Guitarist Rob Clark says, “It’s probably the best band live musical experience I’ve ever been a part of.
I just like to keep an open mind with where we’re going. It seems to take its way naturally with these guys.”
The Guild’s vocals are catchy with a dark side, as in The Cure, and lead singer Sean Garner scores on Radiohead-style falsettos before moving into growly-screaming land. Or he tones it down. He’s all over the place, punching out feeling.
The Guild of Calamitous Intent plays Saturday at the ’90s tribute/American Cancer Society benefit show at Mainstay Rock Bar downtown.
Read C.A. MacConnell's full interview with the band and get show and club details here.