World Inferno Friendship Society

World Inferno Friendship Society

Super Sounds of Punk Today

Gern Blandsten

As cool as this CD is, this band has got to be seen to be believed. A gothic/ska/punk/gospel ensemble consisting of horns and percussion and punk rock guitar, as well as your bass drum and vocal package. Galloping musical antics across the stereo configuration, singing songs of madness and mayhem and other fantastic delights. Pumpkins and candy for all, I say! Evidently, members of this band have come together from all over the musical spectrum… bands including Eve’s Plum, King Chango, Black 47, and Dexy’s Midnight Runners. It’s insane, but brilliant. See them perform, and you’ll understand.

Gern Blandsten, PO Box 356, River Edge, NJ 07661

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