Playing with a band like the SUB/HUM/ANS has always been a dream of mine. I remember listening to Day The Country Died when I was 15 years old and being so into it that when my roommate at the time pulled out a sewing needle and a bottle of India Ink and asked me if I wanted a tattoo, I immediately asked for the anarchy symbol that is still on my right arm to this day. To play with them was amazing. To hang out with them after the show was even cooler. You'd think that serious political guys like that might be hard to talk to, but they were all super nice and told stories about the old days in England and were just awesome. This show was very, very cool.
- Fox Tard