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The Brickbats

The Brickbats

The Brickbats


NYC's Brickbats have built their sound on a solid foundation influenced by the early punk/gothic style. The music is held together by the straight-forward drumming of D.W. Friend, the distorted early rock'n'roll influenced bass work of Paul Morden, and the crooning vocal and biting guitar style of Corey Gorey. Despising all the pretensions of their mass-marketed contemporaries, The Brickbats thrift-store horror-rock is makeshift and fun, blood-soaked and sweaty. Read more on Last.fm
NYC's Brickbats have built their sound on a solid foundation influenced by the early punk/gothic style. The music is held together by the straight-forward drumming of D.W. Friend, the distorted early rock'n'roll influenced bass work of Paul Morden, and the crooning vocal and biting guitar style of Corey Gorey. Despising all the pretensions of their mass-marketed contemporaries, The Brickbats thrift-store horror-rock is makeshift and fun, blood-soaked and sweaty.

Their live shows are blasts of gooey Halloween party soundtrack from beyond the grave - drunken and dead-set on having a good time. So unwrap a jack-olantern shaped chocolate, put in some plastic fangs, and "let the good times rot." the Brickbats continue in the same B-movie horror/camp that was essential to bands like the Misfits, 45 Grave, TSOL, the Cramps, and the Damned. A witches brew of old school punk, psychobilly, swing, and 50's rock & roll all played with a humorously spooky vibe. Read more on Last.fm.

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