SOCIETY TOOK THEIR FUTURE; SOCIAL TRENDS DOOMED THEIR PAST!
This is the true story of The Refugees!
Hector "Spectre" Gomez
In the last dark days of Franco’s fascist reign, Hector ‘The Spectre’ Gomez was hidden in the basement by his mother. He sang softly to himself to keep from going mad. Mother lived in constant fear of Franco returning, and only just let Hector out of the basement. Since then, he’s been wowing crowds at sold-out venues all over Europe with his massive on-stage persona
Chris "Shot Glass" Walker
When he’s not smoking at Keef’s house, burying himself in recordings or plans for the next few thousand gigs, or imbibing fine bourbons, Chris ‘Shot Glass’ Walker has been refusing the approaches of names wanting to work with and for him, preferring to hone his own skills and pick the right moment to unleash them on the public once more. And now, the time is right
Eric "The Count" Blakeney
Eric ‘The Count’ Blakeney spent the better part of his adult life behind bars in Paj Gulag prison. While there, he constructed a crude bass guitar out of a broom handle and his cellmate’s garrotte, counting the days when he could rattle foundations and bones, joining his brothers in a power trio plus one
Mark "Martial" Black
Mark ‘Martial’ Black was a military drum major who was forced to flee his home country under suspicious circumstances. He spent the better part of his adult life wandering from temple to temple in the Far East honing his martial arts skills while working on his paradiddles. He never stopped feeling the beat, and now he’s back, via worldwide stages and Abbey Road