Dec 19 2014

6’+ Episode 133 is Up!

2013 Logo IconTo quote the description given at the new listing:

“It’s time to Jingle the Bells and Deck the Halls as we celebrate the season with festive music from Five-Eaux, Thee Merry Widows, Los Straitjackets, The Gabba Ghouls, Sloppy Seconds and much more. Plus, a very special edition of THE MONSTERMATT MINUTE.”

Remember to email 6′+ (contact at 6ftplus.com) or leave a comment below about the show, whether you liked it or not. Tell your friends, leave a review on iTunes, but above all – enjoy.

You can find all episodes of 6′+ over at the official site as well as on iTunes and Stitcher. They’re also on Facebook and Twitter.

Dec 16 2014

Happy Chanukkill!

The sun is down and Chanukkah is here! Since I often celebrate Christmas here with collections of oddball links related to the holiday, it’s only fair for me to do the same with the Festival of Lights.

Let’s start things off with a book I’ve been meaning to cover here for ages: Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins by Eric A. Kimmel. Not only is the protagonist loosely based on an actual historical figure, but you can find the script for the stage adaptation online as well! But I recommend tracking down a copy of the original book, both for the full story and for the wonderful illustrations by Trina Schart Hyman.

Although Gary Shapiro’s song “Bubbe’s Dybbuk Polka” is not available for free download, Reverbnation does let you stream it for free. The term “Dybbuk” might sound familiar if you saw The Possession and you can learn more about this evil spirit from Jewish mythology by reading the Wikipedia entry for “Dybbuk box.”

Teleport City has an amazing article about the legendary Golem up which blows away my old article on the subject.

Did you know there is a deli with a painting of a giant monster on it? The Temple Delicatessen in Cincinnati is famous for its mural of “Kosherilla” the giant gorilla. You can learn more about the it at Urban Walls and see more pictures here.

While we’re on the subject of Jewish events, Purim is often referred to as “Jewish Halloween” due to the tradition of dressing in costume and even werewolves can enjoy Bar Mitzvahs.

Happy Chanukkah!

Dec 12 2014

6’+ Episode 132 is Up!

2013 Logo IconTo quote the description given at the new listing:

“If the sight of green and red has you feeling green and seeing red, then you’re in luck – this episode features all the naughty-centric, anti-Holiday attitudes to help you through the end of the season. Monstermatt Patterson returns with the Monstermatt Minute, and we have music from Bad Whoremoans, Angry Snowmans, Deja Voodoo, KOBANES, The Haunted Buffalo and more!”

Remember to email 6′+ (contact at 6ftplus.com) or leave a comment below about the show, whether you liked it or not. Tell your friends, leave a review on iTunes, but above all – enjoy.

You can find all episodes of 6′+ over at the official site as well as on iTunes and Stitcher. They’re also on Facebook and Twitter.

Dec 10 2014

Martians Kidnap Kids and Santa In Levine’s Fun-Filled Color Film

The cast reacts to the news of people actually buying tickets to the film.

Filling a need for wholesome children’s films, Joseph E. Levine’s SANTA CLAUS CONQUERS THE MARTIANS, coming in Eastman Color Saturday to the Leathbridge Theatre, will be a welcome delight to many parents. This Embassy Pictures release will be presented under a special policy of Saturday and Sunday matinee performances only.

This unique science-fiction fantasy places Santa Claus in a futuristic setting and will intrigue and delight our modern-day space conscious youngsters.

Underneath it all lies the power of the Christmas Spirit and Santa Claus’s joviality. The children of Mars are so captivated by Santa Claus when they see him on television in a broadcast coming from the North Pole that their parents are determined to kidnap Santa to brightened their own children’s spirits.

Santa Claus is kidnapped in a space ship and is set up on Mars in a highly automated toy shop which will amuse young and old. How Santa returns to earth but leaves the spirit of Christmas at Mars is the content of the rest of the film.

The film’s story was conceived by Paul Jacobson, a former television executive, who has realized the need for children’s films in a contemporary context, and who has also produced SANTA CLAUS CONQUERS THE MARTIANS.

Featured in the cast are a host of professional Broadway and off-Broadway actors including many youngsters.

