This week we are re-visiting a lot of 2013 highlight bands as Fall has inspired these dark magicians of musical narratives to treat us with their own unique and twisted murmurs, screams, and wails that drip over and infuse their primal and emotive human connection to the rhythmic, melodic, and brutal instrumentation of metal and all of her sub-genre brood.
Poor Man's Fame, a female fronted alternative metal band from the Carolinas doesn't have much of a Southern flair, but rather a firey aura about it. The vocalist, Tricia Kimbrell must have lungs of gold (or uranium depending on how she feels about you) because she is like an opera doll that decided she was done with the pompous and elite and needed to bleed some to feel real, so she immersed herself in the wicked, dark, and seedy scene of rock n' roll. Exposing a new layer of themselves with each song, Poor Man's Fame dish out quality melodic metal that nudges nostalgia through lyrics and entices head banging with distorted riffs and well fed beats. Earlier this month they released what appears to be their first live action music video for their newest release "Narcissistic."
So check it out for yourself. A dramatic visual insight into the community and familial relationships of counter culture clubs such as bikers, and how more so than not the left-hand paths often practice compassion much more than mainstream sheeples.