(Earthworms and Fresh Heir are currently touring around air force bases in England and Europe. Mathias from Earthworms is keeping a diary for us while he's away. Read on below for the third installment; the first one is here, second one is here.)Greetings from Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo! Kosovo... is b ... More >>
(Earthworms and Fresh Heir are currently touring around air force bases in England and Europe. Mathias from Earthworms is keeping a diary for us while he's away. Read on below for the second installment; the first one is here.)Good people of STL, After a few days of wall-to-wall crazy, I am finally ... More >>
Speaking of bands traveling overseas: Starting April 9, Earthworms and Fresh Heir will be embarking on a tour of U.S. military bases in Europe. The trek will take them to bases in Germany, the Netherlands, Kosovo and the U.K. (Full dates here.) "We hope to bolster our resume with this tour, and affo ... More >>
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