The majority of their lyrical content deals with themes of and. Stop Getting Alerts Spooky kitch pop from a top Liverpool band. Archived from on 2 August 2008. Nobody likes you when your dead. Since the early years of their formation, the band established a strong B-Movie informed horror theme recalling the early efforts of and. After 175m go straight over the traffic lights at the corner of Russell Square, then after 90m turn right into Bedford Way. Due to their apparent obsession with B Movies and black humour their fanbase extends to the gothic rock, deathrock and psychobilly scenes.
The whole band revolves around the lead singer Zombina, who looks like she was born to be on stage and scream her heart out. Did you know them before? Doc Horror is also a vital member of the band because he writes all the lyrics; the two of them also have another band with Ben Indigo, Zombina and the Skeletones drummer. The band was largely in hiatus during 2012, performing only one show supporting the Primitives. You can get it at www. Biography Zombina and the Skeletones are a horror punk band from Liverpool, England, formed in 1998 around the nucleus of vocalist Zombina and songwriter Doc Horror. .
Zombina is the cutest, sexiest, hardest, most monstrous bundle of performance since sweet Gene Vincent. Playlist samples powered by the awesome Videos provided by All event data and news is © Skiddle Ltd. Anybody who might want to give us a show, please get in touch with Chris at ectoplasticrecords hotmail. They have also played the British four times, first in 2004 and most recently in 2013. Both bands created by Doc and Zombina remind of the early Misfits and The Cramps, and the music is a mix of horror punk and death rock.
Login to our free to update these details. Archived from on 10 August 2008. Songs such as 'You Can't Break A Dead Girl's Heart' and 'Nobody Likes You When You're Dead ' firmly established the record as thirty minutes of some of the most infectious, brilliant, and outright fun garage pop songs you could ever hope to hear. The majority of their tongue in cheek lyrical content deals with themes of horror and science fiction, yet their musical style is upbeat and pop oriented, with elements of garage punk, doo wop and hard rock. On leaving the station in Bernard Street, cross over the road and turn left.
John's Centre, Liverpool or St. Do you like Zombina and the Skeletones? Amberg, Bayern 29 Oct 2008 20:00 Arena + Blitzkid + The Other + Der Fluch Wien 30 Oct 2008 20:00 Kantine + Blitzkid + The Other + Der Fluch Augsburg 31 Oct 2008 20:00 Underground + Blitzkid + The Other + Der Fluch Cologne 1 Nov 2008 20:00 Moonlight Mayhem Festival + Karloff + Evil Devil + More. Ann's Square, Manchester Or if you want to avoid the booking fees you can buy direct from Roadkill 32 Hope Street, Liverpool or Probe Records Slater Street, Liverpool. I might just have to see if I can get up there for that : Will definitely try to check them out in London, too. Tickets and reservations: Rebecca Mordan on 0753 050 8940 or becca scarylittlegirls. The new band is called White Blacula and it was formed in 2013 and of course the horror theme remains, but the music is quite different: lots of sax, slow tunes, ghastly whispers and less punk fast beats.
That's about all for now - be good to yourselves, and each other! Has anyone heard of them? Doors open at 7pm, and tickets cost £5 plus booking fee in advance from: www. They first started a band called The Deformed, with which they produced a demo tape that contained some of the greates Zombina and The Skeletones successes Braindead and Leave my Brain Alone for a start. Due to their apparent obsession with and , their fanbase extends to the , and scenes. . . . .
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