Usually when you see Bleach Bloodz perform, everybody in the room is fucked up, including the band. Already famous for generating a boozy, headbanging fog of greasy sleaze, Bleach Bloodz released a studio album — the self-explanatory Pure Rock N Roll — that gives a taste of its swagger. But the band's unrefined barroom power is best experienced in person. This in spite of the fact that frontman Troy Geoghegan sometimes has trouble remembering where the mic is, not to mention the fact that he has to sing into it. But you don't care. You're shitfaced, remember? We wouldn't want to slop our beer on our shirts to anyone else's tunes.