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!
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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.
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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!
In today’s day and age, crowdfunding has become the go-to solution for a lot of bands. When you factor in that even the biggest names in the horrorpunk genre aren’t exactly diving into a vault full of coins like Scrooge McDuck, it becomes inevitable that bands and artists are going to need some help along the way at one point or another.
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Greetings fiends and ghouls. Your friendly neighborhood Mister Gore here with an absolutely huge announcement. The Deadhouse launched in December of 2013. Since then, my goal has always been to spread the word of horrorpunk music. There is no denying it is a niche market, but I feel over the years that we have been successful at the very least in helping bands covered get their music to new ears. Now, with the help of my friends Tom from The Mutant […]
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I’ve certainly made no secret of my admiration and fandom of the always great and entertaining Wolfman Chuck around these parts. Back in 2014 I reviewed his album Bitch Boy (find the Stereo Terror review here) and just recently looked at one of his many splits, in this particular case it was his album with Robb Goblin and Afterlife Love Machine (find that Stereo Terror review here). At times it feels like the man never stops and is constantly working on […]
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I’ve made no secret of my love for Shock Stock here on The Deadhouse. Since the show’s inception in 2011, I have attended the event every year, and I now consider it a regular part of my life and yearly schedule. It’s the one place where all of us horror-loving freaks get to go and hang out, and truly feel at home. The show has grown every year and this year is once again presenting a stellar line-up of horror and […]
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For those who have known me for some time, many will know of my love of a little horror con in my hometown that started in 2011 called Shock Stock. Put together by two of the greatest scumbags (it’s a term of endearment) on the face of the Earth, Shock Stock had a bit of a rocky start with low attendance the first year. Not to be deterred, the two figureheads of the event, and two guys I am proud […]
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It’s certainly been a turbulent year for Silent Horror. Resurfacing last year with ex-Blitzkid bassist/vocalist Argyle Goolsby, the band released a self-titled album made up of previous material with the new line-up (you can check out our Stereo Terror review here). This line-up was not long for the world and soon enough the band would be unveiling another line-up change, and unleashing three brand new songs to go with it. Now featuring longstanding members Brandall Rector on drums & backing […]