(1982 – 1984)

Meaning Bandname: Literally means chunks of vomit. The first singer was called Karel Kotz.

Bio: Starts as Vomit in 1981 until 1982 and Paul changes the name into Kotsbrokken. After a divorce with Karel Kotz, Freddie Peters (Old Hippie) takes over the microphone. Split up in the beginning of 1984 because Paul and Richard get into too many fights during gigs and because of gig cancellations due to vandalism and fights (like Doe Wat in Hengelo).

Description: Punk (favorites are The Subhumans and The Dark from the UK)

Freddie Peters aka Old Hippie – vocals (1983-1984)
Richard van Dijk aka Richard Rat – guitar
Bert Bulters – bass
Paul Remmelts aka Paul Pogo – drums

Karel Kotz – vocals (1982-1983)

Other bands:
Bert Bulters – Crack Regiment

1982 – 3 song TP (Selfreleased, NL)
Recorded @ rehearsal, Almelo
(Killer Cell (Infected Human Brain), Alte Kameraden, Kings Road)

1982 – 5 song TP (Selfreleased, NL)
Recorded @ rehearsal, Almelo
(We Are What We Are, Kings Road, Paranoid, Businessman, Men Killer)

2016 – 1984 LP (Queer Pills, USA)

1985 – Alle 55 Kort TP (A.E.D., NL)

Concerts: (assorted)
1983.02.09 Stokvishal, Arnhem (+ Chron Gen)
1983.02.10 Simplon, Groningen (+ Chron Gen)
1983.02 Doornroosje, Nijmegen (+ Chron Gen)
1983.03.31 De Hagen, Almelo (+ Boegies, Mental Disturb)
1983.11.12 Braak 16, Haaksbergen (+ Crack Regiment)
Simplon, Groningen (+ Boegies)
De Hagen, Almelo (+ Vopos, Die Kripo’s, Nervous System)
Babylon, Hengelo (+ Splodgenessabounds)

And alot of other small venues in the Netherlands

Source: Bert Bulters