FLAMEING DAETH FEARIES, GLITTERCORE
8 p.m. Vino’s. $8.
For an evening of unbridled rock ‘n’ roll hedonism, this raht cheer should do nicely. Local troublemaking four-piece Flameing Daeth Fearies has all the subtlety of a screaming, drunken frat bro streaking the quad with a fifth of vodka in one hand and half-inflated blow-up doll in the other.
But you know what? There’s a time and place for everything, and sometimes that dude is the exact dude you want at your party. You know, to liven things up and make everyone laugh while also invading their personal space and making them feel a just a tiny bit uncomfortable. What else would you expect from a band with songs called “French Bitch,” “Luke Is Gay” and “Tranny Granny”?
Glittercore is a relatively new act with folks from Trusty, Il Libertina, Techno Squid Eats Parliament and several others. The band’s got a glam rock steeze, evidenced by singer/guitarist Paul Bowling’s recent solo turn as David Bowie at White Water Tavern’s Halloween cover-up show (check out his version of “Life On Mars?” on YouTube).
Opening act Jab Jab Sucker Punch plays loud-ass rock, a kind of sobered-up Big Boss Line, according to an inside source. The band features two former BBL members, as well as personnel from The Moving Front and Ashtray Babyhead.
It’s an all-ages show.