Back from the dead and live on stage, Here Come The Mummies concert unearthed tunes from Funk’s 1st Dynasty during a concert at the Culture Room.
From the moment this mummified band started to play, the fans pushed closer to the stage like hordes of scarab beetles. And they immediately got wrapped up in the performance. Though estimated to be thousands of years old, these guys can still jam like young whippersnappers performing their first gig in the Nile Valley.
According to legend, Here Come The Mummies are actually highly-trained musicians. There’s also a great deal of Egyptian God given talent among them. Scientific evidence would certainly back up those statements as this concert was performed with masterful handling of their instruments and horrifically cool vocals.
These sphinxsters from the sarcophagus also have a penchant for overtly naughty stage antics and lyrics laced with blatant innuendoes — a trademark of all their concerts. Perhaps their lust comes from Min, the god of fertility and sexuality. Or maybe their dirty minds are just the result of being entombed for so long.
Whatever the reason, their set delivered “Terrifying Funk from Beyond the Grave” that every ancient and newly bandaged fan dug. Kudos to Anubis and all the other embalmers for preparing Here Come The Mummies to kick ass in the afterlife.