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Drowningman share rare track 'Needle and Thread'

Currently working on new material, Vermont rabble-rousers Drowningman have taken a break from the proceedings to dust off an old rarity, "Needle and Thread (like pulling out stitches with a fork)," previously only available via a Boston-area compilation. The song was recorded during sessions for the group's 1999 split with The Dillinger Escape Plan. You can have a listen below.

Drowningman provided Lambgoat with the following statement regarding the track:

"As we have been getting ready to record, we have been digging through the archives. More to announce in the coming weeks... let's just say that we have been closely examining our work with Steve Evetts.

"The last time we recorded with him it was for our split with Dillinger Escape Plan. The song was 'My First Restraining Order'. It was new territory for us, but would later come to play a big part in the direction of the band. We went on to re-record the song for Rock and Roll Killing Machine on Revelation Records.

"What people don't know is another song was also recorded at the same time, 'Needle and Thread'. 'Restraining Order' went on to become a staple of our set.

"On the other hand? This turbo-neurotic banger came to rest on a limited-release comp. As we prepare to show you where we are going, it's important to show you where we've been.

"A word of warning: be very careful with this song. It has been living in a basement for a long time. If this song was a person? It would be the guy with stained sweatpants in the Sam's Club parking lot that tries to talk to you while you're getting in your car. Don't make eye contact.

"Transmissions coming with increasing frequency @ instagram.com/drowningman_official."

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anonymous 306 days ago

Nailsmobile flip


rick_tocchet 306 days ago

Not so rare anymore is it?


VodkaVeins 306 days ago

So rare you need soulseek to find it


evil_hero 306 days ago

did you say rabble rousers. you f*cking goon


evil_hero 306 days ago

simon you f*cking bony eared assfish


anonymous 306 days ago

Where can I find the Scheme mp3s???????????????????????


evil_hero 306 days ago

theyre hidden behind simons cock and ball torture vids


anonymous 306 days ago

That picture lol. Corona and too much spare time, ladies and gentlemen


anonymous 306 days ago

never was metalcore or a precursor


anonymous 306 days ago

Stoked.


anonymous 306 days ago

DEP name drop


anonymous 306 days ago

DEP name drop Absolutely a "in case you don't know us, we did shit with bands who were actually good and got popular while I was a junkie POS ripping people off."


anonymous 306 days ago

LOL/SMH @ that photo. Imagine being over 40 & dressing like that. Real simple, grown men: Short sleeve polo spring & summer, long sleeve polo fall & winter Dark brown Dockers Shoes (sneakers for grocery, store & atm runs) In other words DRESS LIKE A GROWN MAN. No t-shirts, henleys, hoodies, or shorts - you're not 22 anymore.


anonymous 306 days ago

"Needle and vein" drowning junkies


anonymous 306 days ago

LOL/SMH @ that photo. Imagine being over 40 & dressing like that. Real simple, grown men: Short sleeve polo spring & summer, long sleeve polo fall & winter Dark brown Dockers Shoes (sneakers for grocery, store & atm runs) In other words DRESS LIKE A GROWN MAN. No t-shirts, henleys, hoodies, or shorts - you're not 22 anymore. ^ My wife's bull


easyhateoven 306 days ago

i like it


anonymous 306 days ago

My wife's bull >> She's good man.


anonymous 306 days ago

Simon Brody owes me money.


anonymous 306 days ago

Sheetrockman.


easyhateoven 306 days ago

brian sankus


anonymous 306 days ago

anonymous 12 hours ago never was metalcore or a precursor Sounds like the best compliment a band can get.


anonymous 306 days ago

anonymous 11 hours ago LOL/SMH @ that photo. Imagine being over 40 & dressing like that. Real simple, grown men: Short sleeve polo spring & summer, long sleeve polo fall & winter Dark brown Dockers Shoes (sneakers for grocery, store & atm runs) In other words DRESS LIKE A GROWN MAN. No t-shirts, henleys, hoodies, or shorts - you're not 22 anymore. Thanks for the fashion tips, cuck


anonymous 305 days ago

^ "how to dress like a proud boy". Yeah, no thanks, cuck. Sounds like the dress code for a strip mall T-Mobile assistant manager.


anonymous 305 days ago

^ "how to dress like a proud boy". Yeah, no thanks, cuck. Sounds like the dress code for a strip mall T-Mobile assistant manager. ^ Face mask, visor, 3 jabs, 2 boosters, black tee, and skinny black jeans for the real antifa cucks like yourself, sir 👍


heatercornman 304 days ago

Im still waiting for my t shirt


anonymous 304 days ago

Thanks for the fashion tips, cuck permalink | report abuse anonymous 1 day ago ^ "how to dress like a proud boy". Yeah, no thanks, cuck. Sounds like the dress code for a strip mall T-Mobile assistant manager. >> No, not a dress code, just how most adult males dress. First we wear collared shirts in general. We wear t-shirts when working out, running & doing other physical activities & we wear them at home. When we go out to dinner with our wives & girlfriends & they are dressed up, we dress up too & like adults not children/teenagers. Second Proud Boys? Puh-leeze. Last T-Mobile assistant manager, right, someone who works for a living selling sh it you couldn't live without.


anonymous 304 days ago

^so no grip on fashion, got it.


anonymous 304 days ago

Ohhh yes that took me back. Awesome awesome


anonymous 304 days ago

so no grip on fashion, got it. >> From a manchild who still wears t-shirts, hoodies & shorts in public. Polos, dress pants & shoes are always in fashion.


anonymous 304 days ago

Yeah, if you're a college frat manlet from South Carolina. Keep looking like middle management there, Tiny Tim.


anonymous 303 days ago

polos and dockers are for the Walmart crowd. Lookin good and always on the hunt for some underage poonanny. F**kin' clowns.





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