Debut album ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ out now!

The day has finally come! Cadaver Club‘s fan funded debut album ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ is out now and available from Pirate Heart Records and all major outlets. 13 original tales of woe are on offer in an album that boasts vampires, werewolves, ghost stories and sea shanties, all set to blistering punk rock so contagious, it makes the ebola virus look like the sniffles… You can stream ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ and get the digital download here: www.cadaverclub.bandcamp.com For CDs, t-shirts and bundles visit: www.pirateheartrecords.com We hope you will spread the word far and wide and invite … Continue reading

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

The Crackle & The Static: Part XII ‘Do You Dig Graves?’

What started as a pun became a song. Then it became the band’s motto. Track 2 on the album, this is our call to arms, where we announce ourselves to the world. It’s fast, it’s catchy and it’s barely 2 minutes long. Featuring tongue twisting lyrics and a big gang vocal chorus, this track is Mr. Crowe’s ode to that big hole in the ground we all end up in. Well, most of us. I personally had a lot of fun on this one, with its trashy guitar solo, and unusual chord progression and cadence. Gang vocals are always fun … Continue reading

The Crackle & The Static: Part V ‘Salem’s Lot’

Arguably the heaviest song on the album, we weren’t messing about when we wrote this one. In a fitting tribute to horror virtuoso Stephen King, Mr. Crowe came to me with lyrics recounting one of the author’s many classics; Salem’s Lot. The song namedrops many of the characters and is chock full of scenes from the classic movie version as well. At first we toyed with a few notions for the music, but in the end a stripped down, Misfits style punk rock romp, complete with gang vocals and noisy guitars emerged as the obvious winner for a track that … Continue reading