The last time I saw dirty Detroit rockers Electric Six, the music was so loud, my friends and I shouted at each other for days about how much we loved the show.
With the October release of KILL (Metropolis Records) in hand, the R-rated sextet are headlining the "I'm Trying To Cut a Fucking Spot, Tony" tour. (Seriously. That is apparently a Barry White line, by the way). KILL may be one of Electric Six's best albums to date with its raucous guitar, drums, dirty language and a touch of disco, like the Scissor Sister-esque opening track "Body Shot," a thick, catchy electronic dance tune with a reggae twist. The video for the song--directed by Nabil Elderkin (Kanye West, Common)--is so full of breasts and penises, it's definitely NSFW. Hell, it's NSFHome, either. With openers The Gay Blades and Millions of Brazilians, the show promises to be like a keg of PBR with an air bubble in the line: jolting, obnoxious and worth the wait.
Monday, Nov. 16, 8 p.m., $8 adv., $10 door. Neurolux, 111 N. 11th St., neurolux.com.