This one we did with our guns showing and our sleeves pushed-up. All business and all pleasure. Like a couple of worn-out sheriffs looking to start something. After a very important message to our fans we riot with outlaw country, proto affairs, metal-punk, a whole death metal chapter and who knows what else. Almost as if we went on a circle laying waste, door to door, track to track. To hell and back again: a tale of song by SATAN MADE ME DO IT.
This show right here we’ll teach you to spit fire and that’s a mighty good ice breaker (ha!).
We had it all: Texan Blues, Satanic Hymns, THRASH and even a world exclusive. Satan sure doesn’t fuck around. Unless he feels like it of course. It’s a free country.
One half of SATAN MADE ME DO IT has his own project. It’s called HOOFMARK and it’s deeply rooted on the lo-fi, simple and yet exaggerated aesthetics of 84-87 hardcore infused underground metal, as well as on the often poignant narratives of traditional country music (yes!).
And guess what: this show saw SATAN MADE ME DO IT play HOOFMARK for the very first time EVER. It was very emotional.