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TVW Presents: Friday the 13th 2016 (photos)

Maybe you knew we do shows. Maybe you went to this one. We had a ball at Spacebar on The Lord’s favorite day. The bands (in order) that played were: The Death Tremors, The Welzeins, Donkng, Harsh Radish, and Slumberjack. Enjoy.

Our next event is at Orlando Fringe Fest and is completely free.

Photography by Sierra Reese.

The Death Tremors (5 of 7)

The Death Tremors (3 of 7)

The Death Tremors (1 of 7)

The Death Tremors (6 of 7)

The Death Tremors (7 of 7)

The Welzeins (4 of 4)

The Welzeins (2 of 4)

Donkng (1 of 5)

Donkng (5 of 5)

Donkng (2 of 5)

Slumberjack (4 of 10)

Slumberjack (8 of 10)

Slumberjack (7 of 10)

Slumberjack (9 of 10)

The Death Tremors, Timothy Eerie, & Transcendental Telecom - "Wonderful Christmastime" (Paul McCartney Cover)

The Death Tremors, Timothy Eerie, & Transcendental Telecom – “Wonderful Christmastime” (Paul McCartney Cover)

Something about this oscillating Florida winter/infinite summer must have inspired Orlando’s The Death Tremors, Timothy Eerie, and Transcendental Telecom; because they’ve come together, in the name of Christmas, to cover the best Beatle’s Christmas Classic. Timothy Eerie’s Casey Lerman and Transcendental Telecom’s Spencer Tricker duet over the famous synth melody that’s been spiked beyond recognition — like the egg nog after Grandma shows up.

As the song progresses, we hear an instrumental breakdown where the bands’ personalities really take over. It sounds like John Lennon’s ghost is seeking revenge because they chose to cover this over “Happy Xmas (War Is Over).” If you weren’t feeling Krampus’ warm stranglehold before, you will now, cuz I’m feeling festive as fuck. Enjoy.

Track Premiere: The Death Tremors – “Sat In Blood”

I’m pleased to bring you “Sat In Blood”, the latest song from Orlando-area instrumental rock duo, The Death Tremors. What brothers Riley and Patrick Corcoran lack in vocals, they make up for in ear worm riffs and punchy drum beats. The few quips of sound you do hear out of the boys are yelps laced with effects. This addition, although minor, gives the instruments room to breathe, and in turn, highlights each individual layer of sound. You may not be able to sing along with “Sat In Blood”, but after a few listens, I couldn’t clear my mind of that first ethereal guitar melody. Enjoy.

Hear more from The Death Tremors on their Bandcamp!