Now, as proven in years past, BOTM is all big hair and disguise, with tongues firmly planted in the cheeks of capable musicians who use fake names. But, thing is, they don't really need to be doing so.
The song "Sensitive Mother" (for example) is a single in and of itself, but I've covered that. Beast-fighting and sword-wielding lyrics aside, the BOTM album (which is comprised of original material and listenable online here) is just as valid in terms rocking out as any "real" band is. Because, let dammit, they're no cover band. They're no tribute band. Blood on the Moors is a real fucking band even if they only play once a year (if we're lucky). And don't we all need a real ass-rocking on a festive Friday night?
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So, if you've donned your costume and find yourself needing a bit of knight in shining bandana, get your ass down to the Doublewide tonight at 10 p.m.
[Doyle] opens (and I bet you can guess which Dallas band they're paying homage to), with Brent Springsteen and Blood on the Moors closing out the night.
Cover is five galleons...I mean, bucks.