New video ‘Murder Of Crows’

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We couldn’t let Hallowe’en pass by without a little something for you Gravediggers… Cadaver Club presents the official video for ‘Murder Of Crows‘, crafted from the shadow puppetry skills of Mr. Crowe and Boom Chic Chic and the cinematography talents of Ronan McGrade Photography. This is the third single taken from the ‘It’s Always The Quiet Ones’ album: CD – Pirate Heart Records  Digital – Bandcamp … Continue reading

New video ‘Afraid Of Me’

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‘Afraid Of Me’, taken from Cadaver Club’s brand new album ‘It’s Always The Quiet Ones’. Video compiled from footage of their UK tour, November 2016. Album out now on Pirate Heart Records and available on CD and digital download here: cadaverclub.bandcamp.com   … Continue reading

‘Southern Cemetery’ video and single release details

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The funeral punk quartet Cadaver Club are unveiling brand new single and video Southern Cemetery, as they begin work on their sophomore album, a follow up to 2013’s A Fate Worse than Life. They released their debut after a highly successful PledgeMusic crowd funding campaign, offering fans exclusive incentives such as original artwork and even a funeral tea party. They supported A Fate Worse than Life with a tour of the UK/IRE and an appearance at Rebellion Punk Festival. Now Cadaver Club are teaming up with Uber Rock to bring you a new video for forthcoming single Southern Cemetery. The … Continue reading

Happy Hallowe’en! New video for ‘Salem’s Lot’…

So it’s that time of year again Gravediggers… Our time. We have decided to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve with a brand new video for Salem’s Lot, taken from our debut album ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ which was unleashed upon the world this very day last year. Since then, we have played some very special gigs, including our first appearance at the biggest independent punk festival in the world; Rebellion, back in August. Footage from the show is featured throughout the new video and can be viewed below. Recent performances in Dublin and Belfast also went down a storm and we are pleased to welcome so many … Continue reading