Wednesday, February 14, 2007

The Sound of DoHM

Posted By on Wed, Feb 14, 2007 at 5:05 PM

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. Band: DoHM Hometown: Bay Village/Lakewood Sounds like: "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." Fun fact: "Everyone in the band is a sick guitar player!" Playing: "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.



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