Thursday, May 5, 2011


Barb Wire Dolls
Barb Wire Dolls perform at The Viper Room.
photo by Picksysticks

There's a new revolution in town and leading that charge are Barb Wire Dolls. This foursome, originally from Greece are bringing their Street Generation of loyalists and injecting Los Angeles with their fresh and raw punk rock sound. Around town, Barb Wire Dolls have built a name for themselves with their energy-feuled shows, selling out venues like the legendary Roxy. Their story began in Greece when 'THE' Mayor of the Sunset Strip Rodney Bingenheimer discovered them and began playing their song on L.A.'s World Famous KROQ. Soon, Barb Wire Dolls, consisting of Queen Isis, Tas Doll, Voodoo Doll and Greg Doll sold all their belongings and relocated to the City of Angels to fulfill their dreams. And as their buzz surrounding their music grew, their 'Street Generation' also grew, a fan even tattooing Queen Isis' signature on his wrist. That's loyalty folks! In the four months since they've moved here, Barb Wire Dolls are already in the studio recording their full-length debut album. And not one to sit down and relax, the Barb Wire Dolls continues to spread their punk rock gospel to the masses, scheduling shows all over SoCal from now through July.

Barb Wire Dolls
Barb Wire Dolls
photo by picksysticks