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Black Milk

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About Black Milk

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  • Birthday 03/14/1990

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  • Location Savannah, GA

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  • Location Tampa, Florida
  1. I've been picking up shifts at a couple local bars the past couple weeks and tonight is my first night bouncing in this goth/industrial club. Should be a bit more interesting than the usual door and barback gig Sent from my VS985 4G using Tapatalk
  2. I just relocated to Tampa, FL in February. Despite the onslaught of setbacks that seems to befall me, I'm really happy with the decision. I live in the southside of an up-and-coming neighborhood in central Tampa called Seminole Heights. It's about a 15 minute drive to everything but I honestly dont leave the neighborhood much, I'm walking distance to all the main bars and shops and the area is mostly 22-45 year olds so there's a real community vibe to it.
  3. Relentless I totally second FA's input. To be totally honest, going to a show with a deep bill is one of my favorite music experiences, even if its alone, because theres almost always at least one fantastic performance. The last time I went into a situation like that I discovered Shroud Eater and Holly Hunt, 2 of my favorite bands to this day. Hell, sometimes I prefer going to shows alone in general. Depending on the atmosphere its usually nice to have buds with but I've had awesome experiences by myself at shows more than a handful of times, I find it'll either motivate me to make new friends while im there or just have a good reflective time to myself enjoying some new music.
  4. Some of my favorites are Louis CK, Tom Segura, Anthony Jezelnik, Kyle Kinane, Jim Jeffries, I could go on and on. I havent seen a show in quite some time, but I've seen Dave Chapelle, Louie 3 times, Bill Burr, Tom Delaney, Doug Stanhope, and Kyle Kinane as well as going to Oddball 2 years ago. I've been meaning to check out the comedy scene down here in Tampa where I moved earlier this year but just havent gotten around to it yet.
  5. not eating yet but have some cauliflower in the oven. I dressed it with some olive oil, crushed pepper, and garlic. Never tried it before but somebody gave me the recipe and i need to fix a non-meat dish
  6. Asphalt Graves - The New Primitive - Just heard it Tuesday night and cant get enough. I've been in a sorta retro dm mood lately yet im always feeling grindy and this is just a fuckin' cool marriage of both Gridlink - Longhena - Riding some vapors off my just-now-subsiding 6 month orgasm induced by Beaten to Death, im just loving how savagely dynamic and emotive grindcore can be when you throw a little post in there Holly Hunt - Prometheus - Nothing fancy, just some really loud fuzzy droney sludge that i like putting on when im cleaning, smoking, drinking, etc. Great band to see live
  7. I think I read a review for this album somewhere a couple weeks ago, members of Aosoth right? Really nice shit EDIT: welp, quick gander on my folders reveals I actually bought the damn thing too. Dont drink and bandcamp guys. Actually, fuck that, do that shit, cuz you find stuff like this in times of silence.
  8. I think I wrote some one time as well that we never used. Fuck who knows, its been a long year. Hope you enjoy it here Sisa, t'is a good place with awesome, thoughtful kind-hearted people. and then there's me. I'm kinda like the old guy at the pub you always see on Tuesdays for $2 bourbons, then wonder what the hell he could possibly be doing the other 6 nights of the week.
  9. just coming off of a long weekend in tampa, caught Mayhem/Watain/Rotting Christ friday night, and sense my brain is still not on all cylinders Ill describe the show very briefly. Rotting Christ - painfully disappointing. still got some great riffs, but when did they turn into fist-pumping bro's? There were some great parts but the new stuff sounds, for lack of a better word, stupid to me, and their stage presence was beyond lame. Watain - I dont give a shit if these guys are pretentious fuckholes pumping out B-grade black metal, they put on a HELL of a show that night, musically and theatrically. I also liked how they came with their own sound crew, they easily had the best mix of the night. And the guitarist vomited on a chick who was fucking with his monitor up front, so that was cool. Mayhem - the mix was clearly geared more toward the vocals than anything else, but they did sound good, despite probably about 3 times Im pretty sure I noticed the guitarist going off time with everybody else for a moment, but ay its Mayhem. Their setlist was beefy as fuck though, not one dull moment. I was also pretty surprised at the mild humility they showed after the set, spent a good fifteen minutes showing gratitude to the crowd, something I did not expect from them. overall I give the show a hard B, RC just really let me down, maybe just because I havent listened to an album since Theogonia
  10. the first 20 seconds of that song get me so hard. what a monstrous opening
  11. Eight Bells - Hating http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2015/11/eight_bells_now.html I think I'm just musically in love with Rae Amitay, it seems like everything she touches just hits me in the sweet spot, even when she's not on vox. This is much different than her usual schtick too, very doomy, in a more classic Cathedral-like sense.
  12. cant wait to catch this show next friday, its our friends' unofficial pre-wedding party. unholy matrimony out the ass! haha
  13. the file is on my friends camera, so I dont really know how to upload it to youtube or anything at the moment, but here's a link to my facebook page, anyone interested just send me a friend request and the video should be visible, i keep my profile private to protect employment interests haha https://www.facebook.com/evan.schaaf this was a simple, one-take freestyle I did after a couple beers. I had to keep the cigarette going to keep my focus on point. despite one or two minimal pronunciation errors I'm really happy with how it turned out
  14. havent been on for a bit, just checkin up on you beautiful folks. been a pretty hectic week and I still have one more work shift ahead of me in the morning, but pretty excited to be filming a video tomorrow afternoon. nothing too fancy, actually much different from anything i've ever done. Pretty sure at least a few of you know I've been doing hiphop on the side for many years, and I've never made an official offering to my hometown so me and a friend decided we would put something out seeing that I'm leaving for Florida in six weeks. I know most of you arent much for the genre but I have a lot of fun with it, my style is fairly metalhead friendly, content wise. Lots of satan, despicable humor, and tempo changes. It'll be on my facebook page, and for those who dont have me on there I could post it somewhere on here for those interested. aside from that, just trying to keep my head above water and prepare for this move, and despite a few obstacles here and there I'm in a significantly better place than i was a matter of months ago. hope everyone i havent talked to is doing well
  15. Stumbled upon this band today, pretty fun listen. It's got the drummer from Tsjuder in it, and its definitely not run of the mill grind. Its brutal and chaotic but there's also a lot of dare I say melodic riffs threaded into the wall of destruction. the vocals arent my favorite of the style, but they dont detract much from the quality of the music, which imo is pretty high. https://beatentodeath.bandcamp.com/