The Crackle & The Static: Part III ‘Dead Air’

Every single musician who has ever driven home from a gig in the ungodly hours of the morning after playing their wicked little hearts out and packing away gear unfortunately knows the feeling of getting tired behind the wheel with many miles still to go. And the thought of your pillow, oh, your lovely pillow… zzzzzzzz Dead Air follows a young man’s journey to the truth as his perception of reality is tested to the limit. As he drives along in his car, tired beyond endurance he starts to believe the DJ on the radio is speaking directly to him.  … Continue reading

The Crackle & The Static: Part II ‘My First Hate’

When people look at Cadaver Club, I’m sure they think a lot of things. But catchy pop music? Surely not… Strangely enough, that is exactly what we do best. ‘My First Hate’ began with the chorus. It had been running through my head for weeks and when I finally got back home to Fermanagh and played it to the guys, it didn’t take long to shape up into a fully fledged pop punk anthem. As always with the Club, the lyrics tell a story. ‘My First Hate’ is a twisted tale of a childhood crush. A young misfit with designs … Continue reading

The Crackle & The Static: Part I ‘I’m Making A Monster, Baby’

Greetings, Gravediggers. Today, we’re going to talk about the lead track off our debut album ‘A Fate Worse Than Life’ and it’s relevance to the very existence of the Club. Monster is an important song, not only because it will be the first thing you hear when you push Play but because it inspired us to form Cadaver Club. That’s right, we had the song before the band! I was painting a portrait of one of my heroes, Jerry Only when some lyrics started forming in my mind. They were taking some dark turns and corners and I went with … Continue reading