wicked spins radio presents Alice's Wicked Tea Party a Music Festival for the Alternatives.. Tickets £40 Advance £50 on the gate. Two Days with camping included A Tribal gathering for the alternative scene : Post-Punk - Goth - Garage - Alt Rock - Industrial - Experimental and everything visually entertaining - from past / present.and future innovators. Venue location Pending There will be two stages set up - catering - camping + camping facilities The event will be limited to 500 tickets to keep it as a small and intimate affair. Anarchistwood - She Made Me Do It - tunnelmental experimental assembly - Riot In Paradise - deadfilmstar - Unstoppable Achievers - The Cureheads - Sanguine - Doghouse SICKNOTETickets Save
Dick Venom, Wrex St.Clair, Stevie Vee, Dusty Vegas
Sounds Like: The Cramps (Band), Iggy And The Stooges, King Kurt, The StingRays, Dead Kennedys
Manager: Jailhouse Morgue
Bio: "The true future sound of rockabilly/psychobilly" (Penny Black Music) are set to return with their sharpest, most playful and most deliciously sleazy single to date.
Primal, primeval and sexually charged 'Invasion of the SpiderQueen' / 'Planet of the HoneyFuzz' sets out to quench your insatiabl...See Full Bio
Dick Venom & the Terrortones has a show on 2015-04-10 at 19:00 @ Actress & Bi... in Birmingham http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5qlvup #concert
"Somewhere along the line, in that weird period that we collectively refer to as the 90s, rock and roll lost its raw hedonism, that adolescent and primal magic that made so much rock worth listening to. When that crazed youth vamoosed we were left in a vacuum only filled by shoegaze musicians. Now, while shoegaze is good, can it really match the madness of the MC5 or The Troggs? This is why we have Dick Venom and the Terrortones, they are here to restore our sense of rock and roll with fun and bombastic music that gets to your gut and reminds us what rock and roll should really be about. Their new single Invasion of the Spider Queen/Planet of the Honeyfuzz represents the filth and grime that need to accumulate to create something as glorious as these guys have made ... Dick Venom & The Terrortones could very well lead a return to straight up rock and roll, and none of this vest metal stuff, but pure, unadulterated, unapologetic Iggy Pop inspired punk. Check them out!"