Sunday, October 29, 2006


It´s almost Halloween so I thought I would give you ghouls an early treat, interview with the lead singer of the Finnish postpunk/deathrock band Suruaika. Let´s see what Matthew had to say...

Hello Matthew, how are you doing?

- I´m fine, thank you. Sitting at home listening to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
after visiting the library.

I heard that Suruaika is taking a break, reasons behind this decision?

- To be honest, I got sick with the whole fucking thing by the time we were doing the shows for our latest album
early this year. Sure we had a blast with Varjo and so on, but I felt that something was just wrong.
Hard to say what exactly, it´s been and gone now. This is just my personal opinion.

As a band though, we felt that we had a good reason to take a break after Pexte left.
It would have been a pain in the ass to start looking for a drummer right after that so why not take a little breather
while we´re at it? The Lumous Gothic Festival gig we played with Ykä (Knuuttila, Shadowplay, ex-Musta Paraati)
was cool though, it would have been stupid to turn down playing there! And yes, we had a great time that weekend.

Suruaika was formed in 1997 and I assume that the road has been long and rocky, best and worst memories?

- Yeah, it´s been a long road! Some of the best memories for me have been playing some amazing shows
during the last few years and working with Ykä, who I mentioned earlier.
Also meeting Glenn Danzig and giving him our CD was pretty cool.
Too bad it was our debut which we´re not too proud of but hey, it´s the thought that counts!

Some of the worst memories have been the countless line-up changes and certain _very_ traumatizing road trips.
Everything happens for a reason so I try not to dwell on the bad things which are in the end outweighed by the good ones.

Your latest release "Pelkäämme vain toisiamme" was released couple of months ago,
are you pleased with result?

- It´s a good album but to be honest, I don´t listen to our own records that much.
I already know how the songs go so I concentrate on writing new stuff.
I like the album musically a lot but it doesn´t take a rocket scientist to figure out that most of the lyrics are about
me being sick and tired of being in a band...

On "Nimesi jää elämään" EP there is a Danzig cover song, how and why did you
end up doing a cover of this song?

- Before recording "Pelkäämme vain toisiamme" we went into the studio to record a few covers just to remind us
what studio work is like incase we´d forgotten. The two other tracks were Killing Joke and Ratsia covers.
The whole session was fun to do.

Wasn´t that song supposed to be on a Glenn Danzig tribute CD?

- Yes, there was talk about that. After thinking about it for awhile we decided to put it on the EP instead
because we thought it would be easier for our fans to get it that way.
Haven´t heard the tribute album, is it released?

Leaving Danzig behind, personally speaking, who are your biggest influences?

- Besides the obvious ones (Killing Joke, Joy Division etc.) and all the Finnish postpunk bands of the early 80s
I´d have to say two britpop bands, Suede and Pulp, among tons of others.
In the last couple of years one of my biggest influences has been Michael Gira (Swans, Angels Of Light)
who´s music changed a lot of things for me last year.

I listen to a lot of different stuff, always have done, and enjoy broadening my musical tastes.

Following the previous question, since "Tales" is very horror oriented, favourite horror movies?

- The best horror movies of the recent years (you all know the classics) in my opinion are 28 Days Later
and surprisingly the remake of Dawn Of The Dead. You can´t go wrong with angry dead flesh!
I also liked Creep which had the same guy who played Ian Curtis in 24 Hour Party People as the monster.
The Exorcism Of Emily Rose made me afraid of the dark for a week.

My LEAST favourite horrorflicks of the last few years are Land Of The Dead (Romero really fucked that one up)
and each and every film where the scariest thing in the world is supposed to be a black-haired little girl
stuck in a hole or something. Ha!

Back to Suruaika, what can we expect next?

- We agreed that we´d start rehearsing again in january 2007.
We still don´t have a new drummer but we´ll cross that bridge when the time comes.
I´ve been writing new songs during the last few months that sound quite different
but still have the kind of "Suruaika vibe" to them.
I won´t tell what direction they´ll take but what I can tell you is that we´re NOT gonna "go metal"
or start lip-synching EBM stuff. You can trust us on that!

Little about touring, tell us your dream team, favourite bands to tour with?

- Pretty much any cool band that has our friends in the line-up.
It would also be cool to support bands like Killing Joke if they ever bother to return to Finland.
The main thing I dream about when it comes to gigging (we´ve never done a proper tour) is to get paid each time,
have a clean minibus and a place to sleep at night after drinking our beers.

Once again, thanks alot for the interview, as usual, last words are yours.

- Thanks you for the interview and many thanks to our fans for supporting us during the years.
I hope our next releases and gigs will be worth the wait!

*Pictures taken by Veli-Matti Rintala

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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

From beyond the Grave comes... The Rezurex

This was made with Daniel deLeon, the lead singer of Rezurex.

Hell-o, how are things at the moment?

- Good now that i arrivied in Europe!
I am at the airport drinking some blood. no,
i mean beer, ha ha!

Tell us briefly about your band Rezurex

- Rezurex started in 2002 with original band members, Jeff Roffredo, James Meza, Troy Russel, and me, Daniel deLeon.
We are all from the Los Angeles area. I live in Hollywood.

Musically speaking, who are your biggest influences?

- My biggest influences are Cramps, Damned, David Bowie, Billy Idol, Stray Cats and The Doors.
I enjoz many styles of music.
I first learned of music from my parents who listened to 1950´s Rock and Roll.

From what I´ve understood, you run the Fiend Fest in the states, tell us more about this.

- It is no longer called , the fiendfest. that is because the misfits threatened to sue us
for using the name of their fiendfest the put on every once in a while.
we now have a better name, "Living Dead Fest".
The first one will be in Hollywood on Jan 13th 2007 featuring bands from Fiendforce Records.
The line up now is, Rezurex, Nim Vind, The Other, Stellar Corpses, Order of the Fly and More than Never.
This is a good mix of horror punk and psychobilly!

Rezurex is signed with the German based Fiendforce records, how did you end up with them?

- I have know Thorsten from Fiendforce for a few years already.
He went to see Rezurex on our first tour to Europe about 2 years ago.
As soon as we finished our set, he immediatly asked us to be on his label.
I could not refuse because i liked him as a friend and had trust in his label.
Fiendforce has done a great job promoting us and glad we sighed with them!

On your debut album "Beyond the Grave" you have both English and Spanish(Dia De los muertos and Nueva Vida) lyrics,
story behind this?

- We all live in Los Angeles and most of the people here speak spanish.
Also, my family is from Mexico and Spain. So basicly the language has been part of my life.
It is funny because here we also mix english and spanish, as a joke we call it Spanglish.

More about your debut, was it a hard project and are you satisfied with the result?

- No it was not a hard project, because we had the songs ready to record a year before.
the only hard part was to fund the recording. i am happy with the results!
Now we have enough material for 2 more albulms, but we need funding for that, too.

You made a video of the song "Devil woman from outer space" and it´s very fiftees and old horror movie style,
who directed it and it must have been fun to do?

- That was a fun to film! We filmed it in Malibu, CA. That day was in the middle of winter,
but the temperature was 80 degrees farenhiet. HOT!
We had Sparky from Demented Are Go guest star in it along with
Emily Marilyn as Devil Woman.
Also, the car you see belongs to Troy.

Special treat for the Finnish fiends, Rezurex is coming to Finland with Blitzkid in November,
are you looking forward touring in Europe?

- I have been looking forward to this more than any tour!!
It will be our first time in Finland, so i hope we can scare you enough.

About touring in general, what is the best and worst thing about it?

- Best is meeting new friends, having a good time, and seeing the world. Worst is when you come home.

Following the third question, other influences besides music? I always ask about favourite horror movies
so let´s start with that.

- My favorite horror is classic Frankenstien, Dracula.
But i really enjoy horror comedy, like Dead Alive, Return of the Living Dead, Frankenhooker.
I also star in one of those movies called, Day Of The Dead Part 2.
Next year i am supposed to be in a movie called, Frankenpunk. I will be Frankenpunk, ha ha!

Ok this is about it, fangs for having the time to answer to my questions, looking forward seeing you play live
in Finland, the final words are yours!

- THanks! And i am looking forward to visit all of you from Beyond The Grave....

