A lot of bands work on their live performance before recording an album, but few are as deliberate about it as the Suicide Dolls.
The New London trio last month released “Prayers in Parking Lots,” its full-length debut — just in time for the group’s 10th anniversary this year.
“We’ve been chipping away for a long time, and I think we’re at a point now where we’ve never sounded this good,” bassist and singer Michelle Montavon says over coffee at Mohegan Sun.
Ten years doesn’t fully tell the story. Montavon and guitarist and singer Brian James...