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May 5th, 2009

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Feature length band interview …
May 1st, 2009

Feature length band interview with Mount Vicious in the new CHOPS magazine.

May 1st, 2009

First Mount Vicious group interview by Lisa Hix for CHOPS
CHOPS is a bay area zine about music and food.

By Lisa Hix

If you get the full force of all five members of Mount Vicious together,
you are going to hear dick jokes. Mostly likely within one minute of
conversation. In fact, it takes a brave person to go to dinner with Mount
Vicious, and a brewpub like Cato’s Alehouse is ideal – just maybe not on a
Tuesday night. When bassist Brian James pipes up about gay porn, women
studying for their college classes scoop up their notebooks, and move
across the room. But Mount Vicious isn’t all locker-room talk; this band
has a serious mission – to bring back the RAWK, and it isn’t at all joking
about that.

Mount Vicious is something of an Oakland supergroup formed by
singer/guitarist Conan Neutron and drummer Chris Bolig (a.k.a. Richard
“Wreckless” Necklace) of Replicator, bassist Brian James of We’re Gonna
Fight the Eskimos Next and City Volume, guitarist Alli Mayhem of the Holy
Kiss and the Cold War, and AnDré — (a.k.a. Burgerwolf) of the Long Thaw,
Boyjazz, Stay Gold Pony Boy, and Generalissimo.

Because it’s a brewpub, naturally, pitchers of beer are purchased and
consumed. Alli orders the Super Chili Billy, tortilla chips topped with
melted cheese, vegetarian black bean chili, salsa, sour cream, and
pepperoncini. Brian, who grew up in San Antonio sniffs, “Those are
white-people nachos!” Dré reaches for the plate, “Being an authentic white
person, I’m gonna take some.” Chris, Alli, and Conan agree the nachos are
pretty tasty. “So three out of three white people agree, that these nachos
are great! Is this a pepperoncini? Because a pepperoncini is a white
person’s pepper. It really is! Like, Papa John’s serves them in their
pizzas.” Brian: continues ranting that the nachos (which, for the record,
aren’t even called nachos) don’t have enough cheese, and that really good
nachos can be found in the Mission District. And Dré calmly points out
that nachos are not real Mexican food, but something American invented
anyway. “White-people nachos, that is kind of redundant isn’t it?”

Dré, a.k.a. “Burgerwolf,” naturally, has the Cato Burger, ½ a pound of
Painted Hills natural beef with bacon, avocado, aioli, and grilled onion,
which comes with coleslaw and the house home fries, Catatoes (Cato’s
potatoes, get it?). The Burgerwolf has a burger at everyday on tour, so
he’s something of a burger expert, and the Cato Burger gets a thumb’s up
from him. Your fearless interviewer had the tasty Krabby Cakes, a special
with garlic aioli and a spring mix salad, and fortunately for me, no one
in Mount Vicious heard the name of my dish.

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April 27th, 2009


Make Room For Daddy is mixed a…
April 27th, 2009

Make Room For Daddy is mixed and sounding fucking fucktastic!

Just heard the first mix of Da…
April 27th, 2009

Just heard the first mix of Da Proposition. WOW. Boners (and Bonette) all around. It sounds goooooood.

Burgerwolf is bringing the “Yo…
April 26th, 2009

Burgerwolf is bringing the “Youth of America” guitar awesome to Princess of the Brodeo. I (Neutron) just told him to “hang 10 for a sec.”

Brian is look exspecially sexy…
April 26th, 2009

Brian is look exspecially sexy.

Dré is recording the “Russian…
April 26th, 2009

Dré is recording the “Russian Men’s Choir” vocal of What’s My Emotivation and it sounds awesome!!

John: “Well I think there’s a …
April 25th, 2009

John: “Well I think there’s a little bit of ‘fat man’ to his voice.”

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