Walk of Shame EP Release Party – Live at Barfly – October 25th, 2014 – Montreal (Review)

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Bucketlist Music Reviews
October 25, 2014
by Jessica Valiquette

After having the chance to listen to, fall in love with, and review the Walk Of Shame album …And Begin, I had the chance to attend their album launch. The only way to get across how excited I was for this event is to say that even though I worked all day and was completely exhausted, nothing was going to stop me from seeing this show!

Read whole review at: http://www.bucketlistmusicreviews.com/walk-shame-live-barfly-october-25th-2014-montreal-qc

Walk of Shame – …And Begin (Review)

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Bucketlist Music Reviews
October 18, 2013
by Jessica Valiquette

…And Begin, the new album from punk rock band Walk Of Shame, is a gift to the world. As soon as I heard I was going to be reviewing the album, I was extremely excited. And, after listening to the entire track list, I can proudly say that this album has earned a spot on my phone. It is a perfect example of what the music scene has been missing for quite some time now. In bringing those things back, this refreshing recording is a real joy to listen to from track one all the way through to track twelve.

Read whole review at: http://www.bucketlistmusicreviews.com/walk-shame-begin

Walk of Shame – Live at Barfly – August 2nd, 2013 – Montreal (Review)

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Bucketlist Music Reviews
August 2, 2013
by Liz Imperiale

I wanted to arrive “early” to this show, as I found out the band would be generously handing out free merch for those coming early, such as sunglasses, and guitar picks. As my photographer, Johnny and I walked into the venue, we inhaled a horrible ‘sweaty balls vs. throw up vs. bad body odour’ smell. Why oh why, Barfly did you smell so? I decided to grab a six dollar Indian Pale Ale blonde beer as soon as possible thinking maybe intoxication woulddistract me from it.

Read whole review at: http://www.bucketlistmusicreviews.com/walk-shame-live-barfly-aug-2nd-2013-montreal

Montreal Live Review – Walk Of Shame at Katacombes (Review)

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The Scene Magazine
June 10, 2013
by Liz Imperiale

It was my first time seeing this band. They played a kick ass set full of ridiculous musical talent, attitude, and energy. This band reminds me a little of The Sex Pistols, meets Dead Boys. Had the stage been bigger, maybe we would have seen more of this. Fun night.

Read whole review at: http://www.thescenemagazine.ca/montreal-live-review-walk-of-shame-at-katacombes

The Shape of Punk That Was (Review)

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CULT #MTL
July 23, 2012
by Johnson Cummins

The debut of ex-U.S. Bombs/L.E.S. Stitches/Jerk Appeal guitarist Curt Gove’s new band, Walk of Shame, happens at Barfly, with support from the Lovely Haze and DJ Colt 45. After years of delivering the low-slung Gibson barrage for a plethora of punk bands, Gove is finally stepping up to the mic for the first time. If their recent demos are any indication, expect Nils-level songwriting skills topped with some Johnny Thunders sleaze.

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