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Today's New Band To Burn One To is Flat Tires.
What do you get when you mix beer, whiskey and jager bombs? Ok, besides a hangover and maybe some puking. You get some great alcohol fueled dirty southern rock with some punk in to top it off. Flat Tires are a southern hard punk rock band from North Carolina.
Hickory North Carolina products the FLAT TIRES have been burning a trail up and down the east coast for the past few years, bringing their brand of “mean-ass jukejoint rock-n-roll” to countless bars, honky-tonks and music venues from New York City to FT Lauderdale Florida. During this time, they’ve been barred from venue’s, labeled “devil-worshipers”, broken up marriages, witnessed numerous stabbings and shootings, played through and / or been the cause of countless barroom brawls, received numerous injuries including but not limited to broken teeth and facial lacerations from flying beer projectiles. Somewhere during the chaos they were picked up by three independent record labels, put out two full length Cd’s, a split 7’’, a demo,and have had their music put on 5 different record label compilations; the latest of which is a double Vinyl L.P. compilation with the likes of Supersucker’s Eddie Spaghetti, the Dwarves’ Black Dahlia, ANTiSEEN and the CandySnatchers.Need some music to get drunk to? These guys sure can accommodate you. Besides the albums they have listed above, they do have a new album shipping the second week in January (2011) to look forward to. Drink up, party down and have a happy and safe new year!
Flat Tires have shared the stage with the likes of GWAR, MURPHYS LAW, WAYNE THE TRAIN HANCOCK, D.O.A., UNKNOWN HINSON, C.J. RAMONE, ANTiSEEN, D.I., 9 POUND HAMMER, AGENT ORANGE, YOUTH BRIGADE, JOE BUCK YOURSELF, THE LEGENDARY SHACK SHAKERS, MURDER JUNKIES, GREEN JELLY, BOB WAYNE & THE OUTLAW CARNIES, the DEXTER ROMWEBER DUO, JB BEVERLY & THE WAYWARD DRIFTERS, CRANK COUNTY DAREDEVILS, AGRESSION, DAVID CHILDERS & THE MODERN DON JUANS and McRAD,. They have also made countless legions of fans that span out nationwide, and have put down more Pabst Blue Ribbon than most of the folks they’ve played for combined.