Eve Hell and the Razors have been described as a living sound track to a Quentin Tarantino movie or the house band for a tavern in a spaghetti western from hell. They are an all too fitting sonic representation of their home town Calgary, Alberta, Canada, a modern rodeo town with "all hell for a basement," so they say.
Tough and seductive, Eve Hell and the Razors bring the house down with their brand of '60s surf , dance hall country and rockabilly with a cutting edge. A sound cultivated by finding the place where Johnny Cash, The Cramps, Wanda Jackson, and Eddie Cochran intersect.
Conceived on a hellacious road trip back from playing the world largest Rockabilly Festival, Viva Las Vegas, their latest CD "When The Lights Go Out" was released in 2010 and marked the band's most significant effort to get their unique sound finally on "tape". From 2-step country to revved up rockers their original songs will keep you dancing all night long. Mixed with covers not exclusive to any genre, the listener is invited into the band's twisted world. Where hot rods and zombies rub shoulders with red hot lovers and gunfighters.