Everyone at Roadrunner would like to thank all our friends and family across the planet who have been contacting or trying to contact us since 9am Tuesday morning. We're fortunate enough to say we have all made it through the recent events physically unscathed, though we fear, as everyone, that at the end of the day we've lost friends and family. From the vantage point of our office windows here in the city we could see way too much with our own eyes. Take time to remember what and who you love, why you get up in the morning, and embrace it. And now, more words from our bands regarding the recent events: Dez, Mike, Meegs and Rayna, Coal Chamber It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the souls of those who were lost this week. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families, friends and everyone who's lives were touched by this heinous act. Together, as Americans and citizens of the world, we will overcome this tragedy and prevail, but will never forget those who paid the highest price for freedom. Mike Sarkisyan, guitar, Spineshank This fuckin sucks. We wanna send our condolences to all the families that lost their loved ones. Spineshank was somewhere between Dublin and London when we heard about this. As of now we have been sitting at the London airport for 3 days due to the airlines not functioning. Stay strong and positive, our prayers are with you. Roger Vasquez, percussion, Ill Nino It's a sad day in my hood NYC. We lost a lot of brothers and sisters on Tuesday, this was a terrible thing that happened. But, we will overcome and come back stronger than motha-fuckin-ever. Thank you for all the e-mail from all tha ill ninos and ninas...it's good to know we have friends out there. PEACE Static, bass, Anyone The responsible people will be held responsible...and should to the utmost...their lives and anyone abiding them... This is really about the innocent caught in the crossfire of disagreeing parties in power...the will to power is the ultimate evil...maybe 100 people in a room over here disagreeing with 20 people in a room over there...and innocent paying the price...it is insane...the whole world's insane!! The real power...the power to save the human race lies in the humility that Love offers...the tranquil space that allows us to realize we are all in it together...The ability to share and rejoice in life...I'm not afraid of anything in this world... Brandon, vocals, Dislocated Styles On Behalf of Dislocated Styles we would like to send our hearts and tears to the families, victims and everybody affected by this horrendous attack. We are at a lose of words from this unspeakable terror. Sept 11th 2001, will forever be embedded in our minds from beginning to end. Awoken at 8:30 A.M. Mountain Standard time to these horrible actions we watched in disbelief. Dislocated Styles had just returned from our UK European tour 3 days prior into Somerset Airport in Pittsburgh. With some of our family and friends working for Airliners and the WTC Buildings we pray for them in the wake of these past days. These events will not weaken our faith in humanity but strengthen our community. Daniel Struble, vocals, Five Pointe O On Sept 11th I was awaken by a pounding on my bedroom door, in the studio that we are recording at, right outside of el paso ,TX. I opened the door and Casey had a look of shock on his face and pointed at the TV. what I saw too much for my mind to adjust too. It looked like a high budget Hollywood movie. I couldn't believe that, that was really New York on fire. The first thing that went through my mind was the people that were inside, or if there even was. I couldn't believe that someone was actually hollow hearted enough to take the lives of so many without remorse...this terror is an everyday thing in other places, but it has never hit this close to home. I think this is a wake up call for many. Americans are clearly sticking together, and binding together to help those who were victimized by this attack. I think that is a huge kick in the face to the ones who arranged this horrible attack. They expected us to crumble but we didn't. Our hearts go out to the victims and their families. I think if things weren't before, they are definitely put in perspective now. On September 11th 2001, the sun was shining and the birds we're chirping, but for us and the rest of America, it was a black day. All the best to you over the weekend...