Friday, August 20, 2010

WEINERS! + Tombstone Piledriver VS. Ric Flair's Hair

Just wanted to say thanks to all who voted us "Best Metal Band" for the 2010 Pitch Music Awards! We feel like some real weiners! We would also like to thank The Pitch for the free booze, the fun party, the new weed tray and for putting up with our shenanigans. It was so good to have all the homies in one spot, and remember San Dimas High School Football Rules!

In other Hammerlord related news ... we are slaying the Jackpot Music Hall tonight with our favorite mythical beasts, Troglodyte! Show starts at 10pmish, right after Bane gets done. Yes, that Bane. Just us and them in a steelcage death match till the bitter end. Ric Flair's Hair VS. Tombstone Piledriver!

Thursday, August 12, 2010


Well, ...HELL!

It's been a minute and much has went down in the Hammerlord universe. Our CD release shows were a blast and we would like to thank all involved, and all who came out and had a good time with us. Audio and visual from those performances coming soon.

"Wolves at War's End" is officially out, in-stores, and available on I-tunes. We have also been informed that it's available via torrents / blogs all over the world, especially from sites outside of the u.s. of ahhh. To this we ask "fucking torrents, how do they work?!" All we know is that we believe in magik and miracles, and hopefully all those foreign downloads mean we will be touring outside of our country soon. Thanks for listening friends!

We have been nominated for "best metal band" by The Pitch Magazine this year. Not sure if you can still vote but we do know that, at least this one dude did....

THANKS DUDE! That's dedication, holmes!

We appreciate the support, although we find competitions pretty silly, but good fun. Speaking of fun, how about that Pitch Music Award Showcase? Much love to all who came out and banged their head with us. We would also like to thank Jeff from Troglodyte, Fletch from Koktopus, and Mean Dean the Metal Machine, as well as The Lord's own Terry (The Tornado) Taylor for filling in on vocals that night. Vocalist Stevie Cruz was attending the Twin Peaks Festival (20 year anniversy of the show) that weekend, and we are very glad to not have to cancel the show. Also in Twin Peaks/Hammerlord news, big thanks to Dugpawhooha for making this video for our Twin Peaks inspired song "The Ballad of Rusty Tomaski" hopefully this clears up the constant question of "who's Rusty Tomaski?"

We do have plans to make a proper video for this song in the not so distant future. Stay tuned!