||[Feb. 21st, 2005|02:27 pm]
I Break for Cookies
|||||I Love You Like a Masochist Loves Fucking a Bee Hive- CB||]|
Associated Press, February 20-something- Cookie Break is fucking stellar, thanks for asking.
Despite having lost one of its members to the Tsunami (RIP Abe) they
have been making a lot of progress, and are pleased with the feedback
from their European tour. Though, this isnt enough for some. Quote
Wylde, "They're Europeans. They're dumb. They'd listen to me banging to
bricks together. I'm not even sure they have posable thumbs."
Coinsidentially, Cookie Breaks latest song is, infact, Richard banging
too bricks together.
The band has been exploring a lot of new territory, making some new
acoustic noises and utilizing Russell for all hes worth. Their newest
material is not only great to listen to, but also provides extreme
entertaiment in trying to guess which Modest Mouse song they copied to
write it. The boys are in the process of cranking out another single, "Are You Going Blind?",
which they are currently selling to the producers of The OC, in hopes
of providing the soundtrack for when the teen soap-opera pops its
Daly could not be reached for comment because he was "not allowed to leave the corner until he quits his other band".
The living members of the band are also proud to be in the finishing stages of their first feature film Zombie House
(No, I'm not even joking). The final stages of editing are being
placed, and they hope to not only debut the film soon, but it could
indeed become a concert staple. Quote O'Rourke "Well, The Beatles had A Hard Days Night, The Stones had Sympathy for the Devil, Floyd had The Wall, now Cookie Break has Zombie House. It only makes sense." Most of the score is original Cookie Break material, including the 'banging jam'
"Theme From Zombie House".
So whats next for the worlds greatest music-makers? Nothing, they're
all dead. But Cookie Break is a different story. Working on their next
studio album, they hope to be done writing and start recording the
summer of 2005. They have also started work for debuting some new
material at the pretigious NHS Battle of the Bands. Principal Doctor
Beth Singer had this to say, "The Norfamthon Highthool Bathle of the
Banths is a gwate oppotunity for yun studenths. I haff faiff in Coofie
Faiff in Coofie Bwake, indeed.