Drenched In Beer 2018
The Hip Priests
On Trial Uk
Toy Dolls (UK)
-> lördag 28 april 2018
121 62 Stockholm
121 62 Stockholm
There are 3 artists sharing this name:
1. Total Chaos (The Band)
Total Chaos is an american Hardcore/Street Punk band from Pomona Valley, California. They formed in 1989 and are still present. This band started organizations such as United Valley Punks, Orange County Peace Punks and Alternative Gathering Collective with the help of Jay Lee from the band, Resist and Exist. Together, they held such social events as Food Not Bombs, helped open the Los Angeles Anarchist Center and supported the Big Mountain Indian Reservation.
Rob Chaos – Lead Vocals
Shawn Smash – Guitar/Vocals
DeDe Gearhardt – Bass
Steve Gearbox – Drums
Gary Doom – Guitar
A high-energy live show, in-your-face riffs and a “fuck you” attitude—any questions!?
OK ... the BITCH QUEENS sound isn’t just plain 1-2-3-4 Punk Rock; next to the straight beats and three-chord verses there’s plenty of room for some finesse and talent. Here you’ll find a ton of
influences on display: It’s a street fight with Motörhead and the Backyard Babies, while next door the Dead Boys are drinking beer with The Datsuns.
The BITCH QUEENS have proven themselves in over 150 shows in Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Holland, France and—of course—Switzerland, supporting some of their very own favorites such as THE BELLRAYS (US), DOLLHOUSE (SWE), THE TURBO AC’S (US), THE LOMBEGO SURFERS (CH), BLOODLIGHTS (NOR), SEBADOH...
Formed in May 2006 from the ashes of near legendary Nottingham Garage heroes the X-Rays and London Punk ‘n’ Rollers The Divine Brown, The Hip Priests are the inbred backward bastard sons of Iggy, Johnny T, Hank von Helvete, Lemmy, and Handsome Dick.
The ‘Priests, as their already rabid UK disciples like to affectionately call them, are an awesome, gloriously tangled mess of Rampantly sexual, Souped up, Lubed up, Fucked up, High action, Hot Assed Anthemic Sweat Sodden Rock 'n' Roll. A sweet 'n sweaty sonic tonic to accompany your recreational drinkin, druggin and fuckin'.
Wasn’t ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’ originally a term for fucking anyway? Wasn’t it meant to be fun? Provocative? Sexed up? Weren’t your parents meant to say ...