Thursday, June 14, 2012

The New Breed: Giuda

Giuda: A new band we at A.I.T.A. can get behind...
Boot-stomping, hand-clapping, scarf-waving rock'n'roll action!

"Working from the same glammy three-chord blueprint as contemporaries like Slade, T. Rex, Status Quo, and the Sweet, Italy's Giuda take you back to a monumental bygone era of rock'n'roll. Specifically the early '70s pre-punk, glitter days when music was all about monstrous riffs, bousterous attitudes, high-energy experimentation and fun. Giuda take that same glammy, proto-punk foundation and fuse it with the grimy, tattered muck of bands like Eddie And The Hot Rods, The Pack, PVC, and The Kids to create a timeless arsenal of glam-injected, pub-rock classics. Top notch glitter-fused, punk-rock slop that has as much to do with the Faces and Slaugher And The Dogs as it does the UK junkshop bands from the '70s like Hector, Plod, and the Rats... Ex-members of Taxi."

- Discography -
Racey Roller LP/CD (Deadbeat/White Zoo, 2010)
"Number 10" b/w "Crazee" 45 (Surfin' Ki Records, 2011)
"Get Over It" b/w "Kidz Are Back" 45 (White Zoo, 2011)

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