Best known to be surprise rocker G.G. Allin’s last support music group, the Murder Junkies continued also after their leader’s drug-induced loss of life in June of 1993. When Allin surfaced from prison through the early ’90s and wished to job application his documenting/touring profession, his sibling, Merle Allin, set up a music group for him. Included was Merle himself on bass, drummer Dino Sex, and guitarist William Weber (the last mentioned which moonlighted in another group, the Stainless Cranks). G.G. Allin & the Murder Junkies were able to comprehensive several tours jointly from 1991 through 1993, aswell as issuing the official studio room record (Brutality & Bloodshed for everyone), and was highlighted in the wonderful G.G. documentary, Hated. As evidenced in Hated as well as the post-mortem discharge, Res-Erected, previous Ramones bassist Dee Dee Ramone was a short person in the Murder Junkies, being a guitarist. After G.G.’s passing, the Murder Junkies continued with a number of different performers, the first getting Antiseen frontman Jeff Clayton. However the Clayton-led version from the music group finished a two-week tour during middle 1995, the vocalist was still an associate of Antiseen, and came back back again to his first music group immediately soon after. Weber connected the Murder Junkies up with their following frontman, previous Pagans member Mike Hudson. But like Clayton, Hudson’s tenure just lasted some time. Next up to occupy the vacant frontman placement was newcomer Mike Denied, however the music group strike a snag when Weber divide from your group during past due 1996, to come back back again to the Chromium Cranks full-time. The Murder Junkies possess issued a set of releases so far, the seven-track EP Feed My Sleaze as well as the three-track solitary The Right to stay Violent, while Merle also operates a tape-selling business privately, specializing in video clips of his notorious old brother.