please list us as the artist. Tickets only available online. Hope to see you there.
Sounds Like: The Cramps (Band), Southern Culture on the Skids, Grave Danger, Blood on the Saddle, No Doubt
The Terror Drug That Wakes the Dead!
Named after the 1956 cult movie classic, The Black Sleep started taking form in spring 2011. Sarah Deathriage and Mouse Kuhtier musical partners in crime wanted to try something different. After one drunken night they had an idea, “What if we played with a st...See Full Bio
“3/7/2012 Mick Mercer www.mickmercer.com The frustrating thing about the staggeringly good debut EP is just that. It’s an EP and you instantly want more, with its fascinating musical mixture and engagingly twisted vocals which gives you a modern version of classic early 80’s Cowpunk with a new, knowing allure. ‘Guns’ has a wonderful restless energy due to the sprawling guitar, but the space that the guitar also allows with subtle harmonic touches, and the stand-up bass glowing alongside pattering drums means the seemingly fragile but fundamentally feisty vocals spring out. Imagine a cross between Zombina & The Skeletones and Blood on The Saddle and you’re getting dangerously close. ‘Into The Grave’ also has that slyly scampering rhythm and sliding punky vocal urgency, through a melodic assault course with Sarah Deathriage rightly ruling the rapacious roost.....(full review in blog)”