Since day one, The Godz have epitomized the very essence of rock and roll, fronted by the legendary Eric Moore on bass guitar and vocals, a self professed “old hippie, a hillbilly that can shoot straight.” Though a number of well-known musicians have passed through the band’s ranks, some more than once, Eric has always remained the constant driving force - with a little help from legions of followers known as “Machines.”
Tales of drugs, booze, women, motorcycles, cars, guns, life and freedom are the hallmarks of their songs and as demonstrated by “Last of the Outlaws,” not much has changed - except a few of the names. On the album, Eric Moore, Steve DeMatteo, Vinnie Salvatore, Scott A. Martin, and Terry Evans make no apologies as they plow through nine brand new kick-ass tunes.
Suitable for rocking out any hour of day or night at maximum volume, particularly at inappropriate times, it’s everything your parents ever warned you about.
Eric Moore – bass guitar, six and twelve string guitars, lap steel-guitar, vocals
Steve DeMatteo – guitar, vocals
Vinnie Salvatore – guitar, bass, vocals
Scott A. Martin – guitar, vocals
Terry Evans – drums, vocals
THE GODZ are an American hard rock band from Columbus, Ohio led by Eric Moore on vocals and bass guitar. Formed in 1976, the band have released eight albums and toured with artists such as KISS, Metallica, Cheap Trick, Judas Priest, The Outlaws, Angel, Blue Oyster Cult, American Dog, Pat Travers, and so many more.