The Wolf Crept, The Children Slept

by Kentucky Knife Fight

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Imagine the Replacements suffering through sweltering Midwestern summer nights instead of cold Minnesota winters, and infused with a little less punk and a little more dirty twang, and you have Edwardsville's Kentucky Knife Fight.

On their debut album, The Wolf Crept, The Children Slept, Knife Fight combines the influences of early 1970’s proto-punk and punk rock groups such as The Stooges, MC5, and Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers with the garage rock of late 90’s and early 2000 bands such as The Murder City Devils and The Hives. The sounds of early Van Morrison and dirty blues rock work their way in to the fold, as does a sometimes subtle, and at other times not so subtle, twang of blue grass.

The Wolf Crept, The Children Slept
Voted "Best Album" (self-released) - 2009 Riverfront Times Awards

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released 24 March 2009

Recorded at Firebrand Studios (St. Louis, MO) - 2008

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Kentucky Knife Fight St Louis, Missouri

Kentucky Knife Fight's music evokes images of smoky bars where wood paneling lines the walls, worlds covered in shadow and stained with liquor. The St. Louis five piece punk-blues wrecking crew create songs about desperate people doing desperate things in places they shouldn’t be. If there is a jukebox at the end of the universe you will find Kentucky Knife Fight between The Stooges and Tom Waits. ... more

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