Los Angeles-based horrorpunks Twilight Creeps have been hanging out as part of the scene for a few years, having released their self-titled album back in 2016, and are now attempting to get their name on the tongues of more and more fans while battling the dreaded sophomore slump with Along Came A Spider.
Well, Russia is all the rage these days if you pay any attention to the political spectrum and news channels, but fuck that noise for now, and let’s check out some horrorpunk noise from Russia! Chaneys were formed on October 31st, 2017 (my 32nd birthday just for the record) and back in October of 2018 they unleashed Legacy, six tracks of their take on horrorpunk.
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: Chaneys, Ghost Stories, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Legacy, Russian Horror Punk, Russian Horrorpunk, Russian Horrorpunk Reviews, Stereo Terror
Being lucky enough to have struck up a friendship with band members Markky Karloff and Kari Frankenstein, I was excited to check this album out and see how it follows up on what they did with Revenge, and I have to say, Why Even Ask? is a great follow-up, showing a lot of growth while retaining what made these guys special in the first place.
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: Experimental Horrorpunk, Hardcore Horrorpunk, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, music, Stereo Terror, The Prople, Why Even Ask?
Greetings fiends and ghouls, and welcome back to another edition of Mass HyStereo where we take a look at a few different albums in more of a rapid fire fashion, so without further ado, let’s get to it!
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Mass HyStereo, Reviews • Tags: Freakshow Sinema, Horror, Horror Metal, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horror Rock, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Mass HyStereo, The Crooked Mile, Trash Bats, Welcome To The Show
The Devil’s Sons are a psychobilly band out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. They are fronted by Brad Graves on guitar/vocals with Fernando De Los Santos on upright bass/backing vocals and Johnny Crash on drums. Their most recent EP Black Moonshine was released in fall 2018 through Batcave Records and this one sure is a banger!
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Psycho Billy's Slaughterhouse, Reviews • Tags: Batcave Records, Black Moonshine, Horror, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, music, Music Reviews, Psycho Billy's Slaughterhouse, Psychobilly, Psychobilly Reviews, The Devil's Sons
When the opportunity to take a look at Hangman’s Noose, the new album from South Bay psychobilly act The Thirsty Crows, I imagined this would be one for my good friend Psycho Billy take a look at. But as fate would have it, this one has landed in my lap. Longtime readers know I am not exactly the biggest fan of psychobilly/rockabilly music, but I am always willing to expand my tastes. And in this case, it worked out rather nicely.
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: Batcave Records, Hangman's Noose, Horror, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Psychobilly, Psychobilly Reviews, Stereo Terror, The Thirsty Crows, Thirsty Crows
Unlike most albums of this type, The Feast Of The Eye is broken up by bits of narration, furthering the story. This can be a tricky thing to pull off as sometimes putting a narration track in the middle of your album can halt an album’s momentum in its tracks….so how does the band do with this concept?
The Lycotones is the brain child of Mikey Garou, and Monster Hop! is the band’s first official release. If you’ve read my reviews in the past of albums that could fall in the doo-wop style (especially those from friends of The Deadhouse The Mutant Members Only Club and The Bastards) you’ll know it’s very hit or miss for me personally, so how does Monster Hop! work out?
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: Doo-Wop, Ginger Snaps, Horror, Horror Doo-Wop, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Monster Hop!, music, ontario bands, Ontario Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror, The Lycotones
Are you looking for a combination of stomping psychobilly and spicy Spanish accents? Well I have found the band for you! Voodoo Zombie is Chile’s first psychobilly band and is sure to inspire a resurgence of the genre from that part of the world. “Reviresco” was released on the Los Angeles-based record label Batcave Records. This album was recorded at Calavera Estudio and was mixed/mastered by Rene De La Muerte at Batcave Records. When you are a psychobilly band with both Dusty and Rene’s support you know you’re doing something right.