Cocaine Moustache: The Band’s Do’s and Don’ts Guide — Exclusive
Formed in 2009, Cocaine Moustache creates the kind of party-fueled jams that are worthy of their ballsy band name. The Vancouver, BC’s quintet’s motto says it all: “We don’t believe in heaven! We don’t believe in hell! We believe in drinking and we do it well!”
To help celebrate the new album, Cocaine Moustache has sent Noisecreep a set of do’s and don’ts that the band lives by. Think of it as a sort of survival guide for the rest of 2012.
Do’s and don’ts of 2012 as brought to you by Cocaine Moustache:
Do, share your beer with friends when they run dry!
Don’t leave you’re beer unattended while you pass out, we will find it!!!
Do “Stache” your “stuff” at your buddies place and reveal it at the opportune moment when the well appears to run dry!
Don’t forget where you hid it and watch out for those cocaine sniffing mice!!!
Do get into the metal gods conga line!
Do not touch the conga!!!
Do feed your girl copious amounts of alcohol!
Don’t get so fucked up with her you cant party harder with your buddies after she passes out!!!
Do take a puff off of that foot-long joint that comes your way!
Do not start talking while joint is in your hand, it’s not a microphone!!!
Do “investigate ” the pills you find in your buddies room while searching for the perfect soundtrack to the party!
Don’t bank on making it to work the next day!!!
Do trust your doctor to deliver the goods!
Don’t underestimate your doctors ability to stay up longer than you so he can sample the goods!!!
Don’t ever underestimate the value of making connections with other important “contacts”!
Do substantially compensate the ones who deliver the goods when you need them the most!!!… always seems to be around 3am.
Don’t Forget to make it to the liquor store before it goddamn closes!
Do remember to pay up for quality “roadside assistance”!!!…it comes in handy when the other shops close
Do buttered tarts!
Don’t butter tarts!!!
Do party to maintain happiness!
Don’t let it stop!!!
Cocaine Moustache’s ‘On the Mirror’ is available now via Reversed Records.