Peter Pan Speedrock is a hard rock band (also influenced by punk rock and psychobilly) Dutch, from Eindhoven,
In 1995, guitarist Peter van Elderen formed the band Peter Pan. He recorded a debut album with drummer Bart Nederhand and bassist Bob Muileboom. The latter is replaced by Bart Geevers and this line-up remains stable. Their music is a pretty crude mix of hard rock at the Motörhead / AC / DC with psychobilly.
In 2000, they signed to the Suburban Records label with the album Killermachine which includes rock-'n-roll-cliche-like songs like Big Toy and Pedal to the Metal. An intensive tour followed, followed by participation in the North by Northwest American Festival in Portland, Oregon, and South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. In 2001, the group is renamed Peter Pan Speedrock and released the album Premium Quality ... Serve Loud whose more accessible side will be worth the broadcast of their single Resurrection on the airwaves of NPO 3FM or studio Brussel.
In 2003, the band released the album Lucky Bastards, recorded with producer Kurt Bloch. The album includes elements of rockabilly and punk. They then tour the Netherlands and the rest of Europe. The group plays this year at the Pinkpop festival and often returns to Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the Czech Republic. In March, the group plays in Amsterdam for the charity concert Save Tibet Now! In the same year released the split-CD entitled Ritual of the Savage 10 in collaboration with groups Gluecifer and Danko Jones.