In The Whale Details
The Viper Room Presents
In The Whale
with Cadaver Dogs
In the Whale is a high energy, two piece rock band hailing from Denver, CO. Members Nate Valdez (vocals and guitar) and Eric Riley (drums and backing vocals) have been making no nonsense, balls-to-the-wall rock songs since they formed the band in 2011.
Since then, the two have stayed busy exploring the seedier sides of Denver that ¬inspires their music. In 2012 they released their first EP, ‘Cake’, and followed it up with the EP, ‘Eric’, in the late fall of 2013. In between those two releases they played with a stupid number of artists you’d happily phone home about. In addition to sharing stages with bands like Murder By Death, Local H, Reverend Horton Heat and Electric Six in their hometown, the band has hit the road and played alongside The Airborne Toxic Event, Bob Log III and Slash. In the Whale intends to release a third EP titled ‘Nate’ in April 2014 and continue relentlessly touring until they have conquered everything.
Cadaver Dogs are too much. Too provocative, too outrageous, too wicked, too scandalous, just too fucking much. You know the feeling. It’s four in the morning and your head is spinning, you can’t tell if you’re in a room full of people or all alone. All you know for sure is that there’s a line on the table, a rolled up dollar bill in your hand, and a decision to be made. Let the Dogs give you a little advice. Do too much.
We’re not talking about a band here, we’re talking about a barbaric two-headed rock hellion, as likely to break your teeth out with a bottle of Jägermeister as it is to make your toes tap or your ass shake.
With three studio releases of raucous, radio-ready rock and roll already under their belts, including their phenomenal debut full length, 2012’s ‘superloose’, Cadaver Dogs are going in for the kill with the release of their brand new album ‘TOO MUCH’. A mesmerizing myriad of brazen bangers and ballistic twisters that’ll blacken your brain while whispering in your ear how much it loves you. Their first record as a duo, you’ll swear you’re actually listening to at least six musicians, a dominatrix, and a witchdoctor, but it’s just two scurrilous mutts hell-bent on a good time.