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For some bands there are no accidents only destiny. Misfits Records is proud to announce the latest addition to it’s powerhouse punk rock label roster, JUICEHEAD!

Ready, aimed and focused this three-piece power-trio, Rob Vannice (Guitar and Vocals), Tommy Kloss (Bass) and Zac-D (percussion) have already taken the Windy City by storm and are set to launch worldwide via Misfits Records. Taking their punk rock assault to the masses, in an age of corporate approved pseudo-punk, Chicago’s Juicehead are truly the real deal. Their impressive 16-track debut, “The Devil Made Me Do It”, is packed with face-ripping guitar muscle, sing-along hooks and a sonic rhythm section that demolishes buildings in its wake!

Armed with a hard, aggressive melodic arsenal and thought provoking lyrics, Juicehead proudly defines the new breed of American punk rock. It’s all there, but be forewarned Juicehead pull no punches and will not hesitate to tell it like it is. Their music is infectious, contagious and the outbreak is spreading with enough punch to satisfy most old school punk rock fans, while simultaneously delivering a universal sound that any enlightened music fan will truly appreciate. Juicehead is what you’ve been looking for.

Formed in late 2003, Juicehead forged from the ashes of several local punk bands and fused a unique union of skilled playing and solid songwriting. Members Rob Vannice and Zac-D have been active in the Chicago underground since 2000 in various bands, but after being estranged they crossed paths again.

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  • SkyrimMetalhead

    saw these guys live! they were supporting MISFITS!

    26 Mar 2012 Reply
  • KeinChris

    On Album: GOOD. On Stage: AWESOME!

    11 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Dandy-Jon

    Awesome band!

    28 Feb 2012 Reply
  • Zonbi_jigoku

    Czekamy na koncert w Polsce :)

    2 Dec 2011 Reply
  • rok2slayr

    Nothing special at all. I'd listen again but nothing bringing me back.

    19 Oct 2011 Reply
  • Kiz88

    I wouldn't even realy class them as Horror punk, more like Melodic Punk. The fact thay are on Jerry's label does not automatically make them that. Sure you can hear the Horror Punk influences, but they remind me more of a darker Screeching weasel.

    4 Oct 2011 Reply
  • bwcrtime

    I CAN FEEL THE COLD BLOOD COURSING THROUGH MY VEINS, I CAN HEAR THE TIME BOMB TICKING IN MY HEAD I CAN FEEL THE COLD WIND BLOWING ON MY BACK I SWEAR THE TIDE HAS TRIED TO MURDER ME THERE'S NO MORE GOING BACK THE SINKING SHIP IS ABOUT TO SET SAIL... New album this October.

    26 Aug 2011 Reply
  • ferricoxide

    They put on a decent set, last night, ahead of The Adicts. Dunno about being "horror rock", but they were definitely worth seeing live.

    16 Mar 2011 Reply
  • onlyelisha

    I disagree with Blodnatt13, Danzig doesn't give a crap about horror punk. That being said, I saw them in Ventura last friday and they were pretty good. I got to talk to Rob Vannice for little bit after the show. It's on of the more unique punk bands that use horror imagery.

    9 Nov 2010 Reply
  • bwcrtime

    A friend of mine caught the Misfits/JuiceHead show at The Avalon in Santa Clara, CA and sent me the following...Just went to the misfits show last night and had a crazy time. Juicehead was the best by far, thanks for giving me that CD way back when. Couldn't really hear what the misfits were singing, maybe it was the venue. I know you guys will have a blast.

    8 Nov 2010 Reply
  • bwcrtime

    You saw it here first ....Two all-new songs from Juicehead’s forthcoming album “How to Sail a Sinking Ship” .The power-punk trio hailing from Chicago combine a diverse range of musical styles & influences into their own blistering blend of punk rock. The record is perfectly suited to match the foreboding stormy skyline in the sleeve art, combining a color mix of gold and oil spill inflected deep ruby swirled vinyl. Two new songs: “Rotting from the Inside” &“Death of Democracy” The new single (and the upcoming full-length) is produced by longtime Misfits & Ramones collaborator John Cafiero. Producer/Osaka Popstar frontman Cafiero also appears on guest backing vocals for the A-side title track. The fierce and iconic sleeve was illustrated by Joe King whose credits include designs for Crooks N Castles, Billabong & Obey Giant (among others) and was recommended for the project to John Cafiero by Obey’s Shepard Fairey personally.

    24 Mar 2010 Reply
  • bwcrtime

    new album coming April 13 ! http://www.juiceheadmusic.com/

    7 Mar 2010 Reply
  • santino_only

    where can I download 'The Devil Made Me Do It'?

    6 Feb 2010 Reply
  • bwcrtime

    opening act for the misfits 08/09/09 CHICAGO, IL @ HOUSE OF BLUES

    27 Apr 2009 Reply
  • bwcrtime

    wow. PLEASE come to ATLANTA GA.

    18 Mar 2009 Reply
  • Russ_Bondi

    Great band! Covered In Blood FTW!

    9 Jan 2008 Reply

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