Thursday, August 30, 2012

CORRIN: Discography

Not much to be said about this band from Rhode Island that hasn't been said by their biography from the OneDaySaviour site...

"In my opinion New England was at the forefront of the metalcore scene in the mid 1990s. Bands like Overcast, Barrit, Cave In, Converge were all building up steam and it was not long before they would become a household name in the hardcore market. There was however one band that fell by the wayside during the frenzy and their name was Corrin. Fronted by Jesse Leach (former Killswitch Engage, Nothing Stays Gold and now Seemless) Corrin were certainly as good as the latter bands mentioned, though for one reason or another, they went completely overlooked. When I first arrived in Providence in 1996, Corrin were a sound that I had never heard before. Yes they were heavy, they clearly had metal and hardcore influences, but what made them different was that they sounded altogether evil. Similar to Overcast, Corrin were musically far more melodic and Jesse's vocals had a far more simple approach than his recent bands display. A sound that seemed to be a staple in the New England area at the time, Corrin would roll through mid paced metal chugging and seamlessly fall into dark melodic instrumental intros and outros. Often the band sounded rather unhinged, not clearly letting a particular part or pattern breathe for too long. Its a listen that while not compelling, is certainly unique in both style and form. Corrin would release a 7" entitled "Despair Rides On Angels Wings" on Hydra Head in 1995 and a split 7" with Arise from the same recording session. They would go on to record 4 more songs in 1996 that would never be released until the release of the CD "Plutonian Shores" on Infidel which compiled the last material as well as the previously released material from the 7"s and various compilations."

I included their 1995 Demo in this upload as well. Enjoy.


DAY OF MOURNING: Discography

When posted back in 2008, I initially had this post focused on the Your Future's End album (by far the band's finest work). With the somewhat recent re-issue on A389 Records, however, I decided to revamp the post into a discography (minus the obviously still in press EP). Some of the following information is probably inaccurate, but information on this band is relatively hard to come by. Feel free to post comments with corrections.

In a similar manner to A Death For Every Sin's monumental EP, Day Of Mourning played a style of driving, evil, mid-paced, Cleveland-inspired hardcore. However, unlike their Canadian counterparts, Day Of Mourning actually progressed with their creativity and awesomeness throughout their career. Taking influence at any given time from All Out War, Merauder, Integrity, Ringworm, Agnostic Front, Entombed and others of the like ... Day Of Mourning carefully crafted one of the more evil personas amongst hardcore at the time.

Their debut offering was a demo in 1998 entitled Guilty Innocence Roaming. With two out of six tracks being covers of Cleveland hardcore bands of the past, the band wasn't exactly hiding their cards as to where their influences came from. They apparently pressed this multiple times for different tours until the release of their Reborn As The Enemy debut was available through the efforts of Canadian label, Upheaval Records. Relying on the distribution of a smaller Canadian label at the time, the album didn't receive much fanfare down here in the states. Still to this day, the only copy of this album I have ever seen was in Jamey Jasta's distro he would bring with him back in 2000. I obviously and thankfully bought that copy.

Not long after the release of this epic full length, the band put out a split with Hardtime entitled “Penitence Towards The False Prophet” thanks to the efforts of yet another Canadian label, the Sounds Of Revolution. This effort would feature two offerings from their debut, Guilty Innocence Roaming demo: a song entitled Eroding Edict and a cover of Integrity's "Kingdom Of Heaven". While the album had considerably better distribution in the US with this album, the band was still shrouded in obscurity for the most part.

In May of 1999 the band would lay down three songs for a split with Red Sky from Edinboro, PA. Two originals and a cover of Agnostic Front's Eliminator. Presumably this is around the same time that the band would record an unreleased EP which contains some of my favorite Day Of Mourning material, to be honest. While one track would be featured on the West Coast Worldwide compilation put out by Mikey Hood ... the rest of the songs are otherwise unreleased to the extent of my knowledge. There is a bangin' cover of Earth AD (probably better than Earth Crisis') as well as a re-recording of Breathe Life Into A Dying Day ... but the other three songs were original tracks that had no release otherwise.

It would be only a month later in June of 1999 that the band would enter the infamous Mars Studio in the outskirts of Cleveland, Ohio to lay down their second full length entitled Your Future's End. It finally seemed as though they were about to break free of the constraints that being a Canadian band inherently had at the time. Featuring guest vocals on this offering from both Dwid of Integrity and James of Ringworm, the album was surely to attract the attention of the hardcore world at large. Alas this was not the case.

