Sunday, September 13, 2015

carlos of bronco army!

1. Introduce yourself and your band. 1-Well, I'm Carlos current bassist in Bronco Army. I think I do not know how the situation at the time and still will continue with the band. 2. Can you tell me about your style of music? 2- I really like Oi and Rac. I'm not like the others, do not like reggae, ska and rocksteady. 3. What countries have you played at? 3- We have played in Germany and Czech Republic. 4. What bands do you consider your biggest influence? 4- For me, Skrewdriver, No Remorse, Agent Buldogg, Endstufe, Skullhead, Bulldog Breed, Les Vilains, Kill baby Kill, Condmned 84, Close Shave, Brutal Attack, Pluton Svea, Brutal Combat, Evil Skins, ic1, Likedeelers. 5. Is there a lot of skins in Brazil? 5- It has many labels and idiotic pseudo revolutionaries. But real Skinheads? I don't think so, haha. 6. What is your feeling on the local Antifa who got ran over by the bus in Brazil? 6- I do not like Antifas and if they are suffering accidents or dying for nothing do not care haha 7. What your lyrics mostly about? 7- We talked a lot about Sao Paulo pride of our beloved land we were born and we struggle to get rid of Getulio Vargas government, and mostly we talk about street skinheads facing the obstacles of everyday life. 8. What is your feeling on the national politics in your home country? 8- My feeling about the current policy is pure disgust and a vision of a miserable future for all of Brazil, I hope the opposition comes to save us. 9. What made you decide you were going to be a skin and play in a rock n roll band? 9- I've always been street kid, and I start in punk where I identify myself for a while however never considered me as an anarchist or political supporter of failed ideals, I met the skins of my town and started hanging out with them and always seeking information always wanted to have true friends who were with me to drink and also to fight then I found myself in the mean. 10. Is there any last words or comments? 10- For me my concept of skinhead you have to have liver to drink enough, loyalty and honor principles that a man should carry with them for life, the hatred in his eyes and fists to face any enemy and mostly have a sense of brotherhood and also to music because it frees us from day stress ... hold on tight, a big hug and cheers for American skinheads!

Saturday, September 12, 2015


Could you please introduce yourself to our readers:

Hi there, I'm Jäsä, knocking on 43 and a racial activist on various levels since 1989. My utmost interest is video making, filming and editing. But I have also produced skinzine (AinaSkin in early till mid 1990s) and a few other mags as well (Finnish B&H in mid 1990s too and later on editor of chief in Blood & Honour Scandinavia and B&H Sweden mags).
I've also put some time in producing CD's (AinaSkin, Ragnarock records with Max Hammer and NS records with Marcel Schilf + various sublabels). And been organizing plenty of gigs, demos what not. Kriegsberichter videomagazine series ( are some of my most known work.
Recived a few years "statepaid holiday" back in 1990's for duties for Race & Nation, which just made me more motivated on White Mans' cause.
Like: Dogs. Dislike: Third worlders.

1. how did you get into video making?

I always felt very strongly about storytelling and making my own mini movies, was heavily influence by splatter/gore genre in the late 1980's so at the oh ever so tender age of 14 I finally grabbed the camera (vhs)
and a bunch of friends and just started like that. It was 1987 then, and got into Skinhead way of things couple of years later so the course of
my videos was shaped up accorindgly.

2 whos you favorite director or animator?

Kosher alert, but gotta be Stanley Kubrick ... or Milos Forman or F.F. Coppola. Obviously a woman who renewed story telling too (Orson Welles just ripped her off), Leni Riefenstahl o/. (Triumph of the will, Olympia 1936 etc...)

3 how did you get into nationalism?

I'm prety sure I got it in my mothers milk. Finns are naturally born nationalists considering our history. Trusting no-one (in regards to our bordering countries) can be challening.

4 is sweden as liberal as they say it is?

Unfortunately Sweden is being turned into Sharia zone Kalifat. I lived there good 15 years. Best of luck to them though, drive the enemy into sea.

5. is there any swedish groups making progress for nationalism?

Anyone standing up for their race & nation in these days is that progress.

6 what made you think of your video series? whats your favorite one?

If you mean Kriegsberichter videomagazine, it was a natural evolution, them concert videos started to be a bit boring in the long run
so I teamed up with Marcel Schilf of NS88 in 1995. Before that I made music videos for bands, for instance Paul Burnley of
No Remorse fame once requested 20 or so clips. Many projects were folded but evolved finally into what then became known as Kriegsberichter,
travelled quite a bit across in Europe to film various events, also got footage sent to me (vhs supremacy!).

