Thursday, May 28, 2009

Asteroid Head Art Club on Fecal Face!

Our good buddy Travis Millard gave us a shout (with pics!) out on his Lawrence, KS post! 
We are so stoked to be constantly working right now! 

This Summer is going to be THE SUMMER OF ASTEROIDS! 

Tonight we're reppin for our homie Emperor Moth at Wonder Fair! 

Show starts at 7:00 PM! 
Tape Cassette Release Show. Super Rad. 
Don't put the TERD in Asteroid! Be there! 

Mark your calenders for Summer Camp 
sponsored by Asteroid Head this 4th of July! 
Day long festivities with classic summer games, 
camping  and much much more! 
More deets soon!

Special Thanks to Travis Millard AKA TM2!

Check out the 
Fecal Face 

Check out Travis Millard's 

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

AHAC had a super top secret campfire council at the North Lawrence Tennis Club.

much was discussed including mention of an Asteroid Head Summer Camp tentatively scheduled for Independence Day!

Saturday, May 16, 2009

'09 Summer Gear is In!

Watch out there on the streets kiddies!
The A-head team is decked out in some killer new threads.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Asteroid Head is proclaimed ruler of the new World!

The effects of global climate change have mutated humanity into grotesque monsters! The last shuttles to the Mars' colonies have been launched!  You can not escape the horrifying transformations!


Monday, May 11, 2009

Asteroid Head Art Club Capsule FOUND!!!!

Hello Everyone! We are pleased as punch to announce the finding of 2 of our Flight Capsules released April 25th from the Roof of the Casbah! Here is the attached email we just received.

Good Morning Asteroid Heads!!
     I am excited to report we had not one but two of your flight capsules fly over our farm.   We just happened to be outside when we saw them in the sky and watched them fall to the ground in a nearby pasture.  We have found capsules 1 and 7. 
We live in Gower, MO, a small town 15 minutes Southeast of St. Joseph, MO.  The capsules landed here at 5:15 pm on Sat. April 25th. 
Please let me know what other information you might need.
Thanks for such an awesome, exciting and fun project.  My two sons, ages 7 and 4 and their friend (age 7) were apart of all the excitement that day.