For whatever reason, the full length was split into a 6 song EP (that would eventually become Your Future's End) and a 5 song split with Clenched Fist out of Memphis, TN. Rumor has it that the split was initially supposed to also include Pitboss 2000 and Empire Falls as it was supposed to be released by Use Your Head Records. For whatever reason, this was not the case and the split forged ahead with only the offerings from Clenched Fist and Day Of Mourning. While the release is a solid offering from Day Of Mourning, the songs would have better served as the final stamp of proof that the band was capable of writing a full length every bit as vital as any of the US bands playing heavy hardcore at the time.

Unfortunately for the band at the time, the distribution capabilities of the label were still as big of a hindrance as the US Border presumably was. To my knowledge, the band only made several treks into the US throughout the existence of their band. I'm not sure what eventually dissolved the band, but the band went out without any type of bang ... at least here in the states.

According to the write-up that can be found HERE, "at the time the band broke up in 2001, they were working on their third album to be titled “Onwards to Tragedy and Contempt” as well as a split with Leval Blessing." Unfortunately, we never had the chance to hear those.

So here it is ... the entire Day Of Mourning discography ... minus, of course, their best material ... Your Future's End ... which is still readily available for purchase at A389 Records.



It took me a little longer than I would have liked but I finally got all of the links updated. There's over 100 posts on this site!!!

The Vegan Metalcore Bible post is going to take quite some time to get up and running again (I spent a month on it the first time around) ... but there are also going to be a lot of additions this time around!

So anyhow ... I got myself back into the swing of blogging by going through and updating this. I added a few new ones as well as updated a few of my older posts of a single album by making them full discographies as certain albums have went out of press in the last couple years.

Hope you enjoy ... let me know if you find any dead links.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

HOW IT ENDS: Discography

These guys referred to themselves as the heaviest band in the world when they first got together in 2001. I don't think they were far off.

I was lucky enough to see How It Ends in its original form once at the Bunion Bowl in Baltimore, MD in 2001. Bad Luck 13 played and beat Jesus with a barbed wire baseball bat while shooting roman candles into the faces of their fans, but that is a story for another time.

No one at the fest would give How It Ends a chance at the time. The outwardly "nu-metal" apprearance of the vocalist played second in the crowd's disapproval only to the fact that they were not covering Dysphoria songs (their pre-cursor band). Sadly, these were two rather typical sentiments of the hardcore scene at the time. If you didn't dress the hardcore part or if you tried doing something different musically (or in How It Ends' case, both), you weren't going to get any sort of recognition.

While I was always "into" Dysphoria, I felt a new level of intensity within How It Ends that never caught my attention in the years of their former project. The new tuning to G Sharp, the new vocalist, the emphasis on the live sound; this combination could not be topped in my eyes. Not many people had the chance to see this original line-up, however, due to their complete reformation after the release of their first full length.

Replacing the original vocalist and second guitarist were Gravity (of Dysphoria) and Dave Heck (of Palehorse), respectively. A more traditional hardcore sound was taken up for the second full length, Beloved, and while it is every bit as innovative and heavy as the initial release, I remain partial to the original recordings solely due to it being more my style ... and by "my style" I mean that it reminds me of Disembodied.

(Editor's Note: The break approximately three minutes into Dying Eyes can not be topped).


Tuesday, August 28, 2012


Grind songs that actually have listenability is something you're not going to come across too often. Drummers who can legitimately pull off gravity blasts without the convenience of triggers is an even rarer phenomenon.

Commit Suicide were the next step in the musical evolution that was going on in Pittsburgh around this time. Taking the technicality and song-writing a step past their counterparts before them such as Circle Of Dead Children, Fate Of Icarus, and Sadis Euphoria (all on Willowtip), Commit Suicide was always a cut above the rest in my eyes for multiple reasons.

This discography post includes their original 3 song demo that I picked up at their very first show (opening for Martyr AD and Burnt By The Sun at Roboto) along with both of their full lengths and a split with Misery Index that all were released in the early days of the infamous Willowtip Records.

