CYCLE SLUTS FROM HELL Reunite For One-Off Performance

According to, the legendary New York female biker band CYCLE SLUTS FROM HELL are reuniting for a one-off performance on June 24 at Delancey's (168 Delancey St.) in New York City. The band's lineup group for the show will be as follows:

Raffaele a.k.a. Queen Vixen
Donna She Wolf a.k.a. Honey One Percenter
Virginia Staska a.k.a. She Fire of Ice
Pete Lisa a.k.a. Lord Roadkill
Fernando a.k.a. JD Malo
Scott Duboys (original SLUT drummer)
and new addition Esko on second guitar

CYCLE SLUTS FROM HELL's 1991 album for CBS Records was recorded at The Hit Factory with producer Glen Robinson, and featured OVERKILL's guitarist Bobby Gustafson and erstwhile SMASHED GLADYS bassist Fernando Rosario as session players. Their infamous "Wish You Were A Beer" video garnered heavy MTV rotation but the group folded later that same year. Venus Penis Crusher (Betty X) forged HANZYL UND GRETYL while Honey One Percenter went on to SHE WOLVES with the infamous Gyda Gash.


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