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Furious punk at the Moose Hall with the Rebel Spell and Motherfuckers

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A good sized crowd of Lethbridge punks were out in force for a Monday night punk show at the Moose Hall, Nov. 17 featuring Calgary punk veterans the Motherfuckers and Vancouver’s the Rebel Spell.

 The Rebel Spell  tearing up the Moose Hall, Nov. 17. Photo by Richard AmeryWhile I missed  the opening set by a trimmed down Scallywags, the Motherfuckers played  a short, sweet, intense, loud and aggressive set of music which mostly focussed on their new album ”Relentless.”

Frontman Dan Izzo barked vocals while wandering around in circles in front of the stage, shouting at the audience, who shouted back at him.
 Barely a song passed the one minute mark. 

 The Rebel Spell took the stage shortly after and concentrated on their new CD “Last Run.”
The Motherfuckers’ Dan Izzo at the Moose Hall, Nov. 17. photo by Richard AmeryThere was plenty of melody and a whole lot of energy.

“ Not a Prayer” was a highlight. The audience knew most of the lyrics already and shouted them along with frontman Todd Serious was guitarist Wretched Erin played some impressive rhythms.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 26 November 2014 12:17 )  
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