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Album Review

Following two 12-inch singles from 2003 and 2005, after a long wait, Rancid spinoff Devil’s Brigade released their debut self-titled album in 2010. In true psychobilly fashion, lead singer Matt Freeman sings in a gruff Gene Simmons-esque growl as he slaps his upright bass in time to the rhythmic skiffle of percussionist D.J. Bonebrake. “Ride Harley Ride” takes a surf-rock cue from Dick Dale with Tim Armstrong providing some tasty tremolo guitar bends, while “Bridge of Gold” takes a punky approach to Appalachian bluegrass. For this classic-sounding number, Freeman sings of his journeys out west in hopes of getting a job building the Golden Gate Bridge, as Lars Fredriksen and Tim Armstrong take drunken turns caterwauling the verses. It’s a far cry from the straightforward modern-day punk of Rancid, but open-minded fans of the band may find the tumbleweed twist from the norm enticing.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After serving stints in Operation Ivy and Rancid, San Francisco punk veteran Matt Freeman conceived a project of his own in 2000. Originally planned as a musical about the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge called Halfway to Hell Club, Freeman took the songs he had written with Tim Armstrong during the off-season of touring with Rancid and started Devil’s Brigade. Along with Armstrong on guitar, D.J. Bonebrake...
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