The Deads Deads live show review

The Deads Deads live show review

The Dead Deads are made up of Betty, Billy, Hella, Meta and Daisy Dead.  That’s 5 Dead Deads in all for those keeping score. Let’s start with the Friday the 13th performance at a jammed packed Marathon Music Works opening for Evanescence. They would bring their unique sound of heavy grooves to their home town of Nashville, Tennessee.  Then The Dead Deads only a few days later would again set the stage for another show, this time at the Cannery Ballroom near downtown Nashville for The Hollywood Undead. The band again showing their diverse musical sound while appealing to many different fans bases is a testament to how distinctive, rare and honest the band is as a unit musically.

I challenge anyone who is a fan of rock, metal or music in general that is looking for something different and new to satisfy your hunger like a Snickers bar to steer yourself the way of The Dead Deads. 

 I've been very lucky not only to meet these ladies but also get to know them pretty well over last 7 months. They are one of the nicest people I've meet since starting the surge into the Revelator adventures.

The Dead Deads continue to grow as a band both musically and as song writers. For those who've attended their shows recently you've been treated to a small sampling of their new material like the new song “Goldilocks” and cuts off their debut album Rainbeau like Organ-P and Lemonade.

The Dead Deads assemble a wall of sound that offers some amazing harmonies, riffs, and the precision of band’s rhythm section headed by Daisy and Billy Dead bring a thunderous resounding gauntlet of power. Take this elixir and add it with the vamping tones of lead vocalist Meta Dead, and Hella Deads’ indelible symphonic keys and her relentless on stage aerobic energy.  Betty Dead’s ruthless lead guitar prowess showcases her true musicianship.  The Dead Deads are firing up the audience with their ever growing catalog of songs. New material is coming soon from the Dead Deads.

 The Dead Corps fan base has their eyes crossed and head banging without remorse.

I don't write this because I know The Dead Deads. I truly believe that in the music world, every so often a band comes along that changes the music scene and or landscape. There is no special formula, mix or hell, even an assembled collection of musicians put together by some suits can emulate something genuine. In this case, The Dead Deads blend five people who create a special friendship and bond who cumulative a common chemistry that embodies a vacuum of creation. It allows for emotion, insight and forthright energy to conjure musical movement. The Dead Deads are, in my opinion, a band that has this element. Their periodic table reads  X X.

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