Formed in San Francisco in 2000, Turn Me on Dead Man are a psychedelic rock quintet with tinges of stoner metal (aka "heavydelic") and have gained notoriety in the Bay Area for the intensity and decibel level of their live shows. The band caught the eyes (with artwork for what would become the group's debut) and subsequently the ears of Jello Biafra, who signed them to his Alternative Tentacles label. The band released its first album, God Bless the Electric Freak, in 2005; Technicolour Mother was released a year later. The band has toured extensively throughout California and the East Coast and has appeared at the SXSW music conference. ~ Megan FryePortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
© 2014 Rovi Corporation.