Junkyard Dogs

Junkyard is an American hard rock band formed in 1987 in Los Angeles, California, United States, with members previously in Minor Threat, Big Boys, Decry and Dag Nasty. The band drew comparisons with Guns N' Roses (which, like Junkyard, signed with Geffen Records).In 2015, Junkyard released two brand-new songs "Faded" b/w "The River" on Unison Music Group. In 2017, Junkyard released its first album since 1991, High Water. November 22, 2019 [13] Acetate Records released the band's 1992 studio album, Old Habits Die Hard. Back in 1992, Junkyard was a well-oiled machine, their previous two releases performed well, they had multiple videos in rotation on MTV, and successful club and arena tours under their belt. Looking to infuse more of their musical sensibilities into their third effort, they began writing and recording and in a short few months, they had compiled over 20 songs. The new material reflected more of their alt/punk roots, which was not much of a directional change considering their strong punk pedigree.