Exes & Whoas! out on Oct. 17th!

For Immediate Release: All girl punk rock and roll sensation from Tempe, Arizona, The Venomous Pinks will be releasing their second EP, “Exes & Whoas,” featuring Roger Miret from Agnostic Front on Friday, October 17th 2014. The album will be available for immediate download on iTunes or for purchase of hard copies at the CD release party at The Yucca Tap Room on Friday, October 17th. The Venomous Pinks “Exes & Whoas” CD Release show is sponsored by Phoenix Pabst Blue Ribbon and AZKaos.com, featuring specials guests Scorpion v Tarantula, Grave Danger, Des & The Cendents, Swapmeat, and Brimstone Way. DJ Gonzo and DJ Johnny Volume will also be spinning tunes and the Rumblers Car Club will be attending for a pre-event car show. Arrive early! The first 40 people will receive a free copy of the new EP.  No cover, doors at 7pm.


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VP at Hell City Tattoo Festival!


We are excited to announce we will be performing this years HELL CITY 2014 - tattoo festival! we hit the main stage at 1pm on Saturday August 16th, 2014.


August 15th – 17th, 2014
2400 E. MISSOURI AVE. PHOENIX, AZ 85016 / #602-955-6600 – MENTION HELL CITY




Welcome Gaby Kaos to The Venomous Pinks!

Happy New Year you filthy animals! 2013 is going to be the best year yet. We want to kick it off with an exciting change by welcoming Gaby Kaos to the band. Gaby Kaos is a former member of the band Look Out Look and also runs the DIY punk resource, AZKaos.com! We are very excited about her. She has been a breathe of fresh air. Gaby is an amazing guitarist and song writer and we look forward to her creative input on future material. We love her and know you will too!
the new pinks


Goodbye and Thank You Venomous Sue

It’s with much sadness and great sense of loss that we say goodbye to our bass player and founding member Venomous Sue, who has decided to move on from The Venomous Pinks to pursue her own endeavors. We wish her well in her pursuits.  During her time with us we achieved much success as far as our songs being put in movies, playing with our rock icons Betty Blowtorch, and opening for Johnny Rottens PiL. It’ll be the end of an era, We will miss Sue and her creative input and wish her all the best.