Money Where Your Mouth Is:
Wherein Scene music writers shut up about the sociological and rhetorical implications of The New Wave of Thrash Folk, and let a band talk for itself.
"A more energetic Tool, with the dark pop sound of the Deftones, the tight rhythms and funk/metal twist of 311, the soaring guitar harmonies of In Flames, and a singer reminiscent of Chris Cornell or Eddie Vedder ,with slices of Maynard and Cedric from Mars Volta strewn about."
"Everyone in the band is a sick guitar player!"
"CD Release Party at House Of Blues
(308 Euclid Ave.) Saturday, Feb. 17 with our good friends and local giants King and Irreality."
Why You Should See Them:
"Because you won't believe that the energy and precision of the album can be replicated and enhanced live until you see it!" — songwriter/drummer Brian Pritchard
Read a review of DoHM's new LP
in this week's Scene.