Entries from February 2010

WHAT INSPIRED RUSTMONSTER?

February 22, 2010

RUSTMONSTER was inspired by a single shot in an obscure Rutgar Houer film.

Acid Holiday Returns – A new musical project from members of Rustmonster

February 19, 2010

After a 25-year hiatus, Craig Nybo, of Rustmonster, has gotten together with Scott Brough, lifelong friend, to revisit their high school musical project, Acid Holiday.

A visit from a long lost friend

February 19, 2010

Funny how this digital world works. I have been working with an old friend of mine, Scott Brough, on a new heavy metal project: A second Acid Holiday album, after a 25-year hiatus. Throughout the whole process, we have never had a face-to-face meeting. I have recorded tracks and emailed them to him. He has [...]

A Request from a Fan

February 19, 2010

Rustmonster responds to a fan question.

Acid Holiday Then and Now

February 18, 2010

I swore I wasn’t going to do this, but I can’t help it. I am going to let you take a peek at the new Acid Holiday album. This project represents a reunion between me, Craig Nybo, and my cousin, Scott Brough (professional oil painter, http://www.scottbrough.com).
I have decided to post a little Acid Holiday then [...]

Mikey’s New Song

February 18, 2010

Last night at rehearsal, we slammed down a great minus track of Mike’s new song, The Ballad of Barnacle Back Billy. It’s sounding cool. He’s going for a raw, found percussion sound. I imagine all of the band picking up some interesting thing–a pot, a pan, a pipe–and banging on it.
That leaves Rick Nef’s–sax [...]

Looking forward to rehearsal tonight

February 17, 2010

I thought I’d start putting down some of my thoughts about music, about Rustmonster, and about life. One of the things I look forward to most is playing with the boys. We rehearse every Wednesday night at 9PM. Rehearsal is a mix of music, jokes, and general fraternizing. It couldn’t be a more pleasant atmosphere.
We [...]

The only thing cooler than pirates are zombies

February 17, 2010

This is a movie made by Rustmonster’s bass guitarist, Craig Nybo, and drummer, Larry Nybo. We dig it. We hope you will to. It’s called.

The Grave Digger

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The Story of a Boy and His Viking

February 8, 2010

This film, Little Warrior, is a Gangrene classic. It was written and directed by Craig Nybo, of Rustmonster, for The Gangrene Film Festival. It has been broken into 2 parts. Enjoy.
Little Warrior, Viking Movie Part 1

Little Warrior, Viking Movie Part 2

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