With vividly grim whiskey fueled storytelling detailing the plight and often unavoidable resulting rage of the blue collar and poor working man, Wet Boys front man Tomahawk Brock on tracks like “Life On The Mines” has struck a chord with many a lost soul in Hampton Roads. Voted best lyricist of 2014 on the 757E Magazine online poll, on the track Rapture, Brock, in his gravelly voice speaks of “[…] showing Jesus who is the bigger man!”. This life according to the maniacal front man after all “is hell!” And being most in tune with the desires of the devil, he wishes to lyrically welcome you to it. To listen to Tomahawk Brock & The Wet boys visit www.thewetboys.com
We have all heard this be it on some bashing Facebook page or in general conversation, The Goth scene in the 757 is dead....
December 15, 2014
757E Zine is a bi-monthly music, arts, and culture magazine dedicated to local musicians and artists who are not afraid to push boundaries. 757E Zine doesn't strive to be "safe" but rather in touch with what is new and unique in Hampton Roads music and art.