The Zombie Dandies “Dandy’s Little Monsters”

French horror glam punk ZOMBIE DANDIES are back with a free downloadable album, and set the listener into their world right from the start with their cartoonish burlesque "Little Monsters Intro", and the fun and pretty chaotic "Halloween Again." Songs like "Killer Rabbit", "Regenerate My Dead Pet", "Brundlefly", or "Dangerous Weirdo" reminds me of the... Continue Reading →

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Cadaver Club “It’s Always The Quiet Ones”

Irish horror punks CADAVER CLUB are always ready for Halloween, and this time, they bring us 13 new songs. "Afraid Of Me", "Penny Dreadful" and "Transylvania Twist" open this second album in a glam punk way, reminding a bit of the TRASH BRATS. Songs like "Southern Cemetary", "Twilight of The Gods", or "The Quiet Ones"... Continue Reading →

Raging Dead “Born In Rage” EP

New horror punk band from Italy bringing us 6 (well, actually 5 since "Awakening Of The Damned" is an intro) songs with heavy WEDNESDAY 13/MURDERDOLLS influences, and an image close to Sweden's SISTER, something like black metal meets glam on a Halloween night. The guitar sound in songs like "Scratch Me", or "Anathema" is definitely... Continue Reading →

Cavaverman “James Dead”

It seems like these Italian guys have turned to zombies after listening to Too much MISFITS! Luckily, they can still play horror punk, and they do it quite well. Although, it might really sound like a MISFITS tribute band, (and it is in a way), CAVAVERMAN can write some catchy tunes in the style ("Welcome... Continue Reading →

Cadaver Club “A Fate Worse Than Life”

Horror rock is quite a large category, but when you think about horror punk, it's hard to avoid mentionning The MISFITS, and CADAVER CLUB know it well ("I'm Making a Monster, Baby", "Do You Dig Graves?"...) Although they come from rainy England and describe their music as funeral punk ("The spectacle of ALICE COOPER with... Continue Reading →

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