Today’s Misery Of Sound sees a night of fiendishly live music from the graveyard ghoulettes Pink Hearse in their first local show since supporting Vice Squad and One Way System last year.
Joining them will be one the UK’s best horror punk acts in the UK at the moment – and with a double bass – Nottingham’s Army Of Walking Corpses.
Making their debut live appearance for MOS and in Blackpool, Thirteen Shots bring their brand of horror punk ’n’ roll to town.
Since Pink Hearse formed in late 2005 they have built up a solid live reputation with high energy stage performances. They have created and moulded their own sound which draws inspiration from the old school punk sounds of Siouxie and the Banshees and X-Ray Spex as well as more modern outfits such as The Horrorpops and The Distillers.
The band have played gigs across the UK supporting high profile and varied bands but this will be the first gig for some time for the gruesome foursome after a career hiatus put them out of action.
Tonight’s main support have visited Blackpool twice before since forming in the summer of 2009.
A well-received three track demo was recorded later the same year and this, coupled with the AOWC’s ghoulish live show soon established them a firm fan base.
Making their Blackpool and MOS debut are Thirteen Shots. A band that that brings back the roots of 1960’s rock n’ roll combined with garage blues and horror punk, Thirteen Shots have just released their debut album Vaudeville.
DJGrimly Fiendish will be on hand providing the music behind the decks. Doors open at 8pm age limits is 18+ Roar and the gig will be at the Music Hall Tavern on Church Street. Admission is £2.