It's been quite a while since we've heard from Boston's Tigerman WOAH, but they are back with a new EP released last Friday. On these four songs, Tigerman WOAH show off their unique blend of roots based punk perfectly. Notice I didn't say folk punk, because that's a whole different thing from what these guys are doing. RED BAIT is full of heavy rock songs with a roots base and a punk edge. According to their Bandcamp profile, they are "What started as a couple of under-employed friends learning songs off the American Anthology of Folk Music has become a locally celebrated brotherhood dedicated to making music that moves people into mosh pits and onto picket lines," and that pretty much sums up their aesthetic. Songs like "Dangerous" and "Don't Kill My Baby" are rocking songs with grizzled vocals and groovy bass lines. Tigerman WOAH are a great and unique take on a few of your favorite genres all mixed up in a way you haven't heard before.
You can listen to "Don't Kill My Baby" below. RED BAIT is available now via Bandcamp. For more on Tigerman WOAH, check out the band's website.
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