The band has talked on-again-and-off-again about potential reunion shows ... but until then, you should pick up a copy of Human Larvae as it is an enhanced CD that has video of a full live set included with it. Plus its one of the best sounding grind albums due to the fact that they recorded with Bill Korecky (Integrity, In Cold Blood, Premonitions Of War, a lot of other albums that matter).


Tuesday, August 21, 2012

ADVENT: Unreleased Demos

I initially posted an unreleased Advent demo from 2006. I always had two other sessions of recordings that I never uploaded because the band had always planned on releasing a short-run press of their original demos.  Well, as you may or may not have heard, the band unfortunately called it quits a year or two ago now and at this point I think it's safe to assume said CD will never go to the presses. In turn, here is the original post along with the updated download link containing ALL THREE of the band's original demo sessions (as well as some other treats).

Sorry about the one track cutting out halfway through ... trust me, it bothers me more than it bothers you.


It may seems as though I dwell in the past due to this blog. While bands today are nowhere near as good as in the past, there are a handful of bands who still get me every bit as excited as I used to when I first started going to shows. Advent is one of these bands. While these un-used songs are better than pretty much anything else from any other band, they still pale in comparison to both full lengths; especially the most recent effort entitled "Naked And Cold".


WOODWORK: Demo 2012

While going through my e-mail and sorting out all of the junk that accumulated in the past couple months, I came across one meaningful message. A young band from France had messaged me a month or so back humbly requesting for a link to their demo that they just recorded. I checked it out and was impressed enough to post about it. These guys seem like they're putting a lot of heart into what they're doing so I just wanted to pass the word along. Here is their own description of their sound.

We are a band from Toulouse, France; influenced by the music and the ideas of bands/collectives/authors such as Unbroken, Indecision, Catharsis, Outspoken, Trial, Morning Again, Burn, Inside Out, 108, Noam Chomsky, CrimethInc, Alexander Berkman, Elisée Reclus.... We put out our demo on tape (orange & white) and CD-R. Hit us up if you want one:"

Here's a direct download link:

ALL ELSE FAILED: Discography

All Else Failed was formed in the summer of 1995 by Patrick Shannon, Luke Muir and Steve Wiegand. Originally, the youngsters were long on ambition and short on skill; early shows often times consisted of trashed equipment and interband fist fights. The band quickly developed a unique sound, however, one that at the time was called "metalcore" (back when that term actually applied to bands that took equal influence from hardcore and metal). The band cut its teeth in the burgeoning East Coast scene, sharing the stage on numerous occasions with such legendary bands as Ink and Dagger, Deadguy and Vision Of Disorder.

A 7-song demo was laid to tape in late 1995 in which 4 of the songs were used for a self-titled 7" in early 1996. This recording session is featured in its entirety (for the first time ever) on the compilation album entitled Good Enough For The Girls We Roll With (along with other unreleased demo tracks) which was released in 2006 on Thorp Records. I digress.

They released their debut album, "A Most Bitter Season", in 1997 on Temperance Records. The album was heavily influenced by Deadguy's signature raging "noise-core" with its own brand of insane mood swings. The album boasts a subtle groove underneath all the fury. This offering would be followed up in the summer of 1999 with the In Times Of Desperation EP released on Alone Records. This album was re-mixed as part of the 2006 release on Thorp I mentioned in the last paragraph.

They signed to Now Or Never records in 2000 and released their second album, "Archetype", in 2001. The album was produced by notorious Dillinger Escape Plan guitarist, Ben Weinman. The band took their first forays into extensive touring, seeing the band share stages with the likes of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Darkest Hour and Mastodon. The touring took its toll, however, and the band once again was reduced to the three original members.

In 2002, however, Dave Davies was introduced on guitar and breathed some fresh air into the band. At this point, the band began piecing together material for their third record, 2004's "This Never Happened". Still without a full time drummer, the band enlisted Chris Pennie from the Dillinger Escape Plan to perform the lion's share of the drum tracks for "This Never Happened". Soon after that record's release, Chris introduced the band to one of his students, Jimmy Rhodes, who has been with the band ever since. They hit the road again, sharing the stage with bands like Lamb Of God, A Life Once Lost and the Minor Times. After a hiatus in the later part of 2005, the band decided to lay down three new songs in May of 2006 for the "demo compilation" album put out by Thorp Records. Nothing formulated amidst the recording of the new tracks ... until 2011, that is.