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Sunday, October 22, 2006

The Spookshow - Psychosexual Chapter 2

The Spookshow
Album: Psychosexual Chapter 2
Label: Crypt of Blood Records
Release date: November 1st 2006
Producer: Jonas Kjellgren. Black Lounge Studio

The Spookshow is and old new friend, coming from the graveyards and swamps of Sweden.
Psychosexual Chapter 2 is the second part of the trilogy, and every one of these
suckers have been released near Halloween time, so how ghoulish is that?

The album itself is a groovy mix between punk-rock and poppish tunes,
lyrically it´s pure horror, a b-movie marathron with pretty girls getting sliced and diced,
ghouls, demons and zombies lurking in every corner.

Tracks like "Baby Baby Baby", "Talk About The Living Dead" and "Sleep with the dead"
will keep every horrorfan satisfied and begging for more.
Go get this album... you won´t regret it!

"I can bring flowers to your grave, I can but I Won´t"

I can but I won´t
All I want is to poke your eyes out
Baby Baby Baby
Carry me Home
Talk about the living dead
Follow me Darkness
We Are Bleeding
Here comes the Zombies
Love Them Young
Angel without Wings
So Lonely I could Die
Sleep with the Dead

Read the interview with The Spookshow we did earlier! HERE

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Thursday, October 19, 2006

Club Bonga Bonga returns! Proudly presents: THE MUTANTS

Ok finnish fiends, leave your coffins and join the party!
Club Bonga Bonga returns with a vengeance !
And brings you... from the sewers... THE MUTANTS!
+ DJ Tweedle Dee
Be there or be very afraid! Muhahaha!

Club Bonga Bonga at Lepakkomies
Helsinginkatu 1

Friday, October 13, 2006

Gathering the body parts with FRANKENSTEIN

This interview is made with Dave Grave,

Ghoulish evening, how are you doing?

- Bigger than life, and twice as ugly!

So what is Frankenstein doing at the moment?

- Working on material for the second album,
and trying to coordinate shows around
everybody's schedules. Stevyn has an
upcoming tour with The Last Dance,
and Mr. Jeremy may be going on
the road with 45 Grave, both in October.
It makes things a bit more complicated,
and can be a little frustrating, but that's the price
you pay when you believe in supporting your scene

You got back from Black Lung tour, how did that went?

- Even better than the first tour (which was great)!
This time, I fractured my elbow and tore a muscle
in my leg in Prague, the 4th show of the tour,
and everyone in the band got sick with
some kind of lung infection,
but we didn't cancel a single show, and managed to spread
our disease throughout Europe!
The audiences were great, we sold out of CDs and t-shirts in Vienna,
and had to have friends bring out more to Italy.
Just before the last show, in Turin, some half-wit slammed
the backstage door into my arm, and re-fractured my elbow!
Incredibly painful, but nothing can stop the monster,
and we gave them a show! I'd call that a pretty good tour!

Frankenstein is quite unknown here in Finland, how would you label your music to strangers of your music?

- The less Finland knows about Frankenstein, the better for Finland!
Seriously, though...Frankenstein has successfully avoided
being pinned down under any one specific label.
We attract a mixed crowd of mostly Horror Punk and Psychobilly types.
Goths seem to be intimidated by us...One particular Goth label
(whom I will not embarrass by naming)
claimed we were "too heavy" for them. I've always
just referred to our sound as "Swamp and Grind",
and let the audience figure it out for themselves.

Biggest influences musically and literally?

- Various 60s garage bands, Alice Cooper and Iggy (of course!),
personal experiences during the evolution
of the early Punk and Death Rock scenes...
Bands like The Screamers, Residents,
Cramps, Birthday Party, and Foetus all widened
my horizons to some extent. I grew up on a steady diet of
horror movies, late-night rock and roll radio,
and a fascination with the darker aspects of human history.
In the end, nothing is as dark, bizarre, and twisted,
as the real-life horrors that mankind creates for
itself. All very inspiring.

Frankenstein has been around for along time, shortly tell us best experiences so far?

- With the old 1990-92 line-up, there was the time
we played "A Day For Human Rights", and at the party
afterwards there was an armed standoff with 2 carloads of gangsters,
or the show where almost the entire audience was tripping on LSD.
In '96 we met Ike Turner after a show at the Whisky-A-Go-Go,
and he came to our next show, the following weekend (even took us out to breakfast!).
Other best experiences would be working with my good friend,
former guitarist Rev. Whitey Peckawood, hearing
Frankenstein played on a jukebox and the radio for the first time,
working in the studio with William Faith,
getting the current line-up together,
releasing the album, playing Las Vegas, touring Europe,
having our album and t-shirts included in a traveling exhibit
of the impact of the Frankenstein character on pop culture,
and being included in Tim Rochels' book, "Schwarze Szene".

