They’re ba-ack! Jaune Prodz is proud to bring Montrealers a night of good ol’ rock ‘n’ roll, thrash and punk when Dance Laury Dance play their first live show of 2012, joined by Die Mannequin and Dirt Cannon, on Friday, June 1 at Club Soda (1225 St. Laurent).
Right from their very first jams in 2007, Dance Laury Dance had a clear objective: to follow the tradition of rock ‘n’ roll in its purest form while developing a unique and distinctive sound. With their long hair, leather and distortion, the heirs to Motörhead, Guns n’ Roses and AC/DC were born, releasing their first independently produced eight-song album, Out of Rockers, which was mixed by Ryan Battistuzzi (Malajube, The Sainte Catherines, We are Wolves) in 2009.
Hitting the road soon after, they gave over 200 performances in less than three years, giving a special concert at the legendary Viper Room in Los Angeles, and opening for Pennywise during 2010’s Vélirium, but to this day, the Dance Laury Dance’s greatest achievement is, without a doubt, having given a solid opening performance for Joe Satriani and Metallica in front of 150,000 people during the most recent edition of the Festival d’été de Québec.
Never ones to take a break, Dance Laury Dance will once again be rocking Montreal to its core with a brand spankin’ new guitarist, performing songs from their latest release, Living For The Roll, along with brand new, never before heard tunes.
“We've been off the road since December and we miss the stage as much as we can miss Dimebag, but we did not scratch our asses since then and we wrote a bunch of new songs and found guitar player Savage Phil Lemire to fill up the departure of Dagger Pat. And yes, Montreal, we will show it all to you June 1 at Club Soda! We can't wait to play loud and party hard,” said vocalist Max