Thunderbitch Delivered Raw, Sweaty Rock & Roll To The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn on October 16, 2015 [Zumic Review + Photos]

Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published November 3, 2015

You may recognize Brittany Howard as the woman who fronts rock band Alabama Shakes. What you might not know is that her alter-ego, named Thunderbitch, is the lead singer / guitarist for badass rock and roll band Thunderbitch.

Having only played a very limited amount of concerts, word spread like wildfire when it was announced that they would be headlining ATO's record label showcase at the small Knitting Factory club in Brooklyn on October 16, 2015.

People were packed in like sardines when Thunderbitch rode to the stage on a black motorcycle. From that moment on, we were treated to nearly an hour of the most intense, sweaty, and raw rock music that one can hear.

Wearing white makeup and black leather, it wasn't long until Thunderbitch's makeup started to melt. She attacked her guitar relentlessly, and her vocals demanded our attention.

The band's set consisted of songs from their 2015 self-titled album release, and were delivered with all the driving force of an out-of-control Mack truck.

Pick up Thunderbitch's 2015 self-titled debut album on Amazon (Vinyl, MP3). You can also stream the full album for free and read our review here on Zumic.

Check out more photos from their set below.

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