You released your debut through Fiendforce, are you happy with them so far?

- I've been told that both the CD and 12-inch green vinyl
versions of our album,
"An Ugly Display Of Self-Preservation"
are in their second pressings, so I have no complaints.
Fiend Force's chief fiend, Thorsten,
did a lot of promotion for the album's release and our 2004 tour...
magazine ads,posters, etc. Fiend Force has grown since then,
and now includes Nim Vind, Shadow Reichenstein,
and Crimson Ghost, not to mention Thorsten's own band, The Other
( I hear they may have recently signed TheResurrex).
The bands' overlapping tours this last spring spread the promotion a little thin,
but Thorsten wiselychose Motherdance Productions
to keep things running smoothly on the road (Special Thanks to Delores Lokas!),
and the local club promoters
(with only a couple of exceptions) did more than their share promoting the
shows. We've done well with Fiend
Force, and I'm looking forward to having them release our next album!

You were touring in Europe, was it a good experience?

- Let's see...We arrived to a bomb threat at Frankfurt Airport,
played the Fiend Fest in Solingen, partied with's Pam and Marika in Prague, and I "Tea-Bagged"
the audience at the Whitby Goth Weekend!
There was our sobering visit to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp,
Heilbrunn's Stereo Total club (and the
beautiful Frau Klaudia!), the Terra Gotha festival, playing Nurnberg's Z-Bau,
5 or 6 encores in Vienna, reuniting with old friends in Italy
(and working with Alphonzo and Alberto in Napoli), my
after-tour visit to Amsterdam's
Vrolik Museum (an outstanding collection of human heads, parts, and malformed
children in jars!), all the great shows in between,
and all the great people we met along the way...
Yes, I'd say that touring Europe was a good experience.

Apathy Sucks 7" was just re-released, are you planning to release more old stuff?

- On "Ugly Display" we included the hidden 14th track "City Of People",
from the same 1996 session as the
Apathy Sucks track,"Bad Dog Blues". There are a few other tracks from that
session, as well as some earlier recordings, that I've thought about releasing.
I recently secured copyright to a number of "lost" recordings of my
earlier bands Zombie Legion (1979-81) and
the original Voodoo Church (1981-82).
A few CD copies were handed out during the Black Lung tour.
They may be released as limited editions
sometime next year on the Meathouse
Audiografik label, and a website history of both bands is going online this
winter. The former bassist for Voodoo
Church, Tina Winter, started using the name again in 2001, and has been
spreading all kinds of bullshit trying
to erase the true history of the band. She's even tried to trademark the name,
and has claimed "There are no
recordings of Dave with Voodoo Church", but the former guitarist for both bands
(and Tina's ex-husband), Rob
Reimer, recently admitted he destroyed the master tapes of the 1980 Zombie
Legion studio recordings, and
threatened to destroy the master recordings of our 1981 Voodoo Church studio
sessions as well. But this isn't the place to get into it. If you're in need of a cheap laugh,
you can check out a preview webpage at

Gotta to ask about your bands name, Frankenstein obliviously comes from the character
from Mary Shelley´s novel. But what else does it mean to you? I´ve always thought I could be a metafor for
bunch of similar guys finding each other and noticing that together they make a perfect match and you
created this band, the monster of Frankenstein. Am I close or is it just my imagination?

- "Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus"...Great imagery and symbols! The
scientist and the monster
he created, the reanimation of dead flesh by high voltage, the perfect excuse to
stumble around onstage and
scream loudly at an audience! Since I started Frankenstein in 1985, the band has
gone through various line-ups,
sometimes falling apart as some limbs rotted off, only to rise again, back from
the dead and bigger than ever.
This time around I managed to stitch together some quality parts!

Following the question above, favourite horror movies?

