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Devilish Presley is a punk rock, gothic rock band from Londonmarker.


Early Years

Formed by Jacqui Vixen and Johnny Navarro in 2002 in East Londonmarker, the band has released four albums on their own label November Tenth Records. After touring constantly for six years the band has built a loyal following from the goth, punk and psychobilly scenes in the UK and Europe. Devilish Presley became the house band at the Londonmarker club Dead and Buried, run by DJ Cavey Nik. The band's own Pity For Monsters promotion company was already putting on gigs in London in 2004 and after teaming up with Nik - forming Buried By Monsters - they were responsible for bringing many USmarker and European deathrock bands to the UK for the first time. The band have since stopped their promotional activities, whilst Nik has carried on putting on shows under his own Dead & Buried banner.

Europe and a publishing deal

During 2005/6 the band began to widen their appeal and played at many punk and psychobilly gigs. They have supported The Damned, The Misfits, The Meteors, The Horropops, The 5678's, Markey Ramone, Jayne County, The Vibrators, and many other acts. In 2006 they signed to the Wipe Out Music publishing company (Deadline, Goldblade 999, etc) and toured in Germanymarker, Francemarker, Hollandmarker, Polandmarker, Slovakiamarker and both Northern and Southern Irelandmarker. The single Hammer Horror Glamour (2005 from the Memphisto album) has been featured on several cover-mount CDs including Big Cheese magazine (UKmarker) and Zillo (Germanymarker). Such was the authentic 70's glam rock swagger of this single it even won praise from "Cut Above The Rest" a fanzine dedicated to The Sweet. Issue 43 . The Memphisto album became available worldwide on CD & iTunes in September 2006.


Halloween Queen the follow up single to Hammer Horror Glamour was made available on iTunes in March 2007 and the band played a 25 date UK tour - their only one with a live drummer - Ragborn Rosy.After parting company with their drummer the band decided to stick to their guns and continue as a two-piece with a drum machine. In August 2007 yet another UK tour began taking in 22 dates. Support slots on this tour included The Meteors, The Peacocks, Demented Are Go, King Kurt, and several dates with Canadian band The Creepshow. Johnny did some DJ work and also wrote the occasional article for Big Cheese Magazine.

2008. UK & European tours. Recording Flesh Ride

More European dates in Germany and Poland were followed by another UK tour to promote "Voodoo Goddess" the first track taken from "Flesh Ride" (their fourth album). A promotional video for this track was filmed by Martin Baker at the Cross Kings pub in Kings Crossmarker Londonmarker. The video has been watched by over 5,000 people on various sites linked to Youtube etc.In May 2008 Johnny did some dates playing guitar for P.Paul Fenech (The Meteors) when he undertook a European solo tour in Germanymarker, Italymarker, and Londonmarker. In August the band announced their new album "Flesh Ride" would be released on October 31 (Halloween) 2008 and would contain 15 tracks. This was once again released on their own November Tenth Records label. In November 2008 the band toured Europe again including a debut gig in (Romaniamarker) in the capital (Bucharestmarker). In December 2008 the band were the UK tour support for The Damned on 16 dates around the country.

2009: UK Tour in June to promote live DVD "Live Voodoo"

The band toured the UK in March and April 2009 to promote their "Flesh Ride" album. At one of these dates in Birmingham on April 3 - a live DVD was filmed. Entitled "Live Voodoo" it became the band's debut DVD. To promote the DVD (released on June 15th) a short UK tour took place throughout June. The DVD has since sold out.The band announced on 19th October via their Devil's Dandy Dogs forum that they will play a final 2009 show in Birmingham on 30th October. They will then be taking at least a year off from live work to write and record a 5th album.


  • Rust Garden (2003)
  • Disgraceland (2004)
  • Memphisto (2006)
  • Flesh Ride (2008)

  • Black Leather Jesus c/w Levis Dog (2003)
  • Memento Mori c/w Saturday Night Satellite (2004)
  • She's Not America (2005)
  • Hammer Horror Glamour (2006)
  • Halloween Queen (2007)
  • Voodoo Goddess c/w Losing Ground (2008)

  • Pagan Love Songs (Germany) (2004)
  • Dark Awakenings Vol 3 (Germany) (2006)
  • Screaming Tarts Vol 3 (UK) (2006)

Cover-mount CDs
  • Kaleidoscope Magazine (UK) (2005)
  • Zillo Magazine (Germany) (2005)
  • Sonic Seducer Magazine (Germany) (2006)
  • Big Cheese Magazine (UK) (2006)

  • Live Voodoo (June 2009)


  1. BBC Nottingham Review
  2. Dead & Buried With Ausgang 2005
  3. Pity For Monsters Shows On Starvox
  4. Bring Out Your Dead 2005
  5. The Spitz 2005
  6. “Majestically dark, yet sparkling and vivacious. Full of life and dressed with a tight ribbon of fiery vocals.”
  8. Slovakian National News item
  9. New Devilish Presley CD Highly Recommended it's so good that if you don't like it I will refund you your money, I mean it, I haven't been so excited by a band so much in years! 'Go Out & Buy! *Scroll down page to Issue 43*'
  10. [1] Room 13 Review
  11. Live In southend 2008 In Noisy Advent Calendar[]
  13. Devilish Presley support The Damned
  14. Devilish Presley support The Damned Total Rock News

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