Tag: punk

The Tsunamibots Vs. Brand New Luddites, MAN VS. MACHINE

Summary: Two opposing, mirroring forces – automation v. individuality, freedom v. oppression, nature v. technology – clash in the fantastic new album, Man Vs. Machine. The expertly crafted punk and rock songs from the Brand New Luddites find singularity with the circuit-breaking surf power of The Tsunamibots. A magnificent record that will leave you questioning …

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The Order of the Fly

Hailing from San Bernadino Cakifornia, The Order of the Fly makes a brand of horror music that is so unique, that it defies classification. Blending,punk,industrial,goth,electronic,metal and as well as a few other surprises makes them incomparable to any other band out there. With a DIY ethic and drive Lead by vocalist/bassist, Ralphie Repulsive, who also …

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Mummula- The Rise of Mummula vinyl

” In Mummula Manor, when the clock strikes pyramidnight, the mighty Mummula rises from his tomb. A team of his minions was assembled on Halloween 2012 and sent to Columbus, Ohio from their home of Sandsylvania in order to spread the curse of Mummula. Through their ca-coffin-ous blend of punk, garage, surf, and cartoons they’ll …

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Groovie Ghoulies-Born In The Basement Vinyl Reissue

Eccentric Pop Records has been doing some great work on their Groovie Ghoulies reissues. After putting out the collection of the Ghoulies first 3 7″s for the “Flying Saucer Rock N Roll” LP, repressing it, releasing Kepi Ghoulie and the Accelorators reworking of Fun in the Dark, releasing and then repressing the Kepi Goes Country …

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Ghoultown-Life After Sundown

After what seems like an eternity, horror western punks Ghoultown finally get a vinyl release. Originally released in 2008,Life After Sundown, courtesy of Devils Brew Productions , is 12 tracks of spooky western tales told through the onslaught of that classic western country meets punk gothabilly sound that Ghoultown has perfected over the years. One of the …

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Wolf-Face/Teen Agers split 12″-Teen Wolf

  Say 10 Records recently released a split 12″ by two up and coming Florida punk bands. The Teen Agers from Orlando who have a pop punk approach to the music but with their own shine to it. And Wolf-Face from St.Petersburg who hide their identities by performing exclusively in werewolf masks. Wich is fitting, …

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Serie B

 I randomly came across this mexican horror punk band while browsing the internet for something new to listen to. I came across Serie B. Their bio stated that their major influences were Misfits,Balzac and The Ramones. 3 of my favorite bands. After listening to a few tracks online, I contacted Serie B and purchased their …

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Into The Voodoo

At the end of May, Uncommon Interests will be unleashing it’s first record. A hair raising, eye popping, eardrum exploding sonic terror meltdown. Into the Voodoo is a 3 way split compilation record featuring The Bad Whoremoans, Creepersin, and The Jim Parsons Project. The record will be a limited edition of 500 on blood red …

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13 Days: Get Angry

On the surface, there’s not much to The Angry Snowmans schtick – punk and hardcore songs done up as Christmas carols. But it’s a lot harder than one might think. The fact that they covered SNFU’s “Broken Toy” makes me happy to no end. But the reason that they deserve your attention is that they managed to …

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6’+ Episode 50 Is Up!

To quote the description given at the new listing: “Ell. Oh. Vee. Eee. It’s that time of year again, when St. Valentine’s gets all frisky and enacts a love spell on y’alls. L-O-V-E. Put them together and you get a venture into romance with D-Grade Monsters, Mad Sin, David Olsen, The Brickbats and more. Monstermatt Patterson …

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Bradley Tatum, PUNK ETERNAL

Bradley Tatum Punk Eternal [audio:http://www.gravediggerslocal.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Bradley-Tatum-The-Trouble-With-Wings.mp3] Bradley Tatutm’s prior release, It’s A Beautiful World, featured many styles, so a follow-up album putting a spotlight on his punk roots was not that farfetched. Enter Punk Eternal, the new album from Tatum. What we have here is a love letter to punk, sealed with a pin and mailed …

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New Wave Halloween

I was listening to spooky music long before I started up 6ftplus, the podcast of spooky music and more. Specifically, I tried going an entire October in 2006 with listening to nothing but horror-themed music. It didn’t work; I had to get some non-horror music into my system after three weeks because my tolerance was …

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The Bloodtypes, JUST YOUR TYPE

The Bloodtypes Just Your Type [Audio:http://www.gravediggerslocal.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/The-Bloodtypes-Just-Your-Type.mp3] Despite being type O-Negative (seriously. I have the card to prove it) I never was into slow trudge. I like my blood to be flowing freely, like the punk rock of the Bloodtypes on ‘Just Your Type.’ Glad in white that is liberally splattered with the stuff keeping you …

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Bradley Tatum, IT’S A BEAUTIFUL WORLD

Bradley Tatum It’s a Beautiful World Official Site If thirteen random songs were picked from thirteen random CDs off of the thirteen (in reality, ten) shelves I have in my library, the album compiled together would be, odds on, a good representation of my musical interests. It wouldn’t be a complete picture and the styles …

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Tuesday uEtsy: Freak Bang of Sparkling Bag Candy

[For those who are searching for unique horror items, one can’t beat Etsy.com. Each Tuesday, Gravedigger’s Local 16 aims to highlight one seller. If you’re looking to spruce up your look, redecorate your sanctorum or get a gift for that special something in your life, Etsy.com is your place for spooky econo.] Freak Bang of …

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Kepi Ghoulie, AMERICAN GOTHIC and HANGIN’ OUT

Kepi Ghoulie, American Gothic and Hangin’ Out It’s perverse how a divorce can become a footnote on a Wikipedia entry; even worse when it becomes evident that it was the catalyst for a punk band’s break-up. In 2008, one year after the Groovie Ghoulies disbanded, Kepi Ghoulie released two albums that established himself as a solo …

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