Filters Magazine
pop/sub/fringe culture
Issue 3: Local edition!
Thursday, 22-Jun-2017 11:34:35 PDT
what can you say about this band? a whole fucking lot. just the name brings all sorts of stuff to mind. this is one fucking rawking band. before the show, i'd never heard any of their music, but how can you not catch a show by a band with a name like that? the first thing they did was hang two rebel flags above the stage to let it be known that they were good old southern boys -- and girls! that's right, two of the foursome have the slocker look down!

if the 'stars and bars' don't say enough about them, their appearance sure does. a bunch of fucking gritty rockers that play fast and scream loud! this is pure rawk!

they belted out a mean set, but it wasn't the music that left an impression so much as the individual members of the band. both the ladies were wearing bras, and one even went so far as to pull out her tit and play with her nipple. that was before she decided to put down her bass and blow fifteen foot long flames out of her mouth. needless to say, the crowd went crazy! the lead singer was pure trash, with long hair balding on top probably due to the ever-present confederate hat he sports. at first glance it seems that the drummer is one of the more normal members, but look closer. he's a true rock drummer, taking every possible pause to spin his sticks or raise his arms into a cross before a downbeat.

the album was a rehash of the show, and it basically just reinforced the fact that they rock. if you're not already a big fan of 'pussy, you could probably skip the album. but that's not an option if they come near your town. this is a must-see-live band!

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