Trash Gallery spits out a portrait of the street. Providing a brand of rock waves that is dirtier, and more calculated than any predecessor in its class.
Trash Gallery came from our interest in art, old theatre, silent films, and the love of underground music. We were art students, and our rehearsal studio was the nucleus of it all. If you walked in there, you would see a collection of guitars, with cardboard cutouts of old movies, artwork surrounding the walls, and spray painted corridors with The Southern Death cult playing in the stereo. It’s a vision of the way we sound today.
Worshiping at the altars of Aerosmith, The Cult, and Guns’n’Roses. Our songs started to come together. We really just started writing a soundtrack for it all. It eventually spilled out into the stage and into our music.
The new record connects with you on a rock level. We will be working with rock, and functioning with you on rock waves. Our collective goal is to “shake your foundation”. We play loud, we rehearse loud, and we recorded it loud, raw, and aggressive. It’s the way we know of. You can’t get this record loud enough in the speakers; you’ll find yourself edging up on the volume all the way. Let’s face it, if you’re not gritting your teeth, what’s the point?
We wanted to write songs that go for the emotional jugular. It’s clear you’re in the presence of a lot of personal influences on this record, incorporating new life experience of the last few years, which are deceptively complex.
This music will help you shine; it will release any blocks in your physical self, mental self, and in your emotional self. We’ve taken the music back to what it should be, loud, raw, and energetic. We have guitars, and we aren’t afraid to use them. This fuse is lit, and this rock’n’roll powder keg is set to blow.