3-5, split update, recording, tapes

First, I'd like to say that this update is a much more positive update than the last. Cogs and Sprockets, a one man grind band out of NV, will be sharing a disgustingly heavy side of a split with us in the near future. We are pumped, and will be going into to record soon (maybe next month or a little later). It will probably be titled "One Man is Heavier Than All 5 of Us".

The first run of tapes are SOLD OUT. Repress probably won't happen, at least for a while, but the split is on its way.

Within the last 2 weeks we had our practice space broken into, and stuff stolen. A couple amps and guitars. Well, I'm a glad to say that we found the douche AND got all of our stuff back. The equipment we play is (not to brag) on a level. Meaning, it is a good quality. This dude grabbed some of the better stuff we play (I don't play good stuff, so he didn't touch mine (I win (and lose)). We thought for sure it'd be gone and he was a musician that had a knack for finding some vintage gear to use for himself. We were wrong. He sucks. He stole an awesome Ampeg head only to take it apart to use in a "custom" amp that he was attempting to build. To quote Chris, "he obviously didn't plug it in". The basses that he stole and sold, he spent that money on a Framus head. Good job, new-jack. Way to upgrade.

Left to right: Black Lady P.I., Lt. Chris Denny, Internet Technician Kyle Wenzel, Hottie Blonde Cop, Captain, Vince Caffiero

We found him out by him posting one of the basses on Craigslist. Then the other bass the next day under the title "Another Bass!" Ha. Both of which were ours, so we alerted the detectives investing our case. They tracked down his personal info and in 2 days, they picked him up and he is now in jail. Check it out!  (Redacted) Fuck him.

- CSI Harvest


Rat Bastards.

Sometime very recent our practice space was broken into and some equipment has been stolen from it. This was very near and dear equipment and it also wasn't your everyday Guitar Center special buy.

1) 1983 Rickenbacker 4003. Yellowed/white with black binding and hardware. Well worn. The original bridge has been replaced with a hipshot replacement. Original is in the case. Case has a lizard stencil on it and a blue interior with a heart pinned to it.

2) Mesa Boogie 400+. I believe it's a 2006, currently out of production. Twelve 6L6 power section. Dual input, push/pulls, graphic EQ. Good condition.

3) QSC USA900 power amp. Black, 3 spaces, some wear.

4) Late 70's Ampeg V4. Serial number: 143529. See Chris Denny for more info.

5) Rickenbacker bass. 4001/4003 style. Black with no binding, dot inlays, chrome hardware, white pickgaurd. Case.

All in all some $6000 worth of equipment... gone. If you could please pass this along and if you hear anything or see anything please get in touch.