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HI, HAS BARBAQUE SEASON STARTED ALREADY IN JDO CREW?

I would like to say that it’s great now but got sore throat, guitarist is sitting home with fucked up ear and we play a gig the day after tomorrow. And where the fuck is this barbaque weather? I SUSPECT YOUR ARE IN THE MIDDLE OF PROMOTION OF YOUR BRAND NEW ALBUM "FORTUNE FAVORS THE BRAVE"? WHAT ARE THE AUDIENCE RESPONSE? ANY REVIEWS SO FAR?

Yea... we are trying to promote it as much as we can.Up till now we got some single gigs booked but as soon as the summer fests season gets over (which we are part of as we play on Polish edition of Metalfest this year) we plan to do a bigger tour, maybe some shows abroad... So far we haven’t met with negative response about our new album, reviewers are mercyful and people are giving positive signals. And we like this album as well so we can’t complain. TELL SOMETHING ABOUT THE RECORDING SESSION – HAVE YOU BEEN WELL PREPARED WHILE ENTERING THE STUDIO OR TEARS FLOATED DURING THE RECORDINGS?

Rather first way – we played these songs many times during the gigs. Of course each of us had the parts that he had to work on harder that on another, e.g. I had pretty much work with vocal parts on “Standing Tall” and “Like Heroes to the Slaughter” but the final work was pretty satisfying (here big thanks goes to Misiek from S-Tone studio who recorded vocal tracks)

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BE HONEST AND TELL WHO IS THE BIGGEST BADASS IN THE BAND? WHO IS THE BOOZER AND TROUBLEMAKER?

I won’t be telling you some that we mess around like bunch of rednecks at the payment day because we don’t. Before gigs we do not do heavy drinking as we always want to be professional and give a good show because this is what people want to see and what they come for. It doesn’t mean that nothing happens on stage and there are four guys standing still – we wouldn’t forget that to ourselves. Hard parties take place after gigs only.

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WHAT WAS THE MOST BUMMER SITUATION THAT YOU OR OTHER BAND MATES WERE INVOLVED IN?

Hmmm... I always do not remember such situations for a long time. Learned that from our colleagues from Death Denied, lately we entered the stage during the gig of Palm Desert having couple rolls of toilet paper and embarrassed them a bit. The coolest thing in that was that Stempel tripped over his own leg and fall in the stage. But as he’s a tough guy he stood that bravely and we kept messing around. And once, after our birthday show in Progresja (Warsaw) we were staying overnight in the club. Jooras made himself very cozy place to sleep, but he went to the loo and fell asleep while coming back on some bench. Generally, while we are on the road and start the day from the beer always something funny happens, but extreme situation are luckily passing us over so far WHAT IS THE BEST GIG YOU PLAYED SO FAR AND WHY THIS IS THE ONE YOU REMEMBERED?

I got very good memories from the gig we played with Corruption in Sandomierz – great audience and company. And two fans who came especially from Belarus! It was hard to believe. Visiting Wrocław always leaves good impression – great welcome every time we played there. The last performance that fall deep in my memory was the one we played at Desert Carnival along with Planet of Zeus and Death Denied – awesome gig and epic after party. WHAT ALBUMS DO YOU LISTEN TO RECENTLY? SOMETHING SPECIAL THAT CHARMED YOU LATELY?

New Clutch is very promising, I believe it’s one of their best albums ever and the „Earth Rocker” coming from that album will be a classic some day. I’m really into Kvelertak’s record, also “Sonic Mass” of Amebix, it’s not fresh but still kicks ass.... Orchid and Planet of Zeus are also things worth to mention about. From our Polish performers I listen new Thaw album alternately with Anti Tank Nun one. IS JDO YOUR ONE AND ONLY BAND? DO YOU SING WITH ANY OTHER GUYS OR WITH ANOTHER BAND?

While I was in college, I was singing in two band but this was really long ago. Now my attention is focused on JDO, but there is a side project I’m working on right now and maybe someday it will get some shapes, but in some other climate I think... WHY DON’T YOU HAVE JACK DANIELS ENDORSEMENT YET?

Because that would be too obvious. Besides I suppose they do not like us much since we’ve wrote them if we can use our previous band’s name – Jack Daniels Overdrive. You may guess what they wrote us back?

