February 16, 2010

No Vonneguts, No Glory



PS: new website coming soon.
PPS: new t-shirts coming soon.
PPPS: your records should have arrived.
PPPPS: unless you forgot to buy one.
PPPPPS: in which case, go to the Vitriol Records webstore and buy one.

Continually,
Al / DANGERS

(Lest you judge by our record and song titles, that is, find yourself wondering if we ALL exclusively read looks-good-in-some-hipster's-back-pocket poser-fiction... be assured: a few of us read real books as well. It's just that the aforementioned Bal Frown gets to name things. Smooches. - The Rest of Dangers)

13 comments:

urban said...

still haven't got my record.. maybe today..

suckmyovaries said...

I read the Cats Cradle and left the book in Peru for someone else to read.

Anonymous said...

fucking losers

Tabak said...

still havent gotten my album either. i think the post office done fucked up. but i downloaded it, and have listened to it constantly. the breakdown in under the affluence is my ringtone.

-Tabak

justin said...

all of them have been sent out a while now, check with your USPS person, sometimes those assholes hold things up for no reason, or double check your paypal address and make sure it is your proper one, i hate having to send things twice.

Gillen Lee Riggs said...

someone pointed out to me the other day that i was carrying around "the dharma bums" in my back pocket and i just felt awful.

Holly said...

I've just recently got into your music. It's a good time.

Play a show in London/UK. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

today i bought a 7" comp. entitled "Coastal Flooding..." it features some sweet guitar riffs on track 5

Anonymous said...

"make love while you can. It's good for you."
I love you.

Alexander said...

make fuck while you can

Anonymous said...

poser-fiction? shouldn't fiction stand on its own not by whom its being read by? Or any art form really. I mean technically wearing a dangers pullover or a punch t-shirt while riding a fix gear is a very common "hipster" activity. so should we then not listen to dangers in order to not be classified as poser or someone who exclusively listens to looks-good-in-some-hipster's-record collection-albums?

If you like something, you like it, who gives a fuck if a "poser"(a term that in itself is an oxymoron) likes it.

I might have misunderstood your guys' point, but I expected better from people who praise about how open-minded and anti-establishment/outside the norm they are.

stoked on the Owen Hart shows.

Anonymous said...

agreed

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