Raucous, blues-based, big guitars and big drums, uncompromising — “Hollywood” rockers JUNKYARD who hit MTV and radio hard with self-titled 1989 Geffen Records debut.
And as one of the great guttersnipe L.A. bands of the late ’80s — a storied crew that includes GUNS N’ ROSES, LITTLE CAESAR, THE HANGMEN — Junkyard were proud to be part of “one of the last great rock ‘n’ roll scenes.”
Junkyard are better than ever and as singer and founding member David Roach explains, in recent years, JUNKYARD had a blast playing “reunion” shows, which quickly turned into mini-tours through Spain and packed gigs across America. New songs began percolating…
“I had no grand illusions of a magnum opus, or that we’d try and recreate what we were 25 years ago,” Roach states. “This album is not a departure; it’s a rock ‘n’ roll record (with a nod to punk rock and outlaw country) from JUNKYARD with songs about life, love, regret, addiction and memories.”
Doors: 7.30pm, Tuesday 6th November.