The Brains will be playing a show at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on May 15.

Golden Rockwater hosting psychobilly/horror punk

Golden Delicious and the Rockwater Grill and Bar are bringing in a band that can only be described as psychobilly/horror punk - The Brains.

Golden Delicious and the Rockwater Grill and Bar are bringing in a band that can only be described as psychobilly/horror punk – The Brains.

The Montreal band has made a reputation for themselves as the insanest, undeadest, and bestest psychobilly horror punk bands out there. Not exactly ones to follow the rules, they have brought their eye-popping live show to the four corners of the world.

Since the release of the third self-titled full-length album in early 2009, The Brains have been on a never-ending tour, steadily make their mark across Canada, the U.S. and Europe.

Their two video singles for Gone and Turn Around enjoyed tons of airplay on Much Music.

They’ve had the pleasure of playing alongside acts like Mad Sin, The Offspring, The Reverend Horton Heat, The Real McKenzies, The Creepshow and many more.

The Brains continue to blur the lines between rockabilly, psycho, punk, rock and roll – kicking down genre barriers and earning undying loyalty at every show they play.

Incorporating whatever they feel like, The Brains are as versatile as they are deadly.

Now, with the release of The Monster Within, the band is embarking on a massive western Canadian tour, making a stop in Golden on May 15 to play at the Rockwater. Cover is only $5.


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