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Devils Elbow

The Mess Hall

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real aussie rock- epic!

i agree with those before me, cant think of a better rock band in australia at the moment. originally heard it as a feature album on JJJ but didnt really come around til i heard the song betty months down the track sounds like the black keys and queens of the stone age, but is a unique sound with real substance to it. all the songs are good, and the album as a whole works really well, getting better with repeat listens. some songs are better than others- pulse, lorelei, cookie, pt. 1 and betty are my picks

Roosty, raunchy and raw!

Somewhere between John Spencer and The Black Keys, even early You Am I, but with a sweeter voice. Great stuff!!!

Great Live

This band is great i saw them may 2nd as curtain raisers for foo fighters and they were awesome, the drummer was hectic some really good music very arctic monkey'sh.

Biography

Formed: Sydney, Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

The Mess Hall fall into the same category as the White Stripes and the Black Keys, as a guitar-and-drum blues-rock duo influenced by Mississippi blues and Zeppelin power drumming. Singer/guitarist Jed Kurzel and drummer Anthony Johnsen formed the group in Sydney, Australia, in 2001. Using a lo-fi approach, they recorded their self-titled debut and signed to Shock Records for the Feeling Sideways EP. Johnsen left the band soon after, and was replaced by drummer Cec Condon of the Tremors and Mexico...
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Devils Elbow, The Mess Hall
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  • $16.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 18 November 2008

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