By Rick Slagter, Rock At Night Groningen Correspondent
Venue: Vera Club Groningen, The Netherlands-January 30, 2016
The Black Cult is an upcoming garage rock trio from Groningen, The Netherlands, and plays a mix of garage, punk and pop. It is modern rock ‘n’ roll as it should be–fast and loud and in your face. The band features compact songs with catchy guitar riffs and refrains.
Last week the band released their full length debut album at Vera Club Groningen. It was a real hot party, one hour full speed ahead. The musicians had their instrument in total control during their acrobatic moves. The Black Cult plunged the audience into a tsunami of energy. RAN tried not to run and caught some highlights.
The Black Cult is: Douwe Doorduin – guitar, vocals, Jorn Draaijer – bass, Wouter Kalsbeek – drums.
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Photographer (concerts, documentary), musician (rock, blues), writer (fiction), straight edger (sober in any sense), dwells underground (alt scene).
Living in the North of The Netherlands, the independent creative area of the country (hotspots are Groningen and Leeuwarden).
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