Mean Venus


Mean Venus
MEAN VENUS

The band
Background information
Genres indie rock
Labels Negative Neptune Records
Website www.meanvenus.com
Members
'J'
Adrian Freyre
Marcelo Cardosa
Russ Ippoliti
Chigger

Mean Venus is an American indie rock band from New Jersey. The quintet consists of 'J' (lead singer and songwriter), Adrian Freyre & Marcelo Cardosa (guitar), Russ Ippoliti (drums), and Chigger (bass). Formed in early 2006, Mean Venus has shared the stage with numerous national acts including 7Mary3, Skid Row, Extreme, Ratt, Dokken, L.A.Guns, Stryper, King's X, Rainbow, UFO and many others. In April 2008, Mean Venus headlined the Hawaiian Chopper Magazine's Motorhead Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii. They also performed at 2008's Clearwater Festival. Mean Venus songs have received radio airplay all over the country (WDHA, WZZO, WYSP, etc.)

Discography

The band released its debut album, PCP, in June 2008, and their second album, CRAZY ASS AMERICAN, under Negative Neptune Records in July 2009.

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