Sonntag, 12. Februar 2017

BBMA Band Of The Week #7: Vatican



90's Style Metalcore/Crymosh Band from Savannah (GA).
(Ex-)Members of Coastlines playing music in the vein of Bands like:
Poison The Well, Zao, Prayer For Cleansing, ...
I had the honour of releaisng their debut EP "Drowning The Apathy Inside" as BBMA15.

Who are you, what are you doing in the band? 

I’m Jonathan Whittle and I sing for Vatican. 

How has the band evolved since the beginning?
What have you accomplished so far and what are your goals for the future?
 

Since January 2015, we started off as a 4-piece, all from Savannah, Georgia.
We’ve written an EP called “Drowning The Apathy Inside” which was released on April 20th.
Around the time of summer was our first tour with a band called Without, also from Savannah,
and we headed out to Texas and back. We also picked up a new bassist, Jonathan Mackey,
which at the time was newly living in central Florida, originally from Long Island.
December 2015, we went on our second tour with Bind from Florida, and headed
up the east coast. January 2016, our close friend from Atlanta, Tom Lovejoy joined the band,
then went on various short runs with bands like Sanction, Jukai, Detriment, and Heavens Die.
In March, we went on a tour to California and back with Down In It (NC).
Future wise, we’d like to eventually do another US run and hopefully hit Europe and/or Japan. 

Any upcoming shows/releases/anything else you wanna tell us about? 

We’ll be doing another east coast tour from February 22nd to March 6th with Heavens Die. 
As a full 5-piece, we’ve finished writing a full length, which will temporarily be titled 
“Ache of Eternity”. We recently just put out a 4-way split with our friends in Sanction (LIHC), Funerals (Portland), and Iron Curtain (Inland Empire, CA) thanks to Bitter Melody Records. 
The split is now streaming on our bandcamp, and a preorder link is currently up on the page, 
for those wanting a physical 12”. [http://bittermelodyrecords.limitedrun.com]

How do you feel about bbma as a label?
In what do we suck most/what could we do better in the future?
 

I’ve always thought BBMA was a very pro, great label.
There’s not much I can pick on, with a label that’s always supported us beyond what we hoped.
Just keep being consistent and pushing hard ass bands. Thanks a lot! 

Shoutout to BBMA! And also Bitter Melody and Blasphemour Records. 
Everyone should check out: Heavens Die, Vein, Separated, Sanction, Jukai, Bind,
Vamachara, Yashira, Tourniquet, Iron Curtain, Funerals, Cast In Blood, King of Summer, 
Queensway, Hangman, Detriment, Laid 2 Rest, Year Of The Knife, Invoke,
Of Feather And Bone, Dwell, Riot Stares, A Life of Torment, Invoke, Presagers, Shame,
Hands Of God, Frameworks, Basaran, and Mothmother.


Ps: For this Week, all products Vatican related are on Sale from the BBMA Webstore.
13/Feb/2017 http://bbmarecords.com/shop/ 19/Feb/2017

Sonntag, 5. Februar 2017

BBMA Band Of The Week #6: Forward To Eden



90's Style Hardline (Vegan-themed) Metalcore Band/Solo-Project from Germany.
(My own Band/Project) Demo CD (2015), Split 7" w/ Content With Dying (2016)
and Compilation Tape/CD (2016) all out on Bound By Modern Age Records.
FFO: Culture, Unborn, Statement & The Vegan Jihad!

Who are you, what are you doing in the band?

I'm Tim a.k.a. xRULEx and basically I am Forward To Eden. 
In FTE's first Incarnation (2014-2015) I did Vocals, Guitars & Bass.
In FTE's current Incarnation (2016-2017) I am doing Vocals & Guitars.
Besides that I am also singing in Castigator (Death/Thrash Metal Band)
and Through Chaos & Solitude (Melodic Black Metal Solo-Project) right now.

How has the band evolved since the beginning? 
What have you accomplished so far and what are your goals for the future? 

I kinda started this band/project (wrote the first songs for it) in late 2012/early 2013.
After I realized that I wont find people to bring it on stage with, I decided to do it as a solo project and recorded a first promo track with my good friend Rat (the man behind Statement).
Unfortunately he didn't had the time to record a whole demo with me and so it took some more time
until the first "demo" was released. This time with "The Vegan Warrior" on Drums.
Then, in late 2016 I had my first great achivement with my first Vinyl 7" release
and shortly after a CD release on another label than my own!
For this year, there is a lot more planed as well - the next Split 7" is already in the making
and there are also some possible line ups for a soon-to-be show in discussion - be prepared!

