Dead Horse Trauma performs at Do Bar on Aug 12
When it comes to their music, metal heads Dead Horse Trauma don’t fuck around.
These boys from Iowa describe themselves as “A five-man war machine using some of the methods our world uses on a daily basis to brainwash the masses and produce a permanent scar on the face of our music industry.”
You can see them in Great Falls at the Do Bar on Aug. 12 starting at 8 p.m. There’s a $5 cover charge. The local band Dust Alive opens.
The band was established in Grinnell, Iowa in 2006 by Eric Davidson and Matt Wingerter, musicians and friends since high school. They soon decided it was time to “form a band like never before, one that would capture the violence of every school shooting and the brutality of a police riot,” according to their official band bio.
Together they bring a polished rage to the stage that benefits explosive songs to life. The band has headlined festivals, opened for opened for (hed)pe, Mower, Hemlock and others, and maintain a strong presence throughout the Midwest.
Their latest album, “Infestation” was released for download and CD purchase in early November. It is available through CDbaby, Best Buy, iTunes, Amazon and DeadHorseTrauma.com, the band’s website.
For more on the show, check out the Facebook event page here.