Cadaver Club Q&A with Chordblossom

Mr. Crowe, Belfast 2014

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

‘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

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

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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