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  • Razzle

    Razzle Monrovia MD

    Too cool for school and too awesome for words. You guys RAWK !!!!!!!!!!!

    Too cool for school and too awesome for words. You guys RAWK !!!!!!!!!!!

  • Kevin

    Kevin St. Pete, FL

    Still jamming Breaking Point. To me, the MOST underrated metal album of all time. (Would love to have it remastered.) A true classic. Worst album art/album title for a classic album, but whatever. I'm sad there's no XL or XXL shirts available. My brother and I would gladly rock them if there's ever a miracle reprinting. He found Holy Terror so I know anything is possible.

    Still jamming Breaking Point. To me, the MOST underrated metal album of all time. (Would love to have it remastered.) A true classic. Worst album art/album title for a classic album, but whatever.

    I'm sad there's no XL or XXL shirts available. My brother and I would gladly rock them if there's ever a miracle reprinting. He found Holy Terror so I know anything is possible.

  • http://www.blasimanagement.com

    http://www.blasimanagement.com Rome

    Great sound and site

    Great sound and site

  • Mike Ranish

    Mike Ranish Beltsville,Bowie,WilmingtonNc,GreenwoodDe,MiddleRiverMd

    Ha !!! Happy to see you all rekindled some of the good ol'days... I was doing a little web surfing and Bbbwaamm!!! arrived here... I was around from the barn days, before the barn days, Billy's parents basement where the band practiced for a time, the attic, running around PG county with the band putting out fliers for their events... I had to roll back the wide open lifestyle of those 80's - clean up a little, but still make claim - to a survivor of the reflections and memories of spending time with your band... Good Times! Nice to see you all made a statement... Take Care, Mike R

    Ha !!! Happy to see you all rekindled some of the good ol'days... I was doing a little web surfing and Bbbwaamm!!! arrived here... I was around from the barn days, before the barn days, Billy's parents basement where the band practiced for a time, the attic, running around PG county with the band putting out fliers for their events...
    I had to roll back the wide open lifestyle of those 80's - clean up a little, but still make claim - to a survivor of the reflections and memories of spending time with your band... Good Times!

    Nice to see you all made a statement...

    Take Care,

    Mike R

  • Chris

    Chris Germany, Frankfurt

    Jeez! I've always been a great fan of WARDOG - and just found that I completely missed Tension's comeback last year! Damn! I hope you guys will come to Europe for a tour or at least one or two live gigs soon?!?

    Jeez! I've always been a great fan of WARDOG - and just found that I completely missed Tension's comeback last year! Damn!

    I hope you guys will come to Europe for a tour or at least one or two live gigs soon?!?

  • Steve

    Steve Washington DC

    Awesome memories of watching Deuce (Tension) perform in the mid 80's at the bayou in DC and opening for Exciter and Megadeth at the Showboat outside of Baltimore. Tommy smashing beer cans on his head.

    Awesome memories of watching Deuce (Tension) perform in the mid 80's at the bayou in DC and opening for Exciter and Megadeth at the Showboat outside of Baltimore. Tommy smashing beer cans on his head.

  • zocher

    zocher

    Notary is not normal

    Notary is not normal

  • anonymous

    anonymous Silver Spring, MD

    I watched the Tension doc last night. It was a movie about people I didn't know, in a music genre that I didn't care about, but I found it to be very compelling piece to watch. I don't know how you were able to pull together such a coherent thread throughout, but it was a very interesting and well told story. You richly deserve all the accolades that you are receiving.

    I watched the Tension doc last night. It was a movie about people I didn't know, in a music genre that I didn't care about, but I found it to be very compelling piece to watch. I don't know how you were able to pull together such a coherent thread throughout, but it was a very interesting and well told story. You richly deserve all the accolades that you are receiving.

  • Constance Eve

    Constance Eve Albuquerque, NM

    This documentary is a must-see for any musician, music lover, or parent, for that matter. It's not only an insightful take on the ups and downs of trying to make it in the music industry, but also a sociological exploration into how and why we love music, and how we can foster the creativity in our children, and support them whole-heartedly in their musical endeavors. Also, Marty Friedman has the best hair ever.

    This documentary is a must-see for any musician, music lover, or parent, for that matter. It's not only an insightful take on the ups and downs of trying to make it in the music industry, but also a sociological exploration into how and why we love music, and how we can foster the creativity in our children, and support them whole-heartedly in their musical endeavors. Also, Marty Friedman has the best hair ever.

  • Jay Callison

    Jay Callison Albuquerque, NM

    Too Heavy Metal There are times, later in life perhaps, when we may hear a song, or smell an odor and be instantly transported - for several seconds, to a memory - so real that we get lost in it. A mosaic of remembrance can splash our brains with a burst of happiness. Today, at the Albuquerque Film Festival, I was kicked hard in the nuts by the pulse-driven working-class Documentary TENSION. I had the privilege of sitting next to the creator as the film aired, joking and cussing. Like we always did. So, for almost two hours this time I smelled the old smells, heard the old songs, and saw an old buddy. An old Buddy I am extremely proud of. (why didn't you sign that DVD?) Apart from my personal connection, this film is seamless in subject and presentation. Rudy took pictures of everything back then. With this film, he puts them in proper order- he makes the music speak. Excellent Job! Get ready D.C. - this is you're life too!

    Too Heavy Metal
    There are times, later in life perhaps, when we may hear a song, or smell an odor and be instantly transported - for several seconds, to a memory - so real that we get lost in it. A mosaic of remembrance can splash our brains with a burst of happiness.
    Today, at the Albuquerque Film Festival, I was kicked hard in the nuts by the pulse-driven working-class Documentary TENSION. I had the privilege of sitting next to the creator as the film aired, joking and cussing. Like we always did. So, for almost two hours this time I smelled the old smells, heard the old songs, and saw an old buddy. An old Buddy I am extremely proud of. (why didn't you sign that DVD?)
    Apart from my personal connection, this film is seamless in subject and presentation. Rudy took pictures of everything back then. With this film, he puts them in proper order- he makes the music speak.
    Excellent Job! Get ready D.C. - this is you're life too!

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