Guitarist/drummer looking to jam - Beginners welcome.. (Lincoln Park)
Been playing a few years and just looking to have some fun and learn by playing with others. I am not picky on your playing level. Basically as long as you can strum a few chords, we'll have fun! And I will be glad to do the same for you to practice soloing. Here is my YouTube page:
So far I've only liked Black Tongue, the other songs aren't very interesting and lack that "smash your head against the pavement" sound that I've come to love from Mastodon. What made this band unique just doesn't seem to be there anymore.
Thank you! the first productive comment of this thread
Anytime man, there is a great network for backpackers, I met a guy from Denmark who had basically the same itinerary as me so we traveled together and added people to our group along the way, I met so many awesome people there. How long are you going for?
I was there for a month last year, it was phenomenal. It was confusing as **** when I first landed in Hanoi but after a few days you become a natural at getting around and such. DEFINITELY go to Ha Long Bay, absolutely amazing but it was raining when I was there.
The usual backpacking circuit is Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hue, Hoi Ann, Nha Trang, Dalat then Saigon. Wild parties in Nha Trang if thats your thing. Be sure to try some street Pho Bo, its absolutely amazing. Vietnam is one of my favorite places I've ever been. You will have a great time for sure!
I'd like to say no, but saying "you probably aren't familiar with the bands I listen to" is easier then saying "I've been listening to Necrophagist lately" and getting the "oh you listen to that kind of music" look.
I always make an effort to avoid that sort of thing. When I was in Tonga I worked on a chicken farm with a bunch of locals and other travelers and in New Zealand I worked on a sheep farm (that was amazing).
-Norway - Everything about the country seems enticing -Iceland - I'm going in June!! Can't wait! -Southeast Asia - I've been to Vietnam but there is still so much to see -Outer Space - Hopefully civilian space travel will be affordable in my lifetime, this is one of my life goals -Nepal - The Himalayas seem amazing
Bonus 6th -New Zealand South Island - The North island was amazing, but I didn't have time or money for the South
I wish he had tried a New Zealand accent, sometimes I can barely understand them, that would have been interesting. Otherwise I think he was really good, a few were off but its way better than I could do
I dunno about sad dreams, but lately I've been having recurring nightmares about me running from the cops, the latest one involved me getting written up at school for lighting the hall directors office on fire and having to flee into the woods even though I was innocent.