100%, 2 FINGERS IN THE AIR... HORROR PUNK DEATH ROCK!
Misfits tribute/worship if you feel like it.
And up from the depths of "Zombie Lake" with an all out invasion of about a dozen classic Misfits songs 1977-1983 ONLY!
With new and original songs in the works.
We came from outer space and we will conquer the world!
It started out as a twisted dream...HaHaHa!
Back in 1998 i was finishing with a band i had started, looking to form something that i found difficult to in the past. A Horror based Punk Rock band, a dark but SK8 Rock influenced sound.
Placed an AD in a local record shop, got a few bites...The original Night of the Ghouls was then born.
Back then, we played almost everywhere for a punk band to play in this city. Over that year differences i guess, took over. Our drummer got booted out for bullshit reasons, I ended up getting fired outta' my own band if you can believe that haha. The guitarist re-formed NOTG immediately with all new members for a short lived existence...from what i heard back then it sounded like shit haha.
A DIY demo CD floats around somewhere on Earth i believe, and i recently stumbled across a few old shitty rehearsal tapes in my collection, got some LIVE video footage in my possession as well.
This time nearly 13 years later, we are now a four piece as the original Ghouls were a three piece. A good friend had agreed to temporally front with vocals in the mean time as i searched for an appropriate.
So ya' better believe we're gonna' bring it, and unleash the nightmare terror of our Death Rock noise on this screaming world...
Looking to play our first gig on October of this year 2011, At a little hole in the wall venue called "The 460", coincidentally days before Halloween and two days after the Misfits play here again! And not to mention one day before one of my legendary Halloween bashes.
Misfits, Samhain, Danzig, Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, Circle Jerks, Discharge, The Undead, Septic Death, Christ on Parade, The Accused, Gang Green, Poison Idea, Exploited...
I think you get the idea.
1987 Ibanez "Spider Queen" electric bass, Dean Markley Skullbusters strings, Fender Bassman amp.
Interview completed by "Creepy Ghoul" Aug 2011
FAN PAGE: http://www.facebook.com/NOTG666