The kids are in for a doin'.
[img]http://fearnobeer.com/FNB3/FNBGIG3_2.gif[/img] Edited by: Eamonn Evangelists at: 21/1/05 3:49 pm
Griswold and underage girls - what could *possibly* go wrong?
This does appear to be just [i]asking[/i] for trouble.
Any idea who else is playing?
ronan says yakuza might be doing one of these gigs so hopefully its this one.
seriously eamon man i love you for putting these gigs on.
yeah Eamon's lovely. mmmmmmmmm
Whats fear no beer? I like beer. I dont usually fear it, execpt for that crap you get in Indian resturaunts..cobra beer i think its called.
Racialist. Edited by: whosbainejakey at: 20/12/04 1:59 pm
Cobra Beer is brewed from snakes.
I fear all Belgian Beer.
Yes! Another chance to play repetitive noise, eat babies and bark at the moon! Thank-you Eamonn!
I think cobra is great. Its smoothness perfectly complements the spicy heat of the indian cuisine I like to eat.
it's the less gassy, more classy alternative.
Watch this Space....
the [url="http://www.startups.co.uk/YTzl1HtoyivadQ.html"]cobra beer story[/url] is hardly a rags to riches one.
Neither is the one about Snakebite.
anyone else confirmed for this?
could we play eamonn? il give you back your guitar in return.
Could we play Eamonn, i'll suck your lanyard in retur, and nick your guitar back for you too!
i have an exam in the snack bar until 4.30. should be down after. this will be my first fearnobeer due to my having to work every saturday, so i dont actually know what time these go on to.
who organises these gigs? anyone got a contact number or email?
Eammon Evangelist,Twele and Vjhorne I believe.
the gigs generally end at about 5.30...but it is not unusual to then find everyone heading round the corner to the empire
email [b]email@example.com[/b] if you wanna get in contact with any of us.
I believe the line-up is:
+ 1 more TBC
A noisy afternoon awaits.
have to say i am really looking forward to this one! shall be my first experience of the dangerfields as well. griswold you better not fail my expectations!!!!!
eamon/vicky/tessa- would you mind if at the next fear no bear not the one on the 22nd but the one after if i was to try flog my zine there?
Och bless him - flogging zines used to be the only good reason for going to gigs years ago...
Be there you fúcks!
Using the same template for all our gigs now...we're not lazy at all! if your reading this tessa or eamonn check yahoo panarion account cos my comp wont let me onto it & reply to those ppl please??!?!?!
This gig shall rock. Bring me the head of Liam Gorry.
i'm really looking forward to this, it'll be the first time i'll have seen the DFs play in about a year and a half. Los Cabras are gonna kick scrote too.
my mummy does'nt allow me out anymore, neither does my psychiatrist.
I'm off work so i think I'm gonna pop down.
will you have a badge that says conor kane on it? just so i can say hello
Haha that would be a good idea. I have a fair idea what you look like anyway thanks to Clare Rudedoodle and her pictures. This gig is going to be great.
FearNoBeer Gig#3 is on [b]Saturday 22nd January[/b] in [b]the
Menagerie[/b], University St. at[b] 2pm. £3 entry[/b]. It's an
[b]all ages event[/b].
[b]Fearnobeer.com[/b] began as a means to showcase photos
taken of bands at local gigs. After realising the lack
of all age gigs in Belfast, we put on a launch gig in
the Menangerie in October 2004, which went very
successfully, as did Gig #2 in December 04. It is run
by Tessa Weale, Vicky Horne and Eamonn Evangelists.
[b]The Dangerfields' Biography[/b]
We formed in Belfast in March 2000. We play
rock'n'roll. AU called us "the punk offspring of
Mötley Crüe and Nuclear Assault". We have played 500
gigs and released four EPs. We sing about girls and
horror movies. Bruce Dickinson loves us. Yeah.
horror movies. Bruce Dickinson loves us. Yeah.
[b]Los Cabras Biography[/b]
Formed in the autumn of 2001. Lost some friends, and
gained some more along the way. Initially broke up in
the summer of 2003, it felt right to get together
again with some fresh blood. The sleaze has never
sub60 have been working on their unique sound for 3
years now, and with songs like Number and Fireman
setting the pace it's easy to see where all the effort
has gone. Frenzied guitar-lines, often skidding and
crashing right off the main road of music as we know
it, are pinned down by the tightest of rhythm
The vocals veer unpredictably between soothing croons
and unsettling barks.
The result is a surprisingly listenable brand of noisy
hardcore that makes you feel like taking a
sledgehammer to the family car.
Noiseniks are an experienced 4-piece grunge rock band,
weirdly influenced by Muse and Radiohead. The band
have had shitloads of gigs, having radio slots on ATL,
publicity spots on Music Live and multiple BBC sets.
Having recorded their second E.P. (the first being a
distinct, unique acoustic session back in the days as
a 5-piece @#%$-up) titled "Put Me Down" with 7
originals due to be re-recorded and re-mastered to
cater for 6 more originals, the band have began
shooting video segments for their fist official
release of their single "Sweet Smell of the
The band have had numerous headlining slots in various
parts of the city and have taken time off to enjoy the
delights of life before flinging themselves once again
into the torrent of hardcore Gigging that usually
brings about short narcosic states with "the odd
bruise, as it were..."
Noiseniks have also finished negotiations with top
Dublin-based bands for a Dublin-based tour in late
June which shows the extent, reach and demand of the
band and its ever-growing fanbase. With a
third-album's worth of new original material
showcasing the band's wares, 'Niks hope to take to the
stage later in the year with more knockout gigs,
packed-out venues, coned out fans, hysterical roadies
and more fun than you can shake a shitty stick at.