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WHAT WOULD BE THE ONLY ONE SENTENCE THAT COULD RECOMMEND YOUR BAND TO SOMEONE THAT HAVEN’T MET WITH YOUR MUSIC YET?

If you like booze, Pantera, Down, Black Label Society and you won’t be bothered with some Silesian spirit in our music, then we will get along with your taste.

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Tools for trade : Nikon D700 with accessorie. Best gig ever: Rage Against The Machine in Torwar 1994. My first gig ever. Best gig of the year: I hope it's going to be Satyricon on this year Metalfest. Is there any band that you would like the most to take the pics of their show? Yes - Slayer, around 1986

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What are you working on right now?

I have few things on my desk at the moment but I’ll be more talkative once I finally lead them to an end. All I can tell is that besides graphics I’m working also on an animation together with Cracow’s Furious Crew.

How does your work desk look like?

Really messy, lot of paper and drawing tools. All of that among caffeine drinks.

Have attended any artistic schools?

When it comes to drawing, I’ve learned almost everything by myself. During the years I made my own style and habits which are not always good. Some time ago I started artistic studies related to my interests.

Do you prefer digital media or traditional ways of drawing like pencil, ink etc?

I grew up on old school ways and I’m bit sentimental about it. Paper, pencil and pen is always a starting point, but the final shape is always given by using the appropriate software. Sometimes I complete my work using my PC only, but it depends on the project.

What inspires you the most, Ms Urszula?  

Ms Urszula is not looking for inspirations, but finds it almost everywhere, very often in the very strange situations. Observing the reality, human nature, Arabian ornamentation in sacral buildings, coroners; stories at Discovery Investigations, contact with nature... sometimes nature is not enough so I’m helping myself with blotter, lol

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Favourite artist?

J.P.Witkin, C.Cunningham, D.Hirst, Wien actionist  and ABBA (should I tell the line up)

What CDs do you put to your player while you work?

The range is pretty wide and I listen everything from unholy black metal through experimental avant-garde to candy pop, basically it depends on mood. Recently I listen to Agalloch, Grimes and last QOTSA album.

Favourite movie?

I’ve got the whole list of it: Drugstore cowboy, GiTS, Gummo, Eraserhead, Akira, Naked lunch, Lost highway, Blade Runner, Fear & loathing in Las Vegas, Silence of lambs …

Favourite cartoon character? Red Guy from ‘Cow & Chicken’.

Favourite punch line?

Don’t remember any. I prefer the humor of the situation.

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Who is your favorite artist? TArtists that I admire change by frequently. Mostly I appreciate artists / designers that surround me in real life.

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What are you up to now? Right now I should be outside drinking beer at barbecue . Can you describe how your work station looks like? Huge table, mess, wacom, markers. Can you describe step by step how your work looks like when you start a new project? 1st step - sketch. 2nd step - depends on my needs real coloring and ink job or scanning and digital coloring. 3rd step - post production with ambient stuff, etc. 4th step - trash bin.

Your best project that you finished is...? My son is the best project :) et? :) the desk or on the stre with it. Do You prefer work at time and I have to deal it's has od peri tive Each crea

Do you use digital tools or only pencils/pens? Mostly I do basic work with markers/pencils and then I add colours using software. Digital work always look to artificial , so I am trying to avoid it. What are your biggest inspirations? My biggest inspiration is the work process. Waiting for inspiration is time wasting. Working = inspiration.

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What kind of music damages your speakers mostly? Old school hip hop , old school hc , and anything else that doesn't have autotune and retarded dubstep.

Favourite cartoon character? Mordecai and Rigby - they are such a stoners :D Favourite punchline? Favorite punchline - punch in a face as argument :D


