You may remember way back in the infancy of The Deadhouse that I did a Stereo Terror review of Dead Dead Bad, from horror death-metal group Evil Brain Taste. Well, now the group is back with a new video and a new album for you to consume!
Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, Hembree & The Satan Sisters is a new project spearheaded by front man Zackery M. Hembree. Mixing a whole gamut of styles, ranging from old school outlaw country to horrorpunk to metal, the band’s upcoming debut album, F.Y.F. promises to be one of the more interesting and eclectic albums of 2019.
SHOCK STOCK is something I have covered in the past here on The Deadhouse, and nothing will change in that regard going forward. And as the 2019 event approaches, you can be damned sure that attendees, including yours truly, are in for another weekend of horror, fun and debauchery! This year will be the third entry of the event since moving from Centennial Hall here in beautiful London, Ontario to the Ramada Inn, where patrons can stay, sleep, and more importantly, party amongst each other and this year’s stellar lineup of guests. And today we will be taking a look at who those guests are!
Damnation have been making a name for themselves among the scene for a few years now, with their debut release After Midnight having been reviewed here upon its release back in 2017. Since that time the band have been working away and have even become the current members of Shadow Windhawk’s touring band, The Morticians (as evidenced by his cameos in the video!). And now, in preparing for the forthcoming release of their new album, The Equinox, the band has released their first music video for the song, “Fighting For.”
Labadie House may not be a familiar name to many in the horrorpunk scene, but you may know the band by their former name, For The Wolf. The band released their debut album, Turn On The Dark back in 2014 on HorrorHound Records, but have stayed busy since.
Zombiecock have been a favorite around The Deadhouse for quite some time now, dating back to when we first reviewed their debut album, a Deadhouse Interview with Willie Wolfbite, and yet another Stereo Terror review of their self-titled sophomore album. We also held a DeadTube premiere for “Rest In Pieces” off of that album, so it only seemed natural that we would work with the band to help premiere the brand new video for one of my personal favorite songs off of that album, “Wasted.”
Greetings fiends and ghouls! If you missed Part One of my interview with Argyle Goolsby you can find that here!
Read on for the second part of the interview conducted on June 15th before the Argyle Goolsby And The Roving Midnight show in Toronto, Ontario! And click here to get Darken Your Doorstep in digital and click here to grab a physical copy!
June 15th, 2017. The day that I finally had the opportunity to meet, interview and see Argyle Goolsby live for the first time. As anyone who has been reading The Deadhouse knows, my all-time favorite band is Blitzkid. While I never had the privilege of seeing them live, seeing Goolsby play in Toronto, Ontario at The Rockpile is likely the closest I will ever come to that opportunity.
I am extremely honored and privileged to announce that The Deadhouse Presents Cuts From The Slab is now available for download. Check out the details below!
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