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Spider Featured on Powell-Peralta Skateboard Stories Soundtrack


The music of Long Beach-based raw power punk band, Spider, is featured on the soundtrack of the latest instalment of mini-docu series Powell-Peralta Skateboard Stories Presents spotlighting Bucky Lasek.

Providing the sonic landscape to mind blowing visceral images of vert ramp legend and ten time X Games gold medalist Bucky Lasek, are Spider songs The Reeperbahn and Energy Gone Wrong from their latest Energy Gone Wrong EP.

The Reeperbahn opens the film with a cryptic, moody and dark composition which then propels into a blistering punk rock anthem.

Energy Gone Wrong is synched to film as a sneering insurgent backdrop echoing Lasek’s kinetic resilience on the vert ramp.

Spider’s Energy Gone Wrong, The Reeperbahn plus a cover of Black Flag’s Depression round out the collection of studio recordings found on Spider’s Energy Gone Wrong EP. The EP is available everywhere digitally and embodied in a limited edition 7” vinyl record offered in clear and white vinyl variants.

Since reforming five years ago, Spider has been playing music festivals around the world, Music Tastes Good Festival (US), It’s Not Dead Festival (US), Punk Rock Bowling (US), Rebellion Festival (UK), The Bash (US), Back To Future Festival (DE), Punk Rock Holiday (Slovenia) plus shows with a variety of legendary punk heavy hitters including Descendents, Pennywise, GBH, Strung Out, CJ Ramone, The Weirdos, TSOL, Fear and The Casualties.

Spider is currently in the studio writing and recording their 2021 Devil in the Woods Records debut.

Stay tuned.

You can purchase the Energy Gone Wrong EP HERE


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