About this project

17 years ago, LUST CONTROL, one of the greatest punk rock band’s in history hung up their Chuck Taylors and left a distinctive void in the landscape of rock and roll.  Band members Doug “Gene” Van Pelt – vocals, Mitch “Bradford” Roberts – guitar, John “Butch” Wilson – bass, and Phil “Bob” Borrero – drums have not entered the studio in 20 years.  Until. . .

NOW!!

LUST CONTROL returns after a long hiatus to record their first offering in 20 years!  If you saw LUST CONTROL at Cornerstone Festival last year, or anywhere they have played since, you know that they are much heavier, much tighter, and more aggressive than ever!

We at Rottweiler Records are very excited to partner with LUST CONTROL to put forth the absolute BEST cd in the band’s history!  We are even more excited to launch this Kickstarter campaign in order to bring you, the fans into direct involvement in this project!

For more information straight from the horse’s (ahem) mouths, please view LUST CONTROL’S video because. . . OH MY GOSH!!!!  THE LUST CONTROL BAND MEMBERS UNMASKED!!!!

This is like when Kiss took their make up off, except Kiss was a huge band from the 70’s that wore make up, they were sickeningly rich, incredibly talented, adored by the masses, sold millions of albums worldwide, and have etched an indelible mark on rock and roll history!

Other than that, this is just like when Kiss took their makeup off!

Ok, just watch the stinkin’ video, would ya?

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