Like a surreal Summer nightmare... THE LIMIT CLUB slowly drifts into your subconsciousness and haunts your every thought. The sharp stabbing guitar and throbbing, thumping bass sound is at once abnormal and completely familiar - As though the soundtrack to your cloudy midnight hallucinations has been presented openly for your eyes and ears to absorb by this mysterious third party. Taking influence from a diverse range of artists including The Damned, Captain Beefheart, Morrissey, T-Rex, the Quakes, Johnny Cash, Ricky Nelson, Klaus Nomi and the Sisters of Mercy, Nick Feratu began crafting a collection of original tunes in 2004. He and Cadaverous Joel began combining the elements of these different genres to form a brand new sound. DarkWave, Goth and DeathRock mixed with Neo-Rockabilly create The Limit Club's signature resonant sound. It is the varied set of influences and unnatural musical enthusiasm that ignites the engine behind the band and constantly pushes them onward. The band formed by the handsome duo of Nick Feratu and Cadaverous Joel in June of 2005 after their previous garage rock music project "The Non-Dairy Creamers" imploded. This new band would have a slightly more professional approach to the music and performance, while keeping the frenzied danger and the "Anything-can-happen" element which helped to make the live shows so compelling. Nick and Joel recruited The George for drum duty and the original lineup was complete. Consistent live performances, endless streams of new songs and an explosive stage presence helped spread the word and propelled the band with rocket speed to the top of the Arizona Psychobilly pack in record time. Before they knew where they had landed, the band found themselves performing with some of the biggest names in the Rock and Roll Underground - Zombie Ghost Train, The Koffin Kats, The 7 Shot Screamers, Mad Sin, Frenzy and Blitzkid among others. THE LIMIT CLUB went into the studio to record their first full length album in November of 2006. The album, titled "God Damn The Limit Club" features 13 original tracks was independently released in June of 2007. Soon after the recording of "God Damn The Limit Club", The George announced his departure from LimitClubLand. One Mr. Juan Carlos seized the position and gave the band a new lease on life injecting an energy the band had never seen before and introducing his ability to switch from a New Wave dance beat to a balls-out punk rhythm at the drop of a hat! After a few months of sitting down on the job, Juan Carlos decided to join the rest of the band up front and took to playing drums standing up (thanks in part to the influence of Paul Roman). In 2008, The Limit Club recorded studio album number two entitled "Phantom Cats". The album is ten tracks and features their versions of "The Shadow of Love" and "Alice". The album was recorded and engineered by Nasty D @ Fuck City Studios (God Damn The Limit Club) and mixed and mastered by John Kowaleski @ Rebirth Studios (The Koffin Kats - Drunk In The Daylight). In early 2009, Cadaverous Joel was relieved of his duty in The Limit Club so that he may focus his attention on raising a family. Nicholas David, the versatile new bassist was brought in to fill the gap. Now as always, The Limit Club forges ahead. They can't stop and they won't stop. Spreading their infectious, dance-able Psycho-Gothic sound to the unsuspecting masses until death brings them down with blazing fury. Spread the word: Rockabilly Rules, and Gothabilly Ghouls! The Limit Club has been featured on numerous underground and mainstream radio broadcasts and news publications including... EVIL-A-GO-GO, SUBCULTURE COLLECTIVE, TALES FROM THE SHADOWS, SCARE STREET, SOUTHSIDE CUSTOMS, SCARE WAVES, KWSS 106.7 AMY DONAHUE RADIO SHOW, PHOENIX NEW TIMES, SUBCULTURE COLLECTIVE and so much more!