April 1, 2020 | doors at 8:00pm
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Triple Ds presents:
ELZIG & the South of Memphis Band | The Casket Creatures
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Koffin Kats
It’s been over 16 years since Vic, Tommy, & E-Ball started The Koffin Kats in their parent’s basements and played for beer in local Detroit bars. A psychobilly/punk band with influences ranging from The Damned to The Stray Cats, The Koffin Kats have covered a lot of ground. Nine albums later, a few member changes, and over 2,500 live shows from international tours… the founding lineup returned in 2016.

Six years after his departure, Tommy Koffin returned to playing guitar with The Koffin Kats. With Vic Victor on lead vocals and upright bass, and E Ball Walls on drums. In 2017, the trio released their latest album titled “Party Time In The End Times.”

2019 is a year of new music and international touring. KK will be releasing a new song each month while touring throughout North America and Europe.

You can keep up with Koffin Kats on all of the social media outlets. The band likes to keep it “old school” and suggests you check out their website at for all official information on news and tours.
ELZIG & the South of Memphis Band
Straight from the strip of HellVegas , just South of Memphis , and across the Georgia State Line, ELZIG The Demon Elvis. Thank You, Thank You Very Much!
The Casket Creatures
The Horror Rock/Punk group was originally formed in 2006 as Brain Buffet and reformed in 2010 as "The Casket Creatures". Gaining momentum in the horror music scene, "The Casket Creatures" have opened for bands such as Wednesday 13, Misfits, Michale Graves, Mister Monster, Blitzkid, Calabrese, Davey Suicide, The Independents, Static X and Bigfoot. "The Casket Creatures" have also been featured on the Michale Graves "Radio Deadly" show Loud N' Snotty with host Bobby Bloodfeast. The band released their debut album "Tales From The Unknown" in 2011 which was produced by Maq Brown from The Unicorn Room in Lawrenceville GA. They have just released the follow up "Sex, Blood and Rock N Roll" produced by Ty Watkins and James Nation.