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"Bayou City Bonanza"
Cassette Tape performs from 3:00-3:45
Queens of the Stone Age, Thin Lizzy
none, Wrong Side of Texas Records
We Were Wolves is a rock band from Beaumont Texas that formed in Early 2008. We Were Wolves wants to play their music LOUD for everyone.
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““Lost at Sea,” an emotional opus that is the closest Beaumont may ever come to having its own anthem.”
“We Were Wolves shows are quite the spectacle to witness....Their music comes fast and frenetic, a relentless barrage of drunken hard rock energy that leaves the audience drenched in their own sweat by night’s end.”
“Because after you see We Were Wolves live, you’ll want everyone to know you witnessed rock’s return out of nowhere, literally.”
“...it’s such a tight album, you don’t care about the occasional neck pain, or the speeding ticket you’ll get from getting down while behind the wheel.”
“...they’re just a heavy, snarling, stoner-y rawk band, one that wouldn’t sound out of place playing alongside Red Fang or Federation X, either one. They’re loud, and they sound like they’d happily kick back on your couch and empty the beer out of your fridge, but at the same time, they’ve got a nice, sneaky sense of melody and an undeniable energy.”
“This record and Wolves records past have always born the uncanny ability to make listeners feel included rather than mere patrons.”
“We Wolves Wolves are a LOUD rock band from the 70s...er, Beaumont, Texas. They would fit seamlessly on the silver FFF stage next to Danzig.”
"The album is simply good. The sequencing is good. The songs are good. The sonic quality is good. No more drawn out simile nor metaphor. "
"Their live shows have always been incredible displays of powerful rock ’n’ roll that fill the room with a rich, pulsing energy, but now they’ve got a recording that really shows their evolution as not just a loud underground Texas rock band but, four talented career musicians"
“The Wolves play LOUD, FAST, and FUN, and, for the first time in their recorded history, an album has done them justice. Need more? Five masterfully sequenced songs clocking in at just under 15 minutes, the Lost at Sea EP shows the Wolves conquering the one mediocrity that has ailed them in the past.”
“Their live shows have always been incredible displays of powerful rock ’n’ roll that fill the room with a rich, pulsing energy, but now they’ve got a recording that really shows their evolution as not just a loud underground Texas rock band but, four talented career musicians who rarely get through a day without rehearsing.”
“Over the past three years, We Were Wolves has solidified their reputation as one of the, if not the, premier live bands in the Golden Triangle.”
“They were, hands down, the best/coolest band I've seen since moving back to town in 1999. Damn these dudes rocked the Stafford like it hadn't been rock since the old days when Fugazi and The Jesus Lizard used to play there.”
“Beaumont’s We Were Wolves is one of my favorite bands that plays regularly around here. They rock out without irony but have a coolness that is hard to explain. It’s that Josh Homme coolness with Queens of the Stone Age that even when those dudes are balls-out they still maintain a cool. So does We Were Wolves.”
“We Were Wolves was up next. This will sound biased, but it’s my review; We Were Wolves is probably my favorite local band right now. All four guys are incredibly talented and look like they genuinely love being out there performing. They are without a doubt a huge crowd pleaser and this crowd was no different. Nearly everyone out there was moving to the band and rocking out. Watching the crowd react to the Wolves is almost as fun as seeing the band. Showcasing a few new songs, the Wolves left me craving for the new album.”
“We Were Wolves play music made for the bar. If that bar is situated on the corner of Dante Avenue and Lucifer Drive in Hell's meatpacking district. The music is loud, vulgar, and yet, somehow, done with an artful tact.”
“We Were Wolves rock out hard…but somehow still manage to stay cool while doing it. Much in the same way Josh Homme does with all of his projects. We Were Wolves however does not have the Cream obsession and are probably a little more true to the desert vibe than QOTSA is at this point. Arid punk rock.”
“The band has a unique resonance with a garage style
sound mixing grunge and punk rock....I will be one of the first people to buy "Yeah, Mammoth," and look forward to more albums from the group in the future”
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