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Giant Tiger

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"Growling in the Garage"

Giant Tigers’ new Me. We. captures

Locals Giant Tigers have released the new album Me. We., with the occasion marked by a JJ’s Bohemia gig this past Sunday night. The evening was a succession of fantastically energetic bands, including RTX, Hollywood and Slow Break, with Giant Tigers onstage last. Me. We. is one of those records that insist you should see Giant Tigers live. (I am here to confirm this.) Seven tracks with tight formats and fast meters—all under three minutes—catchy, distinctive hooks, and Nick Dupey’s distinct, powerful voice over face- punching drums beats and guitar licks make for an album perfectly suited for live performance.

Seeing them onstage, I thought, “These guys need a bigger stage.” With music that is the sound equivalent of stealing a shopping cart from Bi-Lo and taking it on a short, fast, out-of-control ride down the nearest loading-dock ramp, the full effect is felt only when the Tigers are in front of you. Listening to Me. We. does capture the essence of that energy aptly and makes you want more. Singer Nick Dupey e’d me,“Also, we are playing at JJ’s Easter Sunday with Monotonix from Israel. There will be things set on fire.”

Sounds like an occasion for wearing your Sunday best and getting out to see a local band who kick in adrenaline garage punk done as good as I have ever heard it. Mix with an Israeli band that sounds like a modernized Black Sabbath and you’ve got a recipe for a great night of live music.

By Robert McCrary: The Pulse March 12, 2008 - THE PULSE


ME.WE. - 2008 - 10" EP - Recorded by Mark Nevers at BEECH House studios, Nashville TN



Giant Tiger is breed and indebted to the rich Punk Rock history of Chattanooga that has bread fourth the likes of The Jack Palance Band, ADD/C, The Future Virgins etc. All the members of Giant Tiger have been involved in some way, shape or form with the scene since they were teenagers and have played with various bands throughout the years.

They released their first record ME.WE. in early 2008 (produced by the legendary Mark Nevers at BEECH HOUSE studios in Nashville) and have an intensive touring schedule supporting bands like Jay Reatard, Monotonix, and RTX. -With an emphasis on their energetic live show, giant tigers are as rabid as a jar full of fucked with snakes.