Tuesday, August 31, 2010

L-Seven EP (1982)

Prior to playing guitar in the Laughing Hyenas with former Negative Approach singer John Brannon, Larissa Stolarchuk (later Strickland) performed vocal duties and released a 3 song ep during the early 80s with Detroit's sonically angular L-Seven. Not hardcore, but a bit too rough around the edges for new wave, L-Seven provided a startling difference to the super aggressive hardcore bands well represented in Detroit during this period. Despite a number of high profile support slots for acts like Echo and the Bunnymen, The Gun Club and U2, L-Seven's tenure proved short lived. Drummer Kory Clarke later achieved some commercial success fronting the major label band Warrior Soul.



Clear Vision

No comments:

Post a Comment