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One Question Interviews: Some Will Never Know

Pim (Some Will Never Know, Said And Done)

SPB: What was the first live show you attended?

Pim: First live show in general? Might be a local (nu-metallish) band at my school. Once a year there were these sporting events combined with people from the school being creative on stage. I played there with my bands as well. If anything, it saved me from doing shitty games / “sports” outside. And I loved making noise in front of those people (who probably didn't want to be there). Or are we talking first hardcore show? No Turning Back in the Batcave at the 013 in Tilburg. They used to play beatdown / metalcore back then and were far from the world domination they've got going on at the moment. I loved them though. That show was an eye-opener. The energy, the fact there were no barriers and the DIY aspect of it all. It drew me in. Hook, line and sinker. It became a part of my life.


Words by Loren on Dec. 11, 2013, 5:23 p.m.

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