Sex Slaves

Three salacious young gents from the Lower East Side of New York City are here, lock up your ladies. In 2003 Eric13, singer, guitarist and a rock community mainstay from Philly, recently transplanted to New York, met a brother-in-arms in towering bassist Del Cheetah. Hellbent on a rock n' roll mission of the highest order, they began to write songs based on their experiences. The music reflects their identity, their influences, and their way of life - something every boy and girl could relate to. ...show more

Three salacious young gents from the Lower East Side of New York City are here, lock up your ladies. In 2003 Eric13, singer, guitarist and a rock community mainstay from Philly, recently transplanted to New York, met a brother-in-arms in towering bassist Del Cheetah. Hellbent on a rock n' roll mission of the highest order, they began to write songs based on their experiences. The music reflects their identity, their influences, and their way of life - something every boy and girl could relate to.

They self released their debut "Nikki" in the US and in Japan on Wizzard-in-Vinyl. The initial pressing disappeared almost instantly, so they soon followed it with a live album, "Pull The Trigger". The current line-up was finalized with the addition of drummer and New York band stalwart, J/Bomb. They were lean, mean and professional.

Three US tours and two Japanese tours solidified the SEX SLAVES' reputation as the toughest, baddest and hardest working band in NYC. Drawing on influences like the Misfits, Dead Boys, The Cult, Sex Pistols, Guns 'N' Roses, The Beatles, and one of the original music outlaws, Hank Williams, the SLAVES took their music to the masses, playing venues all across the country from CBGB's to LA's Viper Room and a memorable performance on opening night at Slamdance in Salt Lake City, Utah. They caught the attention of several American and Japanese publications, as well as rock icons Gene Simmons, C.C. DeVille, Davey Havoc and Lemmy Kilmister. ...show less