March 31, 2006

Here we are in El Paso TX. We're really just getting warmed up playing shows, but it feels great to be back on tour, out on the road, seeing friends and making new ones. We're definately still learning the ins and outs of living in and maintaining the bus, so if we ever decide to stop playing music, I'm pretty sure we could all enjoy decent careers as bus mechanics.

The shows have been going well and we're psyched to finally be enjoying some warm weather. We've been playing some new material as well....I'd say about 10 minutes worth. Plus we've been getting compared to Neurosis more, which I personally think is cool. (I think it's because of Duncan's light show).

That's it for now.

"Ambient post-rocker’s Constants have gutted a 66 passenger school bus and converted it to run on vegetable oil. The group has installed beds, a full kitchen and living area in the bus and are currently touring across the country in an environmentally sustainable vehicle and spreading the word of its benefits.

March 17, 2006

We've spent the last week or so busting our asses getting ready to leave for tour; we bought a school bus and have converted it to run on vegetable oil. The process, along with other complications have forced us to cancel the first few dates of this tour. We apoligize that we aren't going to get to see all our friends in the southeast, but we promise that we'll be back around before you even have time to miss us.

On a brighter note, the bus looks great. It runs on veggie oil, has a couch, table, kitchen and beds, so we are seriously going to be touring for eternity. I'll be sure to post some pictures as soon as we're done working 15 hour days trying to finish work on it... We're also psyched to be bringing out Jon Hassell (of SENECA) as our touring guitar player.

And even better news, "The Murder of Tom Fitzgerril" was named album of the month by Read the full article here.