Guitarist/vocalist Big John Bates started using his make of psychobilly throughout his local of Vancouver in 1999 backed by the original tempo secion of bass and drums. With an motivation that appears up to the Cramps, the Reverend Horton High temperature, and yet another lyrical articles of bad young ladies, motorcycles, demons, and alien strippers, Raucous Music released Bates’ first EP, entitled Vibro-Psychotic, in 2000. The next calendar year, Hullabaloo and Un Toro Information collaborated release a his debut full-length, Flamethrower. Bates came back in 2003 along with his sophomore work, Mystiki. Consider Your Medicine made an appearance in 2006. In ’09 2009, Bates released his 4th full-length record, Bangtown. A calendar year afterwards, he followed-up with Clockwork Blues. In 2011, Bates added bassist/cellist/vocalist Brandy Bone fragments to his ensemble to talk about lead-vocal responsibilities. In 2012, he released the EP Headless Fowl as well as the full-length record, Battered Bones.