The Focke-Wolves

Bobby Ray Octane: Vocals | Mickey McFaster: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric) | TK Overdrive: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric) | Eli Miller: Bass guitar | Billy D: Drums

Genre: Rock

Sound description: Punk flavored 1950s-style sleaze rock.

RIYL: The Hellacopters, Motorhead, Danko Jones, Ramones, Turbonegro, Gluecifer, Jason and the Scorchers, Thin Lizzy

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Synoposis

Inception: Chula Vista, 2011

Ex-Band Members: Billy Venom, Drums Claytone Moses, Bass guitar

Influences: X, Ramones, Motorhead, Johnny Cash, Dwight Yoakam, Chuck Berry, Social Distortion, the Boys, the Dictators, Hank Williams, the Blasters, AC/DC, Jason and the Scorchers, the Supersuckers, Thin Lizzy, Link Wray, Nashville Pussy

Background:

The Focke-Wolves play punk flavored 1950s-style sleaze rock. Band members have taken stage names like Bobby Ray Octane (vocals) and Mickey McFaster (guitar), both of whom played together in Diablo 44, along with Billy Venom and Billy D (drums), TK Overdrive (guitar), and Claytone Moses and Eli Miller (bass).

In 2015, the Focke Wolves released their freshman scratch-track album, Trust No One, via Ned O’ Records. Their 4-song EP Blasto Maxxxo, released in 2017, was produced by Cameron Webb (Motorhead Records, Social Distortion, etc).

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