So. Cal's lowridin', Garage rockin', LOS INFERNOS, are at it again!
Straight outta Riverside and twice as hot comes the band's sophomore
full-length release, the aptly titled, Rock and Roll Nightmare.
Known for their crazy live shows and quirky brand of greaser rock,
the INFERNOS have stepped it up a notch by enlisting the production
skills of Michael Rosen (Rancid, Less than Jake, Union 13). The
result - a whole lotta grease and even more rockpower!
madness began circa 1994 in the Inland Empire, a glorious spot
between the Mojave desert and Los Angeles, known for its bounty of
smog, date palms, and meth labs. In 1996, LOS INFERNOS charged
forth with their debut album "Planet K.A.O.S" and a whole lot of
chaos ensued. The band boasts a list of previous drummers rivaling
Spinal Tap. Nonetheless, the INFERNOS have remained married to the
road- criss-crossing the country, leaving audiences in flames. On
tours with REV. HORTON HEAT, SUPERSUCKERS, TENDERLOIN, and AGENT
ORANGE (to name a few), LOS INFERNOS gained nationwide critical
acclaim. After witnessing a scorching performance in Denver, Jello
Biafra rushed to release The Outlaw 7" on Alternative Tentacles in
April '99- and the rest is history.
Check out their awesomely
tuneful LP/CD "Rock and Roll Nightmare" out now on Alternative