Any upcoming shows/releases/anything else you wanna tell us about? 

Shows? We'll see - I won't stand in the way of that.
Releases? Hopefully a lot! Probably some. Definitely at least 2 this year.

How do you feel about BBMA as a label? 
In what do we suck most/what could we do better in the future? 

Actually, I'd love to release on any other label(s) as well - so, feel free to get at me!
In what I do suck most? Probably in trying to do too much at once... like working a full time job,
doing the label, 2 solo-projects, a band and still managing private life (girlfriend, family, friends)
and hobbies (the gym, reading comics/mangas, watching series/movies, etc.) - I think I could be
a lot more productive if I'd cut out 2 or 3 of them... but yeah, I don't think that that will happen.
So... for now you'll have to live with that - but feel free to do your share and contribute in
listening to my output (https://boundxbyxmodernxage.bandcamp.com), spreading the word about it
and last but not least placing an order from the BBMA Webstore, so that I can continue. Thanks.


Ps: For this Week, all products Forward To Eden related are on Sale from the BBMA Webstore.
06/Feb/2017 http://bbmarecords.com/shop/ 12/Feb/2017

...and if you still want to know a little bit more about Forward To Eden and my motives,
check out this interview I was given a couple weeks ago:
http://cialkoxzieleni.blogspot.de/2017/01/en-tim-rule-forward-to-eden-castigator.html

Montag, 30. Januar 2017

BBMA Band Of The Week #5: No End In Sight



Vegan (lyirc- & ethicwise) Metalcore/Thrash-Metal with a punky DIY attitude.
By Members of Minus Youth, Pessimistic Lines, Lion City, …
No End In Sight were founded in 2004, but have underwent some line-up and style changes
since then. Their first full-length was released in 2008 and their second in 2012. Then, in 2015
I had the honor of co-releasing their third full-length "Black Clouds" on a Tape, as BBMA09.
FFO: At The Gates, Iron Maiden, Arch Enemy, Motorhead, …

Who are you, what are you doing in the band?

Hi, my Name is Kevin and I defend the Guitar Hero highscores in No End In Sight.
I joined the game in 2011 as a result of periodic line-up changes in the band’s history. Lucky me. 

How has the band evolved since the beginning? 
 What have you accomplished so far and what are your goals for the future?

Our sound has changed pretty much from the first steps in 2004 until today.
Starting as a teenage-Hardcore/Punk tryout, we more and more focused on solid Metal styles
and found ourselves most comfortable with fast forward, thrashing riffs with enough groove
for all the headbangers out there. After several sampler features and 3 full-length albums,
including “Black Clouds” as the latest release in 2015, we’re now about to fire up a Split 7”
in February 2017 together with Berlin Hardcore Beast SEEK NOTHING out on BBMA.
This is gonna be 10 minutes of sheer heaviness, no excuses. 

Any upcoming shows/releases/anything else you wanna tell us about? 

We’re planning some shows with SEEK NOTHING in April and May in order to promote our Split
and be on the road for a good time. Playing live has always been the most important thing for us
as a band. We don’t want to write songs for the rehearsal room. Driving long distances for
small shows and little money is all we need. But we’re also writing new material constantly.
Due to the slow progress that is typical for us, I can’t tell when the next release is gonna happen.
For now, we’re just curious about the Split 7”. 

How do you feel about BBMA as a label?
In what do we suck most/what could we do better in the future? 

BBMA already released our “Black Clouds” album on tape as a donation for Animal Equality Germany, which has been a great success. At our first meeting with Tim, we had an extra funny time with trash horror movies and a lot more trash talk. Thanks again for sharing your flat with us!
He was instantly up for our request to release the NEIS/SN Split on BBMA and puts a lot of time
and effort in his label/booking/music activities. We’re happy about the cooperation and surely our paths will cross again. For a future advice of what you can do better: drain your zero % beer down'
the sink and tune up your fridge with the real hop juice! Love Metal, Hate Fascism. 


