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Fatal Flying Guilloteens

Grafting the blues onto frantic and ultra-crude punk rock, The Fatal Flyin' Guilloteens originally got together in January of 1996 for the intention of opening up a Junior Varsity show in Kingwood, Texas. Slated as a one show act, the band didn't take themselves seriously as they dressed up in matching Lone Ranger uniforms. But word spread about their sloppy garage punk humor and boundless energy, as did the opportunity to open up for the likes of The Drags, The Pee Chees, The Makers and Servotron. Two years after their ragged stage debut, The Fatal Flyin' Guilloteens released their self-title ...read more

Grafting the blues onto frantic and ultra-crude punk rock, The Fatal Flyin' Guilloteens originally got together in January of 1996 for the intention of opening up a Junior Varsity show in Kingwood, Texas. Slated as a one show act, the band didn't take themselves seriously as they dressed up in matching Lone Ranger uniforms. But word spread about their sloppy garage punk humor and boundless energy, as did the opportunity to open up for the likes of The Drags, The Pee Chees, The Makers and Servotron. Two years after their ragged stage debut, The Fatal Flyin' Guilloteens released their self-titled debut EP on Twistworthy Records before following in 1999 with the EP's Danger West and Ask Marie Antoinette. Their first full-length album, Now Hustle for New Diaboliks was issued in early 2001; the follow up, Get Knifed, was produced by former Big Boy Tim Kerr and was released in the Spring of 2003. « hide


Get Knifed
2008

3.5
1 Votes

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