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.
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: All In Vein, From Parts Unknown, Horror, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Kill With Your Kiss, Mass HyStereo, Rebel Flesh, The Draculads, The Zombie Mafia
I first came across The Blackrats in September when I heard of their tour through Quebec and Ontario. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to catch a show this time around, but I did pick up their latest release After Dark and I became instantly hooked.
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Psycho Billy's Slaughterhouse, Reviews • Tags: After Dark, After Dark EP, Horror, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Psycho Billy, Psycho Billy's Slaughterhouse, Psychobilly, Psychobilly Reviews, The Blackrats
Where to even begin with a band like Voice Of Doom? Originally formed back in 1983, the band toiled around for several years until disbanding in 1988. From there, miraculously the band would come back together in celebration of their 25th anniversary where they somehow found a brand new following and have been slowly plugging away ever since. Their newest release, Toxic Swamp, is currently set to be released on good ol’ Halloween, and the band have put together an excellent limited edition for fans and collectors alike.
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: 7", horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horror Punk Vinyl, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Horrorpunk Vinyl, Stereo Terror, Toxic Swamp, Vinyl Reviews, Voice Of Doom
I get a lot of different music from all over the world sent to me. So, it is increasingly rare that I come across something that really stands out, whether it be lyrically, sonically or otherwise. But with the new album from Anorexic Mannequin, entitled A Dressing And A Curse, I can unequivocally state that this is something different than the hordes of what I usually have filter through my inbox.
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: 1932 The Mummy, A Dressing And A Curse, Anorexic Mannequin, Horror, horror music, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Industrial Horror Punk, Industrial Horrorpunk, Nosredna Ghostley, Professor Sex, The Mummy, The Mummy 1932
Boasting ten tracks (well, nine if you discount the intro) of their particular take on the genre, it’s always refreshing to get a look at some new blood in the genre. So, how does the three-piece band from Ulm, consisting of Evelyn van Bytingale on vocals and guitar, Andrew Lycanhead on bass and vocals and Dr. Combat on drums, stand out in today’s crowded horror environment?
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: Final Broadcast, german horrorpunk, German Horrorpunk Reviews, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horror Vision, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Stereo Terror, Undead Artists
Horrorpunk has always been a very international genre, with genre lovers worldwide taking a stab at blending punk and horror. Portugal is not necessarily a hotbed of the genre, but a sudden blast has come from the European country. Skeletal Crew is comprised of Allsin Rotrotted and Skinwalker Pete primarily, having just formed this year. Putting together six tracks of what they describe as ‘putrid voices and groovy riffs’ Frankenstyle is undoubtedly one of the best debuts in the genre this year.
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: Frankenstyle, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Portugal, Portuguese Horrorpunk, Skeletal Crew, Stereo Terror
Greetings fiends and ghouls, and welcome to the first of many, the premiere of Deadhouse Radio! Head on over past the break to stream the first episode!
Categories: Deadhouse Radio, Horror, Horrorpunk • Tags: 5 Star Grave, 5¢ Freakshow, al b. damned, Black cat attack, Blitzkid, Chainsaw Fight, Deadhouse Radio, Gallowmere, Horror, horror punk, Horror Rock, Horrorpunk, music, Nim Vind, Roky Erickson, Shadow Windhawk, Stellar Corpses, Tomb Of Nick Cage
While Gallowmere have never been officially reviewed on this site, they did contribute a track to The Deadhouse Presents Cuts From The Slab and have long been a favorite around these parts. After a long layoff that seemed like forever, the band is back with a new album featuring 7 tracks of blistering horrorpunk. From The Forested North is the band’s second official release, in addition to a live album and a few sporadic singles, and the band takes their best shot with this one
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: Brad Rondeau, From The Forested North, Gallowmere, Horror, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, Jesse Nameless, Joey Null, music, Stereo Terror
This one has been a long time coming. It was last summer when I first interviewed Argyle Goolsby before his performance with the Roving Midnight in Toronto where we discussed his plans to release a studio recording of the Hollow Bodies acoustic side of his music.
Categories: Horror, Horrorpunk, Reviews, Stereo Terror • Tags: argyle goolsby, Argyle Goolsby And The Roving Midnight, Blitzkid, Hollow Bodies, horror punk, horror punk reviews, Horrorpunk, Horrorpunk Reviews, music, Music Reviews, Reviews, Stereo Terror