Dave Kerr

  • Teenage Casket Company


Photo Credit: Pixel Hate Studios / Stage Dive Photography

About Dave Kerr

TEENAGE CASKET COMPANY effortlessly cut two strong indie releases on their own TrashPit Record Label - the debut album 'Dial It Up' in 2005 earning them the title of 'Underground Album of The Year' in Powerplay Magazine and the follow up EP 'Eat Your Heart Out' spawning the infectious lead single 'Don't Look At Me Like That' and it's accompanying fun video. Three years of solid touring and promotion saw the band tour the USA twice and venture into Europe to more strong, positive feedback.

Despite a break of almost two years, the TCC flame still burnt strong as the band pursued their own individual projects as members toured and wrote with the likes of 80s Rock Legends The BulletBoys, well respected Glam Frontman Stevie Jaimz, Richard Bacchus from New York Sleeze Punk Icons D-Generations and Irish Tour Dogs The Dangerfields. All the time at shows, the question was asked 'When are TCC returning'. It was clear that people truly loved this band!

Following the departure of founding member Jamie Delerict in 2009, frontman Wylde, bassist Rob 'Laney74' Lane, and powerhouse drummer Spike, forged on, refining the band's sound and hit back hard with their single 'Best Friend Is My Radio' and signed a US record deal with JAMSYNC Records to release 'Best Kept Secret', a best of CD in 2011. On Valentines Day 2012 the band released a new single/ video "Without You" a taster from the forthcoming new album due for release in the summer of 2013. In February of 2013 TCC added Silverjet frontman/ Guitarist to the band as Lead Guitarist and performed at the legendary Cavern Club in Liverpool as part of the International Pop Overthrow Festival to rave reviews.

A brand new studio album titled 'STILL STANDING' was released September 2013.

TEENAGE CASKET COMPANY have stood true to what fueled them in the very beginning. It's always been about the combination of great hooks and an explosive live show. It's a simple blue print that has worked so far and will continue for a long time to come!