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Beef Dyper isn't dandy. Acts like Andrew WK and The Fucking Champs are making it big now with wink-wink heavy metal stylings, but Beef Dyper really means it. We talked to vocalist Terry Kutchskie and lead guitarist Bob Molevane about rock, the road, and their growing legion of fans:
 
FW: Tell me about your new record, "Live at Budokan, NJ".

TK: We've been playing Saturdays at our buddy Ang Takamoto's bar, Budokan, in Metuchan, for the last dozen weekends and just decided to lay it down hot and heavy. Plus, renting studio time is like a shot in the dark, a babe alone in the woods crying out that nobody hears. Ang's been running this wing special before our shows. That's packing in people who are ready to rock hard. And we rock hard.

BM: Like Terry said, it's the live Beef Dyper feel we were going for on the record. There's nothing like the power of a crowd full of headbangers and fine ladies to feed off.

FW: Being in a band is much better than working a shitty job. What's the shittiest job you ever had?

BM: Sink grinder, third shift, no contest. I worked for Kohler, and eleven hours a day I'd pick up stainless steel sinks off the line and lay on them with a body grinder. I pissed blood every morning.

FW: Does Beef Dyper have a band van? If so, please describe.

TK: Bob drives an S-10 with a cap on it, so we can fit our drums and stacks in there. I have a minivan right now, which I know doesn't live up to the Beef Dyper Image, but if this record sells, I've got my eyes on a '79 Stingray.


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