[This post is based around a prepared article included in the pressbook for Santa Claus Conquers The Martians. Normally articles like this are unchanged (with the exception of adding a theater name) in order to mimic how this would have looked in an old newspaper, but this is a special case. Sample scans from an eBay auction for the Santa Claus Conquers The Martians pressbook did contain the article, but it required enlarging the image and playing with the contrast in order to get something barely readable. After much eye straining and comparing against results found in online newspaper archives, a legible version of the text was discovered. It was also discovered how many newspapers opted to leave off the title and some seemingly deleted random sentences from the article itself! After much research and reconstruction, this is believed to be the most accurate representation of the original article. Even a new promotional photograph had to be tracked down since the ones in the eBay images were presented in a way which made them unusable.]

Dec 08 2014

Yet More Christma(dnes)s

Digging graves beats shoveling snow any day!

Season’s Bleedings! Like Santa Claus, I’m reaching into my bag of goodies to find the best horrorday treats for you all. And you don’t even have to leave me any cookies!

Fans of H.P. Lovecraft should remember his wonderful Christmas poem “Christmastide,” which was surprisingly free of cosmic horrors and racism. What they might not realize is how they can read his other Christmas poem “Good Saint Nick” on Wikipedia! Not only that, but you can hear special readings of both poems at PoemHunter.com. Those seeking a Lovecraftian Yule celebration should also enjoy Propnomicon’s latest gift guide while others might prefer a Doctor Who gift guide.

Not only does Halloween Forum offer a spooky poem called “The Christmas Witch,” but it also has a tutorial for turning a motorized lawn reindeer into a fearsome wolf. Speaking of holiday hacks, Dave Lowe figured out a way to make a fake maple tree which oozes sap. I’m sure you could modify this to create a bleeding Christmas tree.

Sonia Harris’ free printable superhero snowflakes might seem out of place in this article at first glance. Until you realize how the one for the Punisher depicts skulls and knives. And let’s not forget Stolloween’s zombie snowflakes either!

Looking at Halloween New England’s gallery of spooky Christmas items inspired me to post My Ghoul Friday’s tutorial on making creepy ornaments, along with some papercraft coffins from Ravensblight which can be used to make ornaments.

Despite the name, Home For Halloween has lots of helpful instructions for festive decorations and snacks. Add a little holiday fear to your Christmas village with spooky trees or build prop versions of Jack Skellington and other characters from The Nightmare Before Christmas. You can also learn how to make freaky ornaments and candy cornaments. While you are there, you can also learn how to make “Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Cookies,” “Winter White Red Velvet Fudge (aka Bloody Fudge),” “Pumpkin Pie Cinnamon Rolls,” “Night Owl’s Favorite Gingerbread,” “Jack Skellington’s Sandy Claws Cookies” and some spooktacular hot cocoa.

So it turns out there are The Nightmare Before Christmas versions of Monopoly, Operation, Jenga and two versions of Yahtzee. At least the branded decanter, door knocker, tealight and ornaments make some thematic sense.

Amazon has plenty of other horror ornaments, along with a zombie Santa shirt, suicidal snowmen wrapping paper,
and even…a bottle of Santa’s Flesh? There’s also plenty of frightfully festive books like O Little Town of Deathlehem : An Anthology of Holiday Horrors for Charity, Amityville Horror Christmas, Frosty Deadman and Monster Christmas.

If your reading habits are anything like mine, then those short previews on Amazon simply aren’t enough to satisfy your hunger. Wikisource has the surprisingly spooky “Christmas Eve” by Nikolai Gogol …in Russian. I imagine most of those reading this will have to settle for the English language synopsis. Thankfully there is another (and quite lengthy) Christmas tale available for free online: Santa and the Mars King by Lucrece Hudgins Beale. Don’t let the name fool you; this has nothing to do with Santa Claus Conquers The Martians. Although said movie would have been greatly improved if it had Halloween witches show up like they do in the story. You can read the full story (along with the original teaser released prior to the story’s publication) thanks to the Google Newspaper Archive. I also discovered how some versions of the story included free coloring sheets! Here are the sheets for chapters 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 18. The archive’s direct linking capabilities leave a lot to be desired, so you might have to scroll around a little to find the coloring parts.

