If other bands were the originators of shock rock and theatrical rock, WASP took it to the extreme in the 80’s. Their live shows, as wild and eerie as it gets, gave way to one of the most outrageous legends of the era. With the towering Blackie Lawless fronting the band, WASP went from the hard rock of their first self-titled release, “The Last Command” and “Inside the Electric Circus” to records full of social commentary and introspection such as “The Headless Children” and the legendary conceptual effort “The Crimson Idol”.

These days they keep on touring the world and recording albums such as the most recent “Golgotha” (2015). Hits like “Blind in Texas” and “I Wanna Be Somebody” will make Can Zam park jump like crazy.