Pantychrist pictures at left by Ray D'Ashun

An update for all you PaNTyFiENdS!!  We are presently booking shows for 2020 and
have a Central Canada tour kicking off on May 29th if venues are allowed to reopen.
North Bay, Ottawa, Timmins, Sault Ste. Marie, Kenora, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg
and Thunder Bay get ready!!!  Look on the shows page for dates and information. 
A very big thank you as well to everyone who has been buying our stuff: cd's, shirts,
downloads, etc.  We really appreciate the support and can't wait for you to hear the
new material.  There is a lot of stuff coming up in the near future so check back
soon and keep an eye on our facebook page as well for more pics and updates.

Pantychrist provided the music for the fictional band MONSTER KITTEN in the
independent UK horror comedy DEAD AIR (2019). The tracks used in the film were
taken from 2011's 'ThE GiRLs NeXt DoOR' sessions and demos recorded for the
shelved 'CrACkHeAdS AnD ENAbLeRs' album. Set on a plane travelling to a final
gig, Dead Air tells the story of Monster Kitten, an all female punk rock band who
who end up on a flight with some nasty little creatures who like to bite and infect
their victims to the point of all hell breaking loose at 30,000 feet. With the help
of their instruments, a tape recorder, a dodgy crew member and a bottle of piss,
the band try to fend off the evil to get to their final gig.
The three songs used in the film are available from -here-

The Pantychrist tune "No Gods No Masters" was originally released in 2014 on an
online compilation called 'Assault & BATtery'.  It was a benefit for the Bat
World Sanctuary and you can support their efforts and purchase the comp
through by clicking -here-.  "No Gods No Masters" was one
of the highest streamed tracks on the compilation and appeared on radio
and podcast year end Top 10 lists.  The song is now available through all major
download and streaming sites as a single.  The cover photo was captured during
Pantychrist's performance at the Toronto World Pride Festival by Alejandro Freeland.
iTunes   Amazon   GooglePlay   Bandcamp   CD Baby   Spotify   Deezer  

Pantychrist have locked down the 13 tracks that will comprise the new album.
From fast and pounding hardcore blasts to eerie rhythmic drones, every song has
it's own identity.  Some of the tunes such as Puckerpunch, Dirty Girls, Come Out
And Play, Shame Mask, I Spy and No Gods No Masters have been staples of the
bands live set in recent years and the actual album title has yet to be revealed.

"When a Jehovahs Witness stumbles into a Riot Grrrl meeting, beliefs are challenged
on both sides.  But with the Apocalypse just around the corner these teen
punk prophets must band together to save the world by making fanzines,
rocking out and navigating the beginning of love at the End of Days."  That
was the synopsis of a play written by Award Winning Playwright Louisa Hill
and produced by Will Play For Food Theater Group.  Riot Grrrl Saves The World held
its stage performance premiere in Hollywood in 2014 and featured music by Bikini
Kill, Slant 6, Excuse 17, Dickless and Pantychrist!!  There is a playlist on Soundcloud
of some of the songs used in the production.  We haven't found any footage online,
but the reviews were glowing.  Click -here- to listen to songs from the production.

For all the musical history/origins/timeline fanatics:  a new book has been published
entitled "Evenings & Weekends: Five Years In Hamilton Music 2006 - 2011".  Andrew
Baulcomb chronicles his experiences with the bands and people he encountered in
the local music scene.  Danyell was interviewed for the project and Pantychrist have
a four page feature in the book.  You can find more about it by clicking -here-.

Pantychrist issued a compilation cd entitled  Break It Down at the end of 2011.  It
contains 13 tracks with material ranging from the original first demo in
2004 to brand new recordings in 2011.  It has received glowing reviews
from Black Phoenix Rising and Punk News.  For more information and
ordering info click -here-

The Rise Of Pantychrist documentary appeared on YouTube in 2012. It was filmed
in 2007 and is a discussion with band members about the origins of Pantychrist,
their lives and the dynamics of playing in a female punk rock band. Additonal
commentary from Randy Rampage and others about Pantychrist and women in
the music scene.

Pantychrist had recorded 6 songs for Suburban White Trash records in 2011 for
ThE GiRLs NeXt DoOR 7" but that project has
been put on hold.  Two songs from the
sessions "Bitch" and "Psychopatho" appeared on 'Break It Down: A Cuntpilation'.
Danyell was featured in a collection of paintings created and displayed by Jennie
Philpott.  Read more about it -here-  A picture of the painting is at the right.  
You can visit Jennie at her site -here-

For those looking to buy an original cd version of Never Love Anything,  it has long
been sold out.  You can still find some copies online through
and it's worldwide sites.  Be warned that they are charging 'premium prices'
for new and used copies.  But if you have to get a physical copy that is our
suggestion.  For all the cyberpunx and the new digital generation, you can
download Never Love Anything from  Click the download icon.

Pantychrist hooked up with the Stranglehold Wrestling Federation back in 2007
for their Summer Shit Kickin' Show. Check out some pics and a review of that still
talked about night right -here-

Dead Air soundtrack available

"No Gods No Masters" available
now on all major download and
streaming sites. iTunes, Spotify...

Riot Grrrl Christmas compilation
courtesy  of  Cleopatra  Records.
Pantychrist have the lead off track
iTunes, Amazon, Cleo Rec, Spotify

Jen and Emma-O with Reagan
Youth's Tibbie X-Kamikaze

Danyell by Jennie Philpott

Danyell with Ian Decay