- That's like asking which grains of sand in the desert are your favorites!
Of the old classics, "The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari", Murnau's "Nosferatu",
the old Universal Studios' Frankenstein films (obviously),
and Todd Browning's "Freaks".
There's the original version of "The Haunting" (best ghost film ever!),
Jacques Tournier's "Night Of The Demon", Mario Bava's "Black Sabbath",
Polanski's "Fearless Vampire Killers", Passolini's
"Salo", "Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things", "Living Dead" films,
"Texas Chainsaw Massacre" 1 and 2, Fulci's "Zombie", "Cemetery Man", "Ed Gein"
...there are too many to mention!

Let´s go back to touring, any plans to visit Europe anytime soon? And please, come to Finland.

- I'm looking forward to touring Europe again, once the new album is finished,
hopefully before next summer. I'd like very much to come to Finland!
Any offers? I should warn you that, being half dead myself, while your
colder climate would keep me from decomposing any further, I would require
several beautiful Finnish girls to keep my blood warm and pumping. Any offers?
Any parts left over could be used to build a Franken-Finn!

About the present time, what does the future hold for Frankenstein?

- The new album, more stuff available from the website, another rampage
through Europe...If I told you any
more, I'd have to kill you!

I will leave the last words for you, thanks alot for the interview and good luck in the future!

- What good is being undead if you can't play live?

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Thursday, October 05, 2006

Track by Track with The Horrifics

Going beyond the covers, going deep into the process and diving in the world of horror lyrics

1.The Overlook

This track is actually a sample from an old record my wife has in her collection.
The original title was "the Whispering Foxtrot" and it originally came out in 1907.
We changed it up a bit and re-named it after the haunted hotel from the King movie "the Shining."
We actually took Mz.Gruesome's old record player into the studio, set up a mic and recorded it as it played
and then manipulated it later with the digital tools we had at our disposal.
The coolest part about this track to me is that it's over 100 years old.


This song lyrically was penned about a Japanese horror manga by the same name written by Junji Ito.
"Uzumaki" translates from Japanese loosely as "whirlpool" or "spiral."
It's about a small town in Japan that becomes morbidly obsessed with the spiral pattern and all of the dark consequences that
spawn from their obsession. There's also a really good movie adaptation that came out not too long ago.
Creepy as HELL! Alot like a more demented Tim Burton flick. I stongly urge folks to go check it out for themselves.

3.That Which Lurks

The music was written by Wretched before the HORRiFiCS formed for his previous band with PHiBES and RiCTUS, the Blue.
If I remember correctly all I did was change the composition a bit and re-write the lyrics to be about
the early 70's Marvel Comics' horror character the Man-Thing. A sad, shambling swamp creature who instills fear into everyone it touches.
The way that character looks was always cool to me when I was a kid and always stuck in my mind.
The title was a nod to horror writer H.P.Lovecraft.

4.Forever the Night

Yet another song about an early 70's Marvel Comics' horror character.
This time the tortured soul that is the Ghost Rider.
My brother HELL Hound and I grew up reading the old issues about Johnny Blaze and his fall from grace.
Eventually becoming the flaming skull faced motor psycho nightmare.
Interestingly enough our father was in an outlaw biker gang in the 70's named the Ghost Riders so that kind of makes it a bit more personal
to me.

5.Under My Knife

The title is a funny play on the title of my favorite Rolling Stones song "Under My Thumb."
I always end up playing that song on old juke boxes long after I've gotten slobbering drunk at whatever beer joint I've ended up at.
Our tune is about the legendary Haddonfield killer Michael Myers from the "Halloween" movie series.

6.This Hungry Suffering

We wrote this song in like 10-15 minutes.
Wretched was sitting by himself while the other guys were outside on a smoke break at practice one day plunking out this somber,
sad sounding bass riff and it just got my mind to working. The title is a referance to a line out of the Samhain song "the Birthing."
When it was written I was about to take off to get married to Mz.Gruesome so I wrote the lyrics about our love transcending the grave.

7.In Dark Descent

I wrote the lyrics to this song about the religeous figure Lillith.
Adam's first wife before Eve, Lillith left Adam and the Garden of Eden to spawn with demons.
She is the mother of abominations. Credited in ancient times with crib death. At the end of this song we are invoking Lillith's secret name-Lamashtu Strix.

8.Do You Remember Hate?!

