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Video: Tuesday Night of The Living Dead

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Amateur scientists have told us that if you go too long without eating, your brain will start feeding on itself. That's kind of how Miami is when it's not tourist season. For local musicians it can mean ritual cannibal death.

Miami thrives as a playground for the rich, famous, and tourists, which is why all this NFL bullshit is fucking awesome and will end up benefiting the local music scene. So if you're sitting home now, smoked out, lazy, bored, morose, go outside, take a guitar with you, and put it to work. There's way too much money flying through Dade right now for you to not be trying to get some of it.

Watch our music video on the subject for more info. It's our soundtrack to Night Of The Living Dead, a public domain movie.

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