Bloody Beetroots Death Crew 77

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"Seriously, WTF!"

That was the reply I sent back to Glen E. Friedman the other morning when he sent me the photo above. I'd just woken up and
could barely see without my glasses and was squinting at a tiny image
on my iPhone— but a new image like this by him, for a band I'd never
heard of was one of the last things I was expecting to see at that
hour. I pulled myself together and read the rest of his
e-mail: the band is The Bloody
Beetroots Death Crew 77
[MySpace | Twitter] - an electronica/dance
group hailing from Bassano del Grappa, Vicenza, Italy who have
recently added what can only be described as punk rock guitars and
vocals to their songs—two very un-electronica elements. With
exciting results.

Glen wrote a
bit on his blog about meeting the band and his decision to shoot them
the other night
, and alludes to even more shots we may see
soon.

Any band with a
manifesto
instantly grabs my attention, but the fact that they also
cover a Refused song
suggests this experiment could be
very interesting to watch.

If you still unconvinced, check out this self-directed video for their
song "Domino."

They have my attention and I'm excited to see what happens next.

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