Joost - bass
Ray - drums
Evil Conduct Bio:
Many times Evil Conduct was compared with legendary Oi! bands from the early eighties. They were even nicknamed "the Dutch Last Resort". Although the band regards this as a big compliment it is obvious that Evil Conduct has its own identity with its own distinctive sound. Their music may be classified as basic, straight-in-yer-face, sing-along working class Oi! with powerfull vocals.
Evil Conduct was originally formed in 1984. But, with 2 skinheads in the line-up it was very hard to get any gigs in the eighties. After recording a demo and only a hand full of gigs, the band called it a day in 1988. In the nineties however, the demo-recordings were released as two 7" singles, and because hardly anybody knew anything about Evil Conduct, the band became some kind of obscure legend. In 1998-99 the band agreed to make a come-back after numerous requests by promoters. Since then, Evil Conduct has played gigs all over Europe and they have obtained a good live-reputation. The band is also renowned for its strong skinhead-identity, and what's more, singer-guitarist Han is a well-known tattooer working at KING OF KINGS TATTOO
In the beginning of 2006 Han and Ray welcomed Joost as their new bass-player. His rough style makes Evil Conduct's music even more punchy. The new line up recorded a 7" EP called 'Never Let You Down', which was released in autumn 2006 in order to satisfy the needs of their loyal following! After that the band concentrated on giging and writing new material for an album. This album was called KING OF KINGS and it hit the streets in October 2007. Due to circumstances it took the band 5 years to come up with this album, but i guess it has been worth waiting for. There's 14 tracks on the album, 12 self-penned songs and 2 coverversions of songs written by Jimmy Cliff and Hank Williams. Like previous albums this one is also released by Knockout Records and it will be available on CD as well as on LP. Also released by Knockout Records was a re-release of Evil Conduct's debut-album 'Sorry ... No' which included the 1986 demo-recordings.