and All That Glitters Is Dead, The Erotics with their latest CD Rock-N-Roll Killing Machine have cultivated a sound harking back to the days when rock-n-roll was real, dirty, and unwashed. But with an ear for catchy refrains, sleazy riffs, driving rhythms, and more low-slung guitar swagger then a surly James Dean, The Erotics have set themselves apart by not only capturing the essence of rock-n-roll rebellion, but also by infusing it with a new, refreshing sound that could very well be what saves it. Live The Erotics are masters of the stage. Trash captivates the audience with his engaging vocals and commanding guitar performance while Billy and Johnny pull in all the corners, refusing to let the audience passively dismiss the band. Audiences have proved highly receptive with vocal interactions, crowd participation, and brisk merchandise sales.
Banter revolving around past and upcoming shows has fueled curiosity and legend, drawing more and more fans with every performance. Following the release of Rock-N-Roll Killing Machine, 2005 was a busy year for Trash and his cohorts. With the CD garnering rave reviews and a buzz stretching around the globe, the band struck out on its most ambitious touring schedule yet. Embarking on their first European tour with dates across England and Italy coupled with a cross country jaunt from New York to Hollywood, the band continued to build on a growing groundswell of support that looks to push the band into the next level of notoriety and infamy. The coming year looks to be as busy as ever with plans to return to the studio as well as a more extensive European touring schedule to capitalize on The Erotics growing international fan base. As one of the best kept (not-so) secrets in rock, The Erotics are riding the wave of the new rock-n-roll resurgence and are leading the charge, poised to expose themselves and sleazy, kick-ass rock-n-roll to the entire world.
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