Shane: Hahah, it's kind of a joke. When we first started jamming we were thinking of names for a while, Genghis Kunt and The Revolting Blobs being some of our ideas. During the time we always used to jam GG Allin's cover of Charles Manson's "Garbage Dump." Someone suggested it and it just stuck. Reminescent of crazy ass nights at the time i guess you could say.
Hayden: How long has the band been around, how long have you been in it?
Shane: We started jamming just as a side fun thing about a year ago. January 2010 i think it was, and it's been the same members since the beginning.
Hayden: Any new material, tours, anything we could possibly be seing from the band?
Shane: We just bought a new practice space and have a lot of new songs we are working on. We have a friend Mark Sturman that wants to press a vinyl record for us on his record label "Evil Money." We also want to go record some new tracks soon. Aside from that, trying to hand make demos and make our own shirts, keep things fun and DIY.
Any venues you prefer?
Shane: Notsuoh's is awesome. We really like playing backyard shows and gigs that people put together themselves. Walter's was fun, but....
Hayden: Favorite song to play?
Shane: Beer money is always classic. They're all fun though.
Hayden: Favorite band youve played with?
Shane: We've played with Alimanas a couple times, and those guys are awesome. All the guys from HSA are fun, always help us out.
Abduktion is also a great Houstonpunk band, saw them at Fuzzy Fest, where we were supposed to play before the pigs busted it.
Hayden: Craziest show? What happened?
Shane: Actually hasnt been too bad so far, but definietly at Notsuoh's when Swervy was wasted and got naked. We stopped playing Garbage Dump, and his old band Swervy and The Nutsacks started playing for the first time in like a year just because everyone was hyped.
Hayden: Any new merchandise we will be seeing?
Shane: Hopefully some vinyl, maybe even some real CD's. We really wanna do shirts, but everything is fucking expensive.
Hayden: Who alls in the band?
Shane: Swervy- Vocals
Hayden: How did it start?
Shane: The Nutsacks had a couple of practice spaces about a year ago, and random people would just jam for fun. One day Swervy and Pepsi wrote a couple songs, Mooch hopped on drums and it was magic. Recruited train as bass and we have been writing tunes ever since.