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Bartosz Panas WHEN DID YOU START DRAWING? Since always. HAVE YOU ATTENDED SOME ARTISTIC SCHOOLS ARE LEARNED EVERYTHING BY YOURSELF? I’ve been trying to go to college but this always lasted only a while. A school year is definitely not for me. I’m a autodidact. FOR HOW LONG DO YOU TATTOOING? For nine years by now. DO YOU INK PROJECTS THAT ARE NOT MADE BY YOU? Every tattoer got his own way he follows to start doing his own things. At the begining I catched almost every job just to have a chance for tattooing. Now I’m selecting customers and patterns I’m tattoing, this guaratees that every time I will have a new challange and get sort of satisfaction. DO YOU WORK IN ANY PARTICULAR STUDIO? WHERE CAN PEOPLE CATCH YOU? Two years ago I opened my own studio – Caffeine Tattoo. WHAT DO YOU DO IN YOUR SPARE TIME? Home, Family and Friends. BASING ON YOUR EXPERIENCE, WHAT ARE THE MOST FRUSTRATING AND PROPITIOUS THING AT WORK WITH YOUR CLIENTS? Things that are not said straight are irritaiting the most. And in the other hand customer that knows what he wants always makes the job easier. Home made cake is a nice bonus.

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WHERE DO YOU FIND YOUR INSPIRATIONS? Everybody knows that – in my own live and experience. DO YOU TAKE PART IN TATTOO CONVENTIONS THAT ARE GETTING MORE AND MORE POPULAR? I attended some parties of this kind, but now traveling to other friends’ studios abroad is giving me more fun. I like it more intimate now. WHAT ARE THE ALBUMS THAT YOU LISTEN TO RECENTLY? Pornofunk basically. WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU HADN’T BEEN TATTOOING? Something else I think... I don’t know, maybe architecture.

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FAVOURITE MOVIE? Dogma FAVOURITE CARTOON CHARACTER? Blacksad FAVOURITE BAND? Elder FAVOURITE PUNCHLINE? ... And then I stand among them, dressed in white...:)

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“Czaszka I Sztylet” For how long do you tattooing? This year it's fourth anniversary/four years pass. Do you cooperate with any particular studio? I'm working in "Czaszka i Sztylet" (Skull & Dagger) studio with best crew I could ever work with. Do you work with the projects brought by your customers or you make those designed by you only? In most cases I tattoo my own ideas, sometimes I earn for living tattooing some shit. What styles and projects most often inked by your tattoo machine? Any design I feel bounded with, but must be interpretated properly. Besides tattooing, do you draw/paint? Yes, I do both things almost everyday. Co cie irytuje a co sprzyja w pracy? Luckily, most of the people I tattoo are fantastic. I'm rather pissed off when I have to ink someone else. Any project waiting to be done? I'd like to go live for some time at Borneo. Where do you look for inspiration? Everywhere. I like the culture trash.

blast ball Favourite movie?. Pelíšky. Favourite comic character? Mr. Natural. Favourite band? The Doors. Your favorite punchline? Step into my studio to hear one.

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FIRST OF ALL, CONGRATULATIONS FOR YOUR PERFORMANCE AT WROCŁAW CONVENT. WHERE THE IDEA CAME FROM FOR THAT, DID YOU PLAN IT?

Thanks! The idea for this particular show came up last year and we started the production process right after this. Nevertheless, this fairly tales style is with us form quite a long time, e.g. while making photo session so it was not new for us and make few things much easier. We were inspired by coming back to childhood, who wouldn’t like to be a princess? We wanted to introduce something fresh to the convention, not to copy previous shows, slightly walk away from the alternative approach but stay in the same way. „ONCE UPON A TIME” LOOKS LIKE A TONS OF WORK PUT IN IT, HOW MANY PEOPLE WAS ENGAGED INTO THIS PROJECT?

In the last phase the production of the project was involving lot of people – male and female models, professional make-up artists team, Cocacabana Alternative Hairstyle Studio, the operator, the photograph, the assistants. But the head of the project was always two of us. We started working on this couple month ago. We started making the stylizations and hairstyles that later on were presented by our models – Anika was making wigs and Diana was creating outfits. We are responsible for interiors arrangements, picking up the music, all this production stuff. Owing to good organisaton and no time stress we made it up!

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HAVE YOU HAD ANY PROBLEMS WITH FINDING APPROPRIATE MODELS? IS IT HARD TO FIND ALTERNATIVE MODELS IN POLAND?

We observe that the base of alternative models is getting bigger and bigger what makes us very happy, because it creates more possibilities. We were looking for the models for several months, the majority of girls who were engaged we knew earlier, but we didn’t want to restrict ourselves only to the people we know, that’s why we organized a casting and the response was huge. The most important thing was to pick up right models who will depict and play the fairy tales characters. FAIRY-TALE, HANDMADE CREATIONS, MAKE-UP, CHOREOGRAPHY... LOT OF WORK TO PUT TOGETHER. WHAT WAS THE MOST PROBLEMATIC AND TIME CONSUMING?

