Demented are Go, Blue Carpet Band + Thee Creepfreaks @ The Flag, Watford, Watford [3 February]

Demented are Go, Blue Carpet Band + Thee Creepfreaks

19:00 - 23:00

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The Flag, Watford
7 Station Rd, WD17 1ET Watford, United Kingdom
Insanity, insanity! Welcome back to DEMENTED ARE GO, “Welcome Back To Insanity Hall”! What is there to say about DEMENTED ARE GO that hasn’t already been said or invented? They are a band that has inflicted their twisted version of rock ‘n’ roll on the world for 3 decades, from the legendary Klub Foot via clubs, squats and festivals all over the world. They have built up a loyal following of Psychobillies, Punks, Goths, Geeks and Freaks who just can’t get enough of DAG’s sound. Always a live act not to be missed, their catalogue of releases over the years is proof that the band is always evolving and never restricted to one scene. The reason for the bands longevity and popularity is down to one man, Sparky. A one man riot who sold his soul for Rock‘n’Roll!
Uncompromising, unpredictable with a voice that sounds like he’s been gargling hot gravel he is instantly recognizable as one of rock ‘n’ rolls true leaders. How he has kept the band going for 30 years is beyond explanation.

-In Sickness and In Health| (1986)
-Kicked Out of Hell (1988)
-The Day the Earth Spat Blood (1989)
-Orgasmic Nightmare (1991)
-Tangenital Madness On A Pleasant Side Of Hell
-Hellucifernation (1999)
-Hellbilly Storm (P.L.Y. 2005)
-Welcome Back To Insanity Hall (P.L.Y. 2012)
Line Up:
Sparky (vocals)
Grischa (doublebass)
Holger (guitar )
Gabeul (drums )
The amazing Blue Carpet Band
“Down and Dirty sweat encrusted songs”
9/10 Louder Than War

«Such a great night last night in Hersham all the bands giving it 100% but if i had to make a call of band of the night it would be this lot The Blue Carpet Band… a hypnotic mix of sleazy Stooges/Dead Boys rawk n roll, rockabilly Elvis married to a a garage punk hooker, just brilliant, recently signed up by a record company this last week they fully deserve it, watching the punters last night. even the ones previously static could not help but swing their hips. Djamel Abina… the frontman, fantastic charisma, he's got the moves, but best of all no fear… he will jump off the stage and land on your back… but you wont mind… 'cos you're in the groove bro… 10 /10, seriously go see em»

Andy Luckett, Original UK Punk Family 07/05/17

«Blue Carpet Band: what can I say? BLOWN AWAY! Djamel Abina is the best frontman I have seen since Lydon as Johnny Rotten: mesmerising and a future star backed up by a phenomenal band.»

«Only saying what everyone else was saying. There are no limits to what your band can achieve. I have seen a lot of legendary bands in the past 48 years, some on their first or second gig but very few impressed me as much as the Blue Carpet Band did last night.»

Marco Gloder, Flicknife Records 21/10/17

«The only way is up keep it going that way».

Spizz Energi 21/10/17

«Finally, a band who are gonna be up there with the best one day, if not already, I give you The Blue Carpet Band, outrageous energy, superb musicians, one of the best drummers ive seen for a while and the voice from Djamel screaming the house down. Seen these a few times now and getting better each time. One of my fave bands over the past few years, yet another astonishing set from the lads daaaarn saaarth. Till the next time lads, cheers.»
Johnny Reay, Liverpool 16/11/17

And Thee Creepfreaks join the party to launch their first album and to bid farewell to their drummer.
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