Sadly, Jourgensen has decided to answer that question for us with his side project Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters, which also includes Rick Nielsen (Cheap Trick), Tony Campos (Static-X) and Mke Scaccia (Ministry/Rigor Mortis).
You can tell by the band name that Bikers Welcome Ladies Drink Free, out on AFM Records, isn’t exactly a serious country project. Unfortunately, it doesn’t really work as humor and ends up sounding more like the joke band playing in the corner of a dimly lit dive bar in a Rob Zombie horror flick. Granted, that could have been interesting if done right. This isn’t.
Some of the songs themselves aren’t horrible when taken for what they are — tongue-in-cheek potshots at hokey country music stereotypes — but you can only stand Jourgensen’s wailing like a wounded hound with bird shot still lodged in his throat for so long. In my case, about one song, and my choice, if I had to make one, would be either the cover of The Byrds’ “Drug Store Truck Drivin’ Man” or Heartsfield’s “The Only Time I’m Sober is When You’re Gone.”
I guess the guy’s got to do something now that he can no longer obsess over George W. Bush, but I don’t think this is the answer.