The Deadhouse has always had its main focus on horrorpunk and horror movies since the beginning. While these two mediums always have some crossover, never is it more evident than with Ari Lehman. As both an actor and musician, Lehman has attacked the genre from both angles with success. It’s actually becoming a point to be more familiar with Lehman for his musical endeavors more so than his brief exploits in Crystal Lake.
Given the cross audience that is shared between The Deadhouse and Lehman‘s projects, it seemed like a no brainer that our paths would eventually cross. So without further a due, the newest Deadhouse Interview with the one and only, Ari Lehman!
It’s certainly been a turbulent year for Silent Horror. Resurfacing last year with ex-Blitzkid bassist/vocalist Argyle Goolsby, the band released a self-titled album made up of previous material with the new line-up (you can check out our Stereo Terror review here). This line-up was not long for the world and soon enough the band would be unveiling another line-up change, and unleashing three brand new songs to go with it. Now featuring longstanding members Brandall Rector on drums & backing vocals and Brent Hajny on guitars and backing vocals, the band also welcomed back original member Matt Kerley into the fold, handling bass duties, and finally new member Austin Price as lead vocalist. I’ve been lucky enough to speak with Brandall regarding the new songs they have put together and will be appearing on a forthcoming full-length album. Check after the break for his thoughts on the songs, as well as the songs themselves!
2001, Republished in E-Book Format in 2012
1) Transylvania Fight Song
2) Machete A Go Go
3) Burning Revenge
4) Killer Klowns
5) Invisible Man
6) From Beyond
8) Ramones Zombie Massacre
9) The Last Man On Earth
10) Forbidden Planet
11) Night Of The Creeps
12) Halloween Night
13) Prom Night
14) Mars Attacks
I only discovered By The Graveyard Tree a few months ago, but between their awesome EP Souls (Stereo Terror review here) and becoming social media friends with the majority of the band, they are so infectious and awesome that you cannot help but love them and their music. When I realized that it had been awhile since the last Deadhouse Interview I decided to make the offer to front woman of the band Natasha Feratu for an interview, which was quickly accepted and then just as quickly turned into a full band interview! So without further a due, let’s get to the interview with the amazing By The Graveyard Tree!
1) I’m Gonna Call It (The Hard Open)
3) Some Things Aren’t Meant To Dream / Fears And Mirrors
4) Your Love Is My Nightmare Part 1 – Dead!
5) Your Love Is My Nightmare Part 2 – Die!