Rick Dangerous And The Silkie Bantams 'Thrust Machine' Ep Launch, W/ Hammers

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The Harbour Agency and Crossroad Creative present:

Rick Dangerous & the Silkie Bantams 'Thrust Machine' EP Launch Tour 2016, with special guests, HAMMERS.

Fri 20th May - The Bearded Lady - Brisbane, QLD

Having just finished up an East-Coast run of dates in support of their new single 'Bruja', Rick Dangerous and his band of cocks aren't wasting any time getting back out on the road, this time for the main event - the 'Thrust Machine' EP launch tour!

Thrust Machine, the bands second EP release, is a 7-track mini-opus, of balls-out, no-fucks-given, heavy Rock N' Roll. Flying the coop on April 22nd through MGM/Green, the EP release will see the band embark on their biggest Aussie headline tour to date. Rick first assembled his feathered friends back in 2014, Oscar de la Talon (guitar), Sir Gregory Peck (bass) and Feather Locklear (drums) to inappropriately suckle at the teat of the Australian music scene, and that’s exactly what they have done.

"With highly-danceable groove-metal riffage, some of the most clever and hilarious lyrics you’ve heard this century and a bespectacled tea-sipping frontman who pelvic-thrusts like a sexual maths teacher whilst screaming like a deranged psychopath, Rick Dangerous & The Silkie Bantams have one of the most captivating and entertaining live shows in Australia right now" - Music Feeds

Tagging along for the ride is Byron Bay's Rock N' Roll machine Hammers. Taking influence from a diverse range of styles, Stoner Rock, Metal, Blues, blended with the anecdotal style of country and spat in your face with the attitude of punk rock, Hammers deliver a booze-soaked Rock N' Roll experience that is sure to get the party started. Having shared the stage with the likes of Brant Bjork (USA), Havok (USA), King Parrot, High Tension and Gay Paris to name a few, Hammers are quickly carving themselves a name in the Aussie Rock scene. Their new single 'The Other Side' is out now.

Do not miss Rick Dangerous & the Silkie Bantams this May/June as they thrust their way around the country in support of their new EP.

“‘Thrustcore’ sounds more like a painful exercise than a genre of music, so stepping into the bowels of the Crowbar I didn’t quite know what to expect from a so-named hazardous man and his brood of cocks. I need not have worried as I was in for one of the most engaging shows of the year to date” – www.moistpromotion.com
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