Reverend Horton Heat Blessed The Bomb Factory’s Stage Friday Night.

The Genre-Bending Reverend Horton Heat Made Sure The Heat Was Blistering When The Trio Rolled Through Its Hometown While On National Tour.

All photos by Karlo X. Ramos.

It’s always been difficult to fit The Reverend Horton Heat into a specific genre. At times, it sounds like country music that took a few swigs of moonshine and hopped on stage. And at other moments, it sounds like cow-punk blended with metal.

But none of that mattered on Friday night. It was just one big “Psychobilly Freakout” when the Reverend Horton Heat took the stage at The Bomb Factory after opening performances Strung Out, Fishbone and Los Kung Fu Monkeys.

The hometown crowd was rockin’ and rollin’ as the energetic trio did its thing on stage, too. Of course, if you missed your chance to see the group perform in the heart of Dallas where it all began, the group will be back next month in Richardson at Six Springs Tavern.

Or you could just give the above slideshow from concert photographer extraordinaire Karlo X. Ramos a spin.

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