Since we had the idea to start makin' rock'n'roll music, there has never been a doubt about how rock'n'roll has to be played. Being infected by the frantic energy of the early psycho bands, we decided to do just the same. And it worked out well...The Tazmanian Devils' insane and melodic sound perfectly combines classic Rockabilly-style with wild madness and horror-charme, and comes incredibly close to the beginning of Psychobilly music. This is authentic Psychobilly! David first got in contact with Salmi on a concert. He's always been a good friend to Laura, who used to live in Quedlinburg as Salmi still does. Now Laura,as well as David, lives in Naumburg, which is a distance of about two hours from Quedlinburg.At that time, Laura and Salmi already got started playing psychobilly together. With a small drumset and a guitar, they decided to try launching a real psychobilly band. Both had been involved with some punkrock bands before, so handling the instruments was not that new.After buying a Double-Bass, they were looking for someone to play it, and finally asked David, who wasn't able to play any kind of instrument at that time. But he did try and it took quite some time til we were all sure to reach, what we expected. Yes, our name couldn't be more primitive, but we don't care about that anymore. We were busy composing some tunes and David tryed to sing them when we got our first offer to play on stage in 2003. That was quite funny, so we wanted more... We needed to record some of our stuff for promotion, and with a couple of primitive demo-recordings we managed to come around in germany to play with some real cool bands. Meanwhile it was about time to get our first songs out on a compilation called Graveyard Hop, another followed. Finally we're proud to present the album-debut on Razmataz Records, our own small label, which we started as well. Wanting to eat your brains, we hope you enjoy our style and have a ball with us.