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Altar Native: Broadzilla - Lady Luck|
Sue Summers' review: "A combination of a hard work ethic, commanding stage presence, high-energy live shows, powerful music and a dash of lady luck has gotten Broadzilla the attention they deserve."
Girlmedia Web Zine Interview With Broadzilla|
The band discusses touring, their sound, and their influences.
Broadzilla Vs.the Tramp-o-lean (Audio CD),|
Here Comes the Storm / 5
This is the full-length 1999 debut disc from Broadzilla, a powerful whirlwind of metal/punk out of Detroit. Tasty metal riffs, yummy solos, punk attitude, and even Motown-influenced vocal harmonies combine with unforgiving lyrics about lyin' boyfriends and fake girlfriends, to showcase an up-and-coming combo ready to break out of the heavy Detroit scene. Singer/guitarist Rachel May has a knack for surprisingly swinging riffs, best heard in "Bondage Boy" and "Gestation of an Alien," while "Sometimes I" and "Storm" deliver relentless metal with hard-hitting introspection. The piledriving "Rubber Band" puts forth a bratty punk kiss-off to a music biz sleazebag with a sound that is infinitely more powerful than punk, while the album's best song, "White Trash Mom" should be a worldwide grrrl-group classic. May's guitar and vocal skills are backed up by skillful riffs from original bassist Michelle Chapman, and the nearly overwhelming neck-breaking beats from muscular drummer Angie Manly. This album serves as a great lead-in to Broadzilla's 2001 masterpiece Lady Luck. All music fans looking for a fun and powerful alternative to this era's whiny hard rock must discover the greatness of Broadzilla immediately. [~doomsdayer520~]
broadzilla - lady luck - cd review|
A CD review of 'Lady Luck' by Broadzilla on the leeds music scene website.
Broadzilla : Broadzilla Vs. the Tramp-O-Lean - Listen, Review and ...|
Broadzilla Vs. the Tramp-O-Lean reviews and sound clips on the ARTISTdirect Network.
RACHEL MAY: LOCAL MUSIC: Polka Floyd has a barrel of fun (Detroit Free Press)
At some point in time we've all wondered what Pink Floyd would sound like polka style -- "Another Packzi in the Wall" maybe? Maybe not. Either way, Polka Floyd, a new band that pays tribute to the legendary rock group in its own way, makes its Detroit debut at 10 p.m. tonight at 313.Jac.
Winter Blast is hot spot for live music (Detroit News)
D etroit's Winter Blast offers a musical line up that is not only diverse, but also includes the return of one of Michigan's garage rock greats, Question Mark & the Mysterians.
Winter Blast entertainment (Detroit News)
Events take place in the area surrounding Detroit's Campus Martius Park. Events are subject to change.
Metro Times Blowout schedule (Detroit News)
Wednesday, March 7 Pre-party Majestic Theatre, 4140 Woodward Ave., Detroit. (313) 833-9700 10 p.m.: Great Lakes Myth Society 11 p.m.: The Hard Lessons Midnight:: Adult.
LOCAL MUSIC: Settle down for a sweet experience (Detroit Free Press)
For those who love a listening room atmosphere -- a place where you can sit back, relax and enjoy the music -- check out the Sweetgrass Concert Series at the Sweetgrass Annex in Davisburg, 7:30 p.m. Saturday as it welcomes singer-songwriter Luke Sayers.
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