The Phantom Rockers

The Phantom Rockers

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Biography

The Phantom Rockers were formed in 1988 in the U.K. after singer Mark Burke left The Krewmen. Their second album “Kissed by a Werewolf” became the best selling Psychobilly record in Europe in 1989 and it established the Phantom Rockers in the U.K.

They’ve been credited, along with the Meteors, to bringing Psychobilly to the U.S. with their 1993 American Tour. After 17 years, the Phantom Rockers have released 10 albums and have shared the stage with many influential bands such as The Guana Batz, Meteors, Anti-Nowhere League, and Rev. Horton Heat.

The Phantom Rockers now reside in Texas and are contributing to the growing psycho scene. The new line-up includes Scotty Tecce (Kim Lenz, The Fabulous Harmonaires), Nick Warneke (The Atomic Fiends), and Jake Galindo (Sick City Daggers). When asked what makes them different from other psychobilly bands their response was “Bigger Dicks, More Shaggin.”

Discography

Shag-Squirt ~1995 (Tomb-Disc)
Av' Some of This! ~1997 (Tombstone)
Rise Up ~ 2003 (Drunkabilly)
On the Loose ~2005 (Split 7)