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(photo by Erika Palmaffy)
Well, I’d be a real bastard if i didn’t say a damn word about my current project. WarFace is a little punk rock side project for 3/4 fellows from Black Water. It stars me, Zac Clark Alias Zulu Alpha Charlie as the lead singer. With Guitar, Bass and Drums by Adam Copeland (Alpha November Charlie [no relation]), Gerry Griffin (Golf Golf Golf) and Lloyd Naideck (Lima November). Songs about drinking on games shows, about buying stuff, about the movie 3 O’Clock High. Some guy from japan called us the “Musical Astrotrain”. Grand Victory said of us, “WarFace opens.” And that’s about as accurate a statement as one could get. We are gonna really bust out this June with three pretty Excellent Shows.
JC Friday at Painoland (June 1st)
The JC Bikes Ward Tour (June 3rd)
Steve Fulop Fundraiser at Zep Hall (June 14th)
I don’t have anything to have to listen to just yet, but rest assured we are in the works with a single real soon like. My other birthday wish is to see you out for a show… and maybe also for Steve Fulop to win next year’s election. It’ll mean good things for the music scene in Jersey City.
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Imagine for a second that Josie told the Pussycats to shove off. And went and formed a new much more radical band. You get that last 60’s garage/surf style, but it’s a touch more cynical than all that lovey dovey stuff they were forced to write by the guy that also managed Jabber Jaws band (Yea Jabber Jaws had a band, did you not pay any attention to cartoons when you were little? The Snorks had a band too.) Anyhow, The classic surf beat in Losing All the Way is too perfect not to do the “Plunge” to. Janet’s voice is powerful without being too “theatre”. This song has attitude, two clenched fists, and sarcastic smile to boot.
Whoa dudes! This song starts out like the beginning of Contra. LOVE IT. Driving force guitars and kick ass drum work forges this power rock song into the future. Likely to destroy aliens that look suspiciously like TV’s. The vocals are clean and crisp. If I were in charge of music for a remake of Flash Gordan. This song would be in a starship chase.