Thursday, March 5, 2009

Where They Were Then?

Yesterday I did a photo shoot with my good friend Ben Rayner (not to be confused with our other friend Ben Rayner). And it got me thinking about his transition from geeky straight edge kid to fashion photographer superstar and then I remembered this video...

I'm not the first to post this video but this thing needed to be posted at least one more time.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

hahahaha


p.s. your title makes no sense

margaux said...

boys are such goofs

big baby campbell said...

héééé boy.

Anonymous said...

Uh...I guess I didn't know that Hatebreed was hardcore.

Anonymous said...

hatebreed are hard as fuck. get over it, crusty.

Stephen said...

I'm not sure what he's doing during the fast part, but he's got some moves when it slows down. He should up one of him moshing to "The Hard Way." I'd like to see what he'd demonstrate on the floor during that one.

Pink Eye said...

I want all of you to remember he was 16 at the time and "Under the Knife" and all the singles are most certainly hardcore.

Anonymous said...

I somehow got the feeling he is really happy that he ain't 16 anymore....

Anonymous said...

okk i realllly dont get hardcore danceing or what ever the fuck that guys doin and if i saw some kid punching air in a pit that lil shit would get lit the fuck up man

Anonymous said...

That's because you are too busy bumping into boys and touching them when you see a band.

Anonymous said...

u have never been to a show have u?

Anonymous said...

Been to plenty matey. The fact that you can't tolerate people expressing themselves at a show makes me think you haven't. Learn to respect the other fans, you are there for the band, not to pick a fight with someone who shares a similar taste in music in you, only they express it in a more extreme way.

Anonymous said...

in a more extreme way dude ur kicking and punching AIR i take shits that are more extreme then that

Anonymous said...

what's REALLY cool/extreme/hardcore is definitely ARGUING about moshing. LOL

pepin said...

when under the knife came out, that shit was crazy.

Anonymous said...

"Satisfaction" is the best HC record of the 90's. Fact.

Go back to your Deathreat records and Burn Collector zines (both of which I love, BTW).

LEGOS said...

I heard from myself that Fucked Up's next 12" will include a 10-minute-long 2-step part and a Kid Dynamite cover as the B-side. Fact?

Looking forward to upping a video of me dancing to it.