We're a DIY band.
We run our own label (Brain Drain Records) that books our shows, builds our websites,
creates all of our packaging and marketing materials, and makes all of our merch,
so we're very proud of our accomplishments.

Vintage Torque Death-Ray Design

September 2003 - The Tremors play their first out of state festival, The Gray vs. Blue Rock 'N' Roll Festival in Brooklyn, NY.

April 2004 - The Tremors release their debut LP, “The Scourge of the South,” with rave reviews.

May 2004 - Tremors create the annual “Chicken Pickin’ Rock ‘N’ Roll Revue”, an event featuring 7 great real rock'n'roll bands.

June 2004 - The Tremors win 1st Place in Greensboro’s “Home Grown Music Competition” sponsored by The Greensboro News & Record.

June 2004 - The Tremors open two shows for legendary rockabilly wildman Hasil Adkins.

July 2004 - The Tremors perform live on Fox 8 morning news, and are interviewed by anchor, Shannon Smith.

July 2004 - The Tremors 1st CD, “The Scourge of the South” is picked up for distribution in the U.S. and Europe, to include Raucous Records (England), and Nervous Records (England).

August 2004 - The Tremors take over the airwaves at UNC-Greensboro for 2 1/2 hours of live rockabilly music and interviews. Shortly following, the band does guest spots on various other local radio shows.

August 2004 - An interview with the Tremors in Rock-N-Roll Purgatory magazine.

September 2004 - The boys open for The Reverend Horton Heat in a Rockabilly Ambush at Ziggy’s in Winston-Salem, NC.

October 2004 - Tremors open for Southern Culture on the Skids.

December 2004 - GoTriad Magazine lists “The Scourge of the South” as one of the best regional releases of 2004.

April 2005 - The Tremors are invited to share the stage with the Killer himself, Jerry Lee Lewis at the Annual “Rockin 50’s Fest” in Green Bay, Wisconsin. That year’s bill also featured many of yesterday’s and today’s most famous Rock and Rockabilly acts such as Ike Turner, Wanda Jackson, Link Wray, BillyLee Riley, Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys, and Los Straightjackets, to name a few! Charlie Feather's children, Wanda and Bubba Feathers even caught the Tremors set!!

January 2005 - The Tremors get an outstanding review in Rockabilly Monthly magazine.

April 2005 - The Tremors partner with Slave Audio Documents to release the “Uranium Rock EP” in ‘glow-in-the-dark’ 7” vinyl & CD formats.

July 2005 - The Tremors are featured in The Horse magazine.

September 2005 - The Tremors are featured on UNC-TV’s “North Carolina Weekend.”

August 2005 - The Tremors perform at The Horse Magazine’s 2005 Smoke out at the Rowan County Fairgrounds.

October 2005 - The Tremors appear on Turner South's “Yokel TV.”

2006 - The Tremors open several local shows with notable acts such as Southern Culture on the Skids, The Reverend Horton Heat, and The Legendary Shack Shakers.

December 2006 - The first run of “The Scourge of the South” sells out.

January 2007 - The Tremors release their 2nd full length, “Invasion of the Saucermen” with 3-D disc artwork, packing, and a free pair of 3-D glasses.

July 2007 - “Invasion of the Saucermen” gets a great review in German Horror-Psychobilly magazine, Virus. Although the interview is entirely in German, we know they were impressed given the 4 out of 5 stars rating.

April 2007 - Rod Kulture Magazine features The Tremors in their Spring 2007 issue.

September 2007 - The Tremors perform at the Legendary 7th Annual Rhythm and Roots Reunion in Bristol, TN. Boasting 22 stages over 3 days in the birthplace of country music, the RARR is one of the largest roots and americana festivals in the world.

2008 - Tremors songs appear on a pair of compilations: the home-grown "Closed Coffin Records Vol. NC" and "Night of the Rock'n'Roll Mutants" released by Pumpkin Records from England.

July 2009 - Brain Drain Records releases "Demon Boogie Fever", hailed by fans and critics as one of the Tremors' best albums to date.

July 2009 - The Tremors are interviewed and perform unplugged versions of "Manifestation" & "(I Ain't No) Two-Timin Man" on 98.7 Simon FM.

2009 - Tremors songs appear on two compilations: "Turn Your Head and Comp"(Still Not Dead) and "Rise of the Hot Rod Zombies" released by Boss Beat Records run by LX of Los Angeles horrorbilly band Los Creepers.

Spring 2010 - In April The Tremors open for San Diego's Deadbolt, "the Scariest Band in the World" and in July open for the the kings of psychobilly, The Nekromantix.

July 2010 - The Tremors are featured on the soundtrack of "Vintage Torque 4" video magazine.

September 2010 - Tremors perform at the 10th Annual Rhythm and Roots Reunion in Bristol, TN. Boasting 22 stages over 3 days in the birthplace of country music, the RARR is one of the largest roots and americana festivals in the world.

November 2010 - The Tremors make their big-screen debut in "Hellphone" performing "Late Night Drive-In Monster Show" from their cd "Invasion of the Saucermen".

August 2011 - The Tremors are hand picked to join the Dancin' Outlaw himself, the legendary Jesco White to travel and perform with him nightly on the Highway to Hellbilly tour.