7. if you could have a day to talk to someone either dead or far away who would it be?

Far away is easy...just email or videocall away. But that would always be my one and true inspiration, Ian Stuart. He liked the videos I made for
Skrewdriver at the dawn of 1990's. That and my parents (been gone for 21 years now).

8.what bands are your favorite in the americas? what about europe?

I don't really follow music scene nowadays at all, its a whole new other ballgame with the invasion of third worlders at hand ... so it's gotta be the bands I grew up with, ie. Arresting Officers, Day Of The Sword, Nordic Thunder (interiewed them
in my AinaSkin magazine in 1992 when they had just put out a demotape), Bully for newver acts, I liked Youngland a lot, and Blue Eyed Devils, oh and also Lighting Rod
for giving such gems (hi Dave!)

9 can you tell me about you 40 rarities that just came out?

It's basically a compilation of various clips I've made between 2011 - 2015 and were never put out on any DVD release. Lot of old 'Driver songs given heavy editing. But also brand new
stuff like Trollfront, IC1 etc ... a few distributors are dealing with that release now. All in all I have made hundreds of videos, my youtube channel has entertainment for a few hours:

10. any bands you hope to be able to see live?

Yeah, the classical MisFits line-up smile emoticon Driver obviously, Driver now, Driver today, Driver tomorrow, Driver forever.

11 thank you for you interview and think you!

Thank you Wolfiedude for the interest. All the best

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Escuadron 88! stolen from Midgård Magazine

