Label: Junk, Mans Ruin, American Icon, Steel Cage, TSB, Scarey Records....
Manager: Malcolm McLaren Jr.
Bio: Although punk has always been known for its in-your-face attitude, not all punk bands are interested in fighting the power. Punk has had its sociopolitical agitators — the Sex Pistols, the Clash, and the Dead Kennedys were among early punk’s more famous protest bands — but there have been many pu...See Full Bio
“Murder, sexual depravity, and proudly being a fuckup: Welcome to Gerry's world. On the fourth platter by Austin scum punk agitators the Bulemics, singer Gerry Atric plays the roles of pervert, shit-head, and demon with distinction, flaunting his I-don't-give-a-fuck doctrine in motormouth mission statement "Invocation," advertising a "world without morality or sense of wrong or right." The local quintet sounding like the Dwarves on steroids. Much of the credit belongs to metal-quality guitarist Jason "Ginchy" Kottwitz throwing down burning rock solos over the group's wiry hardcore riffs. Indeed, the Bulemics are a rare example in the punk sector that, 20 years after forming, holding credible chaos in their hearts works wonders. Late career triumph Something Wicked This Way Comes solidifies their legacy as a landmark ATX punk act”