Tag: sins of godless men

Every Time I Die, Vatican and Sins of Godless Men at The Jinx – photos

Damn, Savannah (and it would appear a good number of people willing to travel)! On a Monday night?? A sold out, packed out, sweltering, loud as hell, stage-diving, guitar-playing-on-the-bar metalcore explosion of energy on a Monday night?? Did that just…

Statts Fest Goes Bananas is Saturday, Statts Pre Game was a blast – pics

Statts Fest Goes Bananas II is Saturday, beginning at 3 o’clock, at the always awesome Grayson Stadium and you should go. Take the wife, the husband, the kids, grandma, your kinda weird uncle, take everyone. A great lineup of local…

Crazy Bag Lady releases debut album – photos

By all accounts, Crazy Bag Lady put on one of their best shows in Savannah Friday at Hang Fire. The fearsome punk foursome released their debut album, Hunks (available now on Retro Futurist) to an absolutely packed house. They also…

Weekend at The Jinx – Jeff Two Names and The Born Agains, Canopy, Sins of Godless Men, Rotten Blush, The Powder Room, Bear Fight! – photos

I spent both Friday night and Saturday night at The Jinx, here’s my attempt at speed reviewing the 6 bands that I saw. Friday night: Jeff Two Names and the Born Agains: Savannah’s best pop punk band (running unopposed). New…

Burning Mansions, The Hotels, and Sins of Godless Men at The Jinx – photos

Following last Thursday’s show at Hang Fire came Friday night’s rock blowout at The Jinx. Starting things up were Burning Mansions, a local group of musicians that played a slightly bluesy, slightly jam inspired style of rock that was a…

Petee Worrell’s Year in Review

I’ll be honest, when I first moved to Savannah a little over a year and a half ago, I was fairly hesitant about making the transition. The thought of having to leaving my local haunts and the relationships I’d developed…

Cretin Girls, Forced Entry, Sins of Godless Men, Crazy Bag Lady, and Hot Plate at Hang Fire

For those of us whose musical interests lean a bit more towards the hardcore side of punk, Tuesday night’s lineup at Hang Fire was not to be missed. The show was packed with four local bands along with one out…

Sins of Godless Men, Big Awesome, Jeff Two-Names and the Born Agains at The Jinx

A few years back, Rachel Raab (Raabstract) opened Studio 210, renting out studio space to artists, musicians, and makers & shakers looking to create, gather, and exhibit. Now defunct–the bulk of the Victory Drive space has since become the “new”…