For sure designing the of the characters was pretty complicated and required lot of time, but with common support, unlimited imagination and love for what we do we could make it up together. Creativity is a part of our day to day work, we find ourselves in what we do and it’s not a problem for us. WHERE THE INSPIRATION CAME FROM FOR SUCH STYLIZATIONS? HAVE YOU BASED ON DISNEY CHARACTERS ONLY OR SOMETHING ELSE OF MOVIE ADAPTATIONS CROSSED YOUR MIND?

We were basing on original adaptations, but we were not followed them strictly, mainly it was about to give the audience a hint to recognize the right characters. Taking into account the time and the venue of the performance, we added some hot details to that :)

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DO YOU HAVE ANY PLANS TO REPEAT THIS PERFORMANCE ON FORTHCOMING PARTIES?

With shows is like with tattoos – you do it once and can’t stop :). So yes, we plan next shows in the near future, we want to promote alternative art and we will be pleased topresent ourselves for a wider audience, who is into the tattoo culture. Beig well organized there is nothing impossible to do, every last show brings something frsh and new and creates our experience. Practice makes you perfect, we are far away from perfection but we work out hard :). All news about our activity will be publishe don our facebook profiles so stay tuned. ARE YOU WORKING ON SOMETHING NEW?

Even on few things, we are full of ideas and it will be hard to pick up the next one to really start working on it. we encourage all the girls who wants to take parts in our next productions, we can make something cool togehter.

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WHAT ARE YOUR FEELINGS AFTER PREMIERE SHOW IN WROCŁAW? HOW DO YOU RECKON THE WROCLAW TATTOO CONVENT?

We are very happy with the effect of our work, in fact it was not our first show, but this year we united the forces and because the cooperation between us is great, each of us brings something fresh and new to the project. The Wrocław Convent was a great success, and the organizers did very well this time as well proposing lots of attractions – gigs, shows, lectures what makes the whole party more interesting and let it stand among the other European conventions. Having occasion, I would like to thank Tomek and Marcin for great cooperation and help with technical issues. The final outcome of our show is also their part. Thanks!

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Your dream job?

Till I was 13 – the pathologist. After that not so unpretentiously – just singing for the masses.

Favorite band?

Each I sing or was singing with. I think I don’t have the favorite one. I would say Guns, Nirvana, Slipknot, Manson.... eeee but no leader here.

What’s Your booze drink of choise?

Favorite food?

Bloody steaks, tatar (meal prepared from raw meat), every kind of seafood (Cthule has to be delicious).

White Russian, red bull with vodka and mohiito - sacred trinity.

Your tattoos?

Your idol or great inspiration?

I don;t have any idol, but I got inspired by cool and ingteresting people.

Najgorszy tekst podrywu jaki słyszałaś? "Masz seksowne buty"

Favorite part of your body?

Idealny weekendowy wieczór?

Lato + Italia + plaża + wino + małżon własny

Hi, my name is Ola and I’m tattoo-o-holic. My back (first tattoo) and the side was done by Artur Szolc, for a sleeve Dawid Rudzinski is the one responsible, heep and thigh is a masterpiece of Bartosz Panas. My friend did a small star on the right hand

Your three wishes?

Left hand ring finger... my legs as well.

It’s fine to be a young, health, long living billioner – rest I will handle myself.

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SABBATH 1. BLACK "Black Sabbath"

PRIEST 2.JUDAS "Riding On The Wind" First time I heard this song on Polish National Radio chart and I went totally crazy about Judas Priest. I’m a die-hard fan till now... however I couldn’t even imagine then that some day we would stand on the same stage. This band created me as a metal musician. In fact this band was a great inspiration for bringing Vader to life.

This song started everything – that was a great turn, the beginning and the biggest change in 15 years old life. Black Sabbath infected me with metal (thus it was described as a hard rock these days). As it turned out, nobody found a cure for my disease :) Screaming For Vengeance-1982

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4. SLAYER "Die By The Sword"

3. "Princess Of The Dawn" ACCEPT

Slayer was a next step (and I think the most significant) in my metal fan education as well as the guitarist. It was a natural evolution of this what I loved in Judas Priest, along with what I was had really been looking for: EXTREME! Slayer had the same influence on me as it had on the hundreds of bands all over the world. After their “Show No Mercy” debut we started to move things faster in Vader and actually the history of Vade started then and lasts till now.