Hello Sebastian! Would you like to introduce yourself and the band Escuadron 88? Greetings. The band was created in 1996-1997, and it is the first WP skinhead band in our country. It kept on activity only a couple of years because several members were jailed between 1999 and 2001. In 2002, we tried to regroup the band without success. The NS scene remains very quiet until 2009 due to the strong persecution to the skinheads. In 2012 the band regroups with three new members; Ganda in the drums, Lucio playing the bass and Laika in guitar. Sebastian is the only member from the original formation. Escuadron 88 has participated in many concerts in Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil. The band’s albums are; a poor quality demo from 1998, a split with four songs in 2013, the same year the first album “Urban Warriors”, and in 2015 the EP “Resiste”. This year we will participate in a compilation album; “Independencia y Revolución”, with many RAC/WP bands from South America. How is everything going down in Uruguay these days? Has it only gone downhill since the lefts took over back in 2004? Yes, the reds had been in the government for more than 10 years now, and every year our country turns more and more decadent. They are destroying the occidental values in our society. The left wing brought their socialist laws like the legalization of marihuana, free unlimited abortion and homosexuality. Also criminality and drug abuse grown fast in the last 10 years. Uruguay is receiving a lot of immigrants too, mostly niggers from the Caribbean and peruvians. Traditionally, our society was formed by a huge working class of European descendents, mostly from Spain and Italy. Nowadays this is changing because of the low birth rate of white people and a growing population of blacks and mixed race. Regrettably, the left wing has been successful with this agenda… Uruguay does not have any conscription, but the army want to recruit gays? No conscription ever, and yes, must be some gay recruits. Uruguay has turned in a fucking paradise for faggots. They walk in the streets holding hands and kissing in front of the children, it’s disgusting. The gay lobby is very powerful in our country, there are homos in politics, economy and surely in the army too. Is it easy to be introduced to White Nationalism in Uruguay? Unfortunately people have no racial pride in Uruguay, so the white nationalism has never been popular at all. Most people hate white nationalist, and there are anti racist and antifa groups. We are living a “racial suicide” in Uruguay. The minorities can be proud of their race or condition, while we can’t say we are pride of being white without being called racist, accused of discrimination and even sent to prison. How were you introduced to White Nationalism? I’m proud of my European ancestors since I was a child, and I didn’t understand why was supposed to be ashamed of it. In school, teachers predicate multiculturalism and lie about our history. The white man created great civilizations and brought progress to every land he went. I HAVE NOTHING TO BE ASHAMED OF, I’M PROUD TO BE WHITE. Back in 1996 we formed the first WP skinhead group in Uruguay with some friends of mine. In these days we also edited a NS music fanzine called “Orgullo Skinhead” (Skinhead Pride) and collaborated with 14WordsPress and Katia Lane. We end up in prison in 1999 just for belong to a white pride supporter group. This didn’t discourage us and we tried to keep fighting for our ideas, but between 2001 and 2004 several street fights leave almost every uruguayan skinheads in jail. This taught us to work in a different way. Nowadays most of us have kids, and for me raising my daughters is the most important thing in my life because I have always lived by the 14 words. The struggle for a future for our race and our children continues, and someway Escuadron 88 is a way of keep fighting. Are you involved with an organization? To belong a white pride organization in our country is illega. How is it to be open with your political opinion in your country? Saying you disagree with the so called “democracy” makes you a proscript, and you will eventually get jailed. So, national socialist or fascist opinions are pursued. As I said in the previous question; forming an organization with these “politically incorrect” opinions it’s illegal. And how did you get hooked up making music? There wasn’t any RAC from Uruguay before us, we were the firsts to bring this music to our country. As everyone at first, I used to listen to Oi! And hardcore bands. Then I knew some RAC bands that blowed my mind. The first WP/RAC bands I listened to were Skrewdriver, Division 250, Klan and Estirpe Imperial. Would you like to introduce your new minialbum "Resiste!"? “Resiste” was recorded in April 2015 and it has 4 songs. “Indignados” (Outraged) it’s a song about our refuse for this decadent world, and our pride for our race will never die because we will never surrender. “Occidente” (Western) comes next, as the name says, it’s a song about defending our true values and western european culture. The third track “Ruta 88” (Route 88) is dedicated to Ganda (our drums player) and all motorcyclists that are proud of their race. The last song “Resiste” (Resist) is about standing in a world in ruins, resisting. Better times are coming comrades, our flag will fly again! Does Uruguay have any historical, or alive persons that have influenced white nationalists? No, as I said, the White nationalism in our country it’s something new (since 1996) and we are not influenced by any historical character because, in our opinion, no one openly defended white pride before. The music scene in you country. Is it big? Or are you a part of a bigger scene together with other South American bands? No, in our country the scene is small, we are few skinheads and true NS. Lately we struggle not only with the antifa scum, but also with white trash dressed like a skinhead and using our symbols, who have a lifestyle that totally disagree with the national socialist principles. Fortunately, we created a skinhead front with our brothers and sisters from Argentina and Sao Paulo (Brazil). The skinhead front organizes concerts, events and soon a shop with CDs and T-shirts. How is it with live gigs for Escuadron 88? We love concerts, is what we like most. Here in Uruguay we had organized just a few concerts, with a small amount of people, we played just for our friends. But in the last years we participate in a concert in Brazil with 60 people approximately, with other bands like Zurzir (Brazil) and Pelea de Ratas (Chile). The two biggest concerts we played in were in Buenos Aires with 100 people and our brothers' bands from Argentina Fides, Gladius and Nos Hicimos Respetar. People had told us we sound much better in live concerts than in our albums. In my opinion this is just because we are not a studio band, we are a band with strong feelings for the love of our race, and hate for the NWO who want to destroy it. That’s why our sound is powerful and aggressive. Which bands do you prefer listening to? I had listened to RAC for 20 years, it’s hard to say, but if I have to choose I prefer the 90’s bands like División 250, Klan, Ultrasur, Brigada NS, Max Resist, Bully Boys, Nordic Thunder, Aggravated Assault, Chaos 88, Natural Born Killers, AdL 122, Sud XT, Peggior Amico, Celtic Warrior, No Remorse, Konkwista 88, Kolovrat, etc. I also listen to new bands like Bronson, our brothers Fides Skins from Argentina, Bloodshed 88, and several spanish bands. Also like viking rock bands from Sweden; Ultima Thule, Hel, Pluton Svea of course, and Steelcaped Strenght (in my opinion the best). What is the future plans for Escuadron 88? Next month we plan to record two new songs for the Skinhead Front’s compilation called “Independencia y Revolución” together with Gladius, Fides y NHR, Pelea de Ratas, and Infractores from Brazil. We also are invited to a concert in December. Next year we are going to play in some other recitals and take a free time to compose new songs. Thank you for the interview. Last words out to Sweden is all yours. Thanks to you Andreas for giving us this space in Midgård Magazine and made us able to reach Sweden and many other european countries, thank you very much. We also want to invite the readers to download our music and watch our videos in youtube because we are running out of CDs copies right now. We hope to play in Spain and Italy in a couple of years. A salute to all skinheads from Sweden and Europe, never forget what we are fighting for, the 14 words!! WPWW

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Chris from Volk!

Can you introduce yourself and your music style?

You are speaking with Christopher Control. I represent Toronto Black Metal band VOLK.

