We are a comedy alternative rock band from the middle of nowhere in Alabama. There's nothing to do in Alabama, maybe even less, so we did this. If you like songs about pirates, sasquatch, or hilariously pathetic people, and if our name doesn't make you gag a little, (pun definitely intended) give us a listen.
Music is a platform for that voice we all have in our head. You guys have that too, right? Anyway, my therapist seems to think that musical expression has helped me tremendously! However, I recently discovered that my therapist was a figment of my overactive imagination... not sure what to do with that.
There's this one dream where I'm running from a bear and it always catches me. Instead of mauling me, he introduces himself as Flaniel, which isn't a weird name at all if you're a bear. Afterward, we record an album together.
I'd introduce bees as currency. I saw it in a cartoon once.
Too High for the Supermarket by The Uninvited
Honestly, too many to list.
A combination of pseudoephedrine and Mexican food.
Something like "Hi, mom! Are ya proud of me now?! Are ya?! Well... oh, good. Love you, too. Bye, mom."
Generally cold and afraid, but in a good way.
Some of the subgenres could honestly just die off and sink into the Mariana Trench.
I think Drooble is fun. I definitely love the opportunity to share whatever the hell my message is and mingle with other musicians.
Working a full-time job. Seriously... that's 40 or more hours a week that I have to pretend to care about anything other than music.
Referring to my previous answer about working a full-time job, I do all that I can to help other musicians quit theirs. A lot of places pay bands a percentage of alcohol sales, so I'll come to your show and get sloshed. I'm talking about totally wrecked. It's a win-win. If you see me passed out in my own bile on the bar, or perhaps in front of your mosh pit, stick a post-it to my face to say thanks.
Talent. You can sound really bad if you must, but try to stand out in some way.
Psychostick, The Fuxedos, The Fellatio Masks, Steel Panther