Members: Danny | Bradley | Brian
Brian Wilson Shock Treatment meets The Labor Party meets The Standells? No, even better than that! Theyre tight musically, good production - hey, its a hit! Great rock n roll record! Lots of 1960s influences, but the same as The Ramones and Dictators (The Hollies, The Who, The Kinks, The Standells, etc.).John Holmstrom, Punk Magazine
The legendary status of The Ramones, New York Dolls, and Television is no accident. Their fundamental albums led to the creation of a subculture that continues to thrive. Rare, though, is the band that maintains the same uncompromising and unrestrained attitude of these predecessors. On their self-titled debut album, The Visitors rocket through twelve tracks of the same classic, simple, and essential rock and roll that changed the course of music. Drummer Danny rocks both tight, fast, punk beats and slower, bluesy rhythms. Brians bass playing is complex but understated; his and guitarist Bradleys vocals possess a wail that no punk rock band would be complete without.