there are Rock elements on the album too. Spencer Chamberlain: We lived in North Carolina off a street called Battleground where I think part of the Civil War stuff had happened. The ghost was inquisitive and seemingly young, which was a bit of a bummer. The amount of attention that you put on song lyrics and the way they land on the fans, I think, is different. In the early part of my career, it was just freeform, just grabbing shit out of the ether, you know? It was an Instagram thing … he was coming up in my feed or we were connected by friends somehow. Trever Keith, musician, and front man of punk-pop group Face to Face Raven , drag queen and performer Stevie Ryan , writer, comedian, and star of Stevie TV [63] It’s an interesting in general to have a career with any longevity, because at some point, as much as you may want to forge new paths with your music and your lyrics, ultimately there’s a path that works, and it’s the connection between you and the fanbase you’ve been lucky enough to garner over the years. How can we not love a band that is a mere 'Y' away from our site's name? I think emotionally it’s a really, really strong album, and that’s where I really key into it. Aric Improta: I broke into an old hospital on Halloween, and then we got chased out by the cops. I didn’t realize the kind of impact my lyrics could have. When I have veered off the path, I’ll look at a lyric and go “eh, well, I don’t really connect as much emotionally with that song as I do with some other ones.” Sometimes, the music and the lyrics are a pure expression of emotion, and sometimes it’s more of an exercise, you know? I came home from work thinking someone broke into my house and wondering why the fuck the table was set for a formal dinner with blood in the [glasses], and I was freaking out. It came out really cool. The draw is the lyrics, but you can find every song lyric online if you’re really curious about what they are. It’s probably more serious than funny. I don’t really do that anymore, but that happened once. They’re even newer than the album that won’t be released until Spring of next year. There’s not going to give you any musical insight, but every song lyric is in the book so you can pick a copy of it up to check that out, that’s something you can do. There are other really good bands that came from that era, but I think that’s one of the things that helped set the band apart and help it rise to the top. I lived off a street called Brass Cannon Court, and we had a room above the garage which was the play room. I mean, the recording for our album has been done for months, but we just got back together to record those covers. That’s kind of where people started coming to me with stories, like “oh, dude, I was really depressed and I was in a really awful, dark place, and your lyrics were really inspirational for me and really helped motivate me and pull me out of that place.” I was blown away by that, the first time I heard it. I guess I was pretty scared. I don’t want to release it when everyone else is putting out tons of records and we don’t have an opportunity to go out and perform it. Every new record is special, but this record is REALLY special for us. I was like, “Who the fuck, who did this, who’s here, I’ll kill you,” and they come around the corner laughing their asses off. And it’s a cool exercise, because for anyone that hasn’t been along for the ride from day one of Face To Face, you’ll see things in there that make you go “wait a minute … what’s this song?” If you haven’t dug that deep into the Viva Death stuff or even the Melancholics Anonymous record, you get to dive into trying to figure out where that stuff is. And it fucked me up. , and bands have plenty of spooky stories to share. Party all night!”. As it turned out, Face to Face’s Trever Keith was charged onstage from behind by an unidentified man, and two other men were stabbed in separate fights at that concert. Yeah, so what I did was we made a “Volume 2,” which is mostly a collection of pre-released music, but it’s music you can’t really find. Dude, it scared me so bad. He put a couple of those illustrations together and themed them with a line from a song or a title or whatever. Where it’s consistent, it’s consistent, but then there are moments where it really falls off! Sometimes five days a week if we had a record or a tour coming up, we’d get in there and really bang it out. (*both laugh*) It’s like “well, in this verse I’m in the first person, and then in the chorus I’m in the third person,” and you can do that and it works and you say “well, I’m taking artistic license,” but really it’s just kinda lazy. I never got a copy of the first lyric book you did (editor’s note: it was available on Face To Face’s “Farewell Tour” in the early 2000s), so I’m glad this one exists! You have to satisfy your own criticisms as you move on in whatever it is that you do in life. I was like “what’s wrong with people?” To me, I thought it was their awesome record, because I wasn’t “in the know” when it came out. Trevor Donovan, Actor: Texas Rising. Oh my God, in my life? At the end, they ask you if want to become a Christian. I was kind of a Johnny-Come-Lately to Punk Rock; I grew up as kind of a Metal kid, and I didn’t discover Punk Rock music that I liked until I was probably 18 or 19. He has a place called Beach Road Studio, and the guys recorded all the music there – I was off with my wife in Toronto. In this part 2 episode, Toby once again speaks with Freddy Madball about starting music at a young age, going on "vacation", Madball's before and after, getting by in NYC, meeting his wife and starting a family, good food & coffee and more! Well and it’s also just weird to think that it was probably the 4,000th time I heard that song that I finally realized it. Joe’s; we were super young. Lyrically? Fuck. I’ll write down a bunch of different titles and I’ll pick from them. Trevor is a true renaissance man, aside from being proficient at most sports, he can play guitar, sing, and has a bachelor's degree in graphic design. 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