If you are looking for a new favorite metalcore band, The Anchor should definitely be on the list. Who is going to tell if you are rockin’ out to The Anchor in the privacy of your own home? Plus, we’ll all have time to get psyched up for their next concert – fingers crossed.
Who: The Anchor of Denver, Colorado. Linzey, Sham, Cory, Adam, Ryan
What: Metalcore with a rock goddess. Check out their album, Breathe.
Why: They are badass. They also have awesome merch. Go buy some to support the band.
Today on the blog, we are welcoming LifeCycle of New Jersey. There is another band called Lifecycle; however, they are from London and play alternative/tribal music.
The LifeCycle that we are interviewing is definitely rock and roll. Let’s find out more about LifeCycle, shall we?
Who is answering the questions?
Scott Pustilnick – Bass Guitar and Backing Vocals
Where was your first concert as a fan? As a performer?
Going WAY back to my first concert as a fan…..electricity was just invented! My first as a fan was Van Halen in support of their first album. I was really young but my parents were into music and I was fortunate.
As a performer, the Jersey Shore. I was in a cover band just finding my way and trying to get better.
Do you have a bucketlist? If so, what’s on it?
I think to have a bucketlist , you have to be one of those people that refers to the bucklist. I never refer to it so I have to say no, I don’t have one. Having said that, there are things that the band is working very hard to accomplish. If LifeCycle had a bucket list, it would be touring Japan, then touring Japan again, and then finally touring Japan.
What was the last thing that you read?
Good Question! I am reading a Steven King book right now but the last thing I read before this book is called “The Four Agreements”. I highly recommend it if you are trying to be happy and not be an asshole to people you love.
What are you listening to at the moment?
JAZZ! I am down the “rabbit hole” with all things Jazz right now. From Chic Corea type fusion to more traditional Chet Baker and everything I can get my hands on. Apple Music has been a game changer. For hardly any money , you can have more music then you could ever imagine. Not only is it convenient and you can share all this music with friends, Apple Music has the most obscure albums ever recorded.
If you weren’t a musician, what would you be doing?
We have a YouTube series called “A Day in the LifeCycle”. It’s a look at the band off stage and its very stupid at times. The band loves to do it and I end up editing the videos and releasing them every other week. If I wasn’t a musician, I would be making videos for other musicians. I love it and its art. Art is art.
Who would you like to collaborate with in the future?
I think LifeCycle would benefit from a collaboration with Rick Wakeman. Rick’s keyboards and piano work are insane and have been a part of progressive rock and he even played with Black Sabbath on some tracks. Some of songs would really be a good fit for that kind of partnership.
What do you want people to know about your music?
I want people to know about our music….period. It’s all about awareness. Our music is real and we actually play our instruments. The songs are put together well and we give a shit. We don’t write things we cant play live. People are smart and can judge for themselves. We just thank everyone for taking the time to listen to us or watch us live. LifeCycle totally appreciates your valuable time. Stay safe and may the Schwartz be with you!
I am probably being paranoid about the end times coming sooner. At any rate, I need to get my recipes copied from Pinterest before society totally crumbles and takes the Internet with it.
So I’m just sharing a few ideas that I came across while researching options for recipe books. I realize that it is April Fool’s Day but this post and the links are real. The guy in the picture is my boyfriend. The kids and I would starve without him. He is essential. Also, no joke. 🙂
Make a Bullet Journal/Recipe Book
Decorating your own binder is a way to make your recipe book more personal. You could type the recipes onto the cards if your handwriting is not great. It’s still a cost effective option.
3. Use an online program to print a cookbook
So if you are short on time or artistic ability, you could visit Create My Cookbook and make your own cookbook. I just started cutting and pasting recipes this week.
I have finally figured out how to use my Instagram photos. If you share them to Facebook from Instagram, it should work. Maybe . . .
4. DIY. The old fashioned way.
Buy some recipe cards and a binder at the store. You should probably get some pens. If you have kids or grandkids with decent handwriting, they could help you write.
Darchelle Stone was only 19 years old when someone took her life on September 2, 2008 in Columbus, Ohio. She died due to injuries from stab wounds.
Although Stone’s photograph is not listed on the Ohio Attorney General’s website, it was published with her obituary. She was a young mother who was involved in community service. Stone and her mother helped to clothe and feed the homeless and other people in need.
From the little bit of information that I found, it doesn’t seem like she had enemies. Who would do such a horrible thing to such a good person?
I’m sure that the police ran into the same problem of not finding any viable suspects.
If there were any witnesses, no one has said anything. Hopefully, someone will come forward with information. It would be a travesty if they kept silent. Please honor Darchelle Stone’s memory by helping to solve her case.
Who to contact:
If you would like to submit information, contact the Columbus Police or Central Ohio Crime Stoppers. Rewards may be available for information on a case that leads to a conviction by contacting Central Ohio’s Crime Stoppers at (614) 461-8477 or visiting their website.
If you have any information or questions about any Columbus area cold case, please contact the Columbus Police Department. The Homicide Cold Case Unit number is available (614) 645-4036 during the hours of 6 a.m. – 4 p.m. You can also call the Investigative Subdivision Duty Desk at (614) 645-4624, after hours.
If you’re craving some alternative rock that makes you feel a bit nostalgic for the 90s, then Stone Sea has a video for you. I’m gonna go see if I can find a flannel shirt and combat boots to where while playing this video. It’ll be a good time.
Their song, “Slice of Depth,” is pretty rockin’. Take a peek.