Ps: For this Week, all products No End In Sight related (except for the new Split 7",
which just went up for pre-order) are on Sale from the BBMA Webstore.
30/Jan/2017 http://bbmarecords.com/shop/ 05/Feb/2017

Sonntag, 22. Januar 2017

BBMA Band Of The Week #4: Titan



Chaotic early 00's Style Metalcore/Crymosh (...Skramz?) from Belgium.
Members of xHeartfeltx and Serenity Fails. They self-released a Demo in late 2014
and in early 2016 I had the honor of releasing their Split 7" w/ Witness The Fall as BBMA23.
FFO: Jane., Shai Hulud, Converge, Kindred, …

Who are you, what are you doing in the band?

I'm Dimitri Derwael and I play guitars in Titan.

How has the band evolved since the beginning?

Somewhere in the fall of 2013, Wim (drummer) asked me if I wanted to do a 1-time-gig-band-project together with Hans (Guitars) from ex- Once...Never again. The intention was to play a few 90's heartcore songs (Poison the Well, SkyCameFalling, Once Never Again and we wrote 1 own song)
for a birthday of a (now common) friend. Hans played guitar, I played bass and did backing vocals, Wim played drums and Jim took on the Lead vocals. After that 1 gig we decided to stay rehearsing and write some songs (maybe play some shows - who knows?). Being a guitarist I wouldn't trade
that place so we found Kevin who is now playing bass. Our initial intention was to play a mixture
of old Poison The Well (Distance make the heart grow fonder...era) with Skycamefalling and in a way we still do...but we all have very diverse taste in music so yes, you'll hear those 90's influences
but along with some black metal riffs here and there, some screamo/Skram atmosphere and some
Post Rock/Hardcore ambience. As long as it has that sound of melancholy, despair and rawness,
we're open to any influence ;)

What have you accomplished so far and what are your goals for the future?

We all have demanding jobs and/or a children so it's difficult to set goals because we all have other/higher priorities. But in the mids of all that turmoil of family/work life, we managed to release
a demo (2 songs - self released) in 2015 and in 2016 we recorded a split 7" released by BBMA together with #crymosh heroes "Witness The Fall". The last one also got released on
Mark My Words Records by Patrick Klosinkski in the UK. Both BBMA and MMW are sending stuff to Japan and those people seem to be crazy about what we do. We never really expected that!
Our future goals are to hopefully do a mini tour, but certainly hit the studio very soon again. We've got enough songs to fill another 7" on both sides (or do a split 10"/12"?? -
get in touch if you're intersted?!)

Any upcoming shows/releases/anything else you wanna tell us about?

Our last release was a colaboration between BBMA and Witness The Fall and that proces was just
so amazing. WTF and Titan were in the same studio on the same weekend and we did backing vocals for each other - mixing and mastering was done by the same engineer in such a way to make
it sound like a whole and it turned out just like that! Aron and I designed the artwork, I did the digitalisation and lay-out and Aron did the massive amount of screen printing DIY (!!). That release isn't just about good it sounds and how satisfied I am with the end result - sound and artwork-wise. For me this was also something I will look back at with nostalgia because I don't think that such
a close collaboration will ever be possible again. It was and still is, truly heart warming :).

How do you feel about bbma as a label?
In what do we suck most/what could we do better in the future?

How can you give any negative feedback on a guy who does all this? The question should not be what BBMA could do beter/more as a label but rather "what should/could we do for Tim to support BBMA and all the wonderfull work he is allready doing?". If you're reading this: Please go to
the webstore and buy something. Titan stuff is on sale in the same week this interview gets online - but other stuff is great as well. Check out First Fight Down, Forward To Eden, Heartfelt, Castigator, Renounced, Sentenced To Burn, Not Dead Yet, Witness The Fall (of course!),;..So get out your wallet and spend that cash so Tim can continue to grow as a label and continue to support those
90's oriented bands with a sincere message that so many HC-bands lack nowadays.
[thanks a lot - do as this wise man says ^_^]


Ps: For this Week, all products Titan related are on Sale from the BBMA Webstore.
23/Jan/2017 http://bbmarecords.com/shop/ 29/Jan/2017

Montag, 16. Januar 2017

BBMA Band Of The Week #3: xLAIRx

 
 
Vegan Straight Edge 90's Style Metalcore from Melbourne, Australia.
One of my favorite recent bands playing that Style. I had the honor of releasing this
on a vinyl 7" as BBMA16 in 2015 - which is now already sold out though.
Also the band itself is now (more or less) defunct,
but there are constant rumors about a re-union - read for yourself!
FFO: The Path Of Resistance, Shockwave, Culture, Earth Crisis, ...
Death To Betrayers. XVX.
 
