Entries from June 2010

Think Like a Leader – Directed by Rustmonster drummer

June 30, 2010

This short, comedy film, Think Like a Leader, was written and directed by Rustmonster’s drummer, Larry Nybo. It is a how-to movie that teaches what goes on in billionaires’ minds and how you can tap that inner power. It debuted at the Gangrene Film Festival.

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RUSTMONSTER plays Christus St. Joseph Villa

June 25, 2010

Christus St. Joseph Villa has decided to throw a big pirate bash in the Salt Lake City, Sugarhouse area. We are thrilled that they have invited RUSTMONSTER to play. We are slated to hit the stage between 4:40 and 6:30 for a whopping 20-song set. We are looking forward to this one. We always like [...]

Back to the gigging schedule

June 25, 2010

We have several gigs upon us. This changes our rehearsals drastically. Unfortunately, when we gig, we have to spend our time freshening up our book of songs. This means that our efforts to finish our recordings is placed on hold. Unfortunately, our new album, The Treachery of Dante’s Forgiveness, will have to wait.
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RUSTMONSTER to play Utah State Fair

June 25, 2010

We are looking forward to playing the Utah State Fair again this year. We will be playing on Monday, September 13th at 7:30 PM.
The State Fair is a blast. This is a perfect opportunity to bring the kids to the carnival, to see the animals, to walk through the petting zoo, and to watch RUSTMONSTER, [...]

Practical Encounter Avoidance – From the Guys Behind Rustmonster

June 22, 2010

This movie, Practical Encounter Avoidance, was made by members of the Rustmonster band. It is a comedy instructional video that teaches how to avoid people.

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Wow, what a gig

June 18, 2010

We played the Young Living convention at the Salt Palace last Tuesday for about 5,000 people. It was a lot of fun. We got them out of their seats, stomping and clapping.
We played the show under the moniker, the Chic Sheiks and Superman. We were dressed like rajas, except for our drummer: he wore a [...]