Just in…”OG/AXL” Non-surgical Face Mask/Covering

The image here is a mock-up but the real thing is coming out of production in a few days! How much? $15 or $25 (plus S&H)!! 

Wait? What!??!! Why $25?

Well because you get a signed CD single of “Faded” (only 20 available). 

Don’t need the single? No problem! We got ya covered at $15 (plus S&H). 

*** Remember kiddos…a portion of all merch sold on our website goes to Meals on Wheels. 

^^^^ CatoVac & Spade Pre Orders & back orders shipping on Monday!

Junkyard CatoVac

3 new things! We may not be playing live but we are trying to bring ya some fresh music & swag!

“Rome is Burning” The 7-track digital EP Available May 8th on ALL streaming services. Acetate Records hit the vaults and collected Junkyard’s favorite “High Water” era rarities, B-sides and acoustic tracks.

On May 9th we are bringing back a few classic shirt designs. The “Faded Single Wolf” & “Propaganda AKA Inciter LeRock”. Remember kiddos, portions of all merch sales goes to Meals o Wheels!

New Video & EP!

Lazy Days & Sleepless Nights indeed! For your binging consideration we give you “Pushed You Too Far” from Junkyard’s “Old Habits Die Hard” on Acetate Records – includes archival footage from “Back in the Day” as well as current, never before seen footage… 

But Wait, There’s More! We hit the vaults and collected Junkyard’s favorite High Water-era rarities, B-sides and acoustic tracks. The 7-track digital EP, “Rome is Burning” is coming to yer favorite streaming service in early May!

Hollywood Video Credits

Original “Hollywood” Video Concept found!

While curating the artwork for “Old Habits Die Hard” photographer Amorette Muzingo not only found a mountain of old images dating as far back as 1986, but also found the original treatment for the “Hollywood” video with management and label production notes.

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Video concept by Jean Pellerin

An early bird provides a melodious soundtrack for a sorry sight. Crammed in the back of an old Chevy station wagon (covered with metallic flames, supported by extra wide rubber), two sleeping couples sweat among flies in the blazing morning sun.

Tire screeches coming from another vintage junk-mobile, turning a corner at unsafe speeds, awaken a tattooed clad band-member laying above a barely dressed female body. Dangerously accelerating towards the stable relic, the hot rod from hell, carrying the other Junkers (Dave, Chris and Pat) rams the back of the station wagon, abruptly waking Clay & Brian and their chicks…Let’s go Dudes.

After getting rid of their dates, the sleepy heads jump in their mates’ wheels for a quick ride to the house of sounds, a torn down mansion used as a rehearsal space. Once inside, JUNKYARD proceeds to bring down a house already burned out. The graffiti and the holes in the walls seem to be the only witnesses to a radical version of “Hollywood”.

As the performance evolves, JUNKYARD becomes more in need of room to move.

Walls and doorways begin to crumble under paratrooper boots and steel toed stompers.

Graffitied characters begin to sing back up lyrics.

Neighbors in rage (from the noise) begin to shout obscenities and call the police.

A roaming camera follows a mike wire upstairs to find Dave in a bedroom closet with a six foot blonde.

Grabbing a few buckets of abandoned blue paint, Pat decorates the walls with vignettes of the neighborhood (keyed into the dripping paint).

All hell is breaking loose as the house acquires a more spacious look. (walls are coming down).

This raunchy rock and roll demolition derby ends with a pair of law officers standing in awe, in the doorway, with guns drawn, amazed at the destruction.

“Can we help you officers?”

Directed by Jean Pellerin
Produced by Allan Wachs, Nicholas Myers and David Naylor
Director of Photography Tom Nordstrom (“Daybreak”, “Deep Core”, “Escape Under Pressure”)
Edited by Ozzie Zornizer (“Stark Raving Mad”, “Full Tilt Boogie”, “Clockwatchers”)