The band decided to play a one-off reunion show at This Is Hardcore Fest in 2011 that I was fortunate enough to witness. The intensity displayed was exponentially more sincere than anyone else of the weekend and was a true testament to the era and area in which the band came from. The band also recorded several tracks again in 2011 as a limited EP that I did NOT get a chance to pick up. If anyone has a link to where I could either download or purchase ... please leave a comment with said info.

With a live show not capable of being denied or ignored, I have no fucking clue why I slept on this band for so long. Don't get me wrong, All Else Failed has been one of my favorite metalcore bands for at least five years now, but I went at least five years prior to that knowing full well who they were without truly appreciating the insanity that the band encompasses. While I had the entire discography as well as many missed opportunities to see the band live, it wasn't until the band was long gone that I really "got it".

Some of the band's earlier material takes a while to digest; especially if you're not from the fine state of Pennsvylania. While some native to the area are partial to the band's earlier material, the band's musical progression truly took off around the time of the Archetype album in 2001. Personally, my favorite tracks from All Else Failed come in the form of tracks 1 through 3 on the final CD released by Thorp Records. These were the final three tracks to ever be recorded by All Else Failed as the band split sometime in 2006. In fact, I decided to simply post a video of one of their final shows as opposed to trying to describe the intensity of the band. I'm going to leave the post at this and simply hope you enjoy yet another criminally underrated metalcore band from the east coast.

DOWNLOAD -  A Most Bitter Season (1997)
DOWNLOAD - Archetype (2001)
DOWNLOAD - Split with Bad Luck 13 Riot Extravaganza (2003)
DOWNLOAD - This Never Happened (2004)
DOWNLOAD - Good Enough For The Girls We Roll With (2006)

LASH OUT: Discography

Considering the best description that I can really write up on this band is "fucking awesome", I'm going to let the experts at Wikipedia handle the early years of the band as I'm simply copying and pasting what they have written.

"Lash Out arose from the remains of former hardcore bands based in the scene in and around the city of Molde, Norway. The former four-piece, by now five-piece band, got together in the last months of 1992 and recorded their first demo tape. This recording gave them a deal with the German label Stormstrike Records. Since then the band have released a 12"/MCD entitled "The Darkest Hour" (November 1993) and donated a track for a split 7" with labelmates Contention (January 1994). Both releases sold very well and have been given solid reviews worldwide, describing the band's output playing moshy, metallic hardcore.

In the summer of 1994 Lash Out recorded six new songs. Five of them appear on the "Worn Path" 12"/MCD and represent Lash Out as a more mature band dedicated to an even heavier and more melodic sound. The remaining track from the 1994 recording sessions appeared on a compilation of European hardcore bands on Conquer the World Records in the US."

Apparently from this point the band would go on to record several more split 7"s and EPs before culminating with an LP that remains unreleased to this band. Before breaking up in 1999, the band replaced their original vocalist in 1997 with a man named Ole Anders Olsen who would later go on to call himself Andy LePlegua while fronting the bands Icons Of Coil and Combichrist. Also, apparently some of the other members of Lash Out went on to form JR Ewing (screamo), Thunderbolt (considerably epic metal) and the infamous Sportswear (youth crew revival). Quite an interesting group of musicians, I would say.

The band followed through on promises to release a self-funded, double CD discography that also includes the previously unreleased full length. The band released the album, entitled The Judas Breed, for their shows they played with Integrity in 2011 in their home country of Norway. As far as I know the discography is no longer available and was only printed in a very small quantity. Luckily I had some friends in attendance who managed to grab a copy for me. The discography can be downloaded below.

DOWNLOAD - The Judas Breed Disc 1
DOWNLOAD - The Judas Breed Disc 2

On a side note ... I found this through some internet research on the band. It is a blog ran by one of the former members of the band ... it's pretty self-explanatory if you read the blog before reading the letter pictured at the top of the page. Enjoy it HERE.


Whenever I went to re-upload this post, I realized I had come across a few more unreleased Earth Crisis songs since the gathering of the original collection I put together. I have updated this entry along with the extra songs.

As you should know by now ... Earth Crisis will forever be my favorite band for obvious reasons. Despite the fact that the band offered up a new album a mere year and a half ago, I can't seem to get enough new material. While I am by no means bored with the classics, I simply yearn for some new tracks that I don't already have memorized by heart. It got me thinking to myself, "I should dig through the crates and pull out some "unreleased" tracks from the past". In turn, I put together a mini-compilation of 10 tracks which you probably already have if you are a diehard Earth Crisis fan; but not otherwise. Here's the tracklisting...

