Back with a vengeance! The Screaming Bloody Marys, after a long disappearance from the music scene, founding guitarist Dave Dalton approached other former members, Juan and Hans about reuniting, and with the addition of powerhouse vocalist Angelique Stacy, the rock solid, spicy beats of the crafty veteran of SF’s punk scene, Greg Langston, on drums. Now featuring bassist Ian Larkin — one can truly say: Watch out – they’re back!
Angelique X Stacy – Vocals/Theremin
Dave “Pops” Dalton – SBM OG – Guitars
Juan Jesus – SBM OG – Lead Guitars
Ian Larkin – Bass
Greg Langston – Drums
With a nod of respect and a big thank you to former members who include (but not limited to):
Spider, Smoot, Hans Hunt, Chris Pisser, Wes, Pauly, Doug Carlson, Fred Crimi, Joey Reyes, John Surrell, Jenn Newell
The band can be characterized as ’77 British garage punk, hints of the Dwarves, Rancid and more than a hint of Bad Brains and Buzzcocks with a touch of Steam Punk.
Their debut album “Get In, Get Off, Get Out” was released in 1995 on the California label, Doctor Dream Records. The band then began a busy schedule of recording, touring and media coverage while sharing stages with The Ramones, The Melvins, The Adicts, Mudhoney, Hole, Cheap Trick, L7, Supersuckers, Dead Kennedys, The Vibrators, Kiefer Sutherland, Spastik Children, The Dictators and many other notables. As is often the case, such ceaseless touring and togetherness caused the Screaming Bloody Marys to self destruct and left their much anticipated second full length album to remain unreleased. SBM had several singles in the early 90’s on Sympathy for the Record Industry, Wallibie Records (Japan), I-99 Records, Die Laughing Records and are featured on too many compilations to count.
They were gone, but not forgotten. In early 2015 calls came in to original member Dave Dalton inquiring about the groups’ status. Among those calling were Dick Manitoba (the Dictators) members of Rancid, booking agents and record labels, including San Francisco’s Zip Records. The Screaming Bloody Marys reformed and their first gig was supporting The Dictators at a sold-out house in San Francisco’s Slims.
The band’s new album “Get off, Get Out, Get More“ is a unique and ambitious update of their now out print “Get in, Get off, Get Out” album. With updated lyrics plus additional new songs by new members Angelique X Stacy (vocals), Greg Langston (drums) and Ian Larkin (Bass) with guests such as East Bay Ray (Dead Kennedys) and Blag Dhalia (The Dwarves). The new album will be something old, something new and something unforgettable.
The Screaming Bloody Marys will be supporting the release of their new album with shows throughout California and with guest appearances by many luminaries from notable punk and garage bands.