Twas’ a southern sludge tour special with Holly Hunt and Hollow Leg both making the trek up from deep down in gator country as they recently passed through Philly’s Kung Fu Necktie venue. Holly Hunt started the night off with a barrage of brain-crunching riffs that made you weak in the knees. Simply put- They kicked ass, as they continue to support full-length, Year One and new 12″ E.P. Prometheus both recorded by Torche‘s Jonathan Nuñez. The Obelisk commented on Prometheus saying, “Drummer Beatriz Monteavaro (Floor, Cavity) and guitarist Gavin Perry have demonstrated themselves as a loud and lumbering giant of the Miami music scene. The visceral impact of sound – the raising heart rate, neck chills, the warmth spreading throughout your torso – this is Holly Hunt’s raison d’être.”
Hollow Leg followed-up with a doomy, but often accessible rock-influenced set supporting brand new single, God-Eater which the band described saying the track, “works as a prelude to album number three.” Locals boys in Clamfight headlined the show and wasted no time tearing through ear drums as they took the stage by storm. A string of steady releases, regional dates, and subsequent touring, have seen Clamfight grow into a sludge powerhouse. Be sure to follow the links provided for more information.
Without further ado, enjoy an exclusive batch of new photos via BTS’s Senior Photographer, Dante Torrieri (Useless Rebel Imaging)