UK punk legends The Adicts tenth studio album release & the bands debut album with DC-Jam Records. For the last thirty-five years, English punk band The Adicts have been in a relentless pursuit of making music and touring for their fans. Night after night, singer Monkey adorns his signature jester’s outfit while his cohorts Pete Dee (guitar), Scruff” Ellis (guitar), Kid Dee, (drums), and Shahen (bass) back him dressed in all white. Since their highly revered debut, Songs of Praise, in 1981, which featured the fan favorite “Viva la Revolution,” The Adicts have gone on to become one of the most influential punk bands of the last three decades. A feat that very few bands have ever accomplished. While others in the early English punk scene took a heavy heart singing about politics, society and angst, The Adicts separated themselves with their dystopian style and upbeat music with light-hearted lyrics that jabbed with sarcasm. Fast forward to 2012 and the only thing that’s changed is the world around them. On September 11, The Adicts will release their tenth studio album, one that is sure to surprise fans. For their latest release, the band stepped out on the ledge, integrating new styles and influences in their music, while maintaining their signature sound.
Limited to 300 copies with poster & printed lyrics innersleeve. (DC-Jam Records)
(DC-Jam Records)