INFAMOUS STIFFS release their new single & video ‘Shakedown’, available now on all digital platforms via Die Laughing/Golden Robot Records.
SoCal punk rockers, INFAMOUS STIFFS are back with their brand new single and video ‘Shakedown’, which is out now via Die Laughing Records / Golden Robot Records. INFAMOUS STIFFS are bringing life back into the punk scene and the evidence is right there on ‘Shakedown’.
‘Shakedown’ is the relentless single and follow up to INFAMOUS STIFFS freshman single release with Die Laughing Records, ‘Freak Parade’, which featured an incredible all-star video clip. Front man Scott Wilkins’ gravely vocals continue to coax and cajole you to participate in what The Stiffs call “the dance craze for the crazies, and the true meaning of “tooth chipping music”! Now grab your girl and go for a whirl, SHAKEDOWN!!
ABOUT INFAMOUS STIFFS
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!
[May 3, 2021]
Base: Southern California, US
Label / Booking / Press:
Die Laughing Records / Golden Robot Global Entertainment
Infamous Stiffs are:
Scott Wilkins – Vocals: AKA “Snotty Scotty” the former voice and snarl in front of CD2 (Condemned to Death), Verbal Abuse, Electric Frankenstein and Hollywood Hate.
Jim Perrault – Bass: Last known for his affiliation with Orange County’s notorious Graceland Mafia as well as doing time with The Legendary Swagger and The County Stars.
Mark Pananides – Guitar: Also a Hollywood Hate Alumni. Other previous bands include, Nardcore’s Rat Pack, The Living End (U.S. band pre-dating the Australian one) as well as a stint in Junkyard as a stand in on a string of dates.
John Gilhooley – Guitar: Formerly of Huntington Beach Ska-punk faves The Zero Class, John is also a long time and not so infamous So Cal. music photojournalist.
Drummer Ryland Steen, ex-Reel Big Fish and current drummer of classic rock band America (yes, America) contributed his skills to the band for the self-titled, debut record.
For all of your tooth-chipping’ punk rock ‘n’ roll needs, Infamous Stiffs has got you covered.