New album ‘It’s Always The Quiet Ones’ pre-order

The time has finally come! We are very excited to launch pre-orders for our brand new studio album It’s Always The Quiet Ones. Similar to crowd funding campaigns, the pre-orders are how we will fund the production and release of the record. If we succeed and there is any money left over, it will go towards promotion and who knows? Maybe we can take this show on the road. “It’s Always The Quiet Ones is the brand new second album from horror punk rockers Cadaver Club. Following on from their critically acclaimed debut A Fate Worse Than Life (2013), it features 13 … Continue reading

Cadaver Club Q&A with Chordblossom

Q & A ▶ What’s the story behind your stage name? Stage name? What stage name? – Mr. Crowe ▶ When did you start playing music and how would you describe your sound? Cadaver Club put the fun in funeral and our melodic horror punk will stick in your head like a pick axe. Our songs are catchier than the plague. I started playing bass when I was 14 and found myself in a band soon afterwards. We were knee high to the guitar cabs but we had fun and it was here I met the other guys in the … Continue reading

Cadaver Club Irish shows announced!

Cadaver Club are pleased to announce some Irish shows in October, our favourite month of the year. Both gigs feature a fantastic lineup of punk rock! Friday 3rd October – Fibber Mcgees, Dublin (w/ The Defects, The Fits, Buck Eejit) Saturday 4th October – Voodoo Belfast (w/ Paranoid Visions, The Outcasts) – The Club … Continue reading

Belfast… We’re coming for you!

Cadaver Club will play The Limelight, Belfast next Saturday 26th July, brought to you by The Distortion Project. After which the funeral band will lead the procession to Rebellion Festival in Blackpool on Saturday 9th August. Full details for the Belfast show and stage/times for Rebellion Festival will be posted on our Facebook Page. See you on the other side… – The Club … Continue reading

Behind The Veil: ‘A Fate Worse Than Live’ Tour Diary – Day VI

…and there we were – the morning of the final date of the tour. We packed our bags, took one last look at Edinburgh and hopped on the wrong train. Thankfully it still brought us to Glasgow but we had to pay twice (having pre-booked all our trains before the tour). No big deal I suppose, we had managed to get this far without completely running out of money so I would consider that a victory in itself! We had the very vaguest of ideas of where we were going to be staying tonight – a friend of a friend … Continue reading