SoCal punk rockers, Infamous Stiffs are back with a six-song live EP, Lockdown Live.
Lockdown Live is the sophomore release for Infamous Stiffs via Riot Records/Golden Robot Records. The EP includes the new single Kill for the Sound (Live) out now alongside the music video for the track.
Made in 2021 at the height of the global Covid 19 pandemic at the famous Alex’s Bar in Long Beach, California, Lockdown Live is what happens after a year of…well, being locked down.
Rife with pent-up energy and aggression, the results of this experiment speak for themselves. Catchy, hard and unforgiving, Lockdown Live offers a real-time perspective on the songs and the current state of affairs. It’s a little something to chew on during these lean times of uncertainty and the doldrums we all face.
Lockdown Live (EP) follows on from the Infamous Stiffs 2021 album, Kill for the Sound. Get a copy of the vinyl album from the GRR Store.
Formed in 2019 in Southern California, the members of Infamous Stiffs have spent decades playing punk rock ‘n’ roll in various incarnations…all roads leading to the sonic condition that is Infamous Stiffs. A relentless assault of loud infectious hooks and shakes that’ll make you move!
Infamous Stiffs are: Scotty Wilkins (Vocs), Jim Perrault (Bass), Mark Pananides (Guitar), John Gilhooley (Guitar) and Ryland Steen (Drums).
Lockdown Live is streaming Now!
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