Sunday, October 6, 2013

Sunday, December 16, 2012

THIS. We love house shows. Be there, numbskulls.


Sunday, November 25, 2012

Let's make some noise!

Sorry for the quiet. We aren't dead. We just forgot about this space for a while.

We've got a few shows coming up. Attend them. We thank you. 

Monday, October 10, 2011

Midwest Tour has been cancelled

The universe has conspired against us and unfortunately we have had to cancel our midwest tour that was set to commence this coming Thursday. We will do our best to make up the shows that were booked after the new year. We sincerely apologize to our legions of devoted fans. We'll see you in 2012. - OAM

Monday, September 12, 2011

Violent, Loose Cannon - A Show Review

This is a review of the show we played with Dead Prez last month at Red7. If you'd like to read about the rest of the show, you can head on over to the Austin Cut website for the full scoop.

While the second band, One Against Many, was setting up their rock music equipment, I started to get major Lollapalooza vibes. After an intense nu-metal sound check, I didn’t know what to expect. They had the stage-presence of clean cut dorks that contribute to society, but their passionate angst-ridden jams are proof that underneath their calm and dorky exterior lies a vicious and unreasonable beast outshining Mike Tyson on cocaine. They ended their first song and I began wishing they actually were an over the top nu-metal band with ridiculous break downs instead of the frustrated modern hardcore band that they were. The band looked like it was holding back a lot to keep from alienating the hip hop audience that was slowly filing in the door.

"...a vicious and unreasonable beast outshining Mike Tyson on cocaine."

Between songs, the lead singer would switch from being the typical violent, loose cannon, hardcore front man to soft spoken and really polite. Throughout their performance, with a look of genuine sincerity, the lead singer told everyone how glad he was that we all stayed to listen to them. He also assured the audience the set was almost finished, even though the crowd looked pretty entertained.

Friday, August 5, 2011


Thanks to all those who came out to the Ringworm show early enough to see us play. It was a great show with great bands.

You can catch us again on August 19th at Red 7 opening up for none other than DEAD PREZ. It's a going to be an awesome show. Riders Against the Storm will be amongst the other local support. Don't sleep.