Mädhouse unleash video for new single “I Walk The Ponygirl”

Mädhouse unleash video for new single “I Walk The Ponygirl”

Austrian sleaze rockers Mädhouse consisting of lead vocalist Tommy Lovelace, guitarist Mikky Stixx and bassist Rickey Dee along with new members Thommy Black (guitar) and Casey J. Eiszenman (drums) have unleashed a video for their new single “I Walk The Ponygirl” from their sophomore album Bad Habits, which was released yesterday (on April 23, 2021) via Rock of Angels Records.

Track List for Bad Habits:
01. Bang Bang
02. Sick of It All
03. First Lick Then Stick
04. I Walk The Ponygirl
05. Itch To Scratch
06. Atomic Love
07. Rodeo
08. Bad Habits
09. Live It Up
10. Pure Oxytocin
11. Fake It Till You Make It
12. Metal Creed
13. Say Nothing At All
14. Tourette Brunette
15. Love To Hate

Mädhouse‘s debut album Money Talks Bullshit Walks finished at #14 on the Sleaze Roxx Readers’ Top 20 Albums of 2019 and #3 on the Sleaze Roxx’s Top Ten Albums of 2019. Sleaze Roxx stated the following with respect to that latter finish:

““Boom Boob Shaker!” One listen of that song and I knew that I needed to acquire Madhouse‘s album Money Talks Bullshit Walks. The record did not disappoint and most likely qualifies as the sleaziest and raunchiest album featured on the Sleaze Roxx’s Top Ten Albums of 2019. I have to say that the Austrian sleaze group is still a bit of an enigma to me as I am not even sure whether the band employs one or two lead vocalists. Whatever the case, Money Talks Bullshit Walksrocks from start to finish, and reminds me a lot of last year’s debut album No Sign of Relief from The Cruel Intentions, which was touted by many as the “sleaze” album of the year. Interestingly, Madhouse released a video for their track “Hard ‘N Heavy” which I actually consider to be one of the weakest tracks — there’s none really but you know what I mean — on the album. Had Madhouse released a video for the title track or “Boom Boob Shaker”, I have a feeling that they would have caught on a little bit faster. In any case, I haven’t read one negative review about Money Talks Bullshit Walks and the reason for that is simple. The album kicks ass and never lets up.”

Mädhouse‘s “I Walk The Ponygirl” video: