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Axe Girl Are Ready to Rock

Axe GirlAxe Girl are ready to rock tonight with a gig at The Odd Fellow in Fremantle.

Supporting the band is The Yokohomos and The Violent Crumble. So that’s three great bands on the line up.

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The band will soon be heading back into the studio to record again, so don’t miss this chance to see them live.

The band have just finished their third tour to Melbourne in six months.

Their most recent song ‘Beach – Take Off Your Clothes’ has led to fans shedding their garments at live gigs, and apparently one venue had to be evacuated after an inebriated fan set fire to her knickers in the toilets.

Check out the bands latest video and set your compass towards Fremantle tonight for a stellar show.

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