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Loitered Lens : Barb Wire Dolls

The lack of a bassist did not detract from the noise. The guitar was driving and furious, at times bordering on thrash metal and with frequent chugging hard rock power chords.

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

“If the look was postcard punk, the sound was on the faster, harder side.

The lack of a bassist did not detract from the noise. The guitar was driving and furious, at times bordering on thrash metal and with frequent chugging hard rock power chords.”

– from Sarah Corbett’s review of Barb Wire Dolls at the Camden barfly on June 17th.

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

A picture of Barb Wire Dolls

All photos: Carl Byron Batson

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