PSYCHOTIC TURNBUCKLES BREAK FIVE-YEAR LAY-OFF WITH WHITE KNUCKLE FEVER AND THE STALLERS IN TOW. Five years since they played their last full set to a roomful of adoring fans, Rock and Roll Wrestling World Champions the Psychotic Turnbuckles are back to destroy Dull City.
The Turnbuckles will play Fusebox at the Factory Theatre on Saturday, April 17. Tickets will be strictly limited on go on sale at factorytheatre.com.au at 9am on Wednesday. Supports are White Knuckle Fever and The Stallers.
Living in idle luxury in their hometown of Pismo Beach since their last Australian gig with San Francisco legends The Mummies in March 2016, the Kings of the Ring are itching to smackdown all comers.
Guitarist El Siccodelico has hung up his Mexican wrestling mask during the lay-off and has been replaced by Italian grappling royalty, Count Forza.
The Turnbuckles will be fast-tracked through Australian Government quarantine protocols to play this one-off show and there’s no telling if and when they’ll re-appear again.
White Knuckle Fever is the runaway psychobilly duo that’s been tearing up Aussie stages off the back of a new single, “RSA Blues”. The Stallers are a veritable garage punk jukebox and will kick off the night with a set chockful of smash ‘em up classics.