Ladies and Gentlemen, here at Band Name Of The Day we just ain't so good with the whole time thing. You may notice that sometimes we have a bunch of posts back to back, and then nothing for a week. Well, after the better part of a year, we've finally figured out that this thing has... Delayed Posting Options! Yes, this means we can now make a number of posts, and spread them out for your reading pleasure!
Take today, for instance: We haven't posted in a while, but we DID spend a lot of time with various friends, and new Band Names Of The Day/Week/Hour/Minute have been pouring in, which means we've got a whole damn LIST of the things for you! So we could blow the whole load at once like some sort of spurting hot band name bukake, or we could, y'know, spread it out.
So, keeping that in mind, check back in a few days for the next post! And so, without further ado, we have the Band Name Of The Day:
Tripe! This would be a great band name for any stripe of rock and roll band, or aggressive folk/trad band. Not only does it have a great meaning, but it's a nice, quick, hard-edge word, and most importantly, it hasn't been used yet! We couldn't find any band named Tripe on Wikipedia, AMG or MusicBrainz! Credit for this band name goes out to The Fiddler, who made a recently-rare appearance at a gig in Berkeley last weekend.
Then we have the Bonus Band Names Of The Day, courtesy of Mark, who suggests:
The Pignoramuses, and then continues to explain that they're to idiotic to know that the plural of pignoramus is pignorami. He's probably right. This can only be a bad, drug-addled punk band. He continued with:
Get Kraken!, but failed to include what they play. With a name like that, it's probably going to be either a bad pirate-themed band, or something clever and obscure, like a jazz band specializing in covering movie scores.
Finally, we'd like to give another shout out to Malaysia! It seems that Alfred, one of our Malaysian readers, was so taken with Malaysia scoring so high on the reader list that he not only followed the blog, but did so publicly, cementing his dedication to Band Names Of The Day for all to see. Thanks, Alfred!