Inspired by the best moments of punk rock history, Budapest based three-piece Bankrupt deliver a unique blend of oldschool and newschool melodic punk rock, tinged with some punkabilly, rockandroll punk, and garage rock. Regardless of what hype is going on right now on what was earlier called the punk rock scene, Bankrupt stick to the music they like, and continue writing songs that sound the way punk rock was meant to be. The band released their 5th CD, Razor Wires And Neon Lights in May 2009 as a follow-up to last year’s critically acclaimed Rocket To Riot City, both on local label PiaRRecords. During the 13 years of their existence, Bankrupt have played over 300 concerts, including several big festivals, in Hungary and nearby countries like Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Serbia while their music also got a friendly reception in other parts of Europe, and in the USA. Both their 3rd (Shorter Than Danny DeVito) and 2nd albums (Bad Hair Day) were welcomed by a 10/10 rating by the prominent German punk/hc portal southspace.de, while Rocket To Riot City was rated 4/5 by both punkbands.com and thepunksite.com. Their releases are available worldwide on Bandcamp.com, iTunes, eMusic, Amazon, Napster and other digital stores.