It was a humid July evening. Downtown Lafayette. The stairs by the Buttery Shelf. Mosey Down Main Street. Throughout the course of the evening, over 70 people have cheered for The Next Columbine (Tyrant Trent, D-Block Derek, Blakey Too Tall) publicly.
Described as “bad ass, kick ass, pretty much the best”, this stoop-metal band has played more than a few concrete slabs in their day.
On this particular occasion, they chose to play the July 13th Mosey Down Main Street due to the “millions” of captive audience members they could subject to their noise. After our ears bled (we forgot our plugs), we tried to encourage them to allow fill-ins, explore side projects, and get as many people involved in their artistic circle.
Enjoy the interview and bootleg of their single, Charybdis Deep.