The Duane Peters Gunfight
The Duane Peters Gunfight

The Duane Peters Gunfight

About The Duane Peters Gunfight

Professional skateboarder and lead singer of the punk band U.S. Bombs, Duane Peters went solo, sort of, as the frontman of Duane Peters & the Hunns. The group released Unite in 2000, the old-school anthemic punk tunes led by Peters' hoarse, half-barked vocals. The sophomore effort Tickets to Heaven was issued the following year. Wayward Bantams appeared in early 2002, after which former Nashville Pussy Corey Parks (Peters' wife) became the permanent bass player and the band was rechristened Die Hunns. Their fourth effort, Long Legs, was released in March 2004 and Peters issued The Duane Peters Gunfight a year later, which Parks did not play on. Die Hunns were back in action in fall 2006 with You Rot Me. ~ Richie Unterberger

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