Damage Case

Damage Case

Dog Company, Blot out, Blood Letters

Friday, June 29, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10.00 - $13.00

This event is all ages

Damage Case
Damage Case
The singer of this band sounds like Lee Ving from Fear. The guitars sound like Motorhead. The drummer could be compared to every other spot-on, fast-as-hell, awesomely talented hardcore punk drummer in history. Yet while certain aspects of their music make comparisons to other bands spring to mind, Damage Case's sound is impressively original as a whole. Proving that great things can happen when good ol' punk rock meets speed metal and 80s hardcore, songs like 'Police Bastard' and 'Get Me Out' are not your run-of-the-mill present-day punk-metal tunes. They're well written, played with actual talent, anthemic, and fast enough to be incredibly satisfying to the most diehard hardcore fans. Sadly, there are more words in the title of this EP than there are songs on the record, and I found myself really bummed when it ended after the sixth track. Damage Case are from Texas, and their left-wing lyrics make me wonder what it's like being punk and liberal in the reddest state in the USA. Either way, I'd be glad to take them in at my house in Seattle if they ever need a break from all the Bush-mania: just as long as they'd let me jam with them in my basement." -Pocketful of Change Issue 3
Dog Company
Dog Company
Dog Company was formed in early 2004 with an obvious bone to pick with the status quo... Whether it be the business as usual politics of D.C., or the ever increasing mediocrity of punk rock. Ex-Staggers front man Joe and bassist Matt decided to return to their roots with the no flash, no gimmick, punchy style of punk rock that Dog Company does so well.

With the release of their first official album “Songs of Discontent” in 2008, Dog Company’s dissatisfaction with the present state of affairs is acutely displayed. With the average song coming in under two minutes and fifteen seconds, its clear that the motto of “rock ‘em in two minutes or don’t do it at all” is definitely at work.

Straight out of the gate Dog Co. not only decries against the attack on individuality and personal freedom (With songs like “Product and Demand” and “Content American”) but also sing of the unity and values they firmly believe in (with title song “Songs of Discontent”). Do not be mislead though, its not all business. With the sing along “Saturday”, Dog Co. shows they are capable of a good time.

Led by the commanding vocals of Joe Blow, and backed by the increased energy of additions Garrett, Shea, and Ron Riot; Dog Company will grab your attention from the first note to the last. In addition to playing with punk legends such as Street Dogs, The Briefs, Lower Class Brats, Vice Squad, Agnostic Front, The Business & Subhumans.
Blot out
Blot out
Punk Rock Band Out Of Fort Worth, Punk is just good for the soul Got Damnit
Blood Letters
Blood Letters
Dallas punk super-group comprised of:
Mike Laughlin - Vocals
Turner Van Blarcum - Drums
Alan Cook - Guitar
Windy Storm - Bass
Venue Information:
Three Links
2704 Elm Street
Dallas, TX, 75226
http://www.threelinksdeepellum.com