Lastly, but definately of no less importance, the band
are the proud owners of the much-coveted Music and
Arts Culture Award (Ireland) for their input and
contribution as a band to the local and international
music scene and also as a distinct and unique new
sound unlike no other.
"...To put it mildly, an invigorating yet vulgar
display of guitar onslaught, bass thunder, drumming
virtuosity and vocal heaven… There aint no band equal
Further info on Fear No Beer telephone: 07759964204
Give me a shout about equipment you egg-chomping loon.
this is a must see. Hav'nt seen sub 60 in years, like wise with lost cabbage.
I've never read a serious issue of any grumble mag.
They're usually filled with innuendo and funny pictures. Then eventually, man-glue. Edited by: Eamonn Evangelists at: 19/1/05 12:02 pm
You planning on selling your grumble mag?
You ruining another thread with you c*ck-sucking, back-slapping Evangelists-'lead' nonsense, you cnut?
Grumble mags are a serious issue. Address it.
looking forward to checking this event out!
nah its not ready yet
can i do it at the next fear no bear?
Yeah, it's on the Saturday 19th February.
Bewarned though, the line-up we're planning is specifically aimed at the City-haller type.
you got linkin park?
nah seriously who is playing?
Wait & see.
you should get bands from dublin to play it. should make it a bit more interesting.
seriously get up bands like easpa measa, kid blunt, puget sound, [r]evolution of a sun, betamax format etc to come up.
i think after this one on saturday there wont be many good bands besides yakuza that havent played this yet.
oh please get that band that played the first one. cant remember their name but they rocked!
I think I can guess. See you on Saturday Ciaran?
yeh i will defintley be there. come and say hello.
who do you think these city hall type bands will be?
I have a fair idea but I dont want to guess and ruin it.
"[i]i think after this one on saturday there wont be many good bands besides yakuza that havent played this yet.[/i]"
You are young, mackle. This is only the tip o'the ice-berg.
[quote]Bewarned though, the line-up we're planning is specifically aimed at the City-haller type. [/quote]
first i heard of it...i thought we hit a low point with the evnagelists - i could be proved wrong.
First Band on at 2.20pm. Over at about 5.30pm.
[b]All-aboard!![/b] Edited by: Eamonn Evangelists at: 21/1/05 4:46 pm
what times the first band on at?
just so i can plan my train times carefully
Will the bar be open?
i might go to this, will the bar be open for big boys and girls?
i think HALF CUT shud play the next one, altho we dont fit in with the city hall types but they suck.
yes the bar is open!
Kane nothing good has ever came out of anything that u said
Bump, as Ciaran would say.
DIE, as i would say
good aul day today was.
thanks to everyone i talked to cause i was in a really bad mood and you all seemed to cheer me up!
los cabras and the dangerfields were amazing. los cabras were a billion times better than i thought they would be. they totally oooooozed stage prescense
youre taller than i imagined.
were you the one who said to me "i love how you knew i was gonna say that before i even did" ???
thought so! just didnt catch your name
im not sure i told you, i think i was giggling.
but yes, nice to meet you. and i promise i dont molest young men.
giggling at me? lol
nice to meet you too! by saying that you dont molest young men are you implying about other members of fastfude?
*rudedoodle* sorry claire! you can slap me next time you see me for that
I am very upset at not having had the opportunity to meet the infamous Mr Mackle but I'm afraid my bed was far too appealing until about 6pm. Next time! Next time!
i dont sign autographs by the way!
Yes but, was she implying it or inferring? Et cetera.....
Gutted I missed this gig, getting bizzy with the fizzy fo'schnizzy.
Great gig, loved Sub 60 and Los Cabras who I had never seen before. Nice meeting you Ciaran, good luck with your Zine.
aye nice to meet ya ciaran
i enjoyed the event! makes a change, getting out on a saturday afternoon.
well done everyone involved!
nice to meet you as well conor and dux!
somebody was taking pictures/taping on saturday if anyone knows who it was id be really interested in seeing them.
i know paul branagh was videoing the df's. and vicky probably had her camera. i think i saw eamonn pissing about with it.
As far as 'taping' goes: the bands also got audio recordings on CD straight off the mxing desk.
Standard disclaimer: despite the Warzone account I speak as mac, the individual, in this cpacity. Edited by: The Warzone Collective at: 24/1/05 3:13 am
Fastfude seems to be developing into the mackle datin agency judging by this thread.. nice work mr mackle.
Not a great gig for the ol' DF's (damn pesky daylight) but it was good to get out of the studio for a few hours and, of course, meet the legend Mackle. Rock on, Fear No Beer!
au-contrare andy, i thought yous were grrreat
loved the wolfman one,
liked the nicked metal militia riff too!
keep it metal!
Shucks. Thanks, Monsieur Flumox!
Kill 'Em All rules. Forever.
griswold i was star struck meeting you!
Stone cold Steve Austin?
Thanks to all who came, and thanks to Mac and the Fear No Beer posse. At least we weren't hanging around outside the menagerie waiting to get in, and looking like a bunch of desperate transients...
Fun was had, despite rotating drumkit walkabouts and a tricky new song....
See you all soon! :evil
wasp boy los cabras rock!
Thank you Sir. Will try and get another all-ages show soon, so you can dance and be merry. Good luck with yer zine printing!
Graham, there'll be pictures online in a day or so on fearnobeer.com