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tonight it's the old city and the love expressed w/ fists. a special occasion for a branded stupid occasion. we play tonight for all those ex-pats and family abandoners.
This is gonna be a rock em knock em show of emotion and regret, the type signified by a relationship between new friends who like to rock out but maybe for different reasons, and that's ok .. just fuck off, maybe.
Fists Of Love celebrates the birth of their mad librarian drummer Mr. Cedrock Rose (no relation to Axl). Fists' play in support of Darlene's record release. we're on at midnight.
Label: The All Night Party
I Sang My Heart Out To A Snake Once by Fists of Love.
Recorded at Cincinnati's Ultrasuede Studio, this collection of 10 original, new songs is our first full-length recording and our first since John Curley joined the band. I Sang My Heart Out To A Snake Once showcases the songwriting and guitar ...See Full Bio
“[The] CEAs for music are still going strong...This year’s trophies will be given out on Nov. 21 at another sure-to-be legendary CEA party at the Madison Theater in Covington...The 2010 class of CEA nominations features the usual mix of veteran artists and newer, up-and-coming acts. [The] Alternative/Indie category features State Song, The Sundresses, Wussy, Fists of Love and The Seedy Seeds... While [the other] categories are voted on by the public, the three “Critical Achievement Awards” are chosen by the CEA nominating committee. In the “New Artist of the Year” category, Pop Empire, Fists of Love, No No Knots, Soapland, 20th Century Tokyo Princess, Oxford Cotton, UZI and The Skeetones are nominated...”