This is a fine, classic four track 7” vinyl EP, which was released on Urban Zombie Records in 2004. The limited and numbered white vinyl (444 copies) comes along with a well-crafted sleeve design, including a fold-out cover that features a short comic story. A variation of sounds, catchy melodies, tight musicianship…yeah, this band hailing from Germany’s “Motor City” is Criminal Energy. Track list: Black Pearl -- Woke Up Dead /// Gone Tomorrow -- Home Tonight.
Traitor! is the second awesome four-track EP offering from the German three-piece. Again blending Rockabilly, Punk, C&W and other stuff to a shit-hot Psychobilly sound, THE TONY MONTANAS have eventually established themselves as one of the most notable acts on the Psycho rockin' scene. This 7" vinyl is limited to 666 copies. Track list: Traitor -- Eye For An Eye /// El Delatator -- Drugs 2008
This is the very strong debut album from the Swabian Psychobilly outfit. Originally released on both vinyl and CD by Crazy Love Records, most of the tracks offer a fast and wild rockin’ mayhem. Solid arrangements, plus some fancy lyrical and musical content, also make them stand out from other releases of the new millennium. An extra slap bass for their cover version of my favourite Carl Perkins song and to support my hometown Psychobilly heroes! Highlights are Destination Hell, Drugs, Blue On White, Can’t Do No Wrong and Der Traum Von Einem Ritt.
is the second full-length album from one of the most underrated bands hailing
from the rockin' underground of Germany and it is a beast of a record. This
15-track package of mostly original material is a terrific mix of Rockabilly,
Punk, ace musicianship and well-crafted songs with Italian harmonies and
Tarantino type images of violence thrown into the mix to create a very trademark
sound that simply gets stuck in your head.
Highlights include the amazing title theme that is an helluva instru-mental, Six Feet Below, Phantom Voices, Fick Dein Leben Crew, Judgement Day, Someone's Gonna Die Tonight, a song that sees the listener switching on a fake radio between the likes of The Nekromantix and Stray Cats before finally settling down with the original track. A very strong cover version of Body Count's Cop Killer, Family and Bleed Me a Song are the best of the rest. Grab it!