Superhorror - Hit Mania Death ; Album Review
A little back story to Superhorror from the bands Facebook Page:
2005. October 31st. Four guys, members of a band called Morphina, are driving through the woods of Desperation City, towards a dirty pub where they were supposed to play for an Halloween party.The four guys never reached their destination, their car crashed misteriously, and their bodies had never been found…Instead of them, four fresh dead corpses reached the pub, they called themselves Superhorrorfuck…December 2009. A police sergeant who was still investigating on the Morphina’s case misteriously disappeares himself…Some days later Superhorrorfuck present their fifth member, Sgt.Anubis...2013 After eight years of disgusting live shows and two albums released, Superhorrorfuck conquered the complete control upon their dead bodies, but something unexpected is waiting for them…Voices, pictures, memories of their previous lives start screaming inside their heads, the five guys realize that the bodies they’re hauting don’t belong to them but they are only dead shells where emotions and memories of the previous owners are still alive,and so they begin a terrible inner battle…Only two of them win this battle against these “ante-mortem pictures”: indeed, Paghalloween. Littlebomb and Sgt.Anubis decide to return to their previous lives, exorcizing the evil souls who were hunting them, and Dr.Freak & Mr.4 begin immediatly a gruesome process of new members enrolement, through blood, death and strange demonic rituals…Once again Superhorrorfuck rise from the grave, even dirtier, naughtier and horny than before, with a new album “Death Becomes Us”, and a new line-up, Edward J. Freak, Mr.4, Didi Bukz,Franky Voltage, are ready to spread the Word of Horrorchy on the stages all over the world, and, of course, in your best nightmares…2016 - New name, new sound and another resurrection for the band!
Photo by Ilenia Arangiaro
I have to say I've always loved bands that seem to fall into the Murderdolls/Wednesday 13/Misfits genre. Superhorror being no exception. Their brand of death flavored punk-boogie metal just hits the spot. The album itself is murderous anthem after anthem and blood drenched hook after hook. If you are even remotely into the whole horror punk scene then here is the album that is going to slice its way straight through your heart and serve it up as a nice tasty snack.
How can you not have fun with tracks like 'Nazi Nuns From Outer Space' 'Nice to Meat You', and 'Nekro-Nekro Gym'. Great ghouly fun for everyone!
Edward J. Freak - Frontman
Mr.4 - Bass
Didi Bukz - Guitar & Kazoo
Franky Voltage - Drums |