Friday, October 31, 2014

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Samhain - November-Coming-Fire

Besides being a pagan holiday and of course a world class cricketer (seriously!) Samhain was of course Glenn Danzig's horror metal band that followed the Misfits original demise. Personally, I always liked them although I do think our hero Glenn might've taken it a little too seriously. Here's their 1986 release and the last release before their break up. A posthumous cd was released a few years later, and of course Glenn and bassist Eerie Von went on to minor super stardom after that. I don't mind Danzig's first couple releases, but this stuff is so much better.

We All Want Our Time In Hell

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

V/A - Songs For The Witching Season 7"

This little 4 song 7" features some good late 90's hardcore.


Sunday, October 26, 2014

Penis Flytrap - Tales Of Terror

Since I posted all the 45 Grave I have HERE, we'll jump all the way to the late 90's and Dinah's "comeback band" Penis Flytrap. They brought the same tongue-in-cheek horror lyrics with a more updated, heavier sound. Enjoy, and if anyone happens to see my ghoulfriend hanging around have her give me a call.

Cemetary Girl

Castration Squad - Live On KPFK 12/80

Let's end the weekend with a couple releases from bands featuring my long time girlfriend Dinah Cancer. Granted, she doesn't know she's my girlfriend and would probably be more apt to knock her own teeth out with a hammer than be seen with me, but I digress.

Castration Squad was a spooky all-girl group featuring not only Dinah, who went by Mary Bat-Thing then, but the legendary Alice Bag as well. Hell, there was even a Go-Go in the mix. Creepy fun.

No Mercy For The Dead

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Siouxsie And The Banshees - Once Upon A Time/The Singles

OK, I might lose a few of you out there today, but dammit I like this release. A collection of tracks from (obviously) their 1st 9 singles, as well as one album track. I really think every one of these songs is great. Screw you guys!

Avoid In Love, It's So Dumb

Friday, October 24, 2014

Super Heroines - Cry For Help

I first heard this trio on the great Hell Comes To Your House comp. I loved their track Death On The Elevator. Although this 1982 full length debut didn't quite live up to what I had hoped it's still a solidly depressing goth punk release.

Remember To Die, Remember To Cry