Maniac: Vocals, Harmonica
Bedlam: Vocals, Guitar
The Rock: Bass
Vibrating, hard, bluesy and heavy rock with quite a dose of punk, you could call it.
Like if Guns’n’Roses, AC/DC, Aerosmith, The Rolling Stones and the Beastie Boys all ran their heads together in one giant crash.
2008 – The band is formed by vocalist/harmonica player Maniac and guitarist/vocalist Bedlam. They immediately start work on their debut album.
2009 – The self-titled debut album “Killer Clan of F.U.N.” is released in April and the band starts playing live on a regular basis.
2010 – The touring intensifies and in the fall work on the second album begins.
2011 – While recording the follow-up album Killer Clan of F.U.N. continues to play shows throughout the year, with a sold-out show at Mejeriet, Lund, Sweden
and a succesful set at Skogsröjet festival as highlights.
In August the album “The World of Voodoo” is released.
2012 – The band takes a break from the live circuit (with a few exceptions) to focus on writing and recording to their full potential.
15 new songs is being honed to perfection and readied for release.
2013 – The single “Hocus Pocus” is released on January 8th to great acclaim from fans, hailed as the bands strongest effort to date.
14 more songs will be digitally released over the course of the year, compiled into three seperate EP’s, and will display a wide range of material that incorporates all of their different influences.
The line-up now consisting of founding members Maniac and Bedlam and longtime bassplayer The Rock is being rounded out and the band is gearing up to once again hit the road!