Saturday, May 30, 2009


Greetings [s1c] blog,

I just wanted to update all the klowns on something that I've been working on for a long time. As some of you may know, yahelloman is an avid sportsman. I recently graduated from with a degree in engineering, and I've been working on a prototype. Please keep in mind that it's still in the early stages of development, but I think it might be the [s1c]est club on the market soon!

Well anyways, I better get back out to the practice range to make it even [s1c]er.

Keep on swayin' until next time!


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


This is a tribute of sorts to the [sic]est MMA fighter out there right now. We ran across this klown while watching some WEC (World Extreme Cagefighting for those klowns not in the know). His name is Brian Stann. I didn't think much of it at first, but I noticed something extraordinarily wikked about him on his back. CHECK IT OUT! So here's to the official cagefighter of the s1c blog. Keep it [sic] Brian!



Tuesday, May 26, 2009


Oh MAN did these guys ever blow me away. Imagine with me, if you will, a group of men fusing the utter brutality of older Slipknot, the heartfelt rapped vocals and turntablism elements of Linkin Park (or Crazy Town, if you will), and the upbeat, fun-loving keyboard beats of En Vogue's older material. Ready? READY? No, you're not at all ready for the intense beatdown of ClubMurder's output. There isn't anyone [s1c]er right now, as far as I'm concerned - this is it. Eat your heart out, 1999.

I'd say don't ever stop hoppin', but how could you ever stop hoppin' if this is playing? That's what I thought.

- Mike

Friday, May 22, 2009

Juggalo encounters

Let me preface this by saying this might be the best conversation I have ever had at work. So good. I sat at the computer for nearly ten minutes before I could even begin to transcribe what just took place. I'm still in a state of disbelief, but here it goes.

(Klown walks in store, up to counter)

Me: "Hey man, what can I do for you?"

Klown: "Yeah, I need to sell these."

Me: "Okay, let me take a look at them."

(For reference, he had two ABK CDs and one Blaze Ya Dead Homie CD)

Me: "I could do $8.00 for them."

Klown: "Okay, that's cool. Do you think you could hold them aside for me? I'd like to come back and purchase them back next week."

Me: "Well, I can, but I can't promise they won't sell online. You'll have to pay what I price them at. "

Klown: "Okay."

(Klown leaves counter, but soon returns)

Klown: "You know what man, if some true Juggalo comes in here and wants them go ahead and sell them to 'em. If it's some fake ass Juggalo in a Hot Topic I.C.P. shirt though, give 'em the fuckin' finger and tell them to get the fuck out."

Me: "Uhh, okay I'll do that man."

(Klown leaves the store and sticks his head back in the door)

Klown: "You know what, man?"

Me: "What."

Klown: "Violent J is my fuckin' cousin, no fuckin' joke man."

Me: "Oh, right on."

(Klown comes all the way back in the store and approaches me behind the counter)

Klown: "You see this shit right here?"

(Shows me a pendant hanging from his neck)

Me: "Yeah man, that's pretty cool."

Klown: "Yeah, it's only for the true Juggalos. Well man, I'll see you later."

(Gets back in his tiny compact car from the mid 90's)

The pendant hanging around his neck? Well, that was for last year's Gathering of the Juggalos. It looked like it cost $300.00. And you know what? When he said he was Violent J's cousin, I believed him. I just wanted to take some time out of my day to stop hoppin' and let you all know that true klowns still exist.

back to hoppin' now,

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Where Are These Clowns?, Vol. 2: Coal Chamber

Coal Chamber was one of my favorite bands from the nu genre and one of the sikkest. I saw them at least a dozen times when they were around. I don't know why I liked them so much. They had horrible lyrics and I don't think any of them could play their instruments. For those of you who don't know who Coal Chamber is or simply forgot here's their biggest hit from their 1997 self titled album, LOCO!

They formed in 1992 when members Dez Fafara and Meegs Rascón started the band She's In Pain. Soon after Rayna Foss joined and they changed their name to Coal Chamber. In 1996 Mikey "Bug" Cox joined. After playing on the first ever Ozzfest tour and signing to Roadrunner Records they recorded their first self titled album. After several tours, lineup changes and two more full length studio albums the band called it quits when an altercation between Dez and Meegs happened on stage where Meeg's guitar met Dez's face.

In this post I'm to going let all you nu metal fans know exactly what happened to the late, great Coal Chamber.

Dez Fafara, unsatisfied with the music Coal Chamber was making started talking to some guys nobody knows during the Dark Days tour. After Coal Chamber split he formed DevilDriver. Their fourth full length album is due out this year and still nobody cares. Here's a video for the song Clouds Over California.

Meegs Rascón started a horrible rock band called Glass Piñata. You can uhh, check them out on their Myspace I guess here.

Mikey "Bug" Cox got together with Orgy's Jay Gordon and started the band Machine Gun Orchestra. They only have a 45 second clip up on their Myspace. Which can be found here. I wouldn't recommend anyone listening though.

Rayna Foss, who left after the second album married this guy...

Morgan Rose, drummer from the band Sevendust. When Rayna left Dez spoke out about it and didn't have anything nice to say. Which led to Morgan writing this song about him...

Rayna and Morgan have since been divorced.

Nadja Peulen, who took over for Rayna on tour while she was pregnant and eventually took the bass spot when she left started a t-shirt company called Cruel Tees.

She was also featured in the 2006 issue of Revolver's Hottest Chicks In Metal.

Well that's about it. In interviews Dez and Meegs have stated that Coal Chamber will never get back together. Although at a recent DevilDriver show Meegs joined Dez on stage to play Loco. So who knows???? I'll leave you with the Coal Chamber discography. Stay sic everyone!

Giving the Devil His Due

Dark Days

Chamber Music

Self Titled

Thursday, May 7, 2009

We've found the [s1c]est sport ever!

Hey guys, just a reminder - NOTHING is [s1c]er than MMA. The Affliction shirt is just about the [s1c]est thing you can wear, next to some Tripp pants or a Tripp hoodie (gotta get those chainz ALL OVER!). Next time you're at a Taproot or Nonpoint hopfest, make SURE to rep Affliction! Stay [s1c]!!!

Don't ever stop hoppin',


Wednesday, May 6, 2009

YA, IN HONOR OF DA PLAYOFFS...'z one of the [s1c]est basketball players out there right now: Chris Andersen. Just look at him pushmoshing out on that court - he really does hate his dad.

From his completely numetal tattoos to his completely numetal hair, Andersen is definitely the [s1c]est klown on the kourt. STAY [S1C] CHRIS!

However, something most people don't know is that when the Nuggz are offseason, Chris is hopping in everyone's favorite numetal rapklown supergroup, the Kottonmouth Kings. Just check out this [s1c]ness (he is third from the left):

what's [s1c]er than that? NOTHING, MY KLOWNS. NOTHING.

Sunday, May 3, 2009


Artist: Shuvel

Album : Set It Off (2001)

1. Set It Off*
2. Jump In
3. Hit List
4. Inside Out
5. Those Who Stand In Line
6. Freestyle
7. Move On
8. When I Think
9. Slackjaw Yokel
10. Herbs and Mixes
11. Slipped
12. Past Tense
13. Ballfat

* indicates [s1c] blog most hoppin' track


Friday, May 1, 2009


Here's another clas[sic] from my collection. This time it's PACIFIER by NOTHINGFACE.

This albums has it all. From the cutters anthem SELF PUNISHMENT to the ode to the sikkest haircut of the 90s the UNDERCUT