Band, - how shall I describe it best, is sort of a phenomen, and this
not so much because fo their great music, but because of the fact, that
I do hardly know any other rockact, who have not changed a wink
from the visual aspect. No clue how come....
Eschenbach is a small town somehwere in Germany, but I assume these boys are named after their founder Phillip Eschenbach. The band gets produced by Stefan Weidner who used to be the bassist and leader of the Böhse Onkelz. Well, you now could get some weary thoughts about this. But as the band doesn't seem to follow the path of BO we forget about this now. They do exist now for 5 years, but it took until 2009 for a full selftitled album release. Our eye catches immidiately singer Riichy Schwarz from Munich here, who gives a rather interersting contrast what's up to his exotic look but performing in german language. - Eschenbach's music is decent rock, nothing new, but listenable.
don't make a bad impression and probably go pretty well down on all
Deutsch-Rock admirer. Just take care boys, that you don't get on the
wrong path, if you know what I mean....
their name says, this here is one of these Next Generation Glamrock
Bands, who try to continue the heritage of Poison, Mötley Crüe and
Cincderella. As it is very common in these circles the bandmembers are
listening to such phantastic names as:
They move very selfconfident up there, just as Faster Pussycat or Pretty Boy Floyd used to back in the past. And our boys here copy those idols 'till a certain point what's up to choreography and look. Most of all it's singer Alex who builds up the atmosphere by storming across the stage, sitting on the edge or climbing up the balcony - to wake up the still a little laid back audiance.
case it is received very well by the crowd. And the average generell
impression of Pussy Sissters is a decent one and reminds us elderly
generation on the Glory Times of Glamrock, but with a youthful, fresch
energy. So Pussy Sisster is certainly a rockband you should note in your
The Headliner is of all offering us a funny contrast first
guitarist Jacob Binzer and bassist Stif Peterson and also drummer Laust
Sonne are dressed up nicely, - Jesper Binzer doesn't seem to care about
fashion design and he appears in the almost same outfit as he wears in
day to day life. But he knows exactly, that there is no need, as his
body language and performance doesn't need any visuall addition.
During the first part of the show, there is not much talking and the music flows from one track to the next. First later on, Jesper does comunicate with the audiance in his best english mixed up with some little german. Jacob's guitar solos hold the scale with Stig's Bass art on 2 strings. The exotic instruments are already legendary. And all that without moving an eye twinkle, but not standing still on one spot either.
What I always did
like about this band is this special mixture of Hardrock meets Punk in a
not too serious way. Yes, and even the Blues is adapted by D.A.D., at
least what's up to the cultsong 'I Won'T Cut My Hair' what a great
tune. Within the Setlist allmost all pearls of the group are included -
from 'Everything Glows until 'Sleepin My Day Away'-
what... both songs - once again, are coming from the two albums,
mentioned above. Whereby D.A.D. have a backcataloge of 10 studioalbums,
3 live recordings and 5 compilations. - I personally miss my own fave
track 'Kiss Between The Legs'. But as Jacob had told me before the show:
'it doesn't really fit into the set as it's only sort of a bonustrack.'
- Well, who cares, as this gig once again fullfills all open wishes.
And though you have seen this band a 500 times or so, it never gets boring. For all out there, who have never experienced them before, I can only advise you to come along next time, when they are here or in your town. You won't regret a single second - guarantee included.
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