Skatenigs - Stonewall Warehouse May 30th, 2018
SKATENiGS official 2018 San Marcos, TX live show at Stonewall Warehouse with guest stars The Beaumonts, We Deal In Lead, and Rock Fight!
The SKATENiGS rose at the begining of the 90's from the midst of Austin, Texas hard-core scene by way of a conceptual idea entertained by Al Jourgensen of MiNiSTRY. They were a band of white, skating rappers, initially created to fill the support slot for MiNiSTRY. The original line-up featured Phil Owen on vocals, Billy Jackson and Chris Chambers sharing guitar duties, Lance Von Moulder playing bass, and Keith Daily on drums. The lead singer Phil Owens (a.k.a. Phildo) sang on the now legendary REVOLTiNG COCKS' "Beers, Steers and Queers" and Chris Chambers worked on remixed version of the same track. The band supported the REVOLTiNG COCKS on their tour and gained huge success with their first single; "Chemical Imbalance" (1991.), which also featured a spoken word by Lorri Jackson. Shortly after, the "Loudspeaker" (1992.) single was released. In the same year the SKATENiGS recorded their first full length album, "Stupid People Shouldn't Breed", which contained both singles.
After some personnel changes, SKATENiGS surfaced with their second album, "What A Mangled Web We Leave". The release followed after the "Regret" single, and also introduced Wendy Nelson on keyboards. They were both recorded somewhere in the 1994. So far, only these two full-length albums have been released.
SKATENiGS continue to play regional shows in central Texas, and remain a stalwart participant in keeping the hard rock / industrial / punk thrash / sex rock spirit alive. Be sure to buy your tickets in advance for only $10 plus service fees.
Stonewall Warehouse (View)
141 E. Hopkins Street
San Marcos, TX 78666
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|