POA, Erotics, The Prisoners, Clashing Plaid and Salems Outlaws at Oddity Bar

 22 May
 Oddity Bar
 500 Greenhill Ave - 19805 - Wilmington - United States
 Vincent Kilpatrick
Like the NY Dolls? Ramones? Alice Cooper? Early GNR and Crue? Well this is for you: THE PROPHETS OF ADDICTION "Reunite the Sinners" USA Tour is coming to Oddity Bar with NYs glam-slam, punk anti-heroes THE EROTICS in tow. Along with CLASHING PLAID, THE PRISONERS AND SALEM'S OUTLAWS (ex-Murdersmile) Friday, May 22nd at 8pm. Don't miss out on the most debauched show of the year... ------------------------------------------------------------------- The Prophets Of Addiction will be touring the USA and Europe in support of their Sophomore release “Reunite the Sinners” available on Incorruption/Cargo UK Records. This is possibly the best album of its genre for many a moon-if only Guns N' Roses still made records like this the world would be a better place."www.uberrock.co.uk The press has likened the band to: Guns n Roses The Ramones, Motley Crue, Dead Boys,LA Guns, Hanoi Rocks, Lords of the New Church, and all that is cool. The band's debut CD, "Babylon Boulevard" was released in Europe with major distribution with Cargo Records and Incorruption Records in USA October 2012. In 2014 Prophets Of Addiction embarked on two tours of the USA performing 127 dates all across the USA including festival dates and has since been confirmed for several more festivals in 2015. Besides the USA the band has toured Europe, the United Kingdom, and Australia with a return trip to Europe in the works for 2015 . Currently the band is working on new material and in the pre production stages for the next release which is scheduled to be released in spring of 2015. WEBSITE: http://poarocks.com/ FACEBOOK: https://www. facebook.com/ TheProphetsofAddiction Here is what the press is saying: ( to read all press please visit http://poarocks.com/press) "Every once in a great – and blessed – while, a band comes along that encapsulates everything that’s great about rock-n-roll. The Prophets of Addiction is that band. These guys are so authentic and such masters at what they do that it’s like some mad scientist extracted the pure essence from their genre – Mötley Crüe, Guns N’ Roses, The Ramones, Hanoi Rocks, LA Guns, Lords of the New Church and all the best glam/punk bands – and gave rise to The Prophets of Addiction. With songs that will play in your head long after the CD stops and looks that kill, The Prophets of Addiction are the total package. It’s been way too long for a band like POA to come to us lovers of metal, mascara and musical mayhem. Their debut album “Babylon Boulevard” brings back those freewheeling, whiskey soaked, halcyon days (nights, really) when the Sunset Strip hosted countless punk/metal mash-up bands looking to hit the big time – and, of course, all the girls, girls, girls they could get." Tacoma Weekly "Babylon Boulevard is one of the best debuts for a long time in this genre" 9/10 Metal Hammer Magazine "Dont let their glitter image fool you, for this bunch join the dots between Alice Cooper and the Ramones."www.DMME.net "To be honest I was looking forward to reviewing this band but dreading it at the same time. I have heard so many great things about them and did not want to be disappointed, well I can definitely say I wasn't. From the opening song I was hooked." Underkill TV "These cats have taken the best of NYC's sleaze-punk days (Johnny Thunders, the Throbs, Circus of Power) and the best of the early glam-sleaze days (Hanoi Rocks, Dogs D'Amour) and slammed them together with the force of a hundred freight trains. There's no studio trickery here either, these are raw recordings that sound gloriously like the band playing live on the best night of their lives."www.massmovement.co.uk Links: https://www.facebook.com/TheProphetsofAddiction?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/theerotics?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/theprisonersusa?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/pages/CLASHING-PLAID/115960768268?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/salemsoutlaws?fref=ts

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