Tiger Bear Wolf
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Tiger Bear Wolf


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"Coke Machine Glow"

Tiger Bear Wolf feels like the logical progression from Fugazi and Mission of Burma that never happened - where angular guitars were comfortably joined by anthemic chords; where time-signature complexity meshed easily with accessible rhythms; where hooks had steak knives for teeth, and where pretension took a back seat to zeal and formidable skill. - Coke Machine Glow

"Stylus Magazine"

Forging the spitfire frenzy of the predator/prey dynamics in nature, each instrument is chomping at the bit to have at another, starved for seven days straight and locked up in a weather-carved cabin listening for the lock in the key and the drawn entry of guides with shotguns and rusty grins. Once finally set free, their eyelids peel back and unveil that rabid, slathering melee that you find in track-dogs and beaten-horses. Iggy Pop, Fugazi, and the edges of DC-hardcore whisper through their gas-fire screams, but such references sell the band short. - Stylus Magazine

"Splendid Magazine"

These songs take up space. From their twisting, careening exercises in melody to their gut-grabbing bass, to the percussive flourishes and rat-a-tat drums, to their layered screamed/spoken lyrics, Tiger Bear Wolf fill up any room in which you play them. - Splendid Magazine

"Hybrid Magazine"

Aggressive and well-contrived, Tiger Bear Wolf goes straight for the jugular with excellent riffs and vocal lines that pound their listeners into submission with their energy and nonchalant, straightforward rock and roll. TBW represents a regression in rock thinking, channeling old school hardcore and rock influences, thumbing their nose at newer ideas and sticking with rock's tried and true structures. - Hybrid Magazine


Tiger Bear Wolf - "Tiger Bear Wolf"
Hello Sir Records 2005

- streaming tracking can be found at - www.hellosirrecords.com


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We love the Who, MC5, Fugazi, Hot Snakes, Dead Meadow. Every train goes to to Riff City. Layered interwoven guitars, bouncy bass, rock solid drums.