It’s been a while since we posted anything here, but now we have a new song with an awesome mash-up video based on cult b-movies like Frankenhooker and The Man With Two Brains.
It’s called Need Your Brain and it’s the definitive guide to a successful DIY brain transplant. Just kidding. Don’t try this at home!
A lot of good things happened to us in 2017, here’s a brief summary.
We came out with 6 new songs this year. Endless Halloween was featured on Cleopatra Records’ Punk Rock Halloween compilation alongside bands like the Dwarves, Reel Big Fish, UK Subs, Vibrators, Calabrese, Guttermouth and many others. This release means a lot to us. (We were also part of Cleopatra’s Punk Rock Christmas comp in 2015, but that was not an original song but a Cheap Trick cover – which has gathered 18K plays on Spotify since then.)
Sid & Nancy Do NYC got featured on Spotify’s official New Punk Tracks playlist among the most important punk releases of August.
The video of Happy Birthday, which we released the year before, exploded on YouTube in 2017, getting over half a million views and becoming our most viewed video. (Never underestimate the power of tits!) Continue reading →
Christmas Is Canceled! Here’s our new video featuring mall zombies, bloodthirsty Christmas trees, evil Santas, the KKK, Femen, Kim Jong Un, Donald Trump and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. Get ready for Black Friday!
The song is available for download on Bandcamp. You can also find it on Spotify, Deezer, iTunes, etc.
Cleopatra Records from Los Angeles will release the compilation Punk Rock Halloween – Loud Fast & Scary on 13 Oct 2017.
The compilation will feature a brand new Bankrupt tracks alongside cool Halloween-themed punk rock tracks by legendary punk rock bands like The Dwarves, UK Subs, The Vibrators, 999, The Adolescents, Reel Big Fish, Calabrese and Down By Law just to name a few. You can already listen to song snippets on Amazon.
Our new song Sid and Nancy Do NYC has been added to Spotify’s New Punk playlist as one of the 50 best punk releases this week alongside bands like Anti Flag, Propagandhi, The Bronx, Peter And The Test Tube Babies, The Creepshow and The Lillingtons. We’ve always known it’s a good song, but now it’s official. 🙂 You’ll find the playlist here, we’re at no. 14.
The release have also been covered by punknews.org and dyingscene.com.