And now for everyone’s favorite part: the free music downloads! Sam Haynes has a limited time free album of creepy Christmas music while Head Injury Theater has another batch of audio oddities ready for you. Killbot Zero’s “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians” is a rockin’ tribute to the cult classic while the Consortium Of Genius want to take you on a “Winter Slay Ride.” Duover has “Krampus Nocturne” (along with many other tracks) available for free, Adam_Rock offers us “The Christmas Chainsaw Massacre” and MorteMcAdaver has a new take on an old classic entitled “We Three Priests of Azathoth.” Hans Maestro Music brings us “Jingle Bones” (in both regular and instrumental editions) while Jonathan Coulton’s “Christmas is Interesting” and “Chiron Beta Prime” are surprisingly catchy downbeat Christmas tunes. He also has the cheery “Podsafe Christmas Song” for those who insist on “normal” and “happy” Christmas music.

Dec 05 2014

6’+ Episode 131 is Up!

2013 Logo IconTo quote the description given at the new listing:

“Kick off December with an excursion into the holiday spirit – and what exactly that means. With music from White Blacula, Blase Debris, Cult of the Psychic Fetus and more. Plus, Killer Kuts from Kraig Khaos and announcing the winner of the 6ftplus 2014 Holiday Scarepackage Contest.”

Remember to email 6′+ (contact at 6ftplus.com) or leave a comment below about the show, whether you liked it or not. Tell your friends, leave a review on iTunes, but above all – enjoy.

You can find all episodes of 6′+ over at the official site as well as on iTunes and Stitcher. They’re also on Facebook and Twitter.

Dec 02 2014

The Ponape Scriptures: My Edition

With all this discussion of tomecraft I thought it would be appropriate to share some of my own efforts. All of these pictures are from a small run of about a dozen copies of the “Ponape Scriptures” that I did around ten years ago. I thought I’d lost all the pictures I’d taken of them, but I discovered these shots on an old memory card a few months ago. That should help explain both their small size and poor quality.

One of my better cover treatments, featuring hand tooled sheet copper and flame-aged wood. The copper was patinated with a mixture of ammonia and salt water.

A closeup of the cover embossment. The copper was attached to the cover using brass brads.

An alternate cover embossment using un-aged copper. The Cthulhu sigil on the cover was one I came up with while trying to mimic some of the design elements of art from the South Pacific using the tribal-styled Tatooz font. Most of the artwork rearranged bits and pieces of that font to create the dozens of illustrations, such as they were, that I needed to fill the book.

This shot gives you a look at the the alternative binding I used for a few copies.

Interior pages, with a good shot of the Cthulhu sigil. As you can see, the pages had a very light aging treatment. That tendency to under-weather props is something I’ve had trouble with for years because of my fondness for neatness and cleanliness. It’s not quite at the level of suffering from OCD, but it’s definitely had a negative impact on my propmaking efforts.

I need to embrace the dirt. Heh.

One of the summoning circle designs.

I believe this was the Dagon sigil.

Another summoning circle.

I can’t even remember what this one was supposed to be.

With the distance of time I can see a lot of flaws in these, but I think that overall the Scriptures project was a decent effort. The biggest problem with it is that most of the illustrations are only mildly reworked and recombined symbols from the Tatooz font, something that I’d be loathe to do today. There’s a line between inspired and derivative that this project’s artwork definitely crossed.

The weathering treatment is also far too light. As I’ve done more prop artifacts over the last few months I’ve grudgingly begun moving towards adding more extreme distressing to items. I’ve even posted a sign saying “More Dirt! More Grime! More Wear!” above my workbench as a motivational tool. I know it sounds weird, but it takes a major effort for me to really dirty things up the way they should be. I know intellectually that they’ll look better that way, but my innate psychological aversion to dirt seems to apply even to fake filth.

This article originally appeared at Propnomicon.

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Nov 28 2014

6’+ Episode 130 is Up!

2013 Logo IconTo quote the description given at the new listing:

“Some Fridays are more Black than others, so let us celebrate with music from Plan 9, Fifty Foot Combo, The Atomiks, Bad Beers and more. Monstermatt Patterson decides to brave the crowds but can the crowds brave The Monstermatt Minute?!”

Remember to email 6′+ (contact at 6ftplus.com) or leave a comment below about the show, whether you liked it or not. Tell your friends, leave a review on iTunes, but above all – enjoy.

You can find all episodes of 6′+ over at the official site as well as on iTunes and Stitcher. They’re also on Facebook and Twitter.

