The Dead Class

Krazyhouse, Wood Street
10th March 2010

Reviewed by Nadia Baha

The Dead Class have been around of a while. You can see them driving around in an ambulance, always there for anyone that needs to be rescued from dumb, stupid, mainstream torture that some might call “music”. When they are not on their duty to save you from plastic pop they are busy recording or practising their material.

They have played all over Europe, including Austria, Germany and Ireland and are almost always touring somewhere in the UK.

So we were all really very happy when they announced they’ll play a gig here in Liverpool again. They didn’t disappoint us. A tight set, no messing about, what you hear is what you get. Intelligent, to the point punk with an edge sharp enough to cut through any of the sugary fake music you sometimes have to hear in some shops. One dose of Dead Class music and you are cured …

The three-piece band played classics such as 'The Loneliest Man in the World” and new material which left the audience shouting for more.

Brilliant music, brilliant people.

What else do you need to know? If you have never had the Dead Class experience you clearly miss something in your life. So get down to the next gigs and make sure you listen to the songs.

They are dead class!

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