Cadaver Club talk Hallowe’en with Über Röck

Cadaver Club features Dirge and Draggle, the brothers Filth, on guitar and drums respectively, the exotic Boom Chic Chic on bass and the mysterious Mr. Crowe on vocals. Their debut album, ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’, is released on October 31st so the band members were perfect victims for Uber Rock’s 13 Days of Halloween….. 1.) What are your most vivid childhood memories of Halloween? For many people Christmas is the big family holiday, but for me Hallowe’en was always the highlight of the year. It was the one night I felt I could be myself unapologetically. Early memories are … Continue reading

‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ unleashed on Halloween!

Pirate Heart Records presents… The debut album from your favourite funeral band Cadaver Club ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ Available on CD and digital download this Halloween, 31st October, from www.pirateheartrecords.com and all good online retailers. “This album really is ‘all killer no filler’, bursting with hooks and melodies more infectious than an outbreak of smallpox!” – N.I. Punk website “Don’t look further, this is THE Halloween 2013 record!” – Veglam It’s fun, it’s fast, it’s fatal… ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’. – PHHQ … Continue reading

‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ review by Veglam

Horror rock is quite a large category, but when you think about horror punk, it’s hard to avoid mentionning The MISFITS, and CADAVER CLUB know it well (“I’m Making a Monster, Baby”, “Do You Dig Graves?”…) Although they come from rainy England and describe their music as funeral punk (“The spectacle of ALICE COOPER with the energy of The RAMONES” in their own words), it’s hard not to think about Californian glam punk bands like the PEPPERMINT CREEPS for instance when listening to “Lunatic In Love”, “Dead Air”, “No End To Me” or “My First Hate”. The TRASH BRATS also … Continue reading

‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ review by N.I. PUNK

From the darkest depths of the Fermanagh Lakelands comes the haunting sound of horrorpunks Cadaver Club via their soon to be released debut album. If you’re not familiar with this band then I suggest you go check out their videos on Youtube, pronto! ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ features 13 self-penned instant classics – short, fast, and so much fucking fun! There has been a slew of incredibly good releases from NI bands over the past year or so, and this is no exception. Its not just good, its bloody great! Obvious influenes here are the Misfits, Ramones and The … Continue reading