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.”
Speaking with the band’s bassist Brad Touchette, he shared the following about the song and video.
Of all the songs we have written as a band dealing with any number of topics, it seemed only logical that this song needed to be our first official video. “Fighting For” is meant to be a rallying cry for all regardless of creed, opinion, or personal convictions. It is meant as an anthem to find common ground, friendship, and “family” through the spirit of creation. That being said, it seemed only right that the subject matter for the supporting video be an attempt to capture those very interactions. The relationships we are fortunate enough to share with all who have supported us thus far on our journey.
So without further ado, please check out the new video for “Fighting For” by Damnation below!
We were also able to get a few words about the upcoming album The Equinox from Brad below.
As far as “The Equinox” goes, our intent was to explore uncharted territory both sonically and thematically with this record. We have not lost touch with our core foundations as it pertains to aesthetics or stylistic tendencies, the album will have several tracks and moments that will still definitely resonate with listeners who have an affinity for all out punk rock songs or horror oriented themes, but while the record occupies a very shadowy place at some moments it also steps into realms that might be unexpected to some and hopefully intriguing to potential new listeners. That balance, the delicate dance between opposing forces gave rise to the albums title and the mission statement for this era of the band.
Be sure to stay tuned for a review of The Equinox upon release, and head over to the Official Damnation Facebook page to stay up to date with the band!
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!
1) Broken Signals
2) Borgo Pass
4) Fourteen-Mile Tombstone (Mr. Romero)
6) Red Shadows
7) Feb. 24th, 1989
1) HorrorHound – It’s Only A Movie
2) The Creepshow – People Are Strange
3) Argyle Goolsby – Save Me Tonight
4) For The Wolf – He’s Back (The Man Behind The Mask)
5) Stellar Corpses – Power Of The Night
6) The Big Bad – Red Right Hand
7) Dead Dick Hammer – Life At Last
8) Shadow Windhawk – Stigmata Martyr
9) The Heathens – Burn
10) Black Cat Attack – Partytime
11) Psycho Charger – Pet Sematary
12) Harley Poe – NewBorn
13) Mister Monster – Looking For The Magic
14) The Heathens – Hellraiser
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 Members Only Club and Dom from The Bastards, an idea I have been batting around for a while is becoming a reality. Click through for all the details of The Deadhouse Presents Cuts From The Slab!!!
The Deadhouse was launched way back in December of 2013. I started the site as a way to improve my writing abilities, in addition to help spread my love of all things horror. I truthfully never thought that the site would last as long as it is, let alone afford me many opportunities that I have been privileged enough to come across. Of course, the other main reason for the site was to serve as a way to help spread the word about the horrorpunk genre of music. Given that for the most part, with the exception of a few bands, horrorpunk is a very niche market. But it’s also a genre of music that features some of the most incredibly talented and driven people I have ever met. There is a special love that horrorpunk represents. The community is one of the most open and welcoming I have ever seen, and once you become a part of it, it becomes a part of you, as it truly is a family. With this site I have been able to share and review some of the best albums over the past few years, as well as ensure that some of these hard working bands get the recognition they truly deserve.
With all of that said, there was one man who embraced myself and this website in the very early days of the site when I was just reviewing albums I wanted to, with no intention of ever having the opportunity to befriend any of the artists. But Shadow Windhawk changed all of that. He gave me my first opportunity to do an advance album review (my review of Casket Spray is here), as well as participated in the very first Deadhouse Interview (which you can find here). So with the recent release of Cremation Garden, which you can find my review of here, it seemed only appropriate that the first artist to be interviewed twice here on The Deadhouse would be Windhawk. So without further a due, I present to you the newest Deadhouse Interview, with the one and only Shadow Windhawk!
1) Intro: Cremation
2) Box Five
3) Curse Of Thorn
4) House Of Dark Shadows
5) Graveyard Shock N’ Roll
8) Outro: The Garden