Who are you, what are you doing in the band?

I’m Robert and I am one of the two vocalists of XLAIRX,
I’m joined by Michael, War, Pestilence, Famine and Death.
 
How has the band evolved since the beginning?
What have you accomplished so far and what are your goals for the future?

 
This band started as a small project but spawned to gain more members to preach
our version of the Vegan Straight Edge jihad, the war of all that is good against all that is evil.
We hope to inspire a new generation of warriors to take up arms and rebel against the stupidity
and futility of modern mankind. So far we have put out our debut 7’’/tape Wrath Of The Immaculate through life.life.regret. records (AUS), BBMA (GER), Cause And Effect (ENG), Cold Hand (USA) and Diorama (INDO). We have been overwhelmed with the support we have had from near and afar, it’s been fantastic to see others involved in the fight for human, animal and earth liberation.
 
Any upcoming shows/releases/anything else you wanna tell us about?
 
At this point we plan to record new songs this year but with members around the planet
attempting to defend mother gaia this has slowed the process down. 
 
How do you feel about bbma as a label?
In what do we suck most/what could we do better in the future? 
 
We feel at home on BBMA amongst some of the most straight forward revolutionary music
waging war with the true message of change, the vegan straight edge. Thanks a lot! 
 
Feel free to add some shoutouts:

Thank you to everyone who has supported us, listen to Rebirth and Denial.
 
 
Ps: For this Week, all products xLAIRx related are on Sale from the BBMA Webstore.
16/Jan/2017 http://bbmarecords.com/shop/ 22/Jan/2017

Sonntag, 8. Januar 2017

BBMA Band Of The Week #2: xJustified Violencex



"Real Hardcore For True Straight Edge Warriors"
Militant oldschool Straight Edge hardcore from Maryland.
FFO: xWidowmakerx, Casey Jones, xBishopx, Minority Unit, ...
I had the honour of releasing their Album entitled "The War" on tape as BBMA26.

Who are you, what are you doing in the band?

1. I AM MACK. I PLAY GUITAR AND DID VOCALS ON THE WAR. 
(and obviously have a broken caps lock or a favour for upper-case letters)

How has the band evolved since the beginning?
What have you accomplished so far and what are your goals for the future?

2. SINCE WE STARTED THIS BAND BACK IN '88 WE HAVE ONLY GOTTEN
MORE POWERFUL. BACK THEN TIMES WERE TOUGH. RIGHT BEFORE WE WERE
GOING INTO THE STUDIO, JAKE DID THE RIGHT THING AND BEAT THE HOLY HELL OUT OF THIS KID WHO WAS BLOWING SMOKE IN PEOPLES FACES AT A SHOW HERE
IN TOWN. HE PUT THAT BASTARD IN A COMA AND WAS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT. JAKE GOT OUT AND WE WERE GOING BACK INTO THE STUDIO WHEN HE BROKE PAROLE AND GOT PUT BACK IN. WE DID 'BEATDOWNS ON BOWERY' AND DONATED THAT MONEY TOWARD GETTING HIM A BETTER LAWYER AND SHIT LIKE THAT. 

EVENTUALLY HE WAS OUT AND FINALLY JOINED US FOR THE THIRD ALBUM, STRAIGHT EDGE OR DIE AND HAS BEEN WITH US SINCE.

SINCE THEN WE HAVE DONE 3 FULL US TOURS, PUT OUT S.E.O.D. AND THE WAR
AND WE PLAN ON GETTING MUCH MORE POWERFUL AS WE CONTINUE. 

Any upcoming shows/releases/anything else you wanna tell us about?

3. MORE SHOWS ARE COMING UP. UNFORTUNATELY WE'VE LEARNED THAT
WE CAN'T POST ABOUT SHOWS LOCALLY ANYMORE, NEARLY EVERY TIME WE
POST ANYTHING ABOUT IT ONLINE THE PIGS SHOW UP. IT'S ALSO GOTTEN HARD
TO PLAY OUT OF TOWN TOO SO WE NEVER POST IT. THE PEOPLE WHO WANNA KNOW ABOUT THE SHOWS KNOW. BUT THAT SHIT IS RARE. LIKE A DIAMOND.
GOTTA KEEP THAT SHIT UNDERGROUND. MORE SHOWS AND SHIT
ARE COMING IN 2017. GONNA HIT IT HARD AND FAST.
A MUSIC VIDEO FOR ''STRAIGHT EDGE WATCH DOGS'' IS IN THE WORKS AS WELL. KEEP YOUR PEEPERS PEELED FOR THAT SHIT.