Nov 27 2014

Gamera vs. Godzilla

Although the Godzilla fan in me wants to give top billing to the king of the monsters, Gamera is the birthday kaiju and therefore gets the spotlight today. Fan speculation over who would win in a fight between the two giant monsters has been going on for decades and shows no sign of slowing down. Would Gamera’s ability to consume fire work against Godzilla’s atomic breath? If not, would Godzilla be able to injure Gamera if he withdrew into his shell? I also imagine this debate will continue for several decades before we see an official film tackling the matter. So the fans have gone ahead and made their own films on the matter, usually editing together clips from various Godzilla and Gamera films. One of my favorites is one by SolidLastSnake which exclusively uses footage from each monster’s Heisei films:

Fans preferring the Showa films should enjoy the following film from pta917:

Now I really wish Toho had actually shown the battle between Godzilla and Kamoebas in Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S rather than showing the aftermath. A little creative editing could have made some great Gamera vs. Godzilla footage (not unlike the trick used to make the fight between Wolverine and the Hulk in the “Marvel: Ultimate Alliance” fan trailer).

Happy Thanksgiving!
Happy (Belated) Birthday Gamera!

Nov 21 2014

6’+ Episode 129 is Up!

2013 Logo IconTo quote the description given at the new listing:

“Join in a FRANKENSTEIN celebration, as we touch upon Mary Shelley’s original creation and the 1931 movie that made Boris Karloff a household name. With music from Hotrod Frankie, The Human Duplicators, diemonsterdie and more – plus, this episode may be green but Monstermatt Patterson is frozen solid blue in this edition of the Montermatt Minute!”

Remember to email 6′+ (contact at 6ftplus.com) or leave a comment below about the show, whether you liked it or not. Tell your friends, leave a review on iTunes, but above all – enjoy.

You can find all episodes of 6′+ over at the official site as well as on iTunes and Stitcher. They’re also on Facebook and Twitter.

Nov 14 2014

6′+ Episode 128 is Up!

2013 Logo IconTo quote the description given at the new listing:

“Like a dense fog, we get lost in the lower frequencies that provides music from The Pits, Guantanamo Baywatch, Pine Box Boys, The VooDuo and more. Plus, it’s time to get lost in the weirdness of the Monstermatt Minute with Monstermatt Patterson.”

Remember to email 6′+ (contact at 6ftplus.com) or leave a comment below about the show, whether you liked it or not. Tell your friends, leave a review on iTunes, but above all – enjoy.

You can find all episodes of 6′+ over at the official site as well as on iTunes, Stitcher and Spreaker. They’re also on Facebook and Twitter.

Nov 12 2014

“Night of The Living Dead” Stars Home-Grown Talent

I bet this article wasn't too popular in certain parts of the US.  Especially this image.

Two Pittsburgh-born performers who left home in search of show business careers, returned to Pittsburgh to make their motion picture debut debuts as stars of the Walter Reade Organization’s “The Night of The Living Dead” which opens soon at the Leathbridge Theatre.

Duane Jones left Pittsburgh first for college and then to study at New York’s famous Actors Studio. Judith O’Dea left in the other direction-for Hollywood-where she where pursued a career in television and the stage.

But casting directors have long memories and both stars were called back to Pittsburgh for their starring roles in the film which was produced by a local company, Image Ten, Inc.

“The Night of The Living Dead” stars Marilyn Eastman in addition to Mr. Jones and Miss O’Dea. It was directed by George A. Romero. It is released by Continental, the motion picture division of the Walter Reade Organization.

[This post is based around a prepared article included in the pressbook for Night of the Living Dead. With the exception of adding a theater name in order to mimic how this would have looked in an old newspaper, the article has been unchanged. Notice how the film’s title doesn’t match up with its onscreen title. Is it any wonder the Walter Reade Organization forgot to include a copyright notice when they changed the original “Night of the Flesh Eaters” title? You can find more vintage promotional material for the film here.]

Nov 11 2014

Guest Post: The Soundtrack To Horror

Today, we share another guest post from Kraig Khaos. Kraig has a reoccuring feature on 6ftplus – Killer Kuts from Kraig Khaos – where he shares a song from a vinyl recording. Kraig has a new podcast called Uncommon Interests, where he discusses a wide range of pop culture ranging from the mainstream to deep underground. Being a vinyl enthusiast, Kraig has a post about the resurgence of horror soundtracks getting released on vinyl records.

 

kk0201Soundtrack in a film sets a mood. Whether it be a song by a band or a under lining score of a film, the music kind of sets the whole tone. This is especially true when it comes to horror films. Can you imagine the effect of Michael Myers stalking and stabbing someone being the same if “Baby Elephant Walk” was playing in the background? Of course not. And over the years, some horror film scores and their composers stand out among all the others. Names like Fabio Frizzi and Harry Manfredini have become as infamous and celebrated as the directors they worked for and the films they scored.

Unfortunately, for a long time, it was hard to come across good vinyl copies of these soundtracks for films like Cannibal Ferox, City of the Living Dead, Re-Animator or New York Ripper, unless you paid a pretty penny. And even then, it was mostly bootleg copies done by some backdoor record label (this being the case because a lot of soundtracks weren’t released.) After all, a film with a shoe-string budget doesn’t really have too much extra cash lying around to press a couple thousand records to tie in with a movie that may only be released in a few countries before going straight to video.

But thanks to record labels such as Death Waltz Recordings, One Way Static Records and Wax Works Records, there is hope. These labels have been releasing a slew of tremendous soundtracks to some of your favorite horror films of all time. And these guys aren’t just popping a record in a generic sleeve and saying “Here ya go!” They have some of the top artists of today doing new special artwork for the covers. And with new liner notes from the film makers and composers themselves discussing their feelings and ideas about the music, these beautiful pieces of art are truly something special to a collector or fans of a film. And with incentives such as limited number pressings on colored vinyl, art prints and posters included with the record, these soundtracks have become quite the commodity.

Usually, one of these labels will announce a release a few months in advance. They will announce how many different pressings kk0202(300 blue vinyl, 200 green vinyl, 500 on black vinyl, etc.), state the incentives (liner notes by director, comes with limited hand numbered art print and poster, etc.), show the cover art and then give a date that the pre-order goes on sale along with the actual release/shipping date of the record. And although they seem to sell out pretty quick, they always seem to do a large run of one color or regular black vinyl for those who show up late to the game but still want a copy. And those large runs of color or black still come with the same packaging and incentive art pieces.

The important thing to remember, though, is the music itself. These companies aren’t just doing releases for any film soundtrack they can get their hands on. They are doing films that the music had a large part in shaping and setting the mood to. So now, you too can own a badass vinyl version of soundtracks to Day of the Dead, Rosemary’s Baby, Re-Animator or House By the Cemetery and many others. They may cost a little more than the average $15 record from your local mom & pop shop. They usually run between $20-$30 depending on whether it’s a double LP, the extras that come with it and all those things. But they never seem to charge more for the limited colored ones than say the regular black vinyl version. They just do a first come first serve type of thing.

So, if you’re into vinyl, soundtracks, or just some beautiful horror art, definitely seek some of these out.

Nov 07 2014

6′+ Episode 127 is Up!

2013 Logo IconTo quote the description given at the new listing:

“The big OG-to-the-odZILLA turns 60 and we celebrate with an episode packed to the brim with Monster Island goodness. Monsters like Shonen Knife, Peelander Z, King Dapper Combo and Monstermatt Patterson, with the Monstermatt Minute, and Kraig Khaos with another installment of Killer Kuts.”

Remember to email 6′+ (contact at 6ftplus.com) or leave a comment below about the show, whether you liked it or not. Tell your friends, leave a review on iTunes, but above all – enjoy.

You can find all episodes of 6′+ over at the official site as well as on iTunes, Stitcher and Spreaker. They’re also on Facebook and Twitter.

Nov 03 2014

Numa Numa Godzilla

I remember when the internet was flooded with comedy videos of people dancing to the “Numa Numa” song. It turns out its actual name is “Dragostea din tei” (which means “Love from the lindens” in English). It’s from a Moldovan group called O-Zone and you can read more about its history here. In honor of Godzilla’s 60th anniversary, let’s watch this comedic video using “Dragostea din tei” and clips from some of the goofiest moments in the Godzilla series:

It’s too hard for me to pick a favorite part, so I’ll just draw attention to the clip featuring Godzilla running. That’s some pretty impressive speed for a guy wearing a heavy rubber costume!

Happy Birthday Godzilla!

Oct 31 2014

The Drool Brothers, HALLOWEEN FOR CREEPS

The Drool Brothers
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Halloween For Creeps, Barfing Glitter Records 2012

I am so winning the Diorama-rama with this!

