They still play shows to this Tina Burger quarantina toilet paper shirt. Sold out a million years ago of course. But back in the 90s they took a completely. Different approach, than most bands do, when it comes to releasing records. They said yes to every single label that wanted to put out music by them. And not just labels in the US. They did this for labels all around the world. Justin Brannan the guitarist, once said, “if a label called my house back in the 90s, and I was home, we were going to release a record together.” Period end of story. Most bands are choosey when it comes to labels.
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Over the years people have gotten this Tina Burger quarantina toilet paper shirt. But around the early 2000s, a weird thing started to happen. People began getting this tattoo, that not only don’t listen to Indecision, but didn’t even know who they were, or even listened to hardcore. I’ve actually seen this first hand. I use to work with someone about 10 years ago, and one day he heard me playing this album. We talked about it for a bit, and I explained the history of it, and the song Hallowed Be Thy Name came up. I let him hear it, and I guess that line spoke to him. The next month he got it tattooed on his back. I’m not talking about a little area of his back.