THE GENERATORS have been at the forefront of the Los Angeles punk scene since 1997, and were recently mentioned by one of Americas leading news publications, the USA Today as one of Americas most under rated punk bands.
While THE GENERATORS story was brought to life in the late 1990’s, the true story of this band, and its members date back to the early 1980’s when the LA hardcore punk movement had evolved into a true musical revolution.
In August of 2011 THE GENERATORS will be releasing their 8th Full-length album “Last Of The Pariahs”, with producer Rich Mouser (Weezer, Chris Cornell). The new album catches the bands signature southern California melodic punk n roll sound, while also bringing fans back to some of their earlier 1977 old school snarl.
The new album grabs you right away with the melodic heart-wrenching “Angels Looking Down”, a song about Dagger’s twenty-one year separation from his son, only to find him again in 2010. Theirs also new ones like 3AM, and Condition Red which show how much traditional punk bands like THE CLASH, or THE RUTS remain to have heavy influence on THE GENERATORS. This new release will be followed up with an anticipated European and US Fall headlining tour. More than anything else
THE GENERATORS somehow always remain to set themselves apart from the typical punk rock pack. Whether it is with their creative story telling approach, or the way they twist, and turn all the melodies around. The boys from the city of angels somehow always manage to keep changing things up, while keeping their fans feeling safe in that familiar place.
1. Angels Looking Down
2. You Against You
3. 3 AM
4. Tears Of Repentance
5. Condition Red
6. Fallen World
7. Primetime From Plastic City
8. Lost In The Valley
9. Chains Of Darkness
10. Against All Odds
11. United Like Brothers
Cover art by Todd Huber (American Made Customs)