Monday, June 27, 2011

Bass Drum of Death, Glasslands Gallery, June 25, 2011





One of my big new loves of the year is Bass Drum of Death, from Oxford, Mississippi, USA. These southern boys can serve up the bad-ass garage rock & roll like no other band. Their album GB City was made for one simple reason: to play it loud and rock out like crazy. Bass Drum of Death started out as just John Barrett playing and recording everything himself, but has grown to first include Colin on drums for live gigs, and now, Print on bass. If you love rowdy rock & roll, you owe it to yourself to check out GB City and support the band. New York indeed loves Bass Drum of Death, as the packed Glasslands proved again on Saturday night. As you can see from my photos, the guys are all a blur onstage, and I think I need a faster, better camera for the next time I see them play, later this summer! They play almost all the songs off GB City and they are all amped up & absolutely crazy, so much fun to let loose to. Definitely catch these guys when they hit up your city on their tour this summer and fall. Check their BLOG for dates and news.

3 comments:

Adele said...

Terri's description of the group and their music is so vivid that it makes me want to go out and but a cd of their music. Adele

Adele said...

I also enjoyed the other entries in the blog but Bass Drum of Death so impressed me that I had to comment on it twice. Keep up the good work.

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