Big Bear: s/t
"Big Bear finished off the night with an unrelenting avalanche of metallicart-punk. The five-piece's close-knit compositions pummeled and exploded ina fashion not unlike the late, great Unwound. ..Regardless, they played adamn fine show..." - Delusions of Adequacy
Hailing from Boston, with two years under their belt, BIG BEAR aren't quitewhat you would expect given their unassuming appearance. Using a seldomtapped harmonic palette, BIG BEAR layers "twisting snake" guitars over acrest of low end bass and blast beats. Intense, screaming vocals float ontop tambourine cracked shin guards.
BIG BEAR has no real solid reference point to consider. Sound like this,sound like that ...none of it matters to any of them. While presentlybuilding a reputation for explosive and exceptionally loud liveperformances, coupled with the intensity and technical proficiency theyexhibit both on stage and recorded, BIG BEAR undoubtedly stands to sonicallyre-configure, convert, and astonish many audiences in the future.