Last night’s gig was OK, the only annoying thing was the technician starting to complain about the volume halfway the gig. Punk rock is loud, accept it. Our amps go to eleven. Continue reading
As the generation gap is constantly widening between us and the latest generation of punk rockers, we need to find solace in comparing ourselves to bands that are even older than us. This list doesn’t include novelty punk rock acts featuring very old people, such as One Foot In The Grave, or Team Spider, it’s more like a longest running punk band list with some special considerations.
The rules: bands first got points for active years, then they got penalty points for losing key members, releasing less than 10 albums, or releasing non-punk stuff, or received a bonus point for featuring an extra old member. Obviously, we didn’t consider bands here that reformed without any key members just to perform at the Holidays In The Sun festival. Here’s the list: Continue reading
Next Friday (Oct 15) we’ll play another gig in Budapest. This time it’s gonna be the Delirium Pub (VII. Kertész utca 33), and the other bands in the line-up will be the Vaporizers and Them Apples.
If you don’t come, you’ll be making Dirty Harry very angry, and you certainly don’t want that, do you? Continue reading
As of today, we have exactly 20,000 listeners on last.fm, which sounds pretty good, even if a lot of these people have probably just heard one song on the radio. (The average listener has listened to 4 Bankrupt songs.) Our most popular album is Shorter Than Danny DeVito with 15,220 listeners, and it contains our 2 biggest last.fm hits: Record Store Renegade (5,524 listeners) and 18 Now (4,386 listeners). Each of these songs is more popular than any other Bankrupt album: Bad Hair Day has 3,364 listeners, Rocket to Riot City has 2,526, Listen has 1,191, and Razor Wires And Neon Lights has only 688 (it deserves more). Continue reading