The Band of Maniacal Brothers are proud to present three new websites: Nebulous Firefight, Complex Metropolis, and Reaper Charlie vs Quimby!
Nebulous Firefight is a chronicling of the many tales of Daniel Turner, from the least to the greatest, from the radically redundant to the ragingly ridiculous, from the bold and brash to the beautiful and brilliantly brutal.
Complex Metropolis is the dark region where Joe Weaver will showcase his works of fiction and fact, of fidelity and falsehood, and of penetrating perseverence in the face of all odds…
The Band of Maniacal Brothers had another successful LAN event this December, hosted by BMB_Stinger and Yaeger Dental Supply!
Venom came out on top, with LvlCapBlue coming second, Scream coming third, and with Quimby and Charlie tying for fourth. We had a number of new players at this LAN, and for the first time we had a few sponsors, and small mini-competitions featuring prizes like a new computer motherboard, a lighted tower case, or 12-15 inch neons for your rig. The l337ness was abundant, and aside from some BF2/JK2 patching issues, the event went off without a hitch for the most part. Thanks again to Yaeger Dental Supply for hosting the event, and to BMB_Stinger for putting the entire thing together!
BMB_Stinger is hosting a late-December LAN party in the San Francisco Bay Area, to fall on the dates of December 28th and 29th! The games being played will include Counter-Strike 1.6, StarCraft (w/Broodwar), Battlefield 2, Battlefield 2142, Warcraft III (w/The Frozen Throne), Unreal Tournament 2004, Half-Life Deathmatch, Jedi Outcast, and for Xbox360, Halo 2 and Gears of War! The LAN will last all night, and will most likely be the largest LAN ever hosted by the Band of Maniacal Brothers.
Charlie and Burnout were able to make it to JoshuaFest 2006 this year and it was a blast! We got to see the likes of Project 86, Thousand Foot Krutch, Pillar, Family Force 5, Hawk Nelson, Falling Up, Ever Stays Red, Metallica, Bob Marley, and even the Beatles! To visit the official JoshuaFest website go to www.joshuafest.com. We stayed in a campsite with a few people we had met at Spirit West Coast, and we met a bunch of new people as well! Music brings the coolest people together under the strangest of circumstances, and JoshuaFest proved this fact once again, in an even clearer way than is usually the case! (Did I mention that we all jumped off a bridge?)