Amy Gore
Vocals, Guitar
Hammer
Vocals, Guitar
Lianna
Bass
Alicia Warrington
Drums, Europe 2008
Gore Gore Girls are a meeting of the Stooges and The Ronettes.
Born by the pale blue glow of "Hullabaloo", lullabied by the River Rouge Stamping Plant and honed to a shiv point by midnight B-movies, Detroit's Gore Gore Girls come-hither sneer draws a sonic line from the Girl Group ground zero of the Brill Building to the legendary punk Mecca of the Grande Ballroom. 
 
"Detroit garageists sound like the gum-popping, guitar-toting granddaughters of Chuck Berry and the Beach Boys..."  USA Today
 
"Rollicking girlie guitar-and-handclaps in the vein of Holly Golightly, the Chalets and the Pipettes."  Playboy

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Harnessing sheer rock power for the forces of good, the GORE GORE GIRLS strut their stuff with boldness and attitude, throwing down dirty grooves and instigating scenes of libertine abandon in nightclubs around the world. What sets them apart is their underlying respect for the legends of earlier eras. From BO DIDDLEY to THE RONETTES, THE SONICS to THE SAINTS, the GORE GORE GIRLS take inspiration from the greats and inject it with hi-octane ferocity, forging a new sound with a modern edge.

Formed in Detroit in 1997, the band has released a string of albums that earned raves from the likes of the Village Voice and capturing the attention of fans like LITTLE STEVEN VAN ZANDT, who has given the band plenty of airplay on the syndicated show "Underground Garage" and included them in the line-up of his garage rock festival in New York City, where they joined IGGY AND THE STOOGES, THE PRETTY THINGS and the NEW YORK DOLLS. The band held down a slot on the national tour in 2006 in support of THE ZOMBIES and MOONEY SUZUKI, carrying the rock n' roll torch with their usual style and aplomb.

The band took their name from the 1972 grindhouse classic The Gore Gore Girls, directed by thrill-king Herschell Gordon Lewis, it was distinquished by its extreme gore and weird humor, as dancers were stalked by a killer. Lewis contributed the liner notes to Get The Gore, nailing their nuances, stating, "To appreciate the GORE GORE GIRLS' music, you have to have a streak of wildness, a fierce independence of spirit, and an absolute belief in the unusual, the strange, the unpredictable, the offbeat and even the generally unacceptable." Long known as the 'Godfather of Gore' for movies like Blood Feast, 2000 Maniacs and The Wizard of Gore, Lewis incited the band to emerge from Detroit's urban jungle to fight against the tyranny of bland music with their own brand of nitroinjected rock & roll. Hypnotizing audiences everywhere with a shambolic fusion of girl group, go-go and garage, with the GORE GORE GIRLS, a new movement is born.

"I don't know if the Girls want to sex me up or kick my ass, but in the end, who really cares as long as they're delivering the goods. (ed. They want to kick your ass.)" - Hearya.com

GORE GORE GIRLS have delivered a call to the dancefloor that is impossible to ignore.

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