Love child of none other than The Ringers, “Headlocks and Highkicks” (Fort Mason Entertainment) transforms normal rock fans into filthy, gyrating, masses of punk-rock ecstasy mixed with bodily fluid and rhythm.
“Headlocks and Highkicks,” the sophomore album by The Ringers is set for release on August 25th and with it, a driving message of pure uninhibited rock, including all the drugs, sex, filth, and heart one can handle. The 13 track masterpiece of rock features stories of sex-crazed priests, drug-addicted hotel neighbors, and sullied love - the kind that dwells in the gutters of New York.
The Ringers is what rock was always meant to be, unapologetic, in your face, loud, driving, dirty, sexy and controversial. Of course talent helps, as well. With accolades from prestigious venues like the Viper Room in Los Angeles and the SXSW music festival to guest spots in television (“Miami Ink”) and film (“Accepted”), The Ringers have the talent and the swagger.