Hellbillys

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Hellbillys
Origin Oakland, California
Genres Psychobilly
Metal
Years active 1989 – present
Labels Split Seven
Planet Records
Website www.hellbillys.com
Members Scary
Demonic Dan
Rockn Rick
J.J. Jenkins
Past members Johnny Tabaltix
Gary "Gut-X" Gutfeld
Ezra "Chicken Stomper" Daly
Marcus Henderson
Cary "The Count of Dismemberment" Kirk
Stark Raving Brad
For the Norwegian country rock group, see Hellbillies.

Hellbillys is a psychobilly band from Oakland, California. The band formed in 1989 and on their MySpace page they claim to be "the longest running Psychobilly band in the states.".[1]

Lead singer Scary also plays in a Misfits tribute band called Plan 9. Guitarist Dan Watson also played in Hexx. The Drummer is JJ Jenkins. Rockin' Rick is the original and current bassist again after living in England for several years where he played for Demented Are Go and then The Hangmen.

Their cover of "Blast Off" appears on the 2006 psychobilly compilation Go Cat Go! A Tribute to Stray Cats.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

45's[edit]

  • Rhythem and Ooze (Dionysus Records)
  • Knocked Up and Gun Crazy (Ragin Records)
  • It's Alive (Bottle Cap Records)
  • Evil (Dionysus Records)

Compilations[edit]

  • Songs the Cramps Taught Us (Jungle Noise Records)
  • Rumble Party Vol 3 (Fury)
  • Rumble Party Vol 5 (Fury)
  • Freeways To Skinner Kat
  • I've Got My Friends
  • Hotter Than Hell (Hairball 8)
  • Go Cat Go! A Tribute to Stray Cats (Hairball 8, 2006)

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