Electrifying simplicity of this song is still making a goose-flesh. It’s a unique band. I’ve got all their records in my collection and I wait for thier shows.

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DARK ANGEL 5. "Burning Of Sodom"

CAN DANCE 6. DEAD "Summoning The Muse"

I was hungry for heaviness, speed and intransigence in music. Slayer seemed to be the limit. But it wasn’t. The whole “Darkness Descends album”, especially “Burning of Sodom” was more intense that anything else. I could not believe to my own ears. And the genius Gene Hoglan... Darkness Descends-1986

7.THIN LIZZY "Angel Of Death"

I got known about this band by accident when I was watching the Carcass show in Stockholm, 1992. They played the intro that it blew me away! I was made aware after couple of years that this had been a Dead Can Dance song. Since then I listen to them very often and almost all their albums on my music shelf. Within the Realm of a Dying Sun-1987

This is a also the song that I heard once in a Polish National Radio. It took me years to find this record especially for this song – there was no Internet these days and the cds or vinyls were extremely expensive then. I’d never been a big Thin Lizzy fan but the “Angel of Death” knocked me down and still does. That’s why this record was the part of “Revelations” promotional single. Renegade-1981

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ANGEL 9.“ThyMORBID Kingdom Come"

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KAT 8. "Wyrocznia"

As Slayer had done the same a couple years before, Morbid Angel moved the bound of what I understood as EXTREME. Their style, the things thier sung about, the way they looked like... everything was right! I still love watching them live, but I think they’ve lost somewhere while keep searching for something new. “America can be discovered only once”

KAT was a great inspiration for me as well as for whole Polish metal world during the year. I have an enormous respect for this band and Romek Kostrzewski’s guest appearance on our version of “Wyrocznia” that we recorded on Vader’s 25th anniversary I assume as a great moment in my modest metal life.

WAGNER 10.RICHARD "Götterdämmerung"

For many years I’ve been the fan of soundtracks and classic music, all of these that gives me similar experiences. Wagner was a contemporary Chris Young or John Williams. Addind to that fascinating design and esthetics of Third Reich... Couldn’t be different. Besides that this particular song shows how much the human being can be powerful, but in the other hand in teaches lowliness. It makes you thinking. Couldn’t be a better inspiration.

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Have Mouga disbanded because you squeezed the maximum of this band are you did not reach your expectations?

Hello my friend, is The Sin Company crew very busy? What’s up in fancy boys’ team? Hello my friend! We are very into nowadays fashion trends among youngsters. We are checking how tight the man’s trousers can be and the latest designs of full caps. And whether it’s worth to wear ridding-breeches while it’s summer outside? Ok, being serious, we keeps playing gigs. Practically every weekend we are out of town to spread the rock and roll destruction. We are preparing to make another video clip and to put our newest 7 track EP to the web.

Both reason are true actually. While we started this band, there was no need for such music in Poland. We appreared everywhere in this country, every newspaper, internet portal, radio station and any bigger show in this country. We rode this country across. Our record was released in Europe, USA and Japan, but if you don;t play there then you don’t count on these markets. Despite the fact we received great resposne for our album, we haven’t got any support that could make the expansion on these markets possible. After couple years of signing various contracts that appeared to disturb much more than help us we decided to disband.We parted ways with our guitarist and we wrote completely new songs with even bigger rock punch. We had to change the name and we chose The Sin Company.Right now we are like a 20-years old boys runing away home to be a grown man.

You’ve released two new songs and clips to it. What next? When the full album will be released? The next step is another video. Following the trends we created on our own in the Internet era that first you have to watch the music and then listen to it. During Summer we will put our EP online and on the Autumn we are heading the country with a big tour. We are also looking forward for cooperation with foreign companies. We want to sign the contract and play some shows there. At the end of the year w plan to start recording our full-lenght album

The sogs you realised are very catchy, I smell American style there. Will the rest of the album be in the same convesntion? We’ve got this feature that left us after previous band – we don’t want to limit ourselves to one genre only. What was the biggest pain in the ass? Metalheads rejected us because of too much melodies, for rockers we were “too” heavy. HC stage hates us because we are not “true”. So what should we do now? Basicallyall the songs are of the genre of rock and roll punch that you will be singing everytime and everywhere, so I think that’s good, ha?

