2nd September 2012

Photo with 1 note

DEAD JOE – 6
It seems like forever that bands and artists have had a deep and loving relationship with using numbers in their names or song/album titles. Leading the charge for young punk bands around the world had to be the all mighty Blink-182. Rock legends Pearl Jam released the classic “Ten” Album in the 90’s, and then Jay-Z decided he wanted in and told us all about his 99 Problems. Now it seems Dead Joe are looking to get some numbers action by releasing their debut Ep “6”. A popular number in many ways and so many reasons come to mind. It could be in honor of the recent NBA champ Lebron James who wears the number 6, or it could be the fact that I know they love a drink and beer is traditionally sold in a 6 pack. The sealing fact for me is that acting superstar Sly Stallone was born on July 6, and this year turned 66. Now what are the odds of that? I am pretty convinced that this is why they went with 6 or it could just be the fact that there are 6 tracks. Either way Dead Joe’s debut Ep “6” is killer and well worth getting your hands on for a listen.
Click here to continue reading

DEAD JOE – 6

It seems like forever that bands and artists have had a deep and loving relationship with using numbers in their names or song/album titles. Leading the charge for young punk bands around the world had to be the all mighty Blink-182. Rock legends Pearl Jam released the classic “Ten” Album in the 90’s, and then Jay-Z decided he wanted in and told us all about his 99 Problems. Now it seems Dead Joe are looking to get some numbers action by releasing their debut Ep “6”. A popular number in many ways and so many reasons come to mind. It could be in honor of the recent NBA champ Lebron James who wears the number 6, or it could be the fact that I know they love a drink and beer is traditionally sold in a 6 pack. The sealing fact for me is that acting superstar Sly Stallone was born on July 6, and this year turned 66. Now what are the odds of that? I am pretty convinced that this is why they went with 6 or it could just be the fact that there are 6 tracks. Either way Dead Joe’s debut Ep “6” is killer and well worth getting your hands on for a listen.

Click here to continue reading

Tagged: dead joechucking a mosh

  1. chuckingamosh posted this