Babes In Toyland

Minneapolis punks Babes In Toyland, significant players in the early ’90s alternative rock boom, haven’t played a show since 2001, and they haven’t released an album since 1995′s Nemesisters. But they’ve been a frequent name-drop lately, particularly in White Lung reviews (including our own). The timing seems right for a reunion, and a reunion is what we’re getting. In an interview with Lancer Radio at Pasadena College yesterday, Kat Bjelland and Maureen Herman confirmed that they’re getting back together to write new material and play shows. Listen to the interview below.

(via Everybody Loves Our Town)

They expect the first gig to be a benefit for Lady Parts Justice in Minneapolis, but no date has been specified yet.

Comments (3)
  1. Between them and Veruca Salt, the 1990′s revival is back on :D

  2. That one in the dreads in the front was the soul of the group. I’ll wait to see if they call her.

  3. Right on. That’s Lori Barbero. It ain’t Babes in Toyland without her.

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