Tonight (2007)

This is the very nice three-track mini CD release from what is arguably Moscow's most up-and-coming band on the rockin' scene. The title tune is another fat, catchy track, followed by two surprising cover versions, originally of  Peacocks and Mister Twister fame respectively. Despite an increasing Punk Rock influence a more distorted guitar sound and the addition of a saxophone, the Beat Devils still rock. Track listing: Tonight-- Waiting-- On The Dancefloor.


Get The Beat And Meet The Devils(2005)

Great debut disc from the highly talented Russian three-piece. Fast, uptempo Neorockabilly, backed by a fat slapped doghouse bass, tight sounds and some real catchy tunes- all penned by themselves- get you hungry for more. The BEAT DEVILS combine a fine mix of Hillbilly, Rockabilly and some authentic Psycho elements. The eleven track album was originally  released by Jet Noise Records before it was re-released  with a different sleeve design by TCY Records for the international market. Highlights: That Chick, Loser, Superstar and Wild Rockinī Mama.

Second Date (2008)


This is our Second Date with the BEAT DEVILS and despite the fact that the influences of Punk, Rock and Pop have undoubtedly been increasing over the last three years, the Russian trio still knows how to rock. Andy, Mike and Teo didn't drift away from their Psychobilly following and have been keeping on good terms with enthusiastic style of playing, fat rhythm section, catchy song-writing and enjoying themselves. The twelve-track CD was released on Crazy Love Records for the European market and on JetNoise Records for their Eastern Europe fan base. Highlights are Tonight, Take Me Home Tonight, Queen Of Luxury, (Hope I'm Not) Misunderstood, and Girl That Me Sigh.

'Another Dream' (2011)


Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the band's existence in style were the BEAT DEVILS with Another Dream in 2011. The Moscow-based three-piece have become one of the key bands from the flourishing Russian scene with their very own trademark sound and style featuring elements from Punk, Rockabilly, Ska and Power Pop. All of them eleven originals and their surprising interpretation of the REM's End Of The World here on their 3rd studio album capture the band on top of their form with catchy melodies and great musicianship. Songs like We Gonna Get It, No Place To Hide, Nightmare Baby, Nothin' Is Changin', Another Dream and Eyez Of Liez prove my point and are highly recommended for a first listen.