By Shuvam DasGupta, Rock At Night Philly
Single Review: Them Evils – Where Ya Gonna Crash Tonight? – Release date May 29, 2020
Classic rock is not dead and one of the bands keeping the spirit alive is Them Evils. Them Evils is a California based band consisting of the trio – Jordan Griffin (Guitar/Vocals), Jake Massanari (Bass), and David Delaney (Drums). They have strong influences of Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, AC/DC, and the classic rock bands. They have been touring for the past two years with more than 100 live dates and performed in the main stage at ‘Rock on the Range’. They have performed as the supporting band with Pop Evil, Of Mice and Men, The Black Moods and He Is Legend.
After the great success of their previously released EP “Rollin’ Stoned and Livin’ Free”, the band released their new single “Where Ya Gonna Crash Tonight?” on May 29th. This song is screaming “Classic Rock”. It has an 80’s groove with almost a Motorhead riff. This was my immediate impression at first listen. As the song continues, it takes on a Twisted Sister vibe. This song has all the components of what good old pure rock needs – a catchy riff, a head-banging drum, and fantastic vocals.
The lyrics talk about the band’s experiences while touring, exploring new cities as they perform, and definitely about the indecision of where the band will crash for the night – a true rock and roll lifestyle. The song is available on all the major platforms and I absolutely recommend this song for all the rock and roll lovers.
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