/ 771 days ago
Once again Rain Dog Skateboards has teamed up with a really awesome hardcore band. Down to Nothing is one of Richmond, VA best hardcore bands. They always put on an awesome live show. I remember seeing them at one of the final Floorpunch shows, lets just say things got a little nuts. But I saw them a hand full of time with Bane as well and they always gave 110%. Pick this deck up and support Band and the Company. Also check out Reaper Records and All In Merch for all your DTN needs. Oh one more thing the board is dipped in yellow paint and the artwork is by Mike Rennie of Absolute tattoo in Richmond Va.
/ 884 days ago
So I just back from vacation snow shoeing in the Catskills, real old man stuff. But I came across this while I was checking my twitter (twatter). I’m always excited when bands do skate decks and it seemed for a while in the early 2000′s quiet a few bands did manufacture and sell skate decks (Hope Conspiracy, American Nightmare, Boy Sets Fire, Sick of It All, Ignite and Snapcase). There are going to be two new ones for 2011 that I’m psyched to see. Now remember you can’t get these on the Ebay’s yet. Rain Dog Skateboards a small DIY company is putting out some limited edition skate decks for two of the hardest working bands in hardcore right now. I’m talking about Terror and Trapped Under Ice. Both bands will have these on tour. The TUI deck is a preorder and ship will once it arrives the band will also have them on tour in April. The Terror deck on the other hand is sold out and can only be purchased now through the band. Don’t sleep on these two decks they will end up on Ebay. But you really should support the bands and the skate company.
If you haven’t already checked out Trapped Under Ice’s debut full length Secrets of the World go buy that shit from Reaper Records you won’t regret it.
I’m sure if you have not heard of Terror or the best hardcore album of 2010 Keepers of The Faith you must be listening to Justin Bieber or some other shit. Get off your ass and buy that shit at Reaper Records and Century Media.