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Great music, TallBoy!:))) Stay unique as you are and sincere in what you do! Cheers!:))) \m/
Hope the trip went well in Washington and I'm sure we'll be seeing you guys soon!
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"False Sense of Hope" huge fan of growls and awesome metal. So. Fla cheers * Patricia
Hey guys, were looking to do a show in Medford somewhe July 25th on the way back from our tour. Let us know if you can help.
Hey, Great page! ..would be good if you could check out mine and the music video for my new single 'Up and Coming':http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNNCDaSYsYI
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Epic doesn’t even begin to describe the throw down Threat Con Radio sponsored this weekend in Sacramento for Fallrise’s CD Release Party. The mass migration From Oregon had been in planning mode for months before the big day actually hit. It’s a rare thing to hear thirty people are going to make a six hour drive to hear unsigned bands break out some music. Then again, it’s just as rare to find bands that feed off of each other’s energy the way Tallboy and Fallrise do. Watching these two acts set fire to a venue one right after another is the same as being bathed in pure metal goodness. Tallboy broke out the goods right from the get with Juice Box. It wasn’t long before the previously standoff locals filled the pit to get a closer look at this crazy f*cking band that was making their heads rock. Sacramento said hell yeah to some Tallboy as Jimmy riled the pit up with his presence and screamed at the crowd from on top of the bar. Angel leaned over the railing, rattled us with his bass and made the kid standing next to me lose his everloving mind. It’s safe to say Tallboy’s fan base grew substantially well before they were hit in the face with the final song Tommy Gun. It was a fight to keep my spot front row and center when Fallrise started to gather on stage. The fans all around me were whistling and calling out to the band relentlessly. When the lights dimmed you could feel the room swell with appetence for the succulent music we were about to absorb. During the first song Back From the Dead, a back and forth between the guitars and bass was played that knocked me over the head and took me captive. From that point on I was completely lost inside the audio that was bleeding from the sound system. Every song played was just as good as the last from beginning to end. The Back From the Dead Release Show is without a doubt the best show I have been to this year.
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Jimmy and gang - great show in Sac on Sat - loved it - thanks for the injection of full throttle energy
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