Big Curve Music Unites the DMV’s Best Indie Bands on Rock Covers Album
Big Curve Music have put together a real treat for fans of classic 70’s, 80’s and 90’s Alternative Rock, Industrial, Hard Rock, Goth, Punk and Electro Punk Indie Bands on far-reaching new compilation “The Big Cover-Up”. From 51 Peg‘s rollicking cover of Billy Idol’s “Eyes Without A Face” and Landis Harry Larry‘s show-stealing take on Starship‘s “We Built This City” to Nova Koloso’s collosal version of Black Sabbath‘s “Supernaut”, there’s something in this collection for any rock, metal or punk music fan.
Big Curve Music have gathered together some of the DMV’s best indie bands; 51 Peg (“Eyes Without A Face” by Billy Idol), Landis Harry Larry (“We Built This City” by Starship), Steep Steps (“Down In A Hole” by Alice in Chains), Nova Koloso (“Supernaut” by Black Sabbath), The Neuro Farm (“New Dawn Fades” by Joy Division), Idiot Code (“Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival), Dingleberry Dynasty (“Big Balls” by AC/DC), Project:Leviathen (“The Killing Moon” by Echo And The Bunnymen), Year Of The Fist (“Who Was In My Room Last Night” by Butthole Surfers) and Hollowboy (“The Walk” by The Cure).
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