Friday, January 11, 2013

The Night Marchers release album and tour

Isolated by their exquisite taste, The Night Marchers exude a barbarous neglect of current trends. Detached from today's nite club society, they resemble a group of dapper, elderly Tarzans, or well groomed, unfrozen cavemen. Their actions seem just as confusing and alien to us, as we to them. This must be taken into account when listening to the band's unconventional wail, or, when observing them rub their long dicks on doorknobs. Allez Allez is frantic, protest rock n roll against being unfrozen, against being lured from the jungle by poontang on a string. They know they can never go back, so they relinquish to the insulation of manic shredding and good times.

The band's interests include eating, drinking, smoking and reading. Each band member approaches these pastimes with their own unique flair and expertise. The Night Marchers consists of 3/4 Hot Snakes, with John Reis (Rocket From The Crypt, Drive Like Jehu, Sultans), Gar Wood (Beehive And The Barracudas, Tanner), JSinclair (Delta 72, Mule, Bardo Pond), accompanied by Thomas Kitsos (previously of Montreal rock n roll destructionistsCPC Gangbangs). They sound remotely like the combination of the aforementioned nite club acts. This is their second record.

Artwork is by the legendary, secret master of punk, John Morton of the Electric Eels and X_X. Allez Allez was recorded live in the studio in San Diego in April, 2010. Sorry for the delay - they have listened to the record a buncha times and are convinced it is very, very good. It pisses on heads, and flings poo at faces, in the same tradition of the timeless, rock n roll greats. Since you are a wise and learned music writer, we're sure you'll agree.
Track Listing:

1. Tropical Depression
2. Loud, Dumb And Mean
3. All Hits
4. Thar She Blows
5. Pain
6. 2 Guitars Sing
7. (Wasting Away In) Javalinaville
8. Big In Germany
9. I Wear The Horns
10. Ned Lud
11. Roll On
12. Fisting The Fan Base

Live Shows:

2/21 - San Francisco - Café du Nord**
2/22 – Los Angeles - Satellite**
2/23 – Long Beach - Alex’s Bar**
2/24 – San Diego - Casbah**
2/28 - Philadelphia - Underground Arts
3/1 - Baltimore - Ottobar
3/2 - Brooklyn - Glasslands
3/3 - Boston - Great Scott

**All West Coast shows with The Intelligence and Mrs.Magician**

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