Bullets & Octane Hit The Coach House March 1st
When you hear the name Bullets and Octane, you know you’re talking about a rock band. And Bullets and Octane are a rock band, but that’s not their limit. On In the Mouth of the Young, this Orange County-based band delivers a fast, intense blend of metal, hard rock and gritty punk rock.
The band released their debut EP “The One Night Stand Rock N’ Roll Band” under the name “Bullets N’ Octane” in January 2003. They changed their name to “Bullets and Octane” for the release of their debut album, “Revelry”, which was released in September 2004 on the independent label Criterion Records.
2006 saw the band release “In The Mouth Of The Young” on RCA Records. In the same year the band toured with both Stone Sour & The Deftones. In November of 2009 Bullets headed out on a US/UK tour with Wednesday 13’s new band Gunfire 76.
The summer of 2011 saw the release of a B-sides and Live EP and the announcement of a reunion of the “classic” Bullets’ line-up (Louis, Vaughan-Jayne, Tankersley, Clawson, Smith) . After a sellout show and an album in the can the band are now on tour which will hit the Coach House on March 1st.
Check out one of their videos here for a little taste of their music:
Opening for Bullets and Octane is Franki Doll & The Broken Toys who play arena rock infused with punk. Attend any live show, and it’s very clear that the main event is singer Franki’s stage presence. Tattooed from head to toe with Pat Benetar’s swagger, Franki sings about “Morphine Lollipops”, true stories of tragedy, survival , hope, and fairy tales.
Check out Franki Doll & The Broken Toys’ music video for “Morphine Lollipops”:
Bullets and Octane and Franki Doll & The Broken Toys hit the Coach House with Unit F and Split Decision on Thursday, March 1st. Tickets are $15, doors open at 6PM, show starts at 8PM. For tickets, dinner reservations, and more information please call the box office at 949 496 8930 or visit thecoachhouse.com