March 9, 2012
I apologize for being a little late in posting these pictures. Unfortunately life gets in the way sometimes and priorities are moved to the back burner, but after looking through all the iSPY albums, I finally said these photos are just too good not to post. And with a touring name like Nuclear Cowboyz, umm… doesn’t that say it all? Well, kind of. Apparently performing Evel Knievel like tricks off of your motorcycle aren’t enough these days. We also need a backstory of a post-apocaolyptic Terminator like world to satiate our mental taste buds.
The legendary Nuclear Cowboyz, the Soldiers of Havoc and the Metal Mulisha stopped by the U.S. Bank arena in late January for a never-before-seen action-packed night, Nuclear Cowboyz 2012, which takes place in the war torn city of Los Angeles during the year 2150. The tale unfolds as the two tribes’ survival is threatened and besieged by an evil force, The Tempest and her electrifying Cyborg Army. Catapulted into the heart pounding fury and frenzied excitement are the sizzling Nuclear Cowgirlz, whose allegiance to their tribes only intensifies the Tempest’s rage to destroy the Nuclear Cowboyz. The Soldiers of Havoc and the Metal Mulisha’s battle is fought through fearless freestyle gravity defying stunts, combined with outrageous pyrotechnic and laser displays synchronized to heavy metal, rock alternative and electronic dubstep music.
Ok, so it sounds like a video game that would hypnotize teenage boys, but I kid you not, the Nuclear Cowboyz are real, at least they were for two nights in Cincinnati and we captured the havoc on film… for your eyes only.
*For a full photo album of the Nuclear Cowboyz please click HERE.
Photo credits: Steven Thomas of Photographic Memories, LLCto top ↑