Friday, December 5, 2014

The Horror Family about the scene: Jamey Rottencorpse

Jamey Rottencorpse and the Rising Dead

"the Horrorpunk scene (in Germany) is very familiar..  it´s like we are all related..  of course, you have 1 or 2 uncles or aunts that you don´t like that much, but still, it´s all family"

Monday, December 1, 2014

Review: Dr Hell - Drunken Zombies

In the last two years, Dr. Hell evolved from being "just a little ghoul" to one of the best german horrorpunk bands. With their second full-length album Drunken Zombies, they continue to bring the "punk" into horrorpunk. But while the band kept their humor in the lyrics, the music definitely changed. Compared to their debut, Drunken Zombies has more energy and sounds a bit heavier and snottier. you can hear on this album that, thanks to many live shows and partys, Dr. Hell grew as a band.... but still delivers raw punkrock and drunken fun for all you undead listeners out there.  

The Horror Family about the scene: Zero Delorean


"Musically [Horrorpunk] is all over the place, from metal to 50's doo-wop, pop-punk to hardcore punk, it's just important that element of horror is there"

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Horror Family about the scene: Josh Burton

Terror Music Scene Unite, The Hypno Realm

"keep going out to shows, have fun, don't be a dbag"

Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Horror Family about the scene: DanDan Delirious

Dr. Hell

"I'm really thankfull for all the places we've been traveling to and for the contacts and friendships that wouldn't exist without Dr. Hell"

Monday, November 17, 2014

The Horror Family about the scene: Justin Stankus

Justin Stankus
Technicolor Terror

[how to describe horrorpunk?] "Evil yet sensitive? Melodic yet hardcore? Elvis yet not fat? Each band has their own take on it and I love it all"

Thursday, November 13, 2014

The Horror Family about the scene: Dr. R. U. Pickman


"[I]: "No, we're doing Horrorpunk!"
[she]: 'And what type of Metal is that?'

Sunday, November 9, 2014

The Horror Family about the scene: Hoax T. Massacre

Fifthy Two Ways

 "horror doesn't necessarily mean 'blood and guts' or even death. horror is an emotion that, normally, doesn't get exorcised that much. that's why it's so powerful."

Thursday, November 6, 2014

The Horror Family about the scene: Joey Lowe

Dragnun, Living Dead Recordings, Graveyard Greaser Gang

 "[horrorpunk is barely known] because the music industry is over filled with whats trendy and people can dance to or what sells more records."


Monday, November 3, 2014

hello graveyard dwellers and visitors,

in the new category "The Horror Family" we will post an interview serie to support the scene. we send questions to diffrent bands, promoters and supporters to show you what horror/horrorpunk means to them and how they see/describe the scene.
depending on the feedback we'll try to post one interview per week to spread the word about one of the most unique and underrated music-scenes today. the first requests are already out...and the first answers have arrived too. so let's see how everything will go...

revive united

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Interview with Silpha & The Corpseboners

Silpha and the Corpseboners are a new horrorpunk band that recently released their first full length album “Agony & Ecstasy”. The band is definitely one of a kind in the scene: not only do they have female vocals but they also add new elements to the basic recipe for horrorpunk songs. The music is disturbing to some, refreshing to others, but 100 percent worth a listen. So we met with Silpha and the Corpseboners to get a little look behind their adventurous minds and introduce to you the four guys from hell of Germanys suburbs.