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It’s the 15th anniversary of THE RAZORBLADES!
For your entertainment, we release a 7 track with EP with some songs from our favourite bands played in THE RAZORBLADES style. Tracks from the Cure, Slade, Ludwig Van Beethoven, and a few others.
The album called 15 YEARS IN THE VAN comes in a stylish foldout cover in 7’’ vinyl style, along with the very first sticker from THE RAZORBLADES and the classic skull button in military green.
It's a limited fans only release and will only be available on our website at the shows and a few selected mailorders…no Spotify, iTunes or Amazon.
Order it https://www.therazorblades.de/shop/ for 10 €
As a special offer, you can order any other item along with the new EP and get it for 20 €…wether it’s a T-Shirt, a CD, a Vinyl LP… Just use the new EP + something else button in the webshop.
The new album of THE RAZORBLADES, Germany's wildest surf band
NEW SONGS FOR THE WEIRD PEOPLE is out now!
17 songs, 12'' Vinyl or CD and digital
or download on iTunes or stream on Spotify!
Tour is in full flight, check all the dates here:
The Razorblades release their sixth album
NEW SONGS FOR THE WEIRD PEOPLE
on April 8 2016.
17 songs, twangy, reverby guitar plus some singing, punk and new wave influences and more
To celebrate the release their will be a festival in Wiesbaden/Germany on March 19 with some friends of THE RAZORBLADES. European tour start right afterwards!
Check the album trailer out here:
The super fast, high energetic surf punk combo from Germany releases album No 5!
Snapshots from The Underground is packed with twangy guitars, punk rock energy, feedback noises and eclectic songwriting...influences range from surf master Dick Dale to New Wave pioneers The Cure, Alternative Rockers Rowland S. Howard and Dinosaur JR. to noise masters Sonic Youth. Put a little singing on top and you get a surf album that sounds VERY different from the usual trad sound.
Hope you enjoy it!
You can buy the CD from
12'' Vinyl is also available directly from www.therazorblades.de
Time flies! THE RAZORBLADES, Germany’s fastest,wildest (and maybe loudest) surf punk trio turns 10 years old in 2012! In the last decade, the band from Wiesbaden, Germany released four albums, shared the stage with the Peacocks, Turbo ACs, Fifty Foot Combo, Slacktone and Los Straitjackets and played more than 300 concerts in Europe and the USA.
Time to have a party!
Who: THE RAZORBLADES + THE PHANTOM FOUR
Where: Schlachthof Wiesbaden http://www.schlachthof-wiesbaden.de/
Doors Open: 20.00
…sound like Dick Dale on speed, the Pulp Fiction Soundtrack in turbo mode, like a car chase on Highway 101 with loud punk rock on the radio, 120 mph and no seat belt attached. The three piece from Wiesbaden,Germany combines the classic sities surf sound with neck breaking speed, wild feedback noise and a colorful range of influences. You can hear the American power pop of the Cute Lepers as well as Agent Orange’s West Coast Punk,and the Ska of The Specials. A fun evening is guaranteed!
THE PHANTOM FOUR
Phantom Frank conquered The Netherlands with surfband The Treble Spankers in the late 90's. In the slipstream of the success of Pulp Fiction the band scored an airplayhit with Red Hot Navigator, played all major festivals in The Netherlands and sold 25.000 albums. Since 2005 Phantom Frank plays all over The Netherlands with his new band The Phantom Four. The band opened for Dick Dale, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, G. Love & Special Sauce, and plays at major festivals like Lowlands and Paaspop.
Tune in to the Shrunken Head Lounge this Sunday Oct 9 8-9pm for a cool new show.
Part 1: Surf Music for Lovers Only.
Part 2: my interview with Germany's top surf band - The Razorblades.
www.wfte.org - get online early to claim a stream - they are limited to 50 broadband and 50 dial-up!!!
We recently had the pleasure of interviewing Martin Schmidt, lead guitarist of The Razorblades. Show #12 will air Sunday Sept 25 on wfte.org at 8pm ET.
DJ & Curator of The Shrunken Head Lounge
You say love surf music, and you're hungry? Over the August 6/7 weekend, you are very lucky! The Surfin' Smorgasboard at The Forbidden Island and The International Reverb BBQ at the Hotel Utah will satiate your desires, a delicious combination of Surf AND Turf!
Headlining, all the way from Rome, The Bradipos IV. Their sound is Vespas and Morricone, Bardot-a-go-go and Sixties Beach Party. This is their first USA tour.
The Secret Samurai work the antipodal influences of passionate Spanish guitar and frenetic Japanese Eleki into a heavy and aggressive trio sound. This is not Gidget's surf music, but an evolution of Dick Dale's crunchy Middle Eastern melodies. The Secret Samurai released their second CD, "Zanshin" earlier this year.
The Surfside IV come to us from Phoenix Arizona, where there's about a thousand miles of beach before you hit the ocean, for an exclusive Northern California appearance. They are red-Fez wearin' lads with a garage-party dance beat.
From San Pablo CA come The Deadbeats, the youngest surf band on the scene. Their style is blistering, ear popping, speed surf. Their new CD, "Day of the Deadbeats" will be available at the show.
Don't wait in line, buy early from Brown Paper Tickets!
Authentic Hawaiian pig roast by Oakland's Chop Bar (with vegetarian option). Pig roast not included in entrance fee.
The IRBBQ is proud to present as headliner, all the way from Wiesbaden, Germany The Razorblades. Known for their precise execution, and thunderous assault, their new CD is called "Gimme Some Noise"; this is their first USA tour.
All the way from Las Vegas, the return of one of the most requested bands of the Sunday Surf Party series: Thee Swank Bastards with their incredible hula-hoop artista Szandora.
And your hosts, local dudes, us guys: Pollo del Mar
+ The Hotel Utah streetside BBQ! Not included in entrance fee.
It's not the SG101 Convention, but it's happening in Reno! August 5th 8pm All Ages! 5 Surf Bands:
Tickets on sale now $12. Call 775-287-7593. Proceeds go to the bands, and to help fund The Mighty Surf Lords East Coast Tour! Thank You For Your Support!