TVD Ticket Giveaway: Murder City Devils at The Fillmore Silver Spring, 2/9

From depictions of dead band members to love songs for Santa Claus, Murder City Devils are a power-chord punk band garnering a unique charm that has gained them plenty of critical acclaim and fan fervor.

The Murder City Devils got their start in 1996, and had already recorded and self-released their debut album less than a year later. The next five years saw the band with releases from Sub Pop and an ever-growing fanbase based around their energetic punk attitude in tandem with fun and catchy garage rock.

After activity slowed in the mid ’00s, Murder City Devils have been moving again in the past 48 months. The band is now showing a return to their raw style and sound that’s worth catching at a venue near you.

And it just so happens that we’ve got tickets to see The Murder City Devils, Tweens, and War on Women at the Fillmore Silver Spring on February 9 to give away.

Since 2011, the band has released a handful of singles and a vid or two, showing that there’s quite a bit of gas left in the Murder City Devils’ vehicle. They’ve been playing legs of tours all over the country returning with songs from now-classic albums like Empty Bottles, Broken Hearts and In Name and Blood mixed in with newer music, such as their single “Every Day I Rise.”

For a chance to get tickets, tell us your favorite garage rock or punk act. Jeff The Brotherhood are my favorite. That’s my choice; you have to pick something else.

The winner will be chosen at noon on Friday, February 7. Tickets are still available.

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  • Drew

    my favorite garage and/or punk act would be the solo stuff Stiv Bators did for Bomp records, post-Dead Boys.

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