Sunday, November 29, 2015

Brant Bjork and the Low Desert Punk Band | Cat Rose photos

Brant Bjork (All Cat Rose photos)

The stoner-groove was with 'em and Brant Bjork and the Low Desert Punk Band doled out the tight-as-fuck rock Nov. 21 at Neumos in Seattle alongside headliner Corrosion of Conformity, Saviours and Mothership.

Whatta tour package ... all solid stuff.

Cat Rose photos:

A job well done.

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Mothership | Cat Rose photos

Gettin' on board the Mothership. (All Cat Rose photos)

Yes, the Mothership fucking landed in Seattle Nov. 21.

The Dallas trio completed its heavy duty rock mission by flooring the Neumos crowd whilst opening for Corrosion of Conformity, Saviours and Brant Bjork and the Low Desert Punk Band, who will be spotlighted in tomorrow's post.

Here's some Cat Rose photos:

Friday, November 27, 2015

Saviours | Cat Rose photos

Saviours. (All Cat Rose photos)

Saviours rolled into Neumos in Seattle on Nov. 21 as part of a smashing tour headlined by Corrosion of Conformity and also featuring Mothership and Brant Bjork and the Low Desert Punk Band.

We spotlighted Cat Rose's COC photos in an earlier entry and today is Saviours' turn. The others will follow over the weekend.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Corrosion of Conformity hammers it out at Seattle gig

Corrosion of Conformity in Seattle. (All Cat Rose photos)

Corrosion of Conformity lit things up at Neumos in Seattle last night with heavy riffage and soaring, growling vocals via Pepper Keenan and the original trio of Woody Weatherman, Reed Mullin and Mike Dean.

It was rock deliverance of the highest order --- and fans dug every fistful of it.

Here's some Cat Rose photos:

Saturday, November 14, 2015

L7, Dag Nasty and OFF! -- you can't beat that at Fun Fun Fun Fest | Day 3

OFF!, top, and L7 below (All TSHIT photos)

The There's Something Hard in There staff took a well-deserved vacation to check out Austin's first-rate Fun Fun Fun Fest on Nov. 6-8 at Auditorium Shores.

We set up shop mainly on the Black Stage, the heaviest and rowdiest spot around, and also ventured out to some post-fest gigs at the Mohawk, Sidewinder, Elysium and 611 East 7th (the former Red 7).

Here's some images from Day 3, taken with a point-and-shoot since we couldn't bring our SLR along for the ride.

Favorites L7 and Dag Nasty were a long time coming for us and a pummeling from OFF! is always a good thing. Cat was especially stoked on L7, a band she witnessed live many times in the early to mid-'90s. They opened with "Deathwish" and knocked off the 12-song set with "Fast and Frightening" -- ruling!

Dag Nasty killed it, as well. Photos were hard to come by while Andy was thrashed in the pit and sang along, so these will have to do, including a posterized one. Fortunately, John White has come through in the clutch with some additional shots. Thanks!

So, with Dag you had Shawn Brown running the show on vocals along with Brian Baker on guitar, Colin Sears on drums and Roger Marbury on bass. See setlist below... we were also treated to Minor Threat and Swiz tunes. Bliss.



John White photos, top and bottom.