This is an old song originally written by my first band EERiE Ln. Musically written by EERiE Ln. original guitarist Von Creepy,
arranged by me. One day I got to thinking about Jesus and Dracula so I wrote a the lyrics as a comparison of the 2 iconic figures.

9.SCAREcrow Fields

This one is hard to explain. It's gone through alot of changes over the years.
Originally written as a blues ditty for EERiE Ln. but although we recorded a version of it we never released it.
A few lyrical changes, a complete musical overhaul, and 2 bands later here it is.
Lyrically written about the lonely life of a scarecrow strapped to a pole alone in a huge corn field.
The title is taken from a stage of an old Playstation video game I love called "Medevil."
If you're a gaming nerd like me there's also references to "Street Fighter" and "Dark Stalkers" found in the chorus.
See if you can figure them out. A bit slow for me to really get into live but the recorded version is one of my favorite tracks
we did for the album as it gave me the chance to actually sing and we sunk alot of atmosphere into it.

10.GO! GO! Godzilla

Self explanatory. I like giant radioactive lizards hell bent on the destruction of man. :)

11.HELL-O Mary Lou

An old EERiE Ln. tune originally recorded for the "BLiXX" album.
It's about the 80's b-movie "Hello Mary Lou:Prom Night 2." This version actually has MAD Mike GHOUL from Cali horror punks Plan 9
playing the drums.

12.Target Earth

Named after an old Sega Genesis video game, I later found out that there's an old black and white sci-fi flick by the same name.
About little green men vaporizing the un-suspecting people of the Earth with their death rays.

13.DEAD Kidz

The last EERiE Ln. tune to end up on the album. This is actually the first song I ever had a part in writing on guitar
and the first original EERiE Ln. song ever written.
I wrote the verse riffs and got the lyrics written and arranged and then Von Creepy came up with the catchy chorus riff.
Originally titled "Dead Kids In Black." It was written about us as kids and now it's more about the kids who come to the HORRiFiCS' shows.

14.Fury of the Goat-Man

This one is a crowd favorite. Fast and furious. This song, as short as it may be, took us forever to finish.
It's about a local Ft.Worth Texas urban legend.
Supposedly there's a half-man half-goat creature that roams the wood surrounding Lake Worth who likes to jack with the kids
who end up out there knecking and what not.
Known to fling tires at cars on the lonely back roads and to jump on the hoods of parked cars when people are making out.
He's been spotted several times over the years since the original sighting in the early 70's
and has ended up in local papers more then a few times. A crypto-zoological mystery.
No one know were he came from or were he hides by day light.

15.R.I.P.(Ripped In Pieces)

This a loose re-working of another un-released song from EERiE Ln.
About the cannibal killer family from the "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" movie series. Dog will hunt.


The title has been floating around for years.
I wrote this lyrically about the creepy Count Orlock as portrayed by Max Screck in the classic vampire movie "Nosferatu."

17.The Overlook Reprise

Another sample from the "Whispering Foxtrot."
A fitting end to an album about the macabre and mysterious working of the dark side of things.
I thought it book ended "Now FEAR THis" rather nicely.

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The Horrifics - now FEAR this

The Horrifics
Now FEAR This!
Label: 1031 Records

They come from the deserted ghost town in Texax and Horrorpunk is the name of the game.
They´re fast, cruel and awesome! Steady package of dark rock n roll.
Things lurking in the shadows, and under your bed.
It´s everything you´ve always wanted from this genre.
For a debut album it´s very mature and well done, production is just right,
the sound of the band knocks the smelly soxs off your feet.

With songs like "SCAREcrow fields",
"Go! Go! Godzilla" and "Shadowcaster" you just can´t go wrong.

Imagine those old horror comics
and horror movies and spice it up with Charles Manson kind of madness,
these things compained and you get The Horrifics,
first class horror music. If you don´t still own this album,
order it now!

-Track Listing-
1.The Overlook
3.That Which Lurks
4.Forever the Night
5.Under My Knife
6.This Hungry Suffering
7.In Dark Descent
8.Do You Remember Hate?!
9.SCAREcrow Fields
10.GO! GO! Godzilla
11.HELL-O Mary Lou
12.Target Earth
13.DEAD Kidz
14.Fury of the Goat-Man
15.R.I.P.(Ripped In Pieces)
17.The Overlook Reprise

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