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Bendigo gets treated to a night of total mayhem with a line up of some of the most dirty ass, sweat drenched rock 'n' roll to hit town in eons. Melbourne bands Destroy She Said, Riot In Toytown and The Caning join local favourites Rabid Zulu and Path Of Destruction. Look out indie-jangle popsters… the Rock renaissance has arrived.
A night of pure rock 'n' roll madness at The Overlander Hotel, 97 Benalla Rd, Shepparton.
Shaynes 50Th Birthday Presents... Destroy She Said, The Balls and The Trembling at The Sound Bar
Sounds Like: AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Rose Tattoo
Manager: Shayne McGowan, e: email@example.com m: +61421963774, Ozzmak Music Marketing
Destroy She Said get Down to Dirty.
Destroy She Said have released their first full-length album – Down to Dirty.
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, the five piece rock band have followed up their two EP releases in 2011 with what The Hard Rock Show* says is:
“…one of the loudest, most balls out ...See Full Bio
“DESTROY SHE SAID’s debut album Down To Dirty erupts from your speakers with molten riffs, supercharged attitude and a quintessential Australiana that is – like the best of us – as in-your-face confronting as it is endearing... What puts Down To Dirty ahead of the pack is the sheer originality of the band. Yeah there’s an Aussie pub rock sound going on at its core – but what you can hear is all DESTROY SHE SAID: a unique blend of different influences and tastes, a unique sound made by five guys melding into something greater than the sum of their parts. Destroy She Said fucken rock, man. Fire up your own turbocharged, fuel injected Interceptor and go pick your copy of Down To Dirty up right now.”