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Gangnails
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
The Gangnails unleash the punkabilly stomp of prague to the world on this excellent album. The stomping rhythms of slap bass psychobilly combine with the punk rock spirit of '77 with dynamic and explosive results. Hard rockin' psychobilly with influences of the clash and the ramones....
Ghoultown
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Ghoultown's Horror-Cowpunk Hellbilly style combines Western Gunfighter themes with bloodpumping cowpunk, featuring gritty vocals and Mariachi trumpets. The full, powerful production on 'Bury Them Deep', along with their unique songwriting (described as Johnny Cash meets Rob Zombie) has reulted in their best album to date....
Go Katz
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
British Psycho-Rockabilly band who emerged in the late 1980's. This CD mini-album gathers together the tracks from their original EP along with compilation appreances and unissued material.
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Mark Harman & Hot Rod Rhythm Boys
Submitted by hankabilly (04 February 2017)
Mark Harman & Hot Rod Rhythm Boys - The Boy Comes Home Today Savotta Records Hi guys the band was formed in 2007 by frontman Mark Harman, from the legendary neo-rockabilly band RESTLESS. Mark Harman with some hot rhythm boys from Finland did make a EP and a album titled „introduction” in 2011. ...
Massacres
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (18 January 2007)
Debut album from the Chicago Psychobillies. Their songs are melodic, unlike many of today's psychobilly bands, but I found the mixing job is not up to scratch, and some songs are lacking in energy. Still worth checking their music out for yourselves - the band has a MySpace account....
Mojokings
Submitted by hankabilly (05 May 2011)
Whatever happened to rock 'n roll?? That's an easy question, rock and roll is still alive with bands like Mojokings a combination of rockabilly, punk, psychobilly, rock and roll. Paul Scoulding-singer and guitarist, his guitar sound gives a nod to the nasty side of 50’s rock’n’roll, Richard Scoulding-double bass slapping no mercy, Olly Simmonds-double kick drums...
The Hellbound Hepcats
Submitted by simoncaldwell (23 October 2012)
Growing up as a kid in the 1980'ss, my father would frequently play records from his youth: Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Chuck Berry to name a few. It was what I knew music to be: raw yet warm, wild yet influential, but above all talented and memorable. I still remember the warm sound...
The Radium Cats
Submitted by rockinbones (04 May 2007)
The Radium Cats bring together a melting pot of influences from Gene Vincent and the Stray Cats to the Cramps and serves it up in style. Whether boppin' or wreckin' you can't go wrong with Six Feet Down and Well I Knocked and if you don't want robbie Williams playing at your funeral then Pink Hearse...
Thee Flanders
Submitted by rockabilly_girl (26 January 2007)
Thee Flanders continue to bring forth their punkabilly from hell with this storming CD mini-album. Here they choose to perform cover-versions (including mad sin, the stray cats and die arzte) in their punkabilly style, with Mad Sin frontman kofte making a guest appearance. Also includes a bonus video track....
Tumblin’ Go-go’s, The
Submitted by kitti (06 August 2009)
The fourth album of Dutch band, which calls their own style powerbilly has, in my opinion, more power than billly. Hard sound reminds me more of psycho than rockabilly (oh, it was probably wrong article which describe them as 50s rockabilly band). For those who didn’t meet those guys, I will make fast introduction: the band...
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