ARTS Pick: Prospect Hill

Breaking bad out of New England’s hard rock scene, Prospect Hill gets heavy at the Main Street Annex. Publicity Image. Breaking bad out of New England’s hard rock scene, Prospect Hill gets heavy at the Main Street Annex. Publicity Image.

The first shrill chords that erupt from Prospect Hill leave no question as to what these guys are all about: good ol’ fashioned sensory overload. The Boston-based band doesn’t just play music, it assaults it, and creates sensational riffs of hardcore rock energy that shake the deepest cores of its die-hard fans. In the tradition of the power ballad, the lyrics surge with drama that elevates the band’s hard rock to new levels.

Wednesday 5/7. $5-7. 7pm. Main Street Annex, 219 Water St. 817-2400.

 

 

 

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