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The Stungrenades

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The Stungrenades are flash bang, not flash in the pan.

Born out desperation, fuelled by the promise that punk rock can be a threat again, it might be a sunny day, but work is sparse, wages are down and the bastards in power have declared class war!

The Stungrenades are an answer to a question that should be asked, How can pre-packaged rebellion take on the establishment? You won't see them in bondage pants and leather jackets, we are working class, at work they wear overalls or shorts and t-shirts for the builders among them.

Like the name says, they play flash-bang punk rock with no holds barred, short, sharp and to the point that our politicians are scumbags, hell bent on their demise, work like a dog to stay just above poverty, distracted by the new shiny gadget, or the lie that someone else has got it easier, or sent off to fight in a war, not for nations but corporations with their bottom line as the bottom line.

Band Members:
Craig Bastard (vocals)
T-Boner (guitar)
Scotty Shmuck (bass)
Cam Grenade (drums)

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  • New Plymouth


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