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Gaggle Of Cocks

Formed: 2001
From: Brooklyn, NY, United States
Last Known Status: Active

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Gaggle Of Cocks Releases "Crawl" Video

Gaggle of Cocks has released a video clip for the song "Crawl," which can be seen below, and the band comments:

"Last December, we played a show at The Legendary Dobbs in Philly with some great bands. We had a two man production crew shoot the set.

"Here's the video they put together for the song Crawl, off our first album, American Trash! Thanks to Nick Hatsis and Anthony Zagarella for their hard work.

"Special thanks to Jo Shuftan for premiering the video on Horns Up Rocks! We'll be playing a special Horn's Up Rocks show in NYC on July 19th... get on it! Get down! CRAWL!" More...

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Gaggle Of Cocks Signs With Sliptrick

New York City's mightiest power trio Gaggle of Cocks (featuring former Slunt, Quite Riot, and Widowmaker members) has signed with Sliptrick Records for the worldwide digital release of sophomore CD, "Low Class Trendsetter." The label comments:

"GOC features a stellar line-up of pedigree musicians. Former Slunt members Pat Harrington (guitar & vocals) and Charles Ruggiero (drums), along with bassist Freddy Villano (formerly with Quiet Riot, Widowmaker and Awaken), are the rock solid foundation of the power trio line-up. They are occasionally joined by former Kelly Osbourne, Queen V and X’s guitarist Chris Goercke.

"In 2008, upon the release of debut CD, American Trash (Screaming Ferret/Locomotive), renowned bravewords.com journalist Martin Popoff proclaimed, 'Not since Melvins, Antiseen, Dwarves, Butthole Surfers and Agony Column has a band sounded so incendiary. GOC's music has also been featured on the A&E television show Dog the Bounty Hunter three times—a monumental achievement for a band that has defied the odds since its inception."

You can also check out our review of "American Trash" at this location.

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