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Whiskey drinking cow tippers / Press

“Aaron Pelley, of local hardcore/metal bands Boring Kind of Guy and Whiskey Drinking Cow Tippers, said his music is heavily influenced by hardcore but not confined to any one particular style. He believes bands that attempt to precisely replicate the early ’80s sound are imitative and unoriginal. “You’ve got your bands that are straight-up hardcore and you’ve got your bands that try too hard,” Pelley said. “They just want to be like Hatebreed. They want to be like their favorite hardcore band. I don’t want to play like anybody.” Pelley may not take the hardcore vibe as seriously as Serven does. The Whiskey Drinking Cow Tippers will release their debut CD with a show at the Dover Brick House on Saturday, Oct. 9. Mixed in with a number of originals are hardcore versions of New Kids on the Block’s “Step by Step” and The Temptations’ “Stand by Me.” Like many other modern hardcore bands, they’re more into partying than politicking.”