Cobbled together from pieces of lates and greats such as the Russians, Black Eyes and Neckties and, most notably, the instrumental juggernaut that was Cicadas, Dog Shredder is an amalgamation of disparate musical elements that taste great together. Imagine the aural experiments of Sonic Youth coupled with a Sabbath-style dB beat down. Imagine the ferocity of punk applied with the precision of prog. Imagine scalpel-sharp arrangements delivered cinder block heavy.
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Saturday, March 26, 2011
Our 2011 tour is in full free-ballin' mode. We played our 69th and 70th show in Seattle and Portland proper to great crowds and with great people. The Comet never fails to deliver for us. I ate two (2) Comet Dogs - a new record - under the advisement of Noah that I only eat 1. Pish. Just a break down: A Comet Dog is like a huge kielbasa one might buy at Costco on a bun and slathered in sour cream and caramelized onions with jalapenos, sauerkraut and sriracha and served by a dude like this:
And then there's Portland. Where the band gets wasted and does this in the middle of the night after I fall asleep:
And then we hugged Ben Kahn's butthole.
You can read a review of our show in PDX here.