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Savage Remains release “Resistance is Futile” now available to stream

Howling from Fredericksburg, VA, horror punkers Savage Remains have released their debut album Resistance is Futile which you can now stream on their bandcamp page.

You can also purchase their debut album through Human Remains Records for $6.66 which is available on the same page here.


Cavaverman (Horror-Punk) stream new album “Tales From Cavafistool”

Italian horror-punk act Cavaverman have just released a new album titled “Tales From Cavafistool” featuring 13 new tracks of zombie inspired, horror themed punk rock.  You can stream it below.

“Tales From Cavafistool” is a follow-up to the band’s debut album “James Dead Again,” which was released in April 2014.

New Episode of Dying Scene Radio featuring Black Cat Attack and Templeton Pek

This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bob Noxious interviews Black Cat Attack in his unkempt garage with his shoes and air conditioner off. The Ajax, Ontario female-fronted death punks are out on tour, in support of their latest record, Bright Side of the Moon, making their way up and down the U.S. eastern seaboard, chatting with Bob at his home in Tampa, in between their Florida dates. Bobby Pickles is in on the conversation too via phone, and that’s just fine with him, because he gets to practice zero discretion, bombing them from afar with blathering idiocy, leaving Bob to deal with the uncomfortable mess, he created. The Bobs also speak with Neil Mitchell, bass/vocalist of the UK melodic punk act Templeton Pek – slated to release their latest record New Horizons on July 24th through Hardline Entertainment. Neil compares his experience recording the album to that of a pilgrimage, traveling to Hermosa Beach, even using the same bass guitar that Jason Thirsk used to lay the tracks for the Pennywise anthem “Bro Hymn”. Bobby says, “yeah, except you stormed the church, grabbed the crucifix off the wall and played it.” Neil adds, “and then we tried to steal it, but they wouldn’t let us.” Episode 24’s recurring themes: bias wikipedia editors and Bob’s innate ability to coin words/phrases. Also, Bobby mistakenly covers an article published by The Hard Times, which is essentially punk rock’s Onion.

Hear all the incessant blathering, plus this week’s new music and headlines, below.

Black Cat Attack announce summer US tour

Canadian horror punks Black Cat Attack (featuring former Sum 41 guitarist Dave “Brownsound” Baksh) are headed back out on tour across the Eastern/Midwestern US with garage/rock/punk group The Anti-Queens. Check out the dates/locations below.

Black Cat Attack released their latest EP, Bright Side of the Moon, in April. You can give that a listen here.

Black Cat Attack announces Canadian tour

Canadian horror punk quartet Black Cat Attack (featuring former Sum 41 guitarist Dave “Brownsound” Baksh) have announced a short string of Canadian tour dates with New Jersey act The Jasons.

You can check them out below.

Black Cat Attack’s latest EP Bright Side of the Moon was released in April, while The Independents released Into The Light, their first new album in five years, in March.

Johnny B. Morbid release video “True Believer”; announce album and tour

Horror punx Johnny B. Morbid have released a new video for the track “True Believer”, and you can check it out below.

The band will be heading off on a two week tour in July to support their brand new album, Fall of The Cicada. They’re also celebrating their 10th anniversary while on the road. You can stream Fall of The Cicada in its entirety and check out their tour dates below as well.

Music Video: Silent Horror – “Mary Jo”

Tennessee horror punk outfit Silent Horror have released a music video for their single “Mary Jo.” The video features 8-bit animation, and in true horror punk fashion, is heavily inspired by shows like Tales From the Crypt. You can watch it below.

“Mary Jo” is taken from the band’s self titled EP, which was released on April 12th.

10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Jerry Only (Misfits)

At New York Comic Con this year I saw many cosplayers, but by far the most interesting one was a young man whom I mistook for Glenn Danzig.  As I walked among the supermen and superwoman at the convention, a well-toned, ghoulish and shirtless young man caught my eye and I immediately screamed, “Hey! Glenn Danzig!”

He looked nonplussed, so I tried again. “Hey! Nice Glenn Danzig cosplay!”

“Jerry ONLY!” He responded back with much umbrage.


Jerry Only is the leader of the Frankenstein-esque Misfits that has included Black Flag’s Dez Cadena and his own brother (but not Glenn Danzig). He is often reviled as much as revered. Only, with his face paint and love of all things horror, is the top cartoon character in a punk rock history of cartoon characters. Today we take a look at some of the less known facts of one of the founding members of the Misfits. Do they explain the hybrid moments of one of punk’s most notorious persons? Read on, dead boys and girls!

Check out a list of 10 things you probably didn’t know about Jerry Only below.

Patron Saint Of Plagues (horror punk) stream new song “(We Like to Eat) Children”

The ghouls in horror punk act Patron Saint of Plagues are streaming a new song called “(We Like To Eat) Children,” and you can give it a listen below.

The band last released the EP Scary Tales II in October 2013.

Cavaverman (horror-punk) release new EP “8-bit From Hell” as free download

Italian horror-punk act Cavaverman have just released a new EP titled “8-Bit From Hell” featuring 5 new tracks of video game inspired, horror themed punk rock.  You can stream it below and if you like what you hear you can download it for free on bandcamp.

“8-Bit From Hell” is a follow-up to the band’s debut album “James Dead Again,” which was released last April.

Music Video: Raizing Hell (horror punk) – “Thing For Murder”

Romanian horror-punk act Raizing Hell have released a music video for their song “Thing For Murder” and you can check it out below.

The song appears on the band’s most recent release, “Of Ghouls And Men”, put out in June.

Black Cat Attack (ex-Sum 41) and The Independents announce The Double Trouble Tour

Canadian horror punk quartet Black Cat Attack (featuring former Sum 41 guitarist Dave “Brownsound” Baksh) and horror punk/ska outfit The Independents have just announced “The Double Trouble Tour”. While official dates and locations have not been widely announced, we can tell you so far that they will be in the south-east United States in January and in Canada in February.

Black Cat Attack’s latest EP Bright Side of the Moon was released in April, while The Independents released Into The Light, their first new album in five years, in March.

Music Video: The Horrids (horror punk) – “Salt For The Devils Wounds”

Chicago horror/street punk band The Horrids have released a video for their song “Salt For The Devils Wounds.”

Check it out below.

The song comes from the bands’ 2011 album Frequency Fallout.

Full Album Stream: The Panic Beats – “A Date With Death”

Michigan horror pop punk act The Panic Beats are streaming their latest release “A Date With Death.” Check it out in its entirety below.

“A Date With Death” was released October 6th 2014 (today).

Samhain announce lineup for reunion shows

When Samhain announced some reunion shows earlier this month, the band did not initially reveal who would be involved besides their singer Glenn Danzig. Well, it has been announced that the reunion will feature Steve Zing on bass and London May on drums. Peter Adams of Baroness will handle the guitar duties.

Samhain, who are celebrating the 30th anniversary of their debut album Initium, will be playing a series of U.S. shows in October and November.