Artistic compadres of Segall and Mikal Cronin (another dearly-departed San Franciscan), Meatbodies write fast, uncomplicated garage rock songs that feature plenty of vocal whelps, pulsating bass lines, and over-the-top cymbal crashes. In short, they kick ass.
On Tuesday, they’ll set up shop at The Chapel for what will surely be a memorable gig. These guys are dynamite performers, adhering to the Segall-approved live formula of verse, chorus, MOTHERFUCKING SOLO, solo, solo, end.
San Francisco punk bands Toyota and Mane will open for Meatbodies.