Behind The Veil: The Making of Album #2 – Pt. I

Wondering what the Club have been up to while you weren’t looking? Here’s a Behind The Veil sneak peak from the studio as they embark upon their second album. Exclusive pre-orders starting very soon… Don’t look away! – PHHQ … Continue reading

Cadaver Club unleash ‘Lunatics In London’ live album!

On Hallowe’en night 2013 Cadaver Club unleashed a monster they had been making in their basement for over a year; the fan-funded, critically acclaimed debut album ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’. Blood sweat and tears had gone into the making of their record; some of it even their own. Now that they had unveiled their creation, there was only one thing left to do; load up the hearse and take the monster on the road. And so, that following November the Club set out on the ‘A Fate Worse Than Live’ tour which saw them play their Funeral Punk across … Continue reading

‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ review by Louder Than War

Infectious macabre pop punk from Ireland’s first bona fide funeral band. Louder Than War’s Ray Burke reviews. “The goal of being alive is to figure out what it means to be alive, and there is a myriad of ways to deduce that answer; I just happen to prefer examining the question through the context of Pamela Anderson and The Real World and Frosted Flakes.” So said Chuck Klosterman at the beginning of Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs, like Klosterman, horror punk’s Cadaver Club muse on what it is to be alive in an unconventional way, by singing about death and the … Continue reading

‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ review by Uber Rock

Maybe a little bit late on this one as a Halloween review would have been spooktacular but, hey, we don’t roll like that, we’re way cooler and everyday is up for a good spooking round here. It might not come as a great surprise but ‘I’m Making A Monster, Baby’ has more than a doff of the corpseman’s top hat to the Daddies of them all The Misfits and I have not one ounce of a problem with that because this is done very well and from the production to the packaging these ghouls have got the chops. ‘Do You … Continue reading