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mikemess:
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The Children of the Night
Fri, Dec. 31st, 2004 12:35 pm

We are playing tonight at Sanctuary with Girls in a Coma, Desdemona and Scary Manilow. Cover is $7 for adults and $10 for 18-20. Doors open at 8:00pm and music starts at 9:00pm.

Lineup is:

Scary Manilow - 9pm
Hearts Fail - 10pm
Desdemona - 11pm
Girls in a Coma - 12am (with a free champagne toast to bring in the New Year)

This should be a really fun show. So, I hope to see you all out there. Also, this is the last Deadwire Friday in the main room, so enjoy it during it's swan song.

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jesseh1334:
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The Children of the Night
Fri, Dec. 17th, 2004 06:58 pm

Wow, this community is still around :)
you know your getting spammed from dj OVERBYTE :D
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For those that may be wondering who/what is SYRIAN ???
Turn up your speakers and click the link below :)
http://www.spacetalk.net/cgate.html
Syrian is an energetic dance band from Italy that combines melodic synthpop with intense electronic programing and thumping futurepop beats. They prefer sci-fi, futuristic lyrical themes and have an awesome light show for their live performance.

Syrian Will be Live on New Years Day @ club Atomix (former sin13 building)
This night will also include a live performance from Houston TX electronic act Provision
6 DJ's are scheduled for the evening playing the best Electronic music you have never heard!
Cover for this night is only $4 for 21 and up!
$7 for minors (18+)
Doors open at 8pm

Hope some of you can make it out to this event :)
thank you for your time!

dj OVERBYTE

EBM :: SYNTHPOP :: TRANCE
01/01/05 @ club Atomix (former sin13 building)
1902 McCullough Avenue

syrian website -> http://www.spacetalk.net
provision website -> http://provision-musik.net

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mikemess:
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The Children of the Night
Thu, Sep. 30th, 2004 02:51 pm

Tonight (September 30, 2004) there is a show at Sanctuary (1818 Main St, next to Hogwild Records). We (Hearts Fail) are opening the show. I would like it very much if you would grace us with your attendance. Doors @ 8:00pm, show @ 9:00pm. $8

The Lineup:

9:00pm - 9:30pm: Hearts Fail
9:45pm - 10:15pm: Animals of the Bible
10:30pm - 11:00pm: Chinese Stars
11:15pm - 11:45pm: Kill Me Tomorrow>/b>
12:00am - ?????: Moving Units

This will be a fun show full of neo-new wave goodness. If you're a fan of: Interpol, The Rapture, The Faint, Hot Hot Heat and the like you'll love the show (and dance your ass off). DJ's Bart & Celeste to spin your favorite booty shakin' tunes in the dance room.

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highcastle:
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The Children of the Night
Fri, May. 28th, 2004 05:45 pm

Contrary to popular belief and current rumor, Communion is most certainly not closed.

As is my understanding of the situation, the only change is Mark is no longer with Communion.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to call us at 732-0313.


Communion sincerely thanks all our friends for their understanding.

Jes

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highcastle:
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The Children of the Night
Tue, Apr. 27th, 2004 10:29 pm

Pics from Sunday's show at Communion

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more to come..

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highcastle:
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The Children of the Night
Tue, Apr. 27th, 2004 10:17 pm

The Gentorturers played this Sunday at Communion.


Pics under the cutCollapse )

Current Mood: busy

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mikemess:
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The Children of the Night
Fri, Apr. 23rd, 2004 07:02 pm

Hearts Fail
Girls in a Coma
Marked
the Sweethearts
Chant

Come check out this multi-genre show. Doors at 9:00pm; $4 for adults $6 for minors

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mikemess:
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The Children of the Night
Fri, Mar. 19th, 2004 01:33 pm

Hello All,

This is a public service announcement that Hearts Fail will be performing tonight at Communion/The Revolution. We will be taking the stage around 11:45pm, so make sure you're out there and be ready to be awed.

We are fresh back from our show out in El Paso and thrilled to no ends to be playing back in San Antonio. Also, for those of you that haven't been to Communion in a while, their back room has been expanded and is now considerably bigger than before. Go to http://www.deadwire.net for more information on the venue.

Cover is $2 for adults and $4 for minors before 10:00pm and $4/$6 after.

