Singer Casey Virock had a voice that truly stood out due to it’s perfection and the way it felt soft but still had an edge to it. It didn’t matter if he was singing into the normal microphone or the one that distorted his voice to sound a bit like a megaphone, it was a voice of beauty and a huge selling point for this band. Don’t be fooled though, even though Casey’s voice had me sold, watching Greg Norton on bass and Ian Prince on drums was just the icing on the cake. All three members of this band had a personality that shined above the music and that made the set feel intimate and special.
We were bummed to see Davey Reinders step down from his bass duties with Porcupine this year -- definitely tough to consider replacing him with anyone. But after a little break, we are back at the rehearsal space with a new lineup featuring Greg Norton of Husker Du (band)
We have started work on a new Porcupine record. Release date looking to be November of 2016.
Porcupine made #23 with "I'm Next To You"