This past Sunday night, I had the chance to sit down with icons of Dayton hardcore from the early days, Workhorse! They’re headlining what is sure  to be a mind-blowing showcase of heavy hitters at Oddbody’s in Dayton this Saturday!   

 

I’ve met a couple of the guys in passing, but since I often still feel like a newb when it comes to the Dayton scene, having the chance to get a sneak peak before the reunion show and sit down with the guys to rehash the early days was pretty much impossible to pass up!

A LIMITED run of T-shirts & CD’s will be available at the show!

Here’s the heads up details from our chat:

  • Founding:  93’/94   Disappearing Trick: early 2000’s
  • Recordings:  5 EP’s all via analog recording
  • Reunion Impetus: Curtis’ drum obsession and a NEED to do a show together again
  • Craziest Show: Driving to Pittsburg and pulling a “Tommy Boy”, but listen to the full interview for a few more of their exciting adventures
  • Songs to Expect: Crowd favorites from over the years
  • Most Looking Forward to on Saturday:  Playing together again and making some necks hurt on Sunday!
  • Musical Influences:
    Curtis:  Metallica, Pantera, Machinehead, female vocalists
    Tim:  Good songs, Hardcore band- Sick Of It All, and Workhorse
    AJ:   Old metal, punkrock, hardcore, all kinds of shit
    Todd:  Elvis, Georgia Satellites, and Jane’s Addiction. Not Clutch though he loves it.
    Frank:  Tough-guy hardcore, Life of Blood, Terror, Cro Mags, anything that’s “real
  • FIND EM:  Motorcore Music and Workhorse and FrankHatesYou.com.  Music coming to iTunes and more soon.
  • Saturday’s Epic Lineup & Details:
    idiedtrying, Menace 2 Sobriety, Neon Warship, and Workhorse
    Oddbody’s Music Room   |  $10 Tickets / Door  |  Doors at 7. Show at 730.  | 18+

From left to right: Tim Buchenroth (Bass), Frank Harmon (Vox), Todd Sonnanstine (Guitar), Curtis Griffith (Drums), A.J. Morse (Guitar)

Catch the complete interview with all the juicy details and behind-the-scenes look below!

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