Fermanagh Herald: ‘Horror punk band land big punk festival gig’

LOCAL ‘horror’ punk band Cadaver Club, have this week been confirmed to perform at the largest independent punk festival in the world.  The band features Fermanagh natives, Mr Crowe on vocals, the brothers Filth, Dirge and Draggle on guitar and drums respectively and Boom Chic Chic on bass. In brackets, one might add, it’s in order, Kevin McHugh, Phil and Matt Cassidy, and Jolene Phair. The band released their debut album ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’, funded by fans of the band through a ‘PledgeMusic’ campaign, on October 31 last year. This week, their slot in the ‘Rebellion Festival’ in … Continue reading

Fermanagh Herald: ‘Horror punk’ band gear up for album release

LOCAL ‘HORROR PUNK’ band ‘Cadaver Club’ are gearing up to release their debut album. The band, formed in 2012, styles themselves as a ‘horror punk’ band, with each member adapting their own character. It features, on vocals Kevin McHugh (Mr Crowe), Phil and Matt Cassidy (Dirge and Draggle, the brothers Filth, on guitar and drums respectively), and bassist Jolene Phair (Boom Chic Chic). The album has been funded by fans of the band through a ‘PledgeMusic’ campaign. “The pledge campaign surpassed all of our expectations,” explained Matt. “We reached our target within a week of the two month stint and … Continue reading

Fermanagh Herald: ‘Funeral band’ release spooky single

A BAND WITH A frightening twist – Fermanagh’s ‘Cadaver Club’ – have followed up their successful debut gig at Halloween, with the release of a free single, entitled: ‘Vampires ain’t what they used to be’. The group features  Phil and Matt Cassidy – or, Dirge and Draggle, the brothers Filth – on guitar and drums respectively, Jolene ‘Boom Chic Chic’ Phair on bass and Kevin ‘Mr. Crowe’ McHugh on vocals. Taking their cues from the likes of the Misfits, Wednesday 13 and Alice Cooper, the Cadavers have dusted themselves off, limbered up and inflicted themselves on an unsuspecting public. The … Continue reading