Since day one in 1976, The Godz have epitomized the very essence of rock and roll, fronted by the legendary Eric Moore, a self-described "old hippie, a hillbilly that can shoot straight." Though a number of well-known musicians have served in the band's ranks - some more than once - Eric Moore has remained the constant driving force, with a little help from legions of followers worldwide known as "Machines."
Tales of booze, guns, fast women, fast cars, motorcycles, life and freedom are the hallmarks of their songs, and judging by their latest album, "Last of the Outlaws," not much has changed except a few of the names.
On the album Eric Moore,Vinnie Salvatore, Steve DeMatteo, Scott A. Martin, and Terry Evans make no apologies as they plow through nine kick ass-tunes. Suitable for rocking out at maximum volume any hour of day or night, particularly at inappropriate times, "Last of the Outlaws" captures the classic sound that made The Godz a favorite among bikers and blue collars and an enemy of parents. Available now from record stores worldwide, CD Baby.com, Amazon, CD Universe, iTunes, Amazon MP3, Spotify, Rhapsody, Nokia, Zune, Juke and many more.