2. How is the Canadian folk metal scene?

I tend to focus exclusively on direct competition.
So I just have my eye on Metal activities in my own city of Toronto, and immediate surrounding areas.

Hard to know what's happening in places like Calgary, or P.E.I. if you know what I mean. It's my unpopular opinion that there is too much music even in Toronto.

I know of a few folk metal bands here. Our guitarist Martin Drozd leads his own band Protokult, who have an Eastern European folk sound. There's a few others but I think Protokult is at the top of the game. Regardless if a member played in VOLK or not.

3. What 5 bands are your biggest influences?

For the band directly I'd say Nargaroth, Abigor, early Satyricon, Laibach, and Joy Division.

4 When did you decide in life you guys wanted to be metalheads? When did you pick instruments?

I can't speak for the others in the band, but for me it was definitely when I saw Iron Maiden perform live on MTV. I was a little kid. I was really into music, I liked videos obviously. One day a special program comes on, and it was Maidens full set from their powerslave tour. That was it for me. It was the first double harmony I ever heard, and first time seeing Eddy. Changed everything.

5. Can you tell me how you come up with your lyrics ideas?

Some flows from the brain. A lot is influence of the books of George Orwell. I piece bits and pieces from old wartime slogans. British, German, American and Russian.

Could be a point of humor, but I'm obsessed with North Korea. I get a lot of ideas from reading on that topic. A new song we be playing live called Total Control is very inspired by the goings on there.

6. Black or death metal? Thrash or glam?

Oh dear.
Black Metal over death. BUT, I love a selection of 80s and 90s Death Metal. But you have to understand that Black metal in the very beginning of the 90s turned its nose at death metal.

I forget the band, but there was an interview of an emerging Norwegian Black Metal group that complained that death metal bands wore jogging pants on stage and had dirty hair and wore sneakers. I thought that shit was really cool.

Thrash over glam. Zero contest.

7. How many cds do you have out? When does your new one come out?

Officially, one. The volktalitarianism e.p. which we just released. I'm working on new music for the full length now. The goal is a spring 2016 release. Followers of the Facebook page will know.

8. Who are the best bands that you have shared the stage with?

HIVE from Guelph Ontario, Unbowed from the same, and Traitor from Toronto Ontario.

9. What's your favorite song to play live? How about in general?

Pagan Lands, and Passage. Both on the new e.p.

10. Where is your next gig at?

A place called Coalition. Torontonians will know. September 24th with Wilt, and Ischemic.

11. Where can we get the merch?

At gigs of course. But online mail order at more distros to come in the United States, and Europe.

12. Any last words request or ideas?

We are unique. Especially within the Toronto scene. You don't lose if you've left your house to come see us perform.

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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

blood n beers! (stolen from da six pack king) <<<< check it out man!

Yo first off all thanks a keg for doing this interview with da six pack king !
Anybody who calls themselves the six pack king is worth our time, haha.(Interview Ray & Jules-vocals & Guitarist of BNB)
Could you first introduce Blood n Beer to the readers who havent heard you yet ? Who is in the band and how did you all meet ? 

Our name is Blood n beer and we are from the SouthEnd of San Antonio Texas. We established ourselves in our local scene throughout the 90’s. We drive on the heaviness of pissed-off-working-class rock ‘n roll because that’s what we often do is piss people off. A kid was recently told to leave from a venue because he had one of our old bar t-shirts on. Our vibe is loud and proud.
I’ll start with original member the #1 Asshole Julian on vocals, Jason on Lead he’s basically an original member, Me(Ray) rhythm, Baby Gabe, who is the baby at 22 yrs old is on bass and newest member Jerry on drums. We are all from San Antonio, TX. Julian, Jason and I have known each other way before the band. I first met Julian through a mutual friend back in about 1997. And to go full circle Julian, Jerry and Jason we’re childhood friends from the southside. They’re pushing their 40’s. I’m a few years younger and I grew up on the east-southeast side. Baby Gabe hails from the west side and was introduced to us through some friends of ours. Julian with other former members started the band in 2002 and Jason came in around 2003/04? I was asked to join about 2007/8 after Robert Parker left the band & we were shakin’ up for some time by his sudden passing. Parker played lead and bass on most of those recording because our original bassist was too drunk and drugged to play. Then came fresh crop Baby Gabe on bass, who was in a death metal band. He joined a couple years back, but the rest of us have been around for years now and have watched each other get fat, old, bruised and bloodied.
Who came up with the band name Blood n Beer ? I fucking love it , its one of the coolest names ever !

