Ladies and Gentleman….I present to you the next SoCal, mall punk, stupor group; THE NIGHT MARCHERS! Apparitions of modern day street warriors that manifest in the neglected corners of subterranean, Rock ‘n Roll lore.
Take Speedo (ex Rocket from the Crypt barker/broom swinger, Hot Snakes riff architect, Drive Like Jehu octavarian), the black Irish of Gar Wood (ex Hot Snakes subsonic maestro, head of Strange Sounds recording studio), and reinforce these bad intentions with Thee Mount Olympus of all rhythm sections. J. Sinclair K. propels these files with the same vintage overload he brought on the drums while steering Hot Snakes, Delta 71, Bardo Pond and Mule, and at the ripe young age of 56, newcomer Thomas Kitsos lays a heavy pipe on the four string bass guitar. See You In Magic is THE NIGHT MARCHERS’ first record. The band entered the newly constructed City of Refuge studio in the fall of 2007 and emerged with these downloads. The studio’s black lava walls are located under the landing flight path of San Diego International Airport, so the sound of jet engines can be heard throughout the files. Recorded by Dave Gardner extra care and attention was spent getting the tastiest data possible. From the Byrds-cum-Wipers barrel of “Jump In The Fire” to the vibrating Bo Diddley meets Dez Cadena of “Closed For Inventory” or The Nervous Eaters meets Backstabbers’ beat sleeper known as “You’ve Got Nerve,” this record is a collage of Speedo’s favorite guitars, guitarists and guitar stories, all filtered through a tight quartet who lacerate with the calculated attack of a small, Japanese whaling operation.
THE NIGHT MARCHERS have plans to scour the nightclubs of the world for converts to their hybrid “Rock Or Roll” enlightenment.
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