Monday, November 17, 2014

Last show of the year: Geno's in Portland, Maine!

Last show of the year and we couldn't be more excited to return to one of our favorite cities - Portland, Maine! We're super stoked to play on "Black Friday" with three killer bands from Maine - Swarmlord, Battery Steele & Hopeless Losers! Huge thanks to Nick from Swarmlord for inviting us up! We can't wait to rock at Geno's again and see all of our Portland friends! Come bang your heads with us!!

More info here: Facebook Event Page

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Ralph's 10/18 Show Live Review by The Obelisk

As if it wasn't enough that we got to spend an entire weekend playing with class acts like Clamfight and Wizard Eye; the blogger extraordinaire and all around sweet-as-pie JJ of The Obelisk flatters us with kind words about our performance on Saturday and in the same breath challenges us to do a record with as much energy as our live show! Well sir I believe we are up to that challenge and we will find out in January. Check out that challenge and all the other cool things Mr HP Taskmaster had to say about the show at Ralphs Rock Diner this past Saturday:

"I wondered if it had been a month since the last time I saw Connecticut’s Bedroom Rehab Corporation while bassist/vocalist Adam Wujtewicz and drummer Meghan Killimade set up their gear. Yes, it had — just over a month, in fact. Still close enough that they were fresh on the brain, though. Their set had a couple new songs to go with “Basilosaurus” from their Red over Red debut long-player (review here). They’ll record in January, and I’ll look forward to what comes out of that for 2015, but the primary impression in watching them at Ralph’s, which is also where I first saw them over the summer, was much the same, in how completely their live show outclasses their studio material. They’ve got their work cut out for them in translating the energy they bring to the stage — the consuming, noisy sensibility in both of their approaches, the variety of tone and gruff vocals of Wujtewicz — but Justin Pizzoferrato, who also helmed the debut, should be able to capture it with the right balance of rawness and clarity. At Ralph’s, they were playing the second night of an NY/MA weekender with Clamfight and Wizard Eye, and it was clear the company they were keeping was pushing them to give it their all on stage". - JJ Koczan, The Obelisk - October 20, 2014

Read full show review here:

Monday, October 20, 2014

Killer weekend with Clamfight & Wizard Eye!

Wow! That was a weekend well spent! We can not thank our cuddly-bears in Clamfight enough for having us along for all the sweaty and some of the smelly merriment. We must do this again soon, we miss you already. We'd also like to send a big howdy-do to our new buddies and fellow fuzz-lovers Wizard Eye. It was great to meet you chaps and hopefully we see you soon as well. Big thanks are also in order for Gaggle Of Cocks, Conclave and Faces of Bayon; you guys are all expert riff slingers and gracious hosts so cheers to you. All that heavy in 2 days rattled our brains a little for sure.

If you were there rocking out with us at The Anchor Friday night or Ralphs Rock Diner Saturday night then thank you for the warm welcome and sweaty hugs! If you were not there then here is a taste of what went down at Ralph's Saturday night and a taste of "Giants in the Ice", a song that will be on our EP that we will be recording in January... ("Gone by the Boards" is first in the video). Thanks to Mark Goslin for taking this video, we owe you a beer sir! Enjoy and beware the otters...

Some pics:

Photo by Krista Van Guilder

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Show addition: Friday Oct 17 in Kingston, NY!

This just in! We've been added to this show below for this Friday October 17 at The Anchor in Kingston, NY which means TWO nights with Clamfight and Wizard Eye! If you're in the area, come bang your heads with us! 

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Next show: Oct 18 @ Ralph's in Worcester, MA

Well, summer is over, and fall has begun - we personally couldn't be happier for the cooler weather - we are cold weather people! Bring it! Since the end of our summer shows a few weeks back, we've become re-acclimated with our home rehearsal space/studio and began tightening up and demoing out the new batch of songs we've been working on. We will be returning to the studio (Sonelab in Easthampton, MA) to record once again with Justin Pizzoferrato in January 2015 and we're really stoked! More details on that soon!

For now, we've only booked 2 fall shows - one in October, and one in November. Its possible another show MAY pop up, but I wouldn't count on it. Our goal for the end of the year is to prepare for recording. SO, that being said, we hope to see you at one of these two shows!!!

Saturday October 18 @ Ralph's Diner - Worcester, MA
with Clamfight / Faces of Bayon / Wizard Eye / Conclave
9pm / 21+

"Black Friday" November 28 @ Geno's Rock Club - Portland, ME
with Swarmlord & more TBA
More info coming soon!

Monday, September 15, 2014

O'Brien's Show Live Review by The Obelisk

Super flattered by the words of JJ from the Obelisk. He is an awesome writer/photographer as well as a stellar human being. We feel like we're in good company if this man likes our music. Check out his review of our show with Blackwolfgoat, Sea and Shutup!! last Friday at O'Brien's Pub in Allston MA. Thanks JJ for the writeup and the sweet pics!

"Speaking of good bands getting better, the night also re-confirmed for me how far ahead of their 2013 debut, Red over Red, are bassist/vocalist Adam Wujtewicz and drummer Meghan Killimade of Bedroom Rehab Corporation. After seeing them for the first time earlier this summer, this was already apparent, but no less so in Allston, the New London, CT, twosome engaging in varying doomly methods, Melvins-style crunch and a bit of noise punk to boot, the gruff shouts of Wujtewicz adding a sense of burl to the set. He announced their intention to record with Justin Pizzoferrato, who also helmed Red over Red as well as past and upcoming efforts from Elder and many others, in the coming months, and though they’ve worked together before, I wouldn’t be surprised if the next Bedroom Rehab Corporation is a much different affair than was the first. They seem to be in the process of discovering their sound and that only makes watching them play, even the older material with its seafaring thematic — New London is on the no-less-ambitiously-named Thames River, and is a town with a port history — more enjoyable."

Read the full show review here: