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FleshEatingMothers

FleshEatingMothers

FleshEatingMothers


Flesh eating Mothers was an austrian High Energy Rock'n'Roll Band formed in 2006. The band name was taken over from the same-named Splatter Movie. Influenced by the Music of the '70s, High Energy Rock'n'Roll was played loud and hard as you know it from MC5, Gluecifer, Hellacopters and many more.... After some rehearsal sessions they started to write their own Songs and doing some Live-Gigs with a setlist full of heavy Rock'n'Roll During the EP Recording Session two members left the band because of personal reasons. Read more on Last.fm
Flesh eating Mothers was an austrian High Energy Rock'n'Roll Band formed in 2006. The band name was taken over from the same-named Splatter Movie. Influenced by the Music of the '70s, High Energy Rock'n'Roll was played loud and hard as you know it from MC5, Gluecifer, Hellacopters and many more.... After some rehearsal sessions they started to write their own Songs and doing some Live-Gigs with a setlist full of heavy Rock'n'Roll During the EP Recording Session two members left the band because of personal reasons. 2008 they released the 6 Tracked EP "Don't talk to Strangers" with the new Line-Up. They split in March 2009 after their "Farewell Gig" at the Arena Beisl (Vienna). Flesh eating Mothers were: Lead Guitar & Vocals: Michael Böbel Guitar & Backing Vocals: Thomas Gulyas Lead Guitar & Harp: Andreas Lechner Bass: Thomas Pint Drums: Alexander Böbel --- Former Members: Mathias Temmel - Vocals Roman Csandl - Vocals Gunnar Bachkönig - Bass DEMON WOMAN LIVE @ THE U4 Vienna http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBIrtf4E2Xo Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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