Drunk Injuns

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The Drunk Injuns
Also known as The Drunk Injuns from North Dakota
Origin San Jose, California
Genres Skate punk
Years active 1983–present
Labels Beware Records, Alternative Tentacles
Website http://www.drunkinjuns.org
Members Mörizen Föche aka MoFo/Restless Spirit (vocals)
Ray Stevens II aka Johnny Yuma (bass)
Mike Fox aka Whölley Smökkes (guitar)
Mike Voss aka Stoned Wolf (guitar)
Matt Etheridge aka Sitting Duck (drums)

The Drunk Injuns is a skate punk band formed in 1983. The band members wear masks that resemble Indian ghost warriors. They claim to believe the masks allow them to channel the spirit world to gain control of their bodies and play better music.


Vocalist/producer Mörizen Föche originally created and directed Thrasher Magazine's Skate Rock compilation series, and was ultimately responsible for identifying the musical phenomenon in a series of magazine articles, and is credited with coining the term "Skate Rock".[1] In 1983, MoFo approached the members of the seminal San Jose skate punk band Los Olvidados about forming a new band. MoFo suggested the group don Indian masks.


Main albums[edit]

Title Year
1983 My Dad Butch
1985 Crimes Against Humanity
1987 Frontside Grind
2002 From Where The Sun Now Stands I Will Fight No More, Forever


Title Year
1983 Thrasher SkateRock Volume 1 - Thrasher SkateRock
1984 Thrasher SkateRock Volume 2 - Blazing Wheels And Barking Trucks
1988 Thrasher SkateRock Volume 6 - Road Rash


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