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Can CP stop promoting bands featuring members that can barely play their instruments? You're making the city look bad.
Katrina, we're very aware of what an epileptic seizure is. The word itself can also be applied to other things, such as the seizure of items. Regardless, it commemorates when we witnessed a man (whose name we never got) experiencing a seizure in front of our house. He fell backwards and hit his head very hard on the pavement, which led to blood pouring out of his ears. It was a very intense experience that occurred whilst we were taking a break from playing music. I assure you, we didn't point and laugh when it happened. We were the first to call paramedics to the scene, helping to save his life. The name is not intended to make people laugh or exploit anyone who may experience seizures. It's also not a direct reference to the Cyanide and Happiness comic.
Hopefully this answers your questions.
Also, photo credit Foo Conner: http://www.iwasaround.com/
Here are some links to what's referenced in this article...
Seizure Man webstore: http://seizureman.storenvy.com
Sup, Muscles? bandcamp: http://supmuscles.bandcamp.com
r/cassetteculture Cassette Store Day Compilation: http://www.reddit.com/r/cassetteculture/co…
If you can't make it to the Save Us from the Archon show tonight, you can order a cassette here: http://seizureman.storenvy.com/collections…
Whoovez will also be playing DGUTS!F April 18 @ Howler's. CityPaper reviewed them here: http://www.pghcitypaper.com/pittsburgh/new…
You can listen to tracks from Whoovez's "Bantamweight" here: http://whoovez.bandcamp.com
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