In support of the just released documentary, the COSMIC PSYCHOS will finally be returning to stages around the country.
For 30 years, the Cosmic Psychos have blazed a trail of empty beer cans and busted eardrums around the globe with their quintessential Australian drawl and pounding buzzsaw punk rock songs. Iconic label SupPop released their first album when the band fell into the ‘Seattle’ scene of the late 80’s amidst the likes of Pearl Jam, Mudhoney and The Melvins. The band managed to tour heavily in the USA and Europe thanks to a large and devoted fan base. The Cosmic Psychos were notorious for their ability to drink pubs dry, earning them a reputation to; “Never drink with the ‘Psychos”.
The Psychos are the focus of a new documentary, BLOKES YOU CAN TRUST, and early rave reviews are already emerging. After this tour, the Cosmic Psychos are off to a tour of America where they will be playing with Mudhoney at Gonerfest in Memphis. They will be returning and playing in January 2014 again as part of the popular Big Day Out music festival around Australia with Pearl Jam, Blur, Mudhoney, Arcade Fire and many more.
Facebook.com/OnionFilms Some say that Kurt Cobain's favorite band was the Cosmic Psychos (he was often spotted wearing one of their tour shirts). Butch Vig produced this one and we shot it one drunken day. The guys from Mudhoney were hanging out on set. A fun, amazing day making an awesomely stupid video for an awesomely stupid song. 1991.
Well after 2 years and a lot of requests, MONSTER SESSION finally came down to Melbourne and completely raised the roof off the old ESPY in St Kilda. Performing on two stages (The Gershwin Room and The Front Bar), 16 classic bands from the 80's and 90's played to a SOLD OUT concert to Melbourne music fans.
Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam donated $5,000 to the cause and Chrissie Amphlett of The Divinyls donated her school girls tunic to the 1st years event.
EVERYONE KNOWS SOMEONE WHO KNOWS SOMEONE WITH MS
The Melbourne leg of Monster Session featured:
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