"I RADIO VUDU' SONO QUEI CLASSICI PERDENTI CHE SANNO SUONARE IL ROCK'N'ROLL."
Radio Vudù is an italian band born in the midnineties from the trashes of the well-known milanese punk rockers “The Ride”. Their original experiences mixed with their new skills and talents have produced their strong new spirit of bastard rock’n’roll. The band’s first EP “L’inferno può attendere (hell can wait)” was put out in 1997, it was followed by the mini cd “Tutti fatti, fotti tutti (Everybody out, fuck’em all)” mini-cd and, and is now succeeded by “Punk Fiction” cd produced by Ed. Setticlavio and made upon 11 original tracks and a special tribute to the beat-band ‘Corvi’. Their political and savage “Secessione (Secession)” video-clip – from the debut album - has been broadcasted by two of the most renowned national TV channels. In the last six years the band has played more than 200 live-shows in around 70 different clubs all over Italy and some european countries. Their live performance brings out the best of the band’s sweeping and furious energy and charges the explosive and provocative attitude of their animalistic singer. The live-act is mostly composed of the band’s original songs (strictly screamed in italian).