(2003 – present)
In an age where rock bands have to go out and kill their own prey to survive, Them Terribles seem to be moving with animal grace to claim their piece of the rock.
Their sound bums a smoke off the nonchalant cool of Richard Hell, dips it in the irresistible swagger of The Strokes, and lights it up on the embers of 50’s rebel charm and 60’s garage mania (think mildew-damaged Dion & the Belmonts getting it on… read more
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