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  1. jeromes_dream 1 point 2 points 3 points 1 month ago I may be mistaken but I believe his "permanent vacation" had already started by the time this picture was taken. If I recall correctly, Syd, Richard Wright and their girlfriends went to Formentera hoping he'd snap out of his apparent psychosis.
  2. they did it. like, it's mostly whatever, but nobody thinks you need $ 20, to record a jeromes dream album. also, the highest tier, where you can essentially buy a phone call with those dudes, it's a little ridiculous for a diy band.
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  4. Like many bands in the late 90's to early 00's screamo scene, Jeromes Dream was short lived, and they ended up disbanding in Which is why I was very surprised when in , the band announced that they would be recording a new album.
  5. History. Jeromes Dream began on September 13, after a short jam session between bassist Jeff Smith, guitarist Nick Antonopoulos, and drummer Erik Ratensperger that was held in the basement of Antonopoulos' mother's house. According to Erik Ratensperger, their first recorded material was intended to be used for a demo release; however, it caught the attention of Rice Control Records Genres: Screamo, powerviolence, grindcore, noise .
  6. Orchid - Totality by Orchid, released 13 August 1. New Ideas In Mathematics 2. Beautification Committee 3. Ding Dong Dead 4. Mono Vs. Stereo 5. Lucky 13 6. Intelligable Audio 7. She Has A Cold, Cold Heart 8. Eye Gouger 9. Panopticism Mean S.O.B. 36 Day Syndrome O.S.K. Stagnant Hit The Ground Consumed A Written Apology
  7. Jeromes Dream was born in as a result of personal uncertainty, instability, loss, and rage. Jeff Smith (bass, vocals) Nick Antonopoulos (guitar), and Erik Ratensperger (drums) created an aural violence in their dynamic and unpredictable songs.

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