Eva Plays Dead

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Kicking and screaming through comes full blown attitude of Eva Play’s Dead.

Rock ‘n’ roll isn’t dead, and Eva Plays Dead are the perfect proof of this. The antidote to all things pretentious and self-indulgent, this resurgent quartet are a monument to no-nonsense rock with attitude.

Check out Eva Plays Dead’s latest music video for ‘SPIN’ below!

Music Mondays “They’re the punk rock equivalent of Marmozets. They’re badass, with a streak of rebellion, whilst possessing an arsenal of powerful riffs and thunderous drum work.”

Fronted by boss-lady Tiggy Dockerty and her punk tinged vocals, Eva Plays Dead are a British rock band from Nottingham, UK, blending big riffs, infectious melodies and raucous energy which is guaranteed to turn a calm audience into a full blown mob. They have shown this ability whilst playing with breakthrough acts such as London town rocker’s Black Orchid Empire and Ragga metal legends Skindred as just a few of the bands many conquests.

Dig a litle deeper in their past music videos and you will find ‘Bones’

They have been referred to as the Midland’s ‘Joan Jett and The Black Hearts’ and although the punk attitude is more than evident, influence is drawn from a vast range of contemporary musicians such as Marmozets, Biffy Clyro and Gallows alongside the classic household names of Black Flag, Queens of the Stoneage and Foo Fighters.

Let’s see what Tiggy has to say about Vocalzone!

“Singing and touring in a band whose genre is defined as ‘loud’ both on and off stage is incredibly testing on my vocal chords and in the throws of a 2-week tour resting isn’t always an option. Vocalzone has given me comfort and aided me when I’ve needed to perform with a sore throat and without Vocalzone we would have had to cancel a lot of shows, so for that, I’m incredibly grateful.”

Written by Dan Manley

Love for all things heavy, Dan is a big fan of the metal scene! Keep an eye out at your local festival, you see a man in a Vocalzone Tee, chances are it's Dan Manley! Endorsements Co-Ordinator at VZ