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ruckus to the table. They unapologetically draw inspiration anywhere from Drive by
Truckers, Tom Waits, CCR and Motorhead to the local junkyard. Cletus Romp will have
you stomping, shaking and shimmying like you're at a southern tent revival.
The low end pulls from a background in
and early sabbath, while the
guitar pushes on with wild eyed abandon. All the while the percussion is hammering
along with a heavy hand that you can't help but stomp your feet to. Lyrics are thrown
out like a carnival barker. The staccato vocal attack is offset with a pure tenor harmony.
This roar is accented by more percussion being laid down on a skeletoHTTP/1.1 200 OK Connection: close Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2013 09:32:15 GMT Content-Type: text/html Server: Microsoft-IIS/6.0 X-Powered-By: PHP/4.4.9 X-Powered-By: ASP.NET n of brake
drums, suspension springs, duct work and corrugated sheet metal. It all culminates in a
sound that's greater than its parts. So big and gritty that you can't help but get sucked
into the stories they're telling, and believe that they might just be true.
The music has a way of boring into your head like a drill press. You'll catch yourself
humming an unfamiliar tune days after listening. Once you realize where it's from, you'll
find yourself a full blown convert to the gospel of Cletus, standing on a street corner in
a sandwich board and raving....best of luck to you.