For 30 years, the Cosmic Psychos have blazed a trail of empty beer cans and busted ear drums around the globe with their Strine drawl and savagely awesome punk rock & roll.
Founding member Ross Knight took sonic inspiration from the bulldozer he used to drive on his family farm and in doing so forged the Cosmic Psychos together with Bill Walsh and Peter Jones. Later, soldiering on after the death of guitarist Robbie Watts (band member from 1991-2006) in 2006 with the awesome Dean Muller on drums and John McKeering (Macka from the Onyas) banging guitars.
The Cosmic Psychos are legendary for their unique sound that resonates with punk rock fans everywhere and count among their fans The Melvins, Kurt Cobain, L7 and Eddie Vedder.
The Cosmic Pyschos Documentary "Blokes You Can Trust" so named after their 1991 album, follows the enigmatic and entertaining Ross Knight - farmer, father, weightlifter, front man and the bloke who rides the bulldozer.
The production of Blokes You Can Trust is already 70% complete, Syndicate Films have urged fans to dig through their archives for live footage, video interviews and photos from all eras of the band’s career. If you've got something, put it out there so this doco can be as informative and entertaining as it possibly can be. To contribute footage/photos or whatever you can contact: Matt Weston at firstname.lastname@example.org
A fundraising drive has been established via online crowd-funding platform Pozible (www.pozible.com/cosmicpsychos) for anyone wishing to contribute to the film’s production costs. Syndicate Films and the Cosmic Psychos have ensured there are some ridiculously grand incentives to encourage hardcore fans to dig deep. One package even guarantees generous supporters a 3-course dinner for four mates cooked by the Psychos themselves. Nothing could be finer.
Premiere screenings of "Blokes You Can Trust" are expected to be scheduled for early 2013.