With Sledgeback, May 2012
The driving force behind Seattle band Sledgeback is Gabi Hun, a force of nature who began playing in punk bands in his native Hungary back in the early nineties. Sledgeback looks the part of seasoned punk rockers. They’ve been around the punk rock world a few times and they sport . . . → Read More: You Can’t Fake Rock’n Roll – An Interview With Gabi Hun of Sledgeback, By Holly Homan
Recently I was given the new release by Seattle Oi band, Sledgeback called 7 Years Like A Broken Record. In my humble opinion, Sledgeback should be given the title of Seattle’s foremost oi band. They bring oi to its most pure levels.
Singer Gabi Hun is originally from Hungary and this gives Sledgeback its . . . → Read More: 7 Years Like A Broken Record by Seattle’s Foremost Oi Band, Sledgeback, Brings Punk To The Forefront Where It Belongs, By Holly Homan
The Real McKenzies
May 18, 2012 will go down in infamy as one of the best shows I’ve seen! It will also be remembered as the night that cured the common cold. Really, I was sick all week, feeling totally punk, but not the good kind of punk, but now I feel human again. . . . → Read More: The Real McKenzies, CiVET, 13 Scars, Sledgeback, & Rat City Ruckus Set the Night On Fire at Seattle’s El Corazon, By Holly Homan
This CD is a compilation of songs by Seattle bands The Generators and Sledgeback and Hungarian band C.A.F.B. The songs by the latter are all sung and titled in Hungarian. The CD begins with The Generators Tears of Repentence, which is a catchy enough punk/pop tune with plenty of hooks throughout to keep the . . . → Read More: 3 of a Kind — A CD by Generators, Sledgeback & C.A.F.B, By Holly Homan