 Glad you like it, the name actually came from a GWAR song. Blood n beer was Damage Control prior to 2002. Way back Jason actually got to share that moment with GWAR when they came to town.
How would you describe your beer drenched music to the people who havent heard it yet ? 

It touches on various sides of oi! And punk rock along with just great rock n roll, but the Blood n beer version. We have songs about real shit that goes on and most of what you hear now is the stuff we’ve been playing forever. Blood n beer has a whole mess of songs that have been around since the beging that we haven’t recorded. We lived these songs. It’s a brother hood, it’s the working class struggle. Sex, drugs and rock n roll.
What have you released sofar and how was the reaction on the stuff from both underground zines and fans ? 

What we have available now is up on our Bandcamp and Facebook page. It contains almost all of our very early years. We may have lost some demos that are floating around out there somewhere. Most interviews or reviews have been positive. Had a good review out of Skrutt, another for the Texas Oi! Compilation, we are also on Smash the Discos Vol. 1, plus a couple on line compilations. Still waiting on another interview to get published with a guy from Los Habitantes in Brazil. We’ve been at this for so long that our underground movement has been great considering we are banned from most of the popular punk/rock clubs in town. Our fan base in San Antonio has been solid since day. These are our brothers and sisters and we have known each other for along as we can remember. Every day the Blood n beer Army grows. More recently we are seeing and increase in fans from overseas which is great because being a fan in San Antonio gets you kicked out of local bars, clubs or possibly beat up.
Could you describe a typical Blood n beer live gig to us ? 

Typical show contains beer, lots of beer and maybe some other paraphanelia. Early on the violence was pretty bad at our shows resulting in our ban. Surprisingly we still got booked with great touring acts until the promoters got together to shut us out once and for all. Over the years the shows have been great. Hitting Austin and Corpus Christi are always great times. There are two bars Splach and Nesta we love to hit. Blood n beer brings a great diverse crowd.
What do you love to do the most n why, writing songs recording them and playing live ? 

Nothing can top playing live, that moment when you have every body’s attention and there is beer flying across the room, sing-a-longs, dancing, mic’s & mic stands smashing into your mouth, great times. There is a lot of pride and excitement when your recording and hearing that play back. Writing songs just have never been a problem. Jason has songs for days along with other stuff we piece together.
Where did you had your most memorable livegig ?
The most memorable has to be my first gig(& first ever gig) with Blood n beer at Rock Bottom on Ave. B downtown San Antonio around 2006. We opened up for Agnostic Front. I remember running late to the show pulling up to the front to unload and almost simutaniously every one else in the band pulled up too. There was a line of people coming out of the building and I just remember saying “Fuck”. We set up as fast as we could and jammed the hell out of that place. Julian and the rest of the guys did everything to embarrass me on stage.
Who writes the lyrics for Blood n Beer and what are they mostly dealing with ? 

Julian and Jason write most of the lyrics. Some had also been written by Parker. They range from drunken violence to the drunk tank(county jail) to sloppy drunken sex, going out on random drunken nights and picking fights. Lashing back after being told you can’t do this and you can’t do that for so many years. Giving the middle finger to authority.
Bloody Laces is a song i fucking love could ya tell what this song is all about ?
Song was written by Julian in 5 minutes and was completed at the following practice. Fat Ass, Blood n beer’s old guitarist, sings and plays guitar on it. It’s about being on a warpath and seeking violence. Going out and literally fucking up someone just to feel better. Possibly the fastest song we have. Every year it seems to get faster.
From where you are, is there a scene around ? what bands do you totally support ? how about zines and venues to play ? 

There is a scene here in SA. And Blood n beer has been the black sheep of it all. We support out of town bands, maybe a couple of punk and metal bands that are worth mentioning. We only support our local bars, no real support for any venues because they’re all corrupt and full of politics.
What was the sickest thing ever happend at a Blood n Beer gig ?

Jules lead singer. I seen a guy get his ass beaten on two occasions at a show while we played we just kept playing and they kept fighting so its like we were the background music for their beatings haha.
What was the most shitty venue you ever had to play ? Where was the coolest ? 

The korova because they banned us from there haha yea fuck you shovel face angel you queer haha. The best place Alamo city live music venue for not being pussys about booking us . jules singer

What made you say fuck this shit i want to be in a fucking band ?