Despite the fact there are more hits on the album, I feel more power and punch in the sound. Who owned the production of this record? We were working on the album with our favourite and genius producer Jarek Toifl in MAQ Records. You’re right about the record that it’s more punchy – we decided that the sound of the album will be as raw and natural as possible. You won’t find there and drums sampling, line bass or guitar simulators. We recorded that bass using Orange guitar head and cabinet. We wanted to add the tube overdrive to the sound and use the bass to feel the space of the other guitar. We think it came up very nice and we are happy with the effect.

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What about the shows? Are you still new faces on the market or people recognize you from the Mouga era? Leaving the past we were aware that we will be treated as a completely new band. It’s funny that on before the show people treat us like starting up amateurs, the truth is coming out after our show. We are working hard for the appraisal and a “pro” status. It’s nice to start the fresh thing again.

Do you find any time for rock’n’roll except playing it? Any funny or interesting situations from the gigs? Whole last year was like a big rock and roll for us, so much that we had to calm down a bit. We want to see our kid’s grandchildren... hahaha. Some time ago I made the guys to work out with weightlifting. The rhythmic section are buiding their bodies now, cause they have to be badasses, don;t you think? Hehehe. We had bunch of situations, those that could kill you or make you a father unexpectedly... Till now we had’t suffered yet. I will tell you the best stories in private to not make everybody jealous, haha

Who would you like to play with on one stage? Our defintite choice is LETLIVE – they are amazing and since we had discovered them, they bacame our one and only choice.

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Do you make calls every morning and set up the outfit for the day or you got the same stylist? LOL, of course, I can’t imagine that we could have different clothes or fronts done another way. Can’t be! Once we cancelled the show because the promoter couldn’t have assured us with enough stock of gel and hair spray. We demanded apologies in written!

Any new musical findings lately? What plays the most often in your headphones? Letlive, that I mentioned about earlier. The best thing I found recently and I recommend to get know them. Basically I like heavy sounds. The last Dillinger Escape Plan was really good. Now the whole Sin Company is waiting for Norma Jean.

How would you advertise the music of Sin Company to someone who doesn’t know you at all? If your parents piss you off and can’t stand listening to them, come see our gig. You will get beaten very, very badly.

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„A book for zombie kids that will teach little deads how to get another meal”. "A Brain is for Eating" written by Dan and Amelia Jacobs as very funny and well illustrated book for children. 40 pages about brain consumption with beautiful illustrations of Scott Brundage. Zombie apocalypse is just around the corner so it’s time to train up the youngsters. Living dead are still on top!

19,99 $

E-book

9,99 $

http://abrainisforeating.com/

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Dexter’s garbage bags, do you need to know more? OK.... it’s very strong so if you have something else to get rid off than a regular garbage, then you must have it.

http://www.shoptheshows.com/ http://store.sho.com/ Extra scary and superb realistic masks of kids. Sized for grew up head shape and made of latex it depict the children mimic in following manners: angry baby, crying baby and happy baby. The best effect gives a combination of the mask with macho muscle chest. Bon apetit!

http://www.hyperflesh.com/ We found something really special while checking new Kidrobot products. It’s a vinyl, 7 inches Homer Buddha, inspired by The Simpsons episode “Goo Gai Pan”. The action figure is nice coloured with taste donut attributes. A big head means disconnection between body and soul, the hair clump is a symbol of great inner wisdom.

350 $

http://www.kidrobot.com/

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188 PLN Cushions with originally printed photos of drain covers from different cities. Printed on canvas, filled in individually and finished with black cotton. For pipe lovers or Ninja Turtles available New York, London, Detroit and \Seattle covers.

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Energy Gummy Bears are like classic gello teddy bears, but are loaded with energy shoot taken from energy drinks. With the taste of lemon you will find the natural caffeine and guarana extract. Also the gummy bears contain vitamin B, C and proteins. Comparing to enery drinks it contains less sugar and calories. 60 calories per pack (9 pieces)

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