The hardcore show scheduled for this Friday @ The Birmy has been cancelled according to Choppaz from Tenth Dan, one of the six bands scheduled to play. Tenth Dan will, however, be playing in Melbourne on Sunday, June 24th @ The Arty, along with Crosscheck, Flame the Fire, No Love Lost, Speartackle and Violent Abuse.
Kudos to the bands for making the right decision and displaying anti-fascist solidarity.
- You’re not hardcore
(No you’re not hardcore)
Unless you live hardcore
(Unless you live hardcore)
haha the topic of your blog says it all mate…
if you were fair dinkum youd get down there and try and stop these nazis straight up… instead you sit behind a fucking computer with your cock in your hand filling your self with false self worth.
the birmy may now be 6 times less hardcore but you are now 6 times more a fucking wanker.
you win hahaha.
Ah, right, so the bands were scheduled to play there in that other entry? Because that confused the hell out of me. D:
Good to see they came around, though. I’ve seen a few of the bands play, and I was a little worried they wouldn’t really care due to the whole apathy thing.
yep. and yep, apparently they do care. which makes for a refreshing change really.
may i suggest a cup of tea, a bex, and a good lie down?
jay you a fuckin’ wank mate!!!!
we’ll seeya then… long live the birmy.
good work andy. youve finally stopped a gig!!! if only all bands were poofs posing as hardcore kids more interested in [political] ideology than music, then youll have your victory.
gay slopshot fuck off. its confused dumb cunts like you that give the birmy the bad name.
may i suggest getting a job, a little less kiddie porn and researching your stories a little more.
[youre] a waste of life.
thanks for your comments ‘faggot anachist’. just a few points pumpkin:
1) i didn’t stop the gig. instead, i wrote to the bands informing them of the birmy’s status as a neo-nazi venue, the campaign to boycott it, and an appeal for solidarity. the bands — xcheck and speartackle in particular — agreed to support the boycott, and cancelled the gig. so really, credit should be given to those blokes for showing that hardcore means more than just music. as for them being ‘poofs’, i don’t know and i don’t care — and i kinda doubt they care much either when some anonymous twat acts like a 12 yo schoolboy and calls them names. obviously, their stand makes you uncomfortable — which, judging by your commentary, is kinda unsurprising.
2) what gives the birmy a bad name is the birmy management’s demonstrated willingness over many years to make money from supporting neo-nazi organising projects and celebrations.
big wet fat sloppy hugs and kisses,
…make that “appealing for solidarity”… also, tenth dan was the first band to respond…
OOOooooooo faggot anachist you rude boy just fuck me up the arse and give andy a kiss like he ask you. xoxoxo
There’s a whole lotta love being expressed here tonight ladies and gentlemen.