Also on tonight's bill:

The Lyndsay Diaries
Laslow
Dr. Pratorius
The Crystal Myth

Many different genres will be represented in tonights show, so come out and enjoy the show.

Hearts Fail's music can be listed to on our website if you have the Real Player plug-in. http://www.heartsfail.com We'll have these songs available on cd and t-shirts as well.

Current Mood: awake
Current Music: Xymox - "Mark the Days"

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mikemess:
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The Children of the Night
Thu, Mar. 4th, 2004 06:22 pm

Hello all you lovely human beings. This is just a little notice that Hearts Fail (my band) will be performing live at Bond's 007 on Friday evening at 10:00pm. There is no cover for the show, so if price has been a deterrent to your attendance you have no excuse now. We still have a few of our demo cds available for purchase ($4). So, come on out and show us some love!!!

Now, for those of you with short attention spans...

HEARTS FAIL SHOW TOMORROW (10:00PM) AT BOND'S 007, NO COVER!!!

Bond's 007
450 Soledad
San Antonio, TX 78205

http://www.heartsfail.com
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hearts_fail

Current Mood: awake
Current Music: Radiohead - "Optimistic"

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highcastle:
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The Children of the Night
Wed, Feb. 18th, 2004 03:50 pm

The following is a letter which I wrote and sent to the President and First Lady today, February 18, 2004. I have grown weary of being outraged and decided to start doing something about the injustices that I see on a daily basis.


February 18, 2004

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bush
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500



Mr. and Mrs. Bush:

I am troubled by what I have seen in recent months. Primarily, your vocal stance against the union of two people who are in love. This stance appears to be based on your personal and religious views on the matter. I wanted to discuss my own views on the matter and what I was raised to believe.

As a first generation American, I was raised in a home that was, for lack of a better word, devoutly patriotic. In school, I was taught key ideals that I adhere to to this very day: that this nation was founded on the principle that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights,” that among those rights are the right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

Where are our liberties now, Mr. and Mrs. Bush?

Mrs. Bush, according to the Associated Press, you claimed that gay marriage is “shocking.” Mr. Bush believes that gay marriages are being allowed by ‘activist judges.’ Well, Sir, even if this is the case, the judges have acted on the will of the people.

You cannot segregate or separate a portion of the population, nor forbid them to love, nor forbid them to make love, or procreate in the ways that are possible for them to do so, nor forbid them to spend the rest of their lives with the person that they choose, be they man or woman, black or white. That is not YOUR right.

I was also taught in school that there was a separation between church and state in this country, only to see that rapidly deteriorate over the course of the last 12 years. You base your beliefs, and your threats to create a constitutional amendment indicating that marriage is a covenant between a man and woman only, on your belief that some higher power believes such.

The last time I checked, Sir, you were the President of the United States, not a God. The last time I checked, we based our laws on what was right, not what was moral. No human being, no society, no government has the right to prevent two people from being given their rights. Even if you take them away, that does not mean they do not exist. You have merely acted against the will of the people, the will of the Universe, the will of the Creator.

If it is true that marriage should be a covenant between a man and woman, then it should be left to God to decide, not men.

Mr. Bush, you have done many things that I have disagreed with. You have forgotten that many of the Heroes of 9-11 were, in fact, homosexuals. You have killed, indirectly, over 300 people during your reign as Governor of Texas.

You have been responsible, indirectly, for the death of over 10,000 men and women in Iraq. You have mongered and pillaged nations; you have taken away our rights to privacy in exchange for a false sense of security. You have preyed upon the fears and weakness of an entire nation and allowed them to forget the foundation upon which this nation was built.

Now, when millions of your constituents have spoken and said “no more!” and said they choose to no longer be discriminated against, that they want their love to be recognized as any other person is allowed to, you create a firestorm.

A wise man once said, “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” Mr. Bush, you are the divisive force in both the nation and the world. Mrs. Bush, you are meant to be the voice of reason, but you have stood by your husband when he is wrong, and that, Madam, is treason. It is a treason against mankind.

I never voted for you, Mr. Bush, and I never will. I rejoice only in the belief that you will not be reelected, and the truth shall indeed, set us all free.

Sincerely,
Jesse J. Muniz

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