01. Black Wedding
02. Backstage Pass To Hell
03. Moon Chaser
05. Where Do Monsters Go
06. Dead Girls Don't Cry
07. What's On Your Neighbors BBQ
08. I'm A ShockStar
10. A Stone With Your/My Name
11. Dead MoonWalking
12. World Of Dust
13. Dead By Dawn
Dead Girls Don't Cry
Over the past 13 years their sinister sound has crept into the nightmares of psychobilly fans worldwide. With the release of "Return Of the Loving Dead" ( debut U.S. release), Nekromantix captured the ears & hearts of the punk rockers, alternative, goth and beyond...
NEKROMANTIX philosophy: have fun and hold nothing sacred. Says Nekroman, "We're kind of going back to the roots, just being teenagers again and not thinking too much about what we're doing. I'm not taking myself so serious, life or death or anything, because it's all about having a good time."
Dead Girls Don't Cry
Thanks - Tim Armstrong, Patricia, Anna, Wasted James (A big thanx for drumming for Nekromantix on tour), FB, Retardo, Lars Frederiksen, Chris LaSalle, Stormy, Jeppe, Jens, Bo Willy, Acuna family, Zombie Wrecking Crew. John Silas Cranfield, Ken Eisenagel, Jeff King, Matt Freeman, Rancid, Alex (merchbeeatch), Vanessa (merchbabe). Starvey. Vintage C. Gloria & Fernando, Angel, Gueysted Jeff, Fergus, Benjamin & Soegaard, Fred Hell, everybody at hellcat/epitaph, Galien Kruger, Jason/King doublebass, Psychobilly-online.net, Marja, Trashy McFear, Devilish, Sara Lind, Lobo Negro, Black Rose Phantoms.
All songs by: Gaarde/Sandorff/Sandorff, c 2004 Nekromantix Music (ASCAP). Administered by Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP).
Recorded and mixed at Steakhouse Studio North Hollywood
Engineered by john Silas Cranfield. Assistance & additional engineering
Ken Eisenagel. Additional backup vocals recorded by Benjamin Hammerum & Henrik Soegaard at Bernies Bloody BarberShop, Copenhagen
Mastered by the King himself/Jeff King at Threshold Sound & Vision, West Los Angeles.
Photo's: Bo Willy Zachariasen & Eri Shibata
Artwork & Layout by Nekroman†
C & P 2004 Hellcat Records. HELLCAT RECORDS 2798 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026 www.hell-cat.com Manufactured and Distributed by Epitaph.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.
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US Rel. Date: 04/27/2004
EU Rel. Date: 04/26/2004
"What does it matter if you wear the right gear and turn out to be a fool?" Nekromantix's ridiculously coifed upright bassist/singer Kim Nekroman belts out, just after a Dani Filth-worthy screech, as his band blaze through a 1950s date with Motorhead on "Black Wedding." While the band's second full-length, Dead Girls Don't Cry, also dips into downright classy moments ("Backstage Pass To Hell" and "Ghoulina" come to mind), it never forsakes its dark vision, attitude or sincere passion. Dead Girls remains fresh, invigorating and sure to reanimate the corpses of any jaded record store browser burned out on the latest quick fix.
Average Fan Rating: 4.00