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1 minute ago, FatherAlabaster said:

Great band photo, you guys should start a two-piece dissonant death metal recording project. :D

The music we make is the empty echo of morose nostalgia, and the breaking of girls’ hearts.

And the roar of True Belief’s godly chariot.

 

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30 minutes ago, BlutAusNerd said:

I finally got a dusting as well, but it's less than an inch, not even worth posting. Hoping for more soon, this is weird for Salt Lake.

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Yeah ban you guys had a adnormilty warm fall you guys will get more 

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In the still of the night I need two copies of the immortal 1987 album. Oooh baby. Feel the Sykes guitar tone. (Without True Belief I have to go solo with the photo shoot. He's here in spirit though). 
I will admit that the main riff in that song is pretty cool.

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In the still of the night I need two copies of the immortal 1987 album. Oooh baby. Feel the Sykes guitar tone. (Without True Belief I have to go solo with the photo shoot. He's here in spirit though). 


Rock out with your cock out brother.


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Went exploring the great ‘Ringwood Lake’ this morning (see below) and came across a house which had set up a free food stall. Bizarre but nice. Can’t think of too many people needing free food around here but heartwarming all the same.

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7 hours ago, True Belief said:

Went exploring the great ‘Ringwood Lake’ this morning (see below) and came across a house which had set up a free food stall. Bizarre but nice. Can’t think of too many people needing free food around here but heartwarming all the same.

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You get that in some villages over here were produce is left by the side of the road and people donate for it.  Some places it has a price and everybody is so tight knit there they can trust people to leave the correct money per volume sold.  Spent an afternoon in a pub once with one of these across the road and watched locals stock up on veg and grains whilst I sank a few pints.

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On 06/01/2018 at 3:38 PM, BlutAusNerd said:

Are you the one wearing the sunglasses?

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Yep thats me, Sorry for the late reply

Also I would like to share some pictures of the Obituary concert that happened here in Brazil last month pretty sick, too bad I was drunk as heck and couldn't get a lot of pictures..but here you go: 

 

 

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