Wormwood Wasn’t Here: The World Famous Doll Hut in Anaheim, California.
I recently reconnected with my old artistic partner-in-crime, Ted K, and we decided to get the band back together, so to speak. We have recorded the first new Snake Eater Trinity tracks since 2007, and I daresay they’re as brutal as anything we’ve ever done. We’re going to be booking shows soon, so stay tuned for that and a vinyl release.
FOR FANS OF: THRASH, ELECTRO, HARDCORE, PUNK, WORKPLACE VIOLENCE, VIGILANTE JUSTICE, ANGER, DANGER, ETC.
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Mark your calendars, boys and girls! Orange County’s Weirdest Son is once again teaming up with the best blues band around to bring you an exciting evening of entertainment and enlightenment! This is going to be an especially notable night, as it is Tall Can Tim’s last show on guitar with The Salt Shakers before he moves away to pursue big kid stuff. If you aren’t familiar with the six-stringed stylings of Tall Can Tim, let’s just say he’s an electric acrobat of the highest order. So bring your dancing shoes and your party hats, because this one could get out of hand…
Original handmade show flyer is also for sale. I will write a custom one-of-a-kind poem for you on the back and sign it. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested. To hear music, click here.
Sterling Wormwood live at Surfin’ Cowboy in Capo Beach, California June 7, 2014.
Please remain calm! You are about to witness a tragedy in three acts (in the key of A minor). You will be terrified! You will be tantalized! You will be traumatized! It is not for the faint of heart (or squares). So stay if you dare! But remember… WORMWOOD WASN’T HERE.
Song from a musical in progress about a dandy peeping Tom set in a dystopian Cold War alternate past.