The Drool Brothers have a long and interesting history. Back in the mid 80’s, brothers Chuck Mancillas and Tom Slik decided to practice music together. Legend has it certain grooves were so difficult to play that the brothers would occasionally drool onto their instrument of choice. But although they had a name, it wasn’t until 1996 that things really started coming together. Having earned enough money playing for other bands, Chuck bought the equipment they needed to finally start making the kind of music they wanted to make. Teaming up with some like-minded musicians, the released their first single later that year. Said single was a hit and helped further cement their place in Los Angeles’ underground music scene. Their first full-length release came in 2000 and was followed by Kasio Montigo in 2004, Ajax Muffler in 2009, Decoupage in 2011 and Halloween For Creeps in 2012.

But who are the Drool Brothers? The band consists of:

Chuck Mancillas: Drums, lead vocals and various instruments
Tom Slik: Bass, background vocals, and various instruments
Joe Kramer: Guitar, background vocals, and various instruments
Dan Marfisi: Bongos and various instruments

They aren’t kidding about the “various instruments,” either. Their number of instruments is rivaled only by their list of musical influences. Trying to pin down their exact genre is almost impossible, as they have been described as everything from “psychological pop music” to “Psychedelic Fuzz Soul.” It would probably be easier to list the music and artists they aren’t influenced by! As the subject of this review shows, they effortlessly switch from genre to genre during the course of a single album!

“Introduction” is a 35 second song excerpt which sounds like it is being played on a scratchy record . There’s a xylophone, bouncy drum and plenty of wacky effects as the singer tells us tonight is Halloween. The use of a whistle couldn’t help but remind me of Mysterious Mose. In “Lost in Space,” pulsing music and space instrumentation make for an engaging track. The guitars really shine here and I love the drum work as well. I also love the amnesiac singer’s exasperated attempt to contact Saturn 3. “Tonight is Halloween” is the full (and clean) version of opening track. It has a perfect old school Halloween for kids feel and I love it for this. The sounds of waves and wind take us into the surf track “Green Tiki.” This humorous tale of the misfortunes of those who come into the titular tiki is insanely catchy and loaded with reverb. “Skeleton Girl 3000″ is an extended take on a track from their 2000 self-titled feature album. I actually prefer chorus of new version and love how the opening grabs you and never lets go. The funky keyboard beat goes great with drums and guitars.

You know what else goes great together? The samples from various horror movie and spook show trailers mixed with rocking guitars in “Reptile.” Despite the samples having nothing to do with reptiles, the vocals help the listener understand the connection between them. “Creeps” reminds of the the music heard during the pool party in Boogie Nights (aka “Spill the Wine” by Eric Burdon and War). Which is great, since that song rules. In contrast, “Anti Establishment Scholarship Fund” is much slower and low key. It’s done in the form of a pitch for the previously mention fund, where all the proceeds will go to you! There’s plenty of interesting electrical effects while the organ and other instrumentation are appropriately offbeat. The instrumental “Revenge of the Green Tiki” offers a wonderful exotica/surf fusion take on the beat from “Green Tiki.” In addition to the guitars and bongos, there are also touches of reverb and klaves. Things appropriately draw to a close with the 27 second “Conclusion,” where we get another scratchy record sample. Having the record get “stuck” was a perfect touch.

Halloween For Creeps is not only a great listening experience (whether it’s on Halloween or any other time of the year), but it also does a perfect job of paying tribute to the group’s roots. Remember their hit single? It was a little something called “Halloweenish.” The disco mix contained on the original LP’s “B” side not only turned up on The Drool Brothers along with “Skeleton Girl,” but also appeared on compilations like Listen and Learn with Vibro-Phonic and Joe’s Blue Plate Special Vol. 14. And here’s a treat: If you order the CD version, you also get a vinyl sticker featuring the Drool Brothers logo!

Speaking of vinyl, the “Halloweenish” single has been reissued on orange vinyl and is now available for purchase. In addition to getting a free sticker, purchasing it will let you hear the rare “A” side featuring a guest performance by Kristian Hoffman from The Mumps. Oh, and here’s one more treat: You can download a free copy of “Tonight is Halloween” on Bandcamp! If that isn’t something to drool over, I don’t know what is.

Special thanks to The Drool Brothers for the review copy!

Happy Halloween!

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