Sounds Like: Misfits, Blitzkid, CALABRESE, Stellar Corpses, Murderdolls
Manager: Van Heller
Bio: the B Movie Monsters, est. 2007 ...playing small shows around their hometown, they quickly built a name for themselves. with the help of the internet and their first ep. "some things are better left undead" the monsters signed with snohomish, WA based label ROBOT MONSTER. the indie label released...See Full Bio
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“These monsters have been kicking around for a while, and with every release they get a little bit better. A little tighter, a little nastier, and a lot more fun. Well, on 1313, the band has carved up quite an appetizing dinner for us. Standouts like ‘Plan 9’, and ‘Mrs. Voorhees’ boast some fun samples, and a whole lot of rolling, punching horrorpunk goodness. The reverb-drenched vocals and rotator-cuff ripping guitar riffs bounce off the walls and go straight for the throat. And ‘Santa Carla’… this is how you write a boogie-infused vamp-track. The standout stack on this one though, may have to be ‘Lets kill The Prom Queen’. Aside from being based around one of my all-time favorite forgotten slashers ‘Prom Night 2: Hello Mary Lou’, and even utilizing a pretty rad sample, the song has a killer chorus, and a really searing melody. All in all, I'm happy with these deadly ghouls and their particular brand of gnarled stomping horrorpunk. Easily one of the con”