This album is a personal classic. The first time I ever saw Dead Felcher perform was at the Electro Rock show in 2000 (or 2001, I can’t quite remember) when he opened for PT Grimm. This guy was so hilariously arrogant, he performed with his back to the audience the entire time. I feel like Dead Felcher is just a giant “fuck you,” to any and all audiences, and I love every minute of it. This album pisses in your ears and hopes you hate it. This album feeds off your hate, which makes it even more wonderful. I hope one day that we’ll see a resurrection of Dead Felcher, because audiences in general need much more of this particular style of abuse. Enjoy! Or don’t. Don’t even bother reading this blog; especially if you’ve already read it. Yay! Eat shit.
Nothing. In fact, most of the internet has nothing to say about Dead Felcher. The only thing you’ll find if you Google the name is a Myspace page with a few tracks on it. Which is another way to say “fuck you” to audiences: making them go back to Myspace to hear your music. I love it. 🙂
These motherfuckers… Lemme tell ya, one of my most consistent honors has been that I know and have worked with these guys. Great bunch of people with phenomenal senses of humor, not to mention spectacular artists. These guys stand in a class of their own, but I’d recommend them to any fans of System of a Down, Serj Tankian’s solo work, Scars on Broadway, etc. They once called their music “junk rock,” among several other creative phrases. There are a lot of fascinating keyboard melodies that lead the often brutal riffs and drums, along with Michael H.’s unique vocal style and vastly intriguing lyrics. I heard the album played live back in ’06 and even though it took a while to come out, it was well worth the wait in my opinion. Michael’s a perfectionist, which is apparent by the results he gets. P.T. Grimm was and still very much is a shining gem in a world of shit, but you know, don’t take my word for it. Click the image above and/or watch the video clip below and take a listen to some samples of their latest album. I also greatly encourage you to buy the download, because these guys could certainly use the support.