Rock Café Barock

Live Hard, Rock Harder

Klingonz are a psychobilly band formed in 1988. Their original line-up had Titch doing lead vocals, Doyley on guitar, Strangy playing double bass and Mocker on drums. Strangy was replaced by Eddie after their second album, Blurb. Strangy joined Karloff, known then as Numbskulls, a band fronted by Strangy's brother Ash. Mick of Phantom Rockers would later replace Doyley on Guitar. In 1998 this line-up recorded an EP entitled The Mad are Sane under the name Looper.
Doyley and Strangy went on to form Celtic Bones.
The band reformed with the original line-up in 2001 and continue to tour and record. In summer 2009 Doyley hacked it and left the band. Dave Deville joined on guitar in 2009, also Ray joined on Double Bass mid 2014 .

Mix splinters of surf, garage, (60s-)punk and rockabilly into raw and loud ghostabilly since 2015.

The red hot cocktail is prepared using greasy Gretsch guitar, overdriven violin bass and old school violent drums.
All songs are true stories. Protected by lucha libre masks, El Pulpo, El Loco and El Spock wander around in a
universe full of dangerous women, monsters and aliens. Therefore every performance may be the very last and
that is why they go to the bone every time.
In January 2018 the clip “Werewolf” was released. From May till October 2018 they recorded a full album with
producer Erik Van Biesen (Gorki, The Paranoiacs, Revenge 88). Release is scheduled for 2019.