Dead Kennedys singer Jello Biafra did a pretty interesting/entertaining interview with some French (I think) media company in which he answers a bunch of pretty random questions. Most interesting, in my opinion, were his thoughts on the state of the punk scene today, his feuding and getting sued by his own bandmates and his reasons for keeping Alternative Tentacles alive. Check out the entire thing below.
Dead Kennedys released their last studio album “Bedtime for Democracy” in 1986 on Alternative Tentacles, shortly after their split with Jello. Since parting Dead Kennedys, Jello has formed a new band called Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo Bay School of Medicine. The rest of the band continues to perform as Dead Kennedys but with a new singer (Skip McSkipster).Add to My Radar