Through a haze of strobe, body heat, flannel and greasy long hair, Moses Nose cracks the night wide open with 45 minutes of loud guitar-driven retro metal. The outfit’s charismatic bassist Trevor Lucier—part Grizzly Adams, part Billy Gibbons—describes the quartet’s sound as rock that “moves from Pink Floyd to Judas Priest, hitting every dial in between.” He just might be right.
Moses Nose was able to cross playing at Rainbow Bar & Grill off their rock and roll bucket list back in April.
The rockers don’t have to leave town to hit another one of the venues on their list.
While the retro hard rockers’ first records are infectious romps fueled by drugs, partying and sexually tongue-and-cheek tunes like “Pussy Surfers” and “Soft Core Porn,” they want to be taken more seriously as musicians.