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Mad Sin vs. other psychobilly

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Mad Sin vs. other psychobilly

Post  Matt Benson on Tue Mar 08, 2011 5:49 pm

I know Nekroman is a great bass player, and I like Nekromantix quite a bit... but damn, is there a better psychobilly band out there than Mad Sin? What a Face
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Post  wakmaster on Sat Mar 12, 2011 2:05 am

dont the meteors have an acronym about them being the only true psychobilly?
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Post  Ross on Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:19 pm

Mad Sin and the Koffin Kats are the 2 for me.
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Re: Mad Sin vs. other psychobilly

Post  Matt Benson on Tue Mar 29, 2011 11:26 am

wakmaster wrote:dont the meteors have an acronym about them being the only true psychobilly?

Well, whatever Mad Sin is... their last several albums are just fun as hell for me to listen to... so much going on.

I'd love to sing some psychobilly but I'm not scary enough to write the lyrics.
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Re: Mad Sin vs. other psychobilly

Post  wakmaster on Thu Mar 31, 2011 3:39 pm

you can do sci fi too, if youre into that.
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Re: Mad Sin vs. other psychobilly

Post  kilo on Sun Jun 12, 2011 3:50 pm

Have you ever checked out the gutter demons?
http://www.myspace.com/gutterdemons Go here and listen to hell bent on rockin.
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Post  old and bitter on Fri Jun 24, 2011 9:10 am

matt, check out the Peacocks. freaking awesome band from sweden. also The Dead Kings, Koefte's side project.

I've been talking to Koefte from Mad Sin about coming to Nashviille, but the turnout at the last few psycho shows we've done has been dismal. I'm not willing to put up that kind of money, when chances are 20 people will show up. Honestly, we're taking a break from bringing bands to town, I'm tired of apologizing.

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Post  Matt Benson on Tue Jun 28, 2011 3:19 pm

I haven't made it out to them, either, so I'm part of the problem. That said, the turnout for Nekromantix suggests to me that Mad Sin would be an exception to y'all's recent experiences. What would their guarantee be, presuming they were already in the states doing a few shows?

And thanks for the suggestions... also, let me know when you want your Utah County Swillers CD back... I've had it for like a year and a half. Shocked
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Post  old and bitter on Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:51 pm

realistically- probably 1500 for a weeknight plus rooms, and backline rental.

I'm not willing to take that kind of risk in Nashville. Crowds are too fickle.

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Post  Matt Benson on Thu Jun 30, 2011 5:57 pm

So add on HBC's guarantee, and we have a target amount for the collection plate?
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Post  old and bitter on Mon Aug 08, 2011 3:30 pm

Matt Benson wrote:So add on HBC's guarantee, and we have a target amount for the collection plate?

so, I'm catching up on stuff. We're home from tour for 3 days. RE: Mad Sin show. HBC doesn't ever take money off of shows we book. All money beyond invested expenses (production fee, posters etc.) goes to the touring bands. We've never made a dime off of bringing out of town bands here.

As far as Mad Sin goes, Their booking agency, Libertalia is now booking HBC's west coast dates, and when they get ready to do another US tour, I might be able to swing something. I'm just not willing to go out on a 4 digit limb to make it happen.

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Re: Mad Sin vs. other psychobilly

Post  Matt Benson on Wed Aug 10, 2011 1:15 pm

& I don't blame you one bit. I was just thinking that if Nashville's punk and rockabilly fans want to see Mad Sin, they could pool "pledges" towards the guarantee. Not enough pledges, not enough interest. Tough shit. Neutral
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Re: Mad Sin vs. other psychobilly

Post  Bourtney on Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:33 pm

For me, Mad Sin is hands down the best. Their guitar player, Matt Vudu, is damn talented. Nekromantix are good, but I still like Zombie Ghost Train better (I'll get ridiculed for saying that, I know).

I just moved to Nashville from San Diego, and I missing the psycho scene. I'd be willing to spend $20 to see Mad Sin play in town somewhere, more if there were an extra perk (like a kill the keg night). Also - and it might just be me not looking in the right places - I don't see a whole lot of promotion for psycho shows. When The Limit Club played FooBar last month, I found it by accident when I was scouring (and I mean scouring) the internet for ANY psycho/rockabilly show, and I barely made it in time for their set.

and... a few others bands that tickle my fancy:
The Chop Tops, Frenzy, Barnyard Ballers, Frantic Flintstones, The Dwarves, Flametrick Subs, The Rocketz, No Dice, Bamboula, Phenomenauts... the list is a blend of rockabilly/psycho/punk, but sometimes the distinction is just too blurry.
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