Bloody punk-metal ghouls Chesty Malone and the Slice ‘em Ups come from the bowels of New York City, USA. With flesh eating vocals from Jaqueline Blownaparte, crushing guitar mangling by Anthony Allen Van Hoek, and a pummeling rhythm section courtesy of bass player Üruk Brutal and drummer Diablo Rodriguez, the Slice ’em Ups have been bludgeoning your eardrums and overloading your remaining...sorry ass senses since the Fall of 2006.

The Slice ’em Ups have played their twisted, blood soaked brand of rock n’ roll up and down the east coast of the US and the midwest for over ten years. They released their debut album “Now We’re Gonna See What Disaster Really Means” on Wrecked Records in Summer '08. It’s a 13 song blast that comes and goes in 28 glorious minutes. Then in Fall '11 they put out their second full length album, entitled "Torture Rock", also on Wrecked Records. It contains another 13 torturous tunes to corrupt the young and old. Plus it also has two instrumentals. And it clocks in at about 11 minutes longer than the debut. They've really progressed! Now as we hit their ten year anniversary in 2016, they're recroding their third full length platter "We're Still Dead" on vinyl! You can go order it now on glorious vinyl from our Store.

2012 saw Chesty Malone and the Slice 'em Ups appearing on the notorious Mentors tribute album "For Those About to Rap'e", where they were the only band with a female member (har har). They covered the immortal tune "All Women Are Insane" with some modified lyrics.

Winter 2013 saw the Slice 'em Ups holed up in a basement studio on Manhattan's Lower East Side concocting their two song salvo, the Destroy All Humans digital ep! Click Here to to download it.

The Slice ‘em Ups were weaned on punk bands like Black Flag, Misfits, Negative Approach and Bad Brains, along with metal bands like Black Sabbath, Motorhead and Venom. And they also like the Cramps and the Stooges. And the Bee Gees. Add in an un-healthy dose of zombie and slasher flicks, trashy novels and old time late night sci-fi TV and you’ve got Chesty Malone and the Slice ‘em Ups!

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Stay tuned kids, it's gonna be a bumpy ride!

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