See also "Dan Hosker, Famed South Florida Punk and Holy Terrors Guitarist, Dead at 46." In 2008, Miami New Times contributor José Dávila wrote a feature story entitled "The Holy Terrors Rise Again," chronicling the return of a "raging art-punk quartet" that he called "the defining soundtrack for ... More >>
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photo courtesy of the band's websiteThe Holy Terrors at C.B.G.B.'s in 1994: Will, Sam, Rob, and DanWe'd lie if we said we weren't excited about Interpol's South Florida stop at the Fillmore on August 21. We haven't seen them stop here since 2007, and we've missed them. A lot. Well, now there's mo ... More >>
The legendary Miami band ripped it up with its original lineup.
The Holy TerrorsSaturday, January 10, 2009 Churchill's Pub, MiamiBetter Than: Any other band playing last night in South Florida Sometime back in the early 90's the Holy Terrors were playing at CBGB's when an earnestly keyed-up Dee Dee Ramone stuck around and told the guys he loved their music. Dee ... More >>
Miami New Times recently ran a feature on the still-alive Holy Terrors, legends of the Miami rock scene. Click here to read that story, which in help sparked the band to get together another reunion show. Rob Elba, William Trev, Dan Hosker, and Sam Fogarino form the classic Holy Terrors lineup that ... More >>
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