The Hangmen

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The Hangmen
Origin North East England
Genres Punk
Rock & Roll
Years active 1990–present
Website [1]
Members Loz Firewalker
Kill 'Em Gillham

The Hangmen are a punk rockabilly band from the North East of England. The Hangmen play punk/rockabilly music under the generic term of psychobilly. They are not to be confused with the Los Angeles, California based punk band[1][2] with the same name.

The band has released seven albums along with compilation appearances, singles, several DVDs and also an art movie cameo.

Live highlights include their movie-shot New York Rumble Festival appearance, performing at CBGB in New York City and the distinction of ‘Live-pick-of-the-week’ in the national music press during a Canadian tour.


Current line-up (autumn 2010 onwards)

  • Loz Firewalker (guitar, vocals)
  • Michael "Kill 'Em" Gillham (drums)
  • Dr. Kirk (bass)

Albums and EPs[edit]

Album Title Year Record Label
Cacklefest 2007 Abattoir Records - AB0701
Play Dead 2003 Tombstone Records - TOMBCD2062
No Happy Endings Unknown Ripper Records - RiP1888
No Happy Endings 2001 P&P Records - PP004
Original Sins 2001 Crazy Love Records - CLCD6490
Tested on Animals 1998 Bone Tone - BTCD981
Last Train to Purgatory 1995 Bone Tone - BTCD951
Gutbucket Rock N'Roll 1991 Rockhouse Records

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "The Hangmen". Retrieved 2012-12-18. 
  2. ^ Jeffries, Vincent. "The Hangmen - Music Biography, Credits and Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2012-12-18.