Doyle Interview And Concert Review: Reverb In Reading, PA

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(PCM) Doyle may be a man of very little words, but his music speaks volumes and trust me, it was turned up full blast during the band’s recent show at Reverb in Reading, PA.

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Doyle is currently out on the road in support of his debut album “Abombinator” and he along with the rest of the band are gearing up to release a follow-up due out later this year. The band consists of frontman Alex Story of Cancerslug, drummer Anthony “Tinybubz” Biuso (previously T.S.O.L., The Dickies, Hed (pe)), and touring bassist Dietrich (Die Trich) Thrall (standing in for Left Hand Graham), and of course the almighty Doyle himself!

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The crowd at Reverb that evening may have been small, but they were no less mighty and Doyle delivered a set that was chock full of raw aggression and emotion. So much so, that it literally filled the entire room. Watching Doyle and front man Alex trade-off both slithering and stomping about the stage was hypnotic and overall I was lost in the music from beginning to end.

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Doyle is a true monster with his guitar, as he pounds the strings in animalistic fury and never misses a beat. The band overall had an excellent stage presence and truly commanded the attention of the audience from start to finish.

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The band played through the “Abombinator” album at break-neck speed and of course die-hard Misfits fans were pleased, as several classic Misfits tunes was spliced into the set. The tour is just beginning to get underway and Doyle has several upcoming shows with both Mushroomhead and Dope that will last throughout the early spring.

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Prior to the band’s performance we were able to catch up with Mr. Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein himself to learn some details about the upcoming second album, his delicious “Hotter Than Hell” hot sauce, as well as, touring plans for the rest of this year. Check it out below :

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Photography credit: Ken Schuler

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