When it comes to bands in the horror genre, there aren’t very many out there that have had the longevity of Bloodsucking Zombies From Outer Space. A band that has consistently reinvented itself over time, the Vienna-based band have one of the most passionate fanbases around and are currently supporting their most recent release, All These Fiendish Things (read my Stereo Terror review here). And now the band has released their newest video for the song that I actually dubbed the ‘Killer Track’ in my review, “Night Flier.” In anticipation of the big reveal for the video, I was able to catch up with the band’s frontman, Dead ‘Richy’ Gein, who also directed the video, to discuss the video and the song behind it!
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 then, contributing covers to various other HorrorHound compilations, including a cover of the Alice Cooper classic “He’s Back (The Man Behind The Mask)” to 2016’s It’s Only A Movie and the Dramarama staple “Anything, Anything” to 2015’s Horror Party. And of course, I’d be remiss to not include their contribution to The Deadhouse Presents Cuts From The Slab. And what song was graciously provided for the album? The radio version of the very song that has now become the first video for Labadie House, “Aethyr.”
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The Deadhouse Presents Cuts From The Slab