SOUTHERN Californian punk rock band Strung Out is headed to Perth for three shows.
Strung Out was one of the first bands signed to Fat Mike’s Fat Wreck Chords, releasing its debut album in 1994.
But the band’s follow-up record Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues was the one that proved Mike’s faith in the band.
With 13 tracks, the album “guaranteed carnage every time the play button was hit”.
Twenty-two years later and Strung Out is preparing to play the album in full for the first time ever.
The lads will hit the stage at The Northshore Tavern in Hillarys on July 6, Hell Hole in Perth on July 7 and the Prince of Wales Hotel in Bunbury on July 5 for a “veritable maelstrom of shout-along moshing craziness resulting in ringing ears, sweat-soaked tees and huge smiles on the faces of ecstatic fans”.
As well as the album, fans should also expect to hear other favourites including Analog, Calling, Blueprint Of The Fall and Ashes.
There will also be performances from support acts Kerb, Mutt and Blindspot in Hillarys and The Decline and Freak Vibe in Perth.
Tickets from www.moshtix.com.au.