Jules I will be finishing this interview I was fooled into singing by my first band mates in my first band damage control I would go and watch them practice they had no singer so they would ask me to sing lyrics they had and shit after two months of that shit they booked a show without telling me and I was angry but still did it and that’s where I started I also sang for the perturbed another old san Antonio punk band I was their 4th singer and was their last
What bands are for an influence to Blood n Beer when youre writing your kick ass working class rock n roll ?
 my influinces are the old british oi and punk bands I grew up listening to that plus old American oi! and punk as well I am also a big fan of outlaw country willie nelson Johnny cash merl haggard also American metal like pantera down super joint ritual slayer
There’s a bunch, but we grew up with a lot of different music. Being raised in Texas Pantera is always on rotation.
Alright you dudes know what time it is now, cuz this zine aint only about tha musick but also abt beer so, what would be your favorite beers and how much of that could you take before you pass out ?
 for me its Texas beers I love shiner bock brewed in shiner Texas a great asortmant of styles also lone star beer when money is tight and good ol busch and pabst blue ribbion we can go all night long aslong as the fridge or ice chest is full hahaha bush bootboys oi oi
Do you remember your first beer ? Was it love at first sight or did you hated it at first ?
 yes I was a fresh cut and it was a miller high life and it tasted like shit to me I drank it anyway haha . Mine(Ray) was a budwieser, possibly MD 2020.
If Blood n Beer was a beer style what kind of style would it be and why
I think no I know we would be a Texas beer like shiner good and strong enough to fuck you up at the end of the night.
What do you think about all those metal bands that are getting their own beers ? Would you like to have this also for Blood n Beer to happen ?
 hell yes blood n beer stout brewd in Texas drink a case of this and wake up dead or in jail or pregnant haha
What are some of the more funny stories you could share with us when you were under the influence of the almighty golden beer ? 

Well most of mine involve violence so here is one I had just moved into a new house with a room mate and we been out drinking with some of the boys south end skins Texas so we were coming down the road and our old drummer was driving we turn the corner and there was a goose in the road he hit that fucker I saw his neck smack the hood and we started laughing when I woke up the next day our neighbor was pissed because her dog was dead in the road and asked if we hit it I said no but we probably did hahah that night was not good for animals in the street.
Youre from Texxxas, what are some of the best beers from Texxxas, and what beers are tasting like total piss ? shiner hands down, I think lone star taste like shit but everyone loves that horse piss.
Whats your opinion about beers without alkohol and the motherfucking pussies that drink that fucking shit ?
 I think they should stay home if they are gonna drink non alcoholic beer unless you got a good reason I hate non alcoholic beer
When did you had your worst hangover ? You know the kind of hangovers that made you wish you were straight fucking edge ! What do you do to cure yourself from that evil shit ?

I woke up face down on my floor and my room mate was yelling at me to get up and go to work I had all my cloths on boots and all pile of vomit next to me the guys said they opend the door for me and I took a step in and fell face first on the floor so yeah the next day was a living hell.i will try and drink a soda or something besides beer try and eat vicoden and red bull is the cure all for me though
Did you ever had to puke on stage cuz you had too many beers ? 
no but we played corpus Christi we were up all night drinking the night before and drove down to corpus and started drinking again it was some fucking oi fest so we went on around 10 at night I thought we would fuck the set up but we ended up playing one of our best sets that night had the place going ape shit corpus shows are always good shout out to our south end guys in corpus gary and rich
What was the most shitty beer you ever got at a venue where you had to play ?
lone star at all the damn bars here in Texas hahah now this my opinion some of the guys love lone star I don’t hahah
Ray- I’m not an IPA fan, but the shittiest would have to be warm left over keg beer.
Whats the most common beers you get when youre on tour ? 

We played Orlando florida and we drank pabst blue ribbion and budwiser and a lot of whisky

What are the things you want to have done with Blood n Beer before the band is dead n gone ?

Just to make our mark in Oi! Or in punk rock in general. After 13 years we are just starting to get world wide recognition so theres no stopping now and as long as nobody overdoses or ends up doing time we’ll still be cranking out music.
Where can the fans get your merchandise and cds ?
Band camp and at our shows and on facebook
Alright bro these were all the questions tha six pack king had for ya ! last words / shoutouts are yours ! thanks again for this interview, you rule !!
ok first off thanks to all the people out here who support us and to all who have banned us from the pubs and bars in our city suck my south end dick .much love to my south end brothers here in Texas ,florida,Michigan,billy burg and the black list swindlers Billy onderus and brew crew skins in Orlando for showing us love oi also Mr. Jason Scott long for spreading the word about us and repping the south end in Michigan Chris from hardsell for coming to Texas from half way across the states and coming to our show just like Jason long