As an integral part of Al Jourgensen's mutant family of musicians, Connelly joined a Mad Max-like travelling circus. Live shows were an ear-splitting redneck disco from hell, with sleazy strippers and even reports of live cattle on stage, all influenced by a mind-boggling cocktail of every conceivable narcotic.
Chris Connelly's dramatic confessional is funny, irreverent and sometimes downright scary. It is one of the finest portrayals of a man trapped in the eye of the post-punk industrial storm this side of Armageddon.
This newly revised edition contains additional stories, previously unpublished photographs, and a foreword by Jolene Siana, author of "Go Ask Ogre".