It’s hard to distinguish individual songs within the cramped, rumbling ball of sound they make onstage. It does what heavy music does best: It creates vibrations so powerful I can feel my clothes shake and pressure build in my guts.
So a lot of great bands played at Trunk Space on Friday, one of the last shows before the venue closes.
This extraordinary concoction they brew makes for one helluva spectacular show while ensuring a rag-tag horde of a cult following for them over all these years.
The tale kicks off with your typical teens/young adults driving through the woods on a delightful, sunny day in cutesy, cartoonish fashion while they hilariously splatter a happy, little rabbit. This pretty much sets the precedent of the black humor we should expect from this throwback to late '70s/early '80s horror.
This year was one of the bestest fests Grand Avenue has seen, so even if it's all Starbucks and Urban Outfitters in a decade or so, it sure was pretty while it lasted. Here's proof.
These PHX Comic Con Photos Don’t Have Any Cleavage In Them So You Probably Don’t Want To Look At Them Sorry
That woman might have boobs or not but she is not showing them aww too bad.
The Trunk Space is a place where it's safe to be weird and have fun.
Last weekend, we were at the Sixth Annual Miami Loco Fest, which is when a bunch of drug addled freaks from Arizona's arts scene takes over a small mining town some 90 miles east of Phoenix called Miami.