Hammered Satin

Hammered Satin

The Phantom Killers

Wed, April 19, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm


This event is 18 and over

Hammered Satin
Hammered Satin
"Move over George Clooney. See ya later Brad Pitt. And sorry, Most Interesting Man in the World, but there's a guy out there who's a lot more interesting than you. We're talking about Noah Wallace, of course. Who? Oh, just the foxiest most fabulous rock 'n' roll frontman to fill out a unitard since the Darkness's Justin Hawkins, that's who. The lead singer of Hollywood glam-rock combo Hammered Satin..."
- Lyndsey Parker (Rolling Stone Magazine)

Hammered Satin formed in Los Angeles in late 2010. As soon as 2011 they opened for the Ark in Sweden. Rolling Stone Magazine premiered their music video for "Foxy Dude", which was filmed in New York City. The song is from their 2013 album on Burger Records entitled "Glamorama". "Foxy Dude" also made Rolling Stone and Yahoo! music's top 20 music videos of 2014. The band has toured the US, Europe, and Canada since the album's release.

"They are embodying the sound of the 70's rockers. With a singer who is taking influences from David Bowie and Robert Plant. You've got subtle yet ever important bass lines with guitar solos that should make Deep Purple proud. You can hear Thin Lizzy, Bowie, and a bit of the Ramones. They may look "glam" on stage but don't be fooled they will knock you out cold with one single blast of their guitars." - Gears of Music

"Hammered Satin is one of the best bands around now & you NEED to collect their records and see them live." -Pork Magazine

They have a new release out on Lolipop Records for 2015. A "Junkshop Glam" style picture sleeve 7" 45 with "Reptilian" as the A-side and "Good Little Girl" on the B-side.

"LA's most buzzed-about 70's glam rockers, Hammered Satin, recently hit NYC's Bowery Electric for their first east coast tour. Celebrating the release of the band's debut EP, lead singer Noah Wallace channeled the ghost of Bowie's Mick Ronson, with his platinum shaggy hair and flamboyant sequined jackets.This outrageous Hollywood showman kept onlookers at attention with his unique voice and theatrical onstage antics."
- Paper Magazine

"Hammered Satin live @ Arken i Parken video Hammered Satin - 'Foxy dude' live @ Arken i Parken, Sweden, August 13th 2011 Brilliant gig! Tyrolen is such a great place for concerts and festivals. A real gem in the middle of the Småland forrests."

"While our Mexican food, basketball and weed, among other things, is second to none, back in September we learned glam rock is simply not L.A.'s forte. But based on these photos from Hammered Satin's show at Crazy Girls last week, it seems we had a major breakthrough on the dirty glittery rock and roll front.The self-described "gorgeous, glamy, crunchy, arty, fashiony rock and roll band you can dance to" celebrated the release of their EP on Thursday night, and to ensure the inner glitter goddess was awakened in all who came out, a go-to establishment like Crazy Girls was the obvious venue choice for the occasion. Yes, stripper poles, lucite platforms, feathers and boobs were the perfect complement to Hammered Satin's electric set on the dancers' platform. But the night was more than just a fierce performance for this town. It taught us something about ourselves and embodied the ethos of the generation: Yes we can, L.A. We CAN do glam rock. See for yourself..."
- Emily Green, Guest of a Guest LA (Jan 31, 2011)

"The Sunset Strip is synonymous with Rock, but that doesn't mean that every place on The Strip, in fact, rocks. Some, obviously, have grandfathered themselves into it; based on their longevity and history, Viper Room or Whiskey-A-Go-Go could host the Justin Bieber Pajama Sleepover and still come out with cred intact. But for most places, this cred must still be earned and tested on a regular basis. So I've come up with a checklist to analyze whether or not Trousdale's "Rock Tuesday" with Hammered Satin last night actually rocked. Let's see if we can figure it out."
- Alex Gilman, Guest of A Guest LA
The Phantom Killers
The Phantom Killers
Venue Information:
Metro Gallery
1700 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD, 21201