• Raul Toro

THEM EVILS: Pop Evil Tour

Them Evils, a southern California based band, are heading out on tour to support Pop Evil. What a way to kick off 2019 for this young up and coming rock and roll band. Along the way they will set out to the Gulf of Mexico on the Shiprocked Cruise,, where they are scheduled to do two live performances. The band continues to promote their "Rollin' Stoned and Livin' Free" EP, they plan to add the track "Practice What You Preach" to their live shows. According to a press release earlier this week, the boys of Them Evils are "putting the finishing touches on a new song to be released in the late 1st quarter of 2019." The So. Cal. Rockers played more than 100 dates in 2018, including national festivals like: Welcome To Rockville, Carolina Rebellion, and Rock On The Range,

The journey of Them Evils is one that started with Jordan Griffin (Guitars/Vocals) and Jake Massanari (Bass) when they met in high school while living in Las Vegas. Soon they were writing and jamming together. Immediately, they knew they had an undeniable chemistry. Eventually, they made the move to Southern California to chase the dream of being professional musicians. While in California, they met David Delaney (Drums) and Jordan and Jake knew he would be a permanent fit for the band.

The band pays tribute to their roots like Led Zeppelin, AC/DC and Queens Of The Stone Age, among others, while creating their own unique sound. Them Evils is a throwback to the sounds that inspired all of us to be rebellious, free and artistic with a modern twist. "We pretty much made our own scene," Griffin says. "We started out doing straight up rock and roll, and that's what we're still doing... That said, we're always evolving.”

When Them Evils are on stage, you can tell they are in their comfort zone. Jake loves to get into the crowd and climb scaffolding of the stage to whip the crowd into a frenzy. The band prides themselves on crowd interaction and are very hands on with their fans. They love to interact on social media as well, especially, Massanari where you can find his quick whit on Twitter. The band plans to continue touring, with breaks to finish recording additional new music to be released in the latter part of 2019.

A Them Evils concert ought to be on your bucket list or at the very least a priority in 2019.

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