1 - The Order That Shall Be (taken from the Ceremony Of Fire/Stones To Mark A Fire compilation put out in 1994/1995 to benefit imprisoned eco-defense warrior Rod Corronado)

2 - Sunshine Of Your Love (taken from the live album The Oath That Keeps Me Free on Victory Records from 1998 ... this is a Creem cover but they made it so fucking heavy that it might as well be their own song)

3 - Smash Or Be Smashed (taken from the live album The Oath That Keeps Me Free on Victory Records from 1998 ... never recorded in the studio)

4 - Fate Of The Neo-Gods (also taken from the live album The Oath That Keeps Me Free ... also never recorded in the studio)

5 - Standing Corpses (recently released live track from 1998 on the re-issue of Breed The Killers ... never recorded in the studio)

6 - Panic Floods (the last song recorded before disbanding in 2001 ... featured on the posthumous release, Last Of The Sane, which was otherwise a collection of cover songs)

7 - State Of Fear (bonus track from the Japanese edition of To The Death)

8 - Not One Remains (another bonus track from the Japanese edition of To The Death)

9 - Into A Sea Of Stone (bonus demo track from the deluxe edition of Neutralize The Threat)

10 - Void (another bonus demo track from the deluxe edition of Neutralize The Threat)

I am sure there are some more tracks floating around out there. If anyone has anything to share, feel free to do so. I am also including the infamous Firestorm Demo session from 1993 which you can download HERE. I know this is commonly floating around on the internet, but it is usually labeled incorrectly. This demo features 4 tracks that were never re-recorded for an official release (unless you count the 7" Seventh Dagger put out to coincide with the release of To The Death which contains two of the unreleased tracks).


New Blog Recommendation

While I was working on getting the blog up and running again ... I was messing around with Google's new "Dashboard" which allows you to check out who follows your blog. After a few clicks, I came across the CHAOS & PAIN blog which is very well-maintained and updated. Aggro music infused with strength and fitness talk by someone who legitimately knows his shit. It might not be up your alley, but if it is ... well, it's pretty fucking awesome.

I mean, I found out about some Euro band called WORDS OF CONCRETE who wrote a song called "Power Like John Cena" ... I'm stoked.

Sunday, August 19, 2012


As previously stated, Mediafire deleted my account and I lost all my uploaded music. I'll mostly be going through and simply updating the links on my old posts. I was never really happy with my Creation Is Crucifixion discography posts, however, so I'm going to take the opportunity to revamp everything ... not to mention with a VERY seriously awesome amendment at the end. Check it.

Growing up in "the scene" around 1999-2001, I had the opportunity to see many of the local grind bands on a regular basis. It wasn't rare for me to see either Commit Suicide, Fate Of Icarus, Circle Of Dead Children, or Sadis Euphoria on any given weekend. There was one band, however, that I never had the pleasure of seeing. That band, regretfully, was Creation Is Crucifixion. I'm not sure what it was that prevented me from seeing them at first as it was the time when the early Willowtip bands were regularly playing all across the city. I know towards the end of their stint I purposely passed on seeing them once or twice due to the rumors floating that they would potentially show up to "sit on the ground and play with a computer" as opposed to grinding. I must admit that said premise wasn't exactly my cup of tea at the time but looking back I obviously regret my decision to pass on "the noise". Redemption was granted to me in the form of an impromptu, somewhat secret reunion show that I was lucky enough to witness last night. I digress.

Creation Is Crucifixion was born from the band Chapter (who I posted a discography of HERE) who were based out of Greensburg, PA. Technically the first release from Creation Is Crucifixion was a self-titled, self-released 7" of what were actually the final two recorded Chapter tracks. While said songs still jammed, the band had yet to even begin to hit their stride as a new outfit free from the constraints that may have been there as a part of Chapter.

Dethrone Or Devour was the first effort to feature the playing of Paul Nowinski, formerly of Abnegation, on guitar. The musical progression is noticed immediately on this recording as this was the first effort put to tape recorded with the intent of being released as "Creation Is Crucifixion". The inclusion of noise tracks are first heard on this release. Their first two 7" releases I just spoke of can be downloaded HERE.

The band would continue to release several split 7"s with the likes of Fate Of Icarus, Suicide Nation and Unruh (in that order). The material contained on these recordings truly commemorate the band hitting their stride. Containing only one track per release, the band ultimately decided to re-record their own material from the splits down the road and release as a limited "Re-Recorded Vinyl Splits" EP. You can download that HERE. You can also download the splits in their original, entire form below.

DOWNLOAD - Creation Is Crucifixion & Fate Of Icarus
DOWNLOAD - Creation Is Crucifixion & Suicide Nation
DOWNLOAD - Creation Is Crucifixion & Unruh

The first full length album released by the band was is in_Silico. Releasing a full length allowed for the band to fully exercise their creativity whereas the split 7" format did not. Intermittent noise pieces were found throughout the roughly 40 minutes of intensity placed on this album. A few tracks from the Dethrone Or Devour 7" were re-recorded for this album and once again, the band's continual progression can be evidenced through these songs. Originally being released by the infamous Cyberdine 243 (who would also release Luddite Clone and killtheslavemaster), the album would later be re-mastered and re-released by Scorched Earth Policy in Europe. The original version on Cyberdine 243 can be downloaded HERE while the re-mastered version on Scorched Earth Policy can be downloaded HERE.

The second album is the Automata "EP", which for whatever reason is not considered to be a full length despite the contents of 10 tracks. This release features equal parts noise and music and has a slightly more raw edge to its recording. Somewhere between the release of in_Silico and this album, guitarist Scott Mellinger would leave to join his local friends to play in Zao. Despite having written some of the tracks, his playing did not appear on the album. Willowtip Records (the label who helped release most of the band's earlier material) was in charge of this release; more than likely due to the instability of former labels, King Of The Monsters and Cyberdine 243. You can download Automate HERE.

The third and final album, Child As Audience (Where Technology And Anarchy Fuck) was to be the last "full length" release from the band. Also recognized as a split release featuring two other contributors to the Hactivist collective (Carbon Defense League and Critical Art Ensemble), these 7 tracks are split between several musical offerings paired up with a spoken word attack on the capitalist system of "education". Postulating that the education system is nothing more than a preparation for a lifetime of enslavement through the capitalist system, the three think-tanks involved with this project go to great lengths to compare this to the nature and objectives of the Jesuit sect of christianity. "Give them to me until they are twelve and they are mine for life" is the catalyst for this release, it appears. Seeking to use the re-programming of a Nintendo GameBoy system as a representative figure, this album comes with a 200 page booklet giving both full reasoning and instruction on how to do so in several different languages. If this intrigues you, I suggest you download it HERE.

Towards the VERY end of the band's tenure, they released several very rare and limited efforts which primarily focused on the noise side of the band. While I haven't been able to even track down all of these efforts myself, I HAVE acquired a split they did with a band called UUM, a "remix" album entitled Destructivist, and a release entitled "Broadcast No. 1" which was a 79 minute improvisation recorded for a local radio station in Spain; released on cassette. You can download the following below.

DOWNLOAD - Creation Is Crucifixion & UUM split
DOWNLOAD - Creation Is Crucifixion - Destructivist
DOWNLOAD - Creation Is Crucifixion - Broadcast No. 1

This used to be where the post ended. After last night, however, I am excited to say that I finally had a chance to witness the band live as they decided to perform a nearly impromptu set at the end of a show that I luckily caught wind of. I decided to film the set for everyone who was not fortunate enough to have been there or heard about it. It turned out surprisingly well for an iPhone recording (technology, eh). Nathan, their vocalist, did quite a good job at summing up responses to any and all criticism the band had faced in the past ten years and explained quite thoroughly (and succinctly) what the band was all about after all these years. Enjoy.

Site Overhaul

I decided to check on this site before I went out to This Is Hardcore Fest where I set up my distro to make sure everything was running still. Well, it wasn't. Apparently Mediafire deleted my account because some of my file names had expletives in them. Really? I spent hours on the phone with them trying to sort it out. They wouldn't help me out. It sparked a fire under my ass though. I'm currently in the process of re-uploading 3 years of work. It's going to take me a while but this site will be alive and kicking soon enough. I also came across some gems that I plan on sharing. Should be a fun couple of weeks. Spread the word once the posts start popping back up!