Last night I finally got to see Bible of the Devil (they haven't played Austin in about three years) along with Broken Teeth at Red 7. Bible of the Devil played an awesome set that exemplified their unique sound. Combining classic American rock and roll with metal, their interpretation is relevant and distinct but still characteristic of their niche genre. With some badass guitar hooks and anthem-type songs, they totally rocked out and put on a great show. Although their set was unfortunately cut short, they took it in stride although I know the crowd was disappointed. Their music is badass and something that has to be experienced. They also hung out afterwards and chilled with their fans which was cool. Broken Teeth played after them and didn't disappoint either. Their characteristic crude, angry rock and roll really got the crowd going. They played some intense songs, had great energy and really rocked out. The show was emotionally charged in that it seemed that everyone was anticipating what they would do next. Well what followed was badass rock and roll and a great set. Props to both bands for a successful, crowd-pleasing show.
Bible of the Devil: Nathan Perry (vocals, guitar), Mark Hoffman (vocals, guitar), Darren Amaya (bass), Greg Spalding (drums)
Broken Teeth: Jason McMaster (vocals), Jared Tuten (guitar), David Beeson (guitar), Travis Weiss