Note: $12.00 is the day of show price for Them Evils.
THEM EVILS are a late-night joyride through rock and roll’s seedy underbelly. Born in the shadows of neon vice and nocturnal living in Las Vegas, nurtured by the proximity of Hollywood’s famed Sunset Strip, and cradled in the same Orange County, CA home that has become synonymous to punk attitude and hard-driving rock history, the leather-and-black clad trio pen unapologetic songs that bristle with a nasty energy beﬁtting their name.
Inspired by equal parts of rock giants like Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, and Queens Of The Stone Age, among others, guitarist/vocalist Jordan Grifﬁn, bassist Jake Massanari and drummer David Delaney pay tribute to their roots with every crushing note on their latest self titled EP, a 4-song homage to the unholy goodness that is THEM EVILS. “We pretty much made our own scene,” Grifﬁn says. “We started out doing straight up rock and roll, and that’s what we’re still doing… that said, we’re always evolving.”
Grifﬁn and Massanari moved to Orange County, CA from Las Vegas in 2013, with nothing else to fall back on. It was there they met Delaney – the ﬁnal piece of the THEM EVILS puzzle they’d been trying to complete for years. Two EPs later (their self-titled release and the lineup’s Cold Black Love debut)… They have toured with bands such as The Pretty Reckless, Alter Bridge, Zakk Sabbath and 10 Years while sharing stages at festivals with some of the biggest names in Rock n’ Roll. They are set to embark on a west coast run with Red Sun Rising and their own headlining tour this spring. They will play Welcome To Rockville, Caroline Rebellion and Rock On The Range this year as well as release another EP!
Buckle up, this is gonna be one hell of a ride…
Bringing rock and roll back to its raw, unbound, and authentic roots.
Mike Borell, Eddie Rickert, John Rickert, Harrison Kohler Wood
CHAD ERICKSON & THE UNTIMELY
A mainstay in the local hard rock scene, Chad Erickson has spent a decade with an eclectic array of artists, including After Later, Candlelight Vigilante, and local legend Kevin Washington.
In Moments of Motion, Guitarist/Singer Chad Erickson charted a new path through the local scene. Crafting a more personal style steeped in integrity and soul, Erickson eschewed some of the most pretentious elements of local rock in search for a more organic evolution of rock tradition. Erickson and a few regular collaborators forged ahead by taking a step back towards a more raw and unrefined sound better suited to the heartfelt vitality of songs like album standouts “Buy the Ticket” and “Until Then.” Heavy guitars and a heavier heart marked Moments of Motion as a uniquely honest work in a landscape littered with style over substance.
Later this year, Chad Erickson and The Untimely will release a new album entitled End of the Beginning, featuring a new lineup and a heavier hitting sound. Three new music videos, each with a distinct storyline and style, “Save Yourself” “Wrong F’n Man” and “An Early Grave.” Chad Erickson and The Untimely are the band to look for in 2017.