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DeadTube: Hembree & The Satan Sisters Ask “Who’s Laughin’ Now”

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.

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DeadTube Exclusive: Bloodsucking Zombies From Outer Space Unleash The “Night Flier”

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!

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DeadTube: “Fighting For” Damnation

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.” 

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DeadTube Exclusive: Zombiecock Premiere New Video For “Wasted”

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.”