Deadhouse Interview: Black Cat Attack

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As a Canadian who loves horrorpunk, there sadly isn’t much of a scene for a guy like me to take part in. For the most part the only great band in the genre up here in the Great White North is Black Cat Attack. But BCA is more than just a band waving the flag of horrorpunk, they are damned near responsible for keeping the scene alive. Through their relentless touring of both Canada and the US, the band has made friends with many other acts, and through that they have brought many great bands up for Canadian tours that would otherwise never even consider touring up here. Bands such as The Jasons, Children Of October and Darrow Chemical Company have all made their presence felt on Canadian tours with BCA. On a personal note, I was able to see BCA when they came to town along with Darrow Chemical Company, and I can safely say it was one of the most fun nights I’ve ever had.

As the band prepares to unleash their new album Edraculation upon the world I was able to talk with the band a little bit. As for Edraculation itself, you can expect a review early next week here on The Deadhouse!

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Stereo Terror: HorrorHound Presents It’s Only A Movie

Release Year
2016

Track Listing
1) HorrorHound – It’s Only A Movie
2) The Creepshow – People Are Strange
3) Argyle Goolsby – Save Me Tonight
4) For The Wolf – He’s Back (The Man Behind The Mask)
5) Stellar Corpses – Power Of The Night
6) The Big Bad – Red Right Hand
7) Dead Dick Hammer – Life At Last
8) Shadow Windhawk – Stigmata Martyr
9) The Heathens – Burn
10) Black Cat Attack – Partytime
11) Psycho Charger – Pet Sematary
12) Harley Poe – NewBorn
13) Mister Monster – Looking For The Magic
14) The Heathens – Hellraiser

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They’re aLive! – Darrow Chemical Company & Black Cat Attack


Myself (I’m the goof with my eyes closed) with both Darrow Chemical Company & Black Cat Attack

Date
August 13, 2015

Venue
Call The Office (London, Ontario, Canada)

Lineup
The Burnouts
Thirty Helens
Darrow Chemical Company
Black Cat Attack

Welcome fiends and ghouls everywhere to the first (hopefully of many in the future) edition of They’re aLive here on The Deadhouse! This is our first Live Concert review ever, so the format may change as it evolves.
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