GOING FORWARD WE ARE PLANNING TO BECOME MORE POWERFUL.
THIS NEXT ALBUM WILL BE OUR FIRST AS A 5 PIECE. 

How do you feel about bbma as a label? 
In what do we suck most/what could we do better in the future?

4. TIM AND BBMA HAVE BEEN NOTHING BUT INSANELY SUPPORTIVE
OF US AND OUR QUEST. COULD NOT ASK FOR A BETTER PLACE TO CALL HOME.

SHOUTOUT TO HIM FOR ALL THE SUPPORT, SHOUT OUT TO RINKY FOR
BEING THE DUDE HE IS, SHOUTOUT TO CRUNCHER FOR HIS HELP
COMING UP WITH THE NEW VID. xCROWBAR CREWx REPRESENT.

STRAIGHT EDGE OR DIE. JXV 2K17 WEAR A FUCKING HELMET
BECAUSE THIS RIDE IS ABOUT TO GET ROUGH.


Ps: For this Week, all products xJustified Violencex related are on Sale from the BBMA Webstore.
09/Jan/2017 http://bbmarecords.com/shop/ 15/Jan/2017

Samstag, 31. Dezember 2016

BBMA Band Of The Week #1: Heartfelt

New Categorie: BBMA Band of the Week!
First one is dedicated to my good friends in xHeartfeltx

They're a 90's Style Straight Edge Hardcore Band from Belgium
and you should really check them out! I had the honor of re-releasing their demo on tape,
back in May '15 as BBMA11 - but, let them speak for themselves:

Who are you, what are you doing in the band? 

 Dimitri - Vocal and Financial Director.I’m Alex, the drummer in the band.Wouter - Bass player.
Maarten Scholz, I play guitar.Maarten Steyls, guitar player.

How has the band evolved since the beginning? 
 
(Alex) Early 2011 Maarten Scholz (guitarist) wanted to start a melodic hardcore band
in the vein of More Than Life, Killing The Dream etc… he was searching for a drummer,
and placed a message on a forum which I replied to. So I went to try and stayed ever since.
After about two years of practicing, playing shows, and recording an EP, I was fed up
with the things we played. I rather wanted to play some kind of 90’s new school hardcore form,
like Spirit Of Youth or Kindred. As a teenager I grew up listening to those bands so it made
more sense to me. Eventually in late 2013, early 2014 we started to rehearse, making new music
that people reffered to as Culture, Morning Again, Kindred… It was so much more fun to me,
it felt more natural. As a drummer, I learned to play with other people so I already took a huge step forward, and from then on I could actually play something I always dreamed about. In april (or may) 2016 Wouter, a friend of ours, joined as our new bassplayer, which also was a big step forward for us as a band. He quickly learned all of our songs, and we kept playing shows with our new line-up. Also, Dimitri (vocalist) ’s voice sounded so much better than ever before. People started to appreciate us more, they came (or stayed) to actually check us out. Our music kept evolving, becoming heavier with more metal influences. At this point we are in the process of writing new songs again, to record an EP in 2017. The music still gets darker, more bitter. It feels more natural for Maarten Steyls (guitarst) to write songs in this particular style of music. He once told us that the songs on our LP (Deprived Of Compassion) didn’t feel natural to him, the writing process was harder than it is now.
I think that a lot of the things that he plays are way better than what we used to play. For me, I try
to improve my drum rhythms, and patterns, going faster from time to time (i.e. the addition of more double bass pedal drumming). We exist as a band for almost 6 years, and I think that’s not bad at all. It was only this year (2016) that we decided to become a straight edge group. When Wouter joined our ranks, we had a potentially edge line-up, and most of us were already straight for years.
We liked the idea so we just claimed the straight edge for us as a band. It’s a personal choice, we are not the band that only spreads that message through our music. So be sure to keep an eye out in 2017 for our new EP, feel free to check out our (new) music, and to catch us playing at a show.
Or just come and hang out, it’s always fun to meet new people!
 

What have you accomplished so far and what are your goals for the future?

(Maarten Steyls) We released our first record ‘Deprived Of Compassion’ back in January (2016).
I’m proud that we made that happen, and I would definitely like to thank Arne from Mosh Potatoes for releasing it on vinyl, and Patrick from Mark My Words Records for doing the CD release.
The most important goal for me would be to do a small tour or weekender sometime.
I feel that’s long overdue. We rarely play outside of Belgium and I think there are other countries
that might appreciate what we do even more.

 (Alex) As I said before, some of our goals we accomplished before are the releases we did
(old EP in 2013, the new promo songs -2014-, and our LP in 2016). We are going to record a new EP in 2017, at least that is our plan. For me personally, one of the best things ever was that our band
was being noticed by friends, and other people from 90’s hardcore bands that we love
(Spirit Of Youth / Solid, Kindred / Enemy Of The Sun… some of which play in other bands now – which we played together with - : Lockstitch, From Cocktail To Fire, Kabul Golf Club…). Sometimes when I see someone wearing one of our shirts, that's also a really good feeling.
Also, a weekender or a (short) tour would be nice to accomplish. I think that if we would be an American band, we would get more attention. We once played at a showcase where Blistered (USA) headlined. After the show they talked to us, telling they loved what we do and that if we would be based in America, people would go more crazy over our music. On the other hand, I think that it’s just nice to be a Belgian band, hailing from the country that brought you the finest H8000 Hardcore (Congress, Liar, SOY, Regression, Spineless, Vitality….), Brussel (Arkangel, Length Of Time….), and Antwerp (Facedown) bands, as well as some of the best Limburg hardcore bands ever 
(Kindred, Enemy Of The Sun, Ashlar, Distract…).

Any upcoming shows/releases/anything else you wanna tell us about? 

(Maarten Stelys) We have been writing new songs since May. We are really stoked to play
our new set. It’s still 90’s metalcore, but everything sounds a bit more agressive and darker.
Everyone in this band has improved in what they do. The song writing in this new style feels
more natural to me. We’re also spending more time working on details and we set the bar higher
for ourselves. A lot of riffs end up not being used if we’re not 100% satisfied with how it sounds.
We are currently finishing up the last songs, so we will be heading into the studio soon.
Our plan is to release these songs as a 10” EP, sometime in 2017. So if any labels would like
to help us out with this, let us know! (ever heard of bbma records...?)

(Alex) We plan to record and release a new EP in 2017 (as if you shmucks didn’t read that
before, hah!). For now we only have 1 show planned, a birthday show for a good friend of ours.
We will play some new songs there for the first time. If you are triggered after reading this,
and want us to play at your show, feel free to contact us with your question(s)!
Also feel free to check out the other bands we play in: Titan, No Solace, Devour,
and some new projects that hopefully will see the light of day in 2017, haha.

How do you feel about bbma as a label?
In what do we suck most/what could we do better in the future?

(Dimitri) The coolest thing about BBMA is Tim. Also the fact that there are so many bands on his label that waive the Flag of the 90's is really cool. BBMA does quite a lot... I think the only thing they could do to improve, is to make more living room-mosh video's to advertise their releases.
I think that's it's Tim's best marketing tool atm and he should take it to a higher level.

(Maarten Steyls) In December of 2014, we played a show in Germany (which was actually our
first show outside of Belgium). After our set, Tim started talking to us and asked if he could
release something for us. We were really surprised by this. I believe that was the first time
we got actual support from a label. As a result, our demo ‘Flaws In Human Nature’
was released on tape by BBMA in 2015. So needless to say we really like what Tim does
and we are still thankful for him helping us out.
 

(Alex) ) I got to know BBMA way before Tim knew about Heartfelt. I actually can’t remember
how I started to notice the label, I guess through one of his releases (it may have been the
Realm Of Torment demo tape). Tim is a very cool, and nice dude, who does everything possible
(and probably also impossible) for his brainchild. He promotes BBMA through the internet, goes
to shows with his distro, talks to a lot of people to get BBMA noticed…
and those are just the things he sucks at!
You have no idea what he is capable if he would do it
the right way!... Haha no man just kidding. I feel he does everything for the love of hardcore.
Keep it up dude! What could be better in the future? Well, if Tim keeps doing his thing the way he does, things will automatically get even better, that’s for sure! P.S.: it would be awesome if BBMA would sell some bicycles one day, boy oh boy would I be all over that (godverdomme fietsers)!



Ps: For this Week, all products xHeartfeltx related are on Sale from the BBMA Webstore.
01/Jan/2017 http://bbmarecords.com/shop/ 08/Jan/2017