Tempo 38 @ The Globe 20 April 2006
24 Apr 2006 // A review by Shade
were the second act to open for The Bleeders at their Palmerston North gig @ The Globe on Thursday the 20th of April 2006.Tempo 38
started where Black Chrome
left off and didn't miss a beat in keeping the crowd worked up. Even those that had not heard of Tempo 38
before were rocking along to the music and they treated Tempo 38
as though they were just as much of a local act as Black Chrome
The amount of energy that Tempo 38
put into each song was truly inspirational and each member of the band showed an amazing amount of passion for the music that they played. Parry's vocals were mind-blowing and everyone loved it.Tempo 38
is signed to the record label Hit Your Head Records, and the name says it all. This is the sort of music that you shouldn't just tap your feet to - it is the sort of music that you need to really hit your head and move your whole body to. You cannot get away with sitting on the sidelines, you have to get involved. Tempo 38
really know how to play and their experience shows in their music.
Best Tempo 38
song of the night: Con
About Tempo 38
Tempo 38 ‘infamous hard-edge/punk band from Hawkes Bay’ have been doing it the hard way since 2000. The band incorporates driving upbeat music with an energetic live show.
Visit the muzic.net.nz Profile for Tempo 38
‘The Temps’ have released 3 EP's, a split CD with Australian hardcore band Provoke, and have tracks featured on numerous compilation CD’s (released in New Zealand, Australia, Germany and the UK). Tempo 38 have played with many bands from N.Y.C hardcore legends Shutdown to Californian pop-punk band The Ataris to Aussie punk legends Hard-Ons to NZ’s own The Bleeders, the band have embarked on two Headlining tours of their home-country and hit the road on a regular basis for one off festivals and shows.