--- yo, man. there's no way of telling what can happen in the future. there's no way i could post a new "band news" blog, because what is "news?" it's subjective. is it just what's new? we're not playing a whole lot of shows soon. that's kind of new. or is it something that may not necessarily have been unpredicted but is worthy of mentioning? i don't know. like i said it's subjective. the things that are most important are the things that you experience. if you experience suffering it may seem relevant to you to try and stop the suffering of other people out of empathy. in which case you may need to rely on the "news" to find out who's been suffering. but who controls the information??? in this case, referring to the max levine ensemble's "news," i do. but tough luck friends, you're not getting diddly squat. maybe next week.
--- If you haven't noticed, The Max Levine Ensemble has been making quite a splash in the internet media. First, our talent for formulaic punk and indecipherable halloween costumes was recognized in a Spin magazine online review of the Hallowmas cruise show. Then, in direct response to the Spin article, we were immediately SUED by Kaiju Big Battle who misinterpreted our costumes again as an unauthorized use of their live action cartoon wrestler Dino Kang's image. We are sorry!
---Furthermore, it seems like we are not the only ones who are good at making music videos for other people's bands! Jason Wareham from Tampa, FL, one-upped us with an animated video to the tune of the Max Levine Ensemble's 2001 hit single "Pizza Guy